1st Jan – 31st March 2015 – £560 per week / £100 per night | 1st April – 31st May 2015 – £700 per week / £150 per night
1st June – 30th Sept 2015 – £1000 per week / £200 per night | 1st Oct – 20th Dec 2015 – £700 per week / £150 per night
Xmas & New Year – £800 per week / £175 per night
A beautifully refurbished apartment based in the delightful Palma Old Town with the added bonus of outdoor space and Jacuzzi.
- Central Palma location.
- This apartment has rare outdoor space considering it's location in Oldtown Palma. It is also south facing.
- Sunbeds Jacuzzi and a barbecue are all provided. (Towels for the Jacuzzi are NOT supplied)
- Palma beach is just a 10 minute walk away. It is a one minute walk to Plaza Court where you will find the famous 1000 year old Olive Tree and two minutes walk to Plaza Mayor Square, also minutes walk to the Cathedral
- The setting cannot be better. The street runs parallel with Passeig des Born which is the most exclusive shopping street in Palma.
- The apartment is a stone’s throw from La Llonja which is where most of the best tapas restaurants in Palma are.
- 1 Bedroom plus a double sofa bed so the apartment can sleep up to 4 people.
- Air-conditioning, WiFi, Freeview English TV, DVD player and video player.
- Washing machine, dishwasher, microwave.
- Surrounded by Cafes, Restaurants, Tapas Bars & designer shops.
- Every cobblestone road leads to Palace courtyards & fine art galleries.
- Recently re-furbished to high Mallorcan style.
Majorca, or Mallorca is an island located in the Mediterranean Sea. It is the largest island in the Balearic Islands archipelago, in Spain. The capital of the island, Palma, is also the capital of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands.
Located on the south coast of Mallorca, Palma also forms an important holiday resort and commercial port. Palma offers the island's best choice of hotels, restaurants and widest choice of entertainment.
Despite having become a modern, vibrant city, Palma has managed to retain its Old Town along with the ancient culture and charm of bygone days.
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