Villa Sa Quntar occupies an enviable location: high in the seclusion of the Tramuntana Mountains, yet just a stone’s throw from the beautiful village of Deia. This exclusive villa has six bedrooms, 28 acres of land and an infinity pool that melts into the Mediterranean Sea below.
To reach the villa from Palma de Mallorca airport, it’s less than hour’s drive north into the spectacular Tramuntana Mountains. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the mountain range has lots of well-marked hiking and cycling trails, tempting visitors to explore the unique landscape. Just a few minutes’ drive away is the magical village of Deia. This coastal settlement has been charming artists and creatives for decades, and it’s easy to see why. It’s a beautiful village, with bougainvillea and jasmine covering old stone houses, and it has a fantastic selection of restaurants and bars. From here, it’s just a 30-minute stroll down to Cala Deia, a small shingle beach with two restaurants serving the catch of the day.
This attractive property is built in the traditional farmhouse style but with a host of pleasing modern touches, including huge floor to ceiling windows, Bose and Sonos sound systems, and WiFi. Six beautifully-appointed double bedrooms all have en suite shower rooms and air conditioning, and four have a private terrace or balcony. The large, elegant living room boasts an extensive library and a self-playing piano, and the lower ground floor houses a well-equipped gym. There are several terraces where guests can soak up the sun, relax in the shade, or enjoy an al fresco meal with stunning sea views by the heated infinity pool.
This luxury villa rental includes housekeeping for four hours each day and on-call house manager, available throughout your stay to arrange any extras you may desire, from a privately-hosted dinner to a visit from a spa therapist or yoga teacher.
Villa Sa Quntar is a wonderfully romantic location for a couples’ holiday in Majorca. Guests will enjoy the stunning scenery of the surrounding landscape, and the alluring atmosphere of nearby Deia.