Bunyola lies just to the south of the Soller pass, north of Palma, Making getting to and from the airport (or Palma) very easy. The villa is to the south of the town, in a residential district; because walking into town isn’t possible, we give you all seven nights evening meal here. Of our five villas, this is the only one where you can’t walk to the square to have a beer (though of course we can keep the fridge in the villa full for you!).
The villa is set around a courtyard, has a walled, gated garden with a pool, and has a large garage for secure bicycle storage. There are five bedrooms: two with double beds; one with 2 single and two with 3 singles; so the villa sleeps 10 (or 12 if you have two couples sharing double beds). There are 4 bathrooms.
Bunyola has a good claim to being one of the best places to base yourself for cycling on the island. Both ends of the mountains are accessible within reasonable length rides, so if you want to explore both ends of the island, then Bunyola (or perhaps Alaro) is the place to be. The charming cliff-top Deia and Valldemossa are within easy reach; the Soller Pass and Orient Loop are right on your doorstep. And of course being on the southern edge of the mountains, the flat roads of the centre of the island are accessible from Bunyola any day you want to take it easier. Being a little further west above Palma, there’s less variety of flat roads than one can reach from Alaro, Selva or Campanet, so Bunyola best suites a group who know they want to be in the hills over half the time.
Take a look at The Orient Loop route.
There is no set change over day for this villa – so we might be able to arrange for you to arrive and leave on the day of the week that suits you. If you want to stay longer or shorter than 7 days we might be able to do this on a pro-rata basis.
£800 pppw half-board (with all 7 evening meals catered in the villa).
Minimum occupancy is 8