You can experience one of the best sunsets on the island from the terrace at Villa Vista Bou! This 3 bedroom property also has a spacious pool area for relaxing in the sun. Located in the family friendly resort of Son Bou, just 1 mile away, there's a good choice of shops, bars and restaurants for you to enjoy. The beautiful sandy beach is also close by, just a little further than the resort centre itself. A central cooling system in all bedrooms and lounge, plus WiFi are included.
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Swimming pool, pool terrace and sunbathing area
The private pool takes pride of place within the spacious tiled area. There is plenty of room for sun bathing whilst watching the activities in the pool. From here, 9 steps lead up to the covered terrace, which has a table and chairs, with the brick BBQ to one side. This is a splendid place for dining alfresco whilst enjoying the sunset .
A pool fence is available on request at an extra cost of £80.
There is space to park on the street at the front of the villa, with gates opening onto the front terrace leading to the entrance.
The lounge /dining room has some typical Menorcan touches with authentic wooden furniture and exposed beam ceiling. There's patio doors allowing the light to flow through the room as well as providing access to the covered terrace and pool area. This room has a home from home feel with the comfortable seating area, a flat screen TV, plus a dining table and chairs. The well-equipped kitchen is adjacent and has all the modern conveniences for an enjoyable stay.
Bedrooms and bathrooms
All the bedrooms are decorated in neutral tones and have ample storage space. There is 1 double bedroom, which has patio doors leading to the back of the villa, along with an en suite bathroom. You'll also find 2 twin bedrooms and a separate shower room.
Tourist Licence Registration: HT 242 ME.
Villa Vista Bou is located in the laid back area of Torre Soli, which is part of the popular resort of Son Bou. Being home to Menorca's longest beach, stretching for more than 1 mile, it's also a beach lover's haven, with natural sand dunes and crystal clear water - bliss! There's a few good-sized commercial centres offering a diverse choice of shops, bars and restaurants, just 10 minutes' drive downhill in the centre. Our Villas Hiedra and Camomila are close by.
Local markets and shopping
There is a large and well stocked mini market in the centre of Son Bou, along with many boutique style shops, which sell toys, leather goods, jewellery and other local crafts. In the nearby town of Ferreries there's a factory shop for one of the island's most famous upmarket leather shoes and goods manufacturer - Jaume Mascaro. If you venture further afield to the historic capital of Mahon there is a local market, which is held twice daily, as well as some traditional Menorcan shops.
Bars and restaurants
Son Bou is a well-developed area, which has many restaurants to choose from, ranging from British, Indian, Chinese and Mediterranean. There are also numerous bars with late opening and some have live music and discos, so have those dancing shoes ready. For a more cultural night out, why not venture to the Capital of Mahon, only 25 minutes' drive from Villa Vista Bou. The restaurants and bars by the port are an ideal place for taking in the atmosphere of the city whilst enjoying one of the many Spanish culinary delights
The beach at Son Bou is a favourite for families, with its long stretch of sand and crystal clear waters. There are sun beds and umbrellas for hire and 3 beach bars serving hot food, drinks and offer a take away service. If you choose to stay at Son Bou Beach until the evening you will get to experience the beautiful sunset.
There is plenty to do to keep all the family entertained. Set in dramatic scenery it is a nature lovers delight. There are some pristine landscapes to explore either on foot, horseback or mountain bike. For a fun day out why not try Lloc de Menorca Zoo in the nearby town of Alaior or the 2 water parks on the West Coast. For the adrenaline junkies, there is plenty of water sport to choose from at Son Bou Beach, ranging from Kayaking, water-skiing, banana boats, snorkelling and pedalos.
Places of interest
There are many places to visit on this delightful Balearic Island. A trip to the capital of Mahon on the East Coast of the island is worth a visit. Steeped in history , the narrow cobbled streets offer a taste of Spanish culture with cafes, shops and bars. Mahon Harbour is the second deepest natural harbour in the world and is a splendid place to sit and watch the boats come in and out. For the more active members of the family, Monte Toro is a must! It is the highest mountain in Menorca and has breathtaking views of the island, towards Majorca.
There is only one golf course in Menorca, which is located in Son Parc. There are 18 holes surrounded by pinewoods and it has a comfortable, narrow and flat layout. It also has a driving range with 18 bays, as well as an onsite bar and restaurant.
Every villa comes with its own manual, complete with details of the best restaurants, taxis, local amenities and activities. And of course, our reps are on hand to make sure you love your holiday more. If you need any advice or tips on the local area, they will be more than happy to help.
Menorca is definitely the place to be for anyone wanting to experience watersports on their villa holiday! Professional centres with modern teaching techniques and equipment to hire make it all so easy, even for beginners. Menorca's prevalent winds and summers breezes provide perfect conditions for windsurfing or sailing and diving is also very popular with a great deal of sea life and underwaters caves to be explored!|Some of the main beach resorts have windsurf boards and small sailing dinghys but Fornells, on the North coast of the island, in particular, is home to some of the best windsurfing and sailing facilities in Europe.
El Toro, at 360 metres above sea level, is the highest peak on Menorca. In the centre of the island it towers above the small town of Es Mercadal. Take the time to drive up the steep 3.2km climb to the summit and see the whole of the island spread out beneath you. There are sea views on all four sides and, on a clear day, the view stretches to the north coast of Mallorca. The mountain is crowned by a convent which has become an important centre of pilgrimage and the neat vegetable and herb gardens beneath the terraces are still tended to by the community of nuns who live there. Visit the tiny chapel or have lunch in the rustic café and browse around the shop, packed with souvenirs and local produce.
Lloc de Menorca Zoo, located on the main road from Mahon to Alaior, is sure to be a hit with the kids! The zoo has a range of creatures from farm animals to more exotic zoo animals and children will also be able to pet some of the farm animals. The zoo also has a small splash pool, 2 museums, a picnic area, snack bar and a gift shop.
There is only one golf course on the island, set amongst the pine trees in Son Parc, on the North coast. It has recently been extended from 9 holes to 18 and is open 365 days per year. There is an 18 bay floodlit driving range with the latest technology - Swingcam. Junior golfers are welcome if accompanied by an adult and the golf shop stocks equipment for purchase or hire for children of 5 years upwards. The dress code is lenient - shorts, t-shirts and trainers are acceptable but NOT sleeveless vests, swimwear, flipflops etc.If golf plays an important part of your holiday then it is wise to book in advance.http://www.golfsonparc.com/en