Ca Na Granada

£214  average per night

Ca Na Granada - Four Bedroom Villa, Sleeps 8

  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bed
  • 3 Bathroom
  • Private pool


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General information

  • Private pool
  • Internet access
  • Air conditioning
  • BBQ
  • Parking
  • DVD Player
  • Golf course nearby
  • Heated
  • Linens provided
  • Television

Kitchen and household

  • Coffee maker
  • Full kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator
  • Toaster
  • Washing machine



  • 3KM
  • > 5KM
  • 2.9KM
  • 2.9KM
  • 2.9KM


Welcome to this wonderful house in the countryside and discover the beauty and comfort that will make your holiday an unforgettable experience. This is a 2-storey house with 4 bedrooms (one on the first floor and three on the ground floor). There are three bedrooms with double beds and one with 2 single beds.Every room and detail is perfectly integrated in the house. Sit down and relax on the sofa in the living room where you will be able to read a good book, watch satellite TV and have a little nap. The house has central heating (gasoil). The kitchen is equipped with everything you might need during your holiday: toaster, blender, dishwasher, coffee machine, electric oven, gas stove, fridge, cutlery and a lot more. There is space to park your car at the patio. Furthermore, there is another kitchen with gas hob, situated in a separate building with BBQ by the pool. At the terrace, there is a big table with 8 chairs where you can organize summer dinners. Outside, you can swim in the 10 x 5 metre pool, sunbathe in one of the 8 lounges or enjoy a cocktail at sunset. Can Picafort and Capellans Beach is just a 5 minutes' drive. The fine grained beach is perfect for families or a long, romantic stroll. Lots of bars and restaurants offer Mediterranean cuisine and cocktails. Maybe you'd like to try a tasty Paella with sea views. Towards Alcúdia, you'll find Playa de Muro, a quiet and natural area with a white sand beach and cyrstalline waters. In Alcúdia old town or Pollença, visit the weekly market or walk around the cobbled streets. Heating has an additional cost. Please, contact the advertiser for more information.Distances: Airport Palma: 59 kmSupermarket (Can Picafort): 4,5 kmATM (Can Picafort): 4,5 kmHospital Inca: 25 kmTrain station Sa Pobla: 10 kmBars / Restaurants: 2.5 kmGolf Alcanada: 18 kmBeach Can Picafort / Capellans: 4,5 kmPuerto de Alcúdia (ferry): 13 kmTourist license: ETV/2639The Ecotasa (tourist tax) must be paid cash on site when checking in. The amount varies between 0.55€/night and guest during the low season and 2.2€/night and guest during the high season. The tax is reduced by half from the 9th day of your stay. All guests have to pay the Ecotasa, except people under 16 years. Guests will receive an email 7 days prior to arrival with mandatory general deposit payment information. The deposit is payable by credit card via a secure link within 24 hours after receiving the email. For more details, please contact the office using the information on the reservation confirmation received after booking.

Majorca, the largest island of the Balearic Islands, is reminiscent of seaside resorts, but there are many other ways to enjoy both the coast and the inland, especially in autumn and winter, when the masses of tourists have disappeared and the temperature is higher. is suitable for outdoor activities. You can explore the Tramuntana Mountains for a week on foot or by bicycle, which runs along the west of Mallorca. Or you can visit some of the wineries in the center of the island, where you can enjoy traditional local wines. You can also visit a farm by cycling or walking, where you can learn how to make the sobrasada or mallorquín pork sausage. Here you will find great places to eat. Mallorcan chefs prepare traditional recipes that are adapted to modern tastes. There are six Michelin star restaurants on the island. This renewed enthusiasm for the local cuisine is also evident in all restaurants in Mallorca. Even if you have been to the island several times, there is always more to discover, especially by exploring the lush inland and the spectacular coastline. Usually the beach holiday season starts in May and ends in October, but the island is also beautiful in spring when the almond trees are in bloom. Outside the hottest months of July and August, the Balearic Islands are ideal for an active holiday, with lots to see if you are interested in plants or birds, or if you want to discover the local culture. Although most beach resorts are closed during the winter months, Mallorca is an ideal location for a year-round holiday. If you want to do more than just lie on the beach, take advantage of the low winter prices and enjoy the taste of a real life in the Balearic Islands.

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