Mallorca

Those of us who desire to spend time or make a home or investment in the warmer climes of Southern Europe have a wish list which determines our location.

The wish list is most importantly governed by

Ease and economy of travel
Culture
Beauty
Ease of property ownership
Security of investment
Climate
Length of season
Diversity of interests
Personal security

Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands, has a vibrant economy and sophisticated first world infrastructure. The island has a varied topography of mountains, lowland plains, white sand beaches, spectacular cliff tops and miles of secret coves.

Palma is a cosmopolitan and historic cultural centre to compete with the best of mainland Europe’s cities.

The Island enjoys long hot summers and short temperate winters. Short winter breaks are increasingly popular effectively creating a year round season

Mallorca is well recognised as the Mediterranean capital of sailing and the marina facilities are world renown. With 21 golf courses the Island is a premier destination for enthusiasts.

There is a huge diversity of property styles from ancient castles, fincas and country estates to spectacular frontline villas and apartments.