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GATVAIRE in Alcudia

Obj.: BN1018012 | Spain, Alcudia

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This 80m2 apartment is located in Port of Alcudia, just 200 meters from the sea and can accommodate 5 people.In the exterior area you will find a terrace of 30 m2, equipped with table, chairs, barbecue and an awning that will allow them to spend special moments as, start the day with breakfast while admiring the view having the canal, relax while reading the newspapers or prepare a tasty barbecue.The interior of the house is composed of living room, kitchen, three bedrooms, a bathroom and a toilet.The living room, with exterior views, is furnished and equipped with air conditioning, wi-fi and comfortable sofas where you can relax watching TV or taking a nap.The kitchen is equipped with all the necessary utensils necessary to prepare the delicious dishes with complete comfort.All the bedrooms have outside views, are equipped with cupboards and the double bedrooms counts also with air conditioning. In the first double bedroom, there is a double bed and in the second one, there is a bunk bed. The third bedroom has a single bed. If you are traveling with a baby, we will be pleased to prepar a cot and a highchair without any cost.There is a toilet and a bathroom with shower and hairdryer. The laundry is independent and it you can find a washing machine, iron and ironing board.This property is located on the first floor without elevator.Puerto de Alcúdia, is an popular touristic area with all the services you may need during your stay: bars, restaurants, pubs, supermarkets, sports center, pharmacies, banks, beach, etc.During the summer, it is a lively areawith lot of entertainment, both night and day. If you wish, you can also enjoy water sports such as windsurfing, kitesurfing or jet skis. We recommend you to visit the Roman ruins and amphitheater located in the town of Alcudia. We also suggest you visit the temple "Calvari" in Pollença, where you can enjoy wonderful views of the town. This temple is situated on top of a hill and to reach it, you have to climb 365 steps, one for each day of the year.NOTE: The rent of this property is based on the Spanish legislation, specifically Law 29/1994 of 24 November on urban rentals, for which the property will be available for the seasonal use. This contract does not offer any kind of tourist services to the renter and only consists of the grant of use and enjoyment of property.NOTES:Pets are not allowed on the property.Events are not permitted on the property.Consult the advertiser for possible additional charges.DISTANCES:Beach: 0.2 km - Port d'AlcúdiaAirport: 62.4 km - PalmaGolf course: 5.5 km - AlcanadaTown: 3 km - AlcúdiaTrain station: 11.8 km - Sa PoblaBus stop: 0.23 km - Port d'AlcúdiaFerry: 4 km - Port d'AlcúdiaHospital: 2.4 km - Hospital General of MuroDamage deposit: 300.00EURElectricity (January - December): 0.25EUR/KW (mandatory) Mallorca, the largest island of the Balearic Islands, makes one think of beach resorts, but there are many other ways to enjoy both the coast and the inland - especially in autumn and winter, when the hoards of tourists are gone and the temperature is more suitable for outdoor activities. You can spend a week exploring the Tramuntana mountain range running along the west of Mallorca on foot or by bicycle. Or you can visit some of the wineries in the center of the island where you can enjoy traditional local wines. You can also visit a farm by cycling or hiking, where you can learn how to make the sobrasada or mallorquín pork sausage.
Here you'll find great places to eat. The Mallorcan chefs prepare traditional recipes adapted to the modern taste. There are six Michelin-starred restaurants on the island. This renewed enthusiasm for local cuisine is also evident in all the restaurants in Mallorca.
Even if you have been on the island several times, there is always more to discover, especially by exploring the lush inland countryside as well as the spectacular coastline.
Usually the beach holiday season begins in May and ends in October, but the island is also beautiful in spring when the almond trees are in bloom. Outside the hottest months of July and August, the Balearic Islands are perfect for active holidays, with plenty to see if you are interested in plants or birds, or if you want to discover the local culture.
While most beach resorts close in the winter months, Mallorca is an ideal location for a holiday year-round. If you want more to do than to just lie on the beach, take advantage of the low winter prices and enjoy the taste of a real life in the Balearic Islands.
airconditioning: Yes
television: Yes
terrace: Yes
barbecue: Yes
internetconnection: Yes
washingmachine: Yes
beach: Yes


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