A luxury villa in a fantastic location only 450m from the beach and 200m from the center of Santa Eulalia. The location couldn’t be better, within a quiet residential area and just a couple of minutes stroll from Santa Eulalia with its restaurants, shops and of course the beach!
The swimming pool is surrounded by lawns and terraces where there are sun loungers and parasols as well as a raised platform with a swinging chair for lounging in the sunshine. The fully enclosed gardens also include a wonderful covered terrace, with a dining table and chairs for eight/ten people, outside lighting for alfresco evenings and a gas BBQ.
Inside, the ground floor is open plan with high ceilings and a feeling of light and space throughout. There are large glass sliding doors opening onto the garden and the outdoor dining area, while the open stairs lead up to a galleried landing overlooking the lounge. There is also a guest WC.
The lounge is spacious, bright and beautifully styled. It includes a large comfortable sofa, a fireplace, flat screen smart TV (with Free View & Apple TV), DVD player, iPod docking station and CD player. The modern, fully fitted kitchen has been beautifully designed, furnished with white and stainless steel throughout.
This is an ideal spot to relax whilst also being close to everything that Santa Eulalia has to offer!
Tourist License: ETV-1807-E
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Things we love
"It goes without saying that the nightlife here is world renowned but there is so much more to this beautiful island than the clubs and DJs it has become famous for. We highly recommend a boat trip to the pretty and peaceful Formontera beach. With turquoise waters and soft, white sand, it is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the whole of Spain."
Things to be aware of
"Parking can be tricky when visiting the main towns. It is often easier to find a car park or parking space just outside the town and wander in on foot. Restaurants can be pricey too but it is well worth exploring eateries and bars away from the main streets which can be less expensive and more authentic."