A beautifully restored 17th century farmhouse situated in the heart of its own 50 acre estate in the beautiful Soller Valley on Mallorca’s spectacular west coast. The house is built around a cobblestone courtyard and has a wealth of original features which have been sympathetically presented and combined with modern comforts. A truly special villa rental retreat to unwind at any time of the year.
The spacious villa can host up to 8 guests, and unlike the sleeping situation on Love Island, there are 4 large en-suite bedrooms throughout the property, so you won’t have to bunk up next to all of your housemates, or sleep outside a la Jack.
The fabulous accommodation includes a sparkling blue pool which you’re sure to recognise from the show, it was after all the spot in which Jack realised his ex-girlfriend Ellie would be joining him in the villa. The property also features a spacious outdoor terrace (which has been privy to many scandalous Love Island chats), beautiful landscaped garden, and a BBQ area for dining al fresco.
While you don’t see much of the villa’s interior on the show, indoors you will find a bright and airy lounge with mood lighting and a gas flame fire, perfect if you too are hoping to ignite a romantic spark in the villa – if only someone had told unlucky in love Dr Alex.
The designer kitchen features all of the cooking amenities you could need, and the property is artistic and modern in its décor throughout.
The master bedroom upstairs also has a twin balcony offering a scenic view over the property and the surrounding greenery. The villa is privately located in a secluded location but is within easy access of the stunning nearby beaches.
For an extra splash of luxury, you can also add on a private chef, a concierge, and spa treatments, plus plenty of other special touches.
This spectacular property is an ideal choice for an incredible holiday with friends, and don’t worry we won’t be sending in any unexpected visitors to spoil your fun.
And yes, we did change the sheets since that raunchy lot left!
The villa costs from £4,572 per week and we still have availability for this summer. So if you think Casa Amor is your type on paper, you can book your Love Island stay with us by sending an enquiry online.
So you’ve decided on a location and you’ve finally got everyone to agree on a date (completing that task in itself usually deserves a holiday!), now it’s time to decide how to make your celebratory get -together so spectacular that your fellow celebrators will be celebrating your own organising brilliance for years to come!
Every now and then, we all have something to celebrate, whether it’s a wedding, anniversary, birthday or other special event – and when you do, wouldn’t you prefer a more sophisticated alternative to the usual party at home, work or local hotel? Continue reading →
The largest of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean, Mallorca remains popular with millions of holidaymakers seeking sunny beaches, awe-inspiring landscapes and delicious food. Villa Retreats maintain many villas from which these attractions can be enjoyed, and these villas can provide even greater value than usual this summer, thanks to a range of exciting – but, we stress, limited – offers.
If this news has piqued your interest, then consider the huge discounts that we are offering for one of our luxury villas in Mallorca that overlooks the Cala in Deia. From this stone house of modern build, you are merely a short walk away from a beach cove and fish restaurants. Book any July or August stay in this villa, and you will weekly pay £1,250 less than the usual online price.
There’s an even larger discount for rental of a week-long stay in this rural retreat near Campanet in the north of the island. You can look forward to high quality furnishing and fitting here, and also a 25% discount provided that your booked arrival at the villa will be on 22 August.
Large group? We have the perfect deal for you…
We are also offering a 25% discount for this villa at Andratx Portals. The offer is certainly worth considering if you want to take a large group with you to Mallorca’s south-western coast for a stay lasting from 22 August until 5 September, as the retreat has seven bedrooms and affords sumptuous views of the sea and mountains from its hill location.
Let’s imagine that you are looking to book an opulent stay in one of the most desirable areas of the Algarve, Mallorca, Menorca or Andalucia. Not only do you expect your rented villa to be in the best possible location while embodying the ultimate in character, style and comfort, but you are also seeking the highest standard of customer service from whichever luxury villa rentals company you book with.
Ah, Mallorca. From its stunning landscape vistas to its rich heritage, this Mediterranean paradise really has it all. But once you’re done soaking up that glorious sun and seeing all the sights the island has to offer, you may start craving a little adventure. After all, holidays are all about new experiences, and Mallorca offers that in spades. Follow in the footsteps of these great adventurers, and see Mallorca from a new angle with our handy guide.
Get your heart racing as you take a dive off the edge of Mallorca’s rugged, coastal cliffs. There’s nothing so nerve-shredding as the apparent free-fall before making a splash into the island’s clear blue waters. A highly trained instructor can help you master your technique and ensure that you’re only jumping from safe heights. Even with the right precautions, cliff jumping definitely isn’t for the faint of heart!
If you’re seeing Mallorca from a whole new angle, rock climbing is where it’s at. Those rugged cliffs aren’t just for jumping off; if you’re feeling seriously adventurous and have a head for heights you can ascend tons of Mallorca’s many outstanding cliffs and mountains, which are tailor-made for rock climbing. Just strap on those harnesses, and show the world what you’re made of. And once you make it to the top, there’s a breath-taking view just waiting for you to enjoy.
There is another way to discover Mallorca; Caving. Leave those show caves for the everyday tourists and journey deep into the bowels of the real Mallorca. Beneath the island are a network of awesomely sculpted caves which have been around for a millennia. And they’re just waiting for you to start climbing, crawling and exploring. From the narrow trails to the vast, you’ll want to see it and experience it to believe it.
If you want to seriously get the adrenaline pumping, you’ll want to try canyoning. Mallorca is, after all, home to some of the best canyons in the world, including Sa Fosca, which means ‘Darkness’, it’s the grandest canyon of them all. Canyoning is the king of adventure sports, as you hike over the mountainous landscape, leap through rock chutes, swim across deep-water gullies and abseil down waterfalls as you descend the canyon trail.