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This extraordinary region of Mallorca has now become one of the most desirable areas of the island to own a dream home. The southwest provides modern infrastructure for year-round living, top sports facilities, beautiful beaches and landscapes, traditional villages and an authentic Mediterranean lifestyle to enjoy the island’s warm and sunny climate.
The location of Cap Adriano is ideal for anyone who enjoys the great outdoors. There’s a multitude of sports you can practise on your doorstep from sailing out of the neighbouring superyacht harbour of neighbouring Port Adriano, to playing golf on any one of the three top courses nearby or tennis at the championship courts, or escape to the mountains for hiking and cycling.
The island is a golfer’s paradise with a selection of 21 golf courses to choose from located in some of the most beautiful natural countryside or with mountain or sea views. Mallorca’s mild Mediterranean climate ensures that golfers can play all year round and enjoy the sunshine.
Mallorca is the leading destination in the Mediterranean for cyclists of all levels, including the top international teams that train on the island in the winter. Cyclists love the island’s excellent range of terrain from the challenging routes through the Sierra Tramuntana to the flat plains running through the centre of the island. In total, Mallorca has 1,600 km of secondary roads that are ideal for cyclists with 468 signed dedicated cycling routes.
The island has 554 km of spectacular coastline; from the rugged wild seascape of the west and northwest to the sandy beaches along the south and east of the island. Although you will have your favourites there are 222 beaches and coves to choose from and in Mallorca you are never too far from the sea!
Mallorca’s picturesque villages offer a glimpse into authentic local life and maintain the historic traditions and culture. The island’s spectacular landscapes range from its rural heartland running through the centre of the island to the dramatic Sierra Tramuntana now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Wherever you go on the island, you eat well! Ranging from the 9 Michelin starred restaurants to the traditional village restaurants in the mountains or beside the sea for paellas and fresh grilled fish to a wide variety of tapas bars and cafes. Explore the weekly markets in the villages and towns that sell top quality local produce with their colourful displays of seasonal fruits and vegetables bursting with flavour. Discover the island’s excellent wines with a visit to one of the bodegas.
Palma is regarded as one of the most elegant cities in the Mediterranean and offers the dedicated shopper a treasure trove of designer boutiques, high-end jewellery, quality shoe and leather shops, locally made fabrics and ceramics, together with two large department stores and many international high street brands.
Whether you seek relaxation in one of the well-equipped spa facilities, a professional beauty treatment, or personal guidance by your private fitness or yoga instructor, Mallorca's southwest region can provide for all your needs. It offers a versatile choice from fitness and health clubs to excellent specialised services and accredited experts making this the perfect area to care for your wellbeing.