Villa Las Palmeras enjoys one of the best locations to be had in the pretty, tranquil resort of Binibeca. If you really dawdle it might take you as long as a five-minute walk before you can feel the sand between your toes down on the lovely family beach. Seven minutes stroll will take you to the nearest supermarket and a choice of bars and restaurants.
The villa is located on a large corner plot set slightly back from the main coast road and boasts a 7x10m private pool (1.9m depth) with both roman step and ladder access, as well as a poolside shower, set in lovely mature gardens screened from the road by thick hedging. The pool area is ample and offers a shady covered terrace with dining table and food prep area, close to the brick-built barbecue.
Inside, the two-storey villa accommodation comprises:
- An air-conditioned master double bedroom
- Three air-conditioned twin bedrooms
- Three shower rooms
- Spacious living room with comfortable seating, TV (mainly local channels), wifi internet, small dining table and French doors to upper terrace
- Large kitchen with oven/hob, fridge/freezer, microwave oven, coffee maker and separate dining/breakfast area
- Spacious upper terrace with comfortable seats and dining areas
Though a car is not a necessity here, there is off-road parking should you want it.
Touristic licence number HT045ME
Binibeca is one of the most popular family resorts on Menorca’s south-east coast (the other being nearby Punta Prima) and, thanks to the lack of hotels and apartment complexes, it has a very ‘residential’ feel and a lot of villa accommodation along the coastal road and back up into the gentle hills behind. Binibeca beach is situated towards the eastern end of the resort and is a lovely sandy spot for families, with safe bathing for small ones, sunbeds for hire and a charming beach bar. At the furthest east of Binibeca is Cala Torret, a small village of whitewashed cottages surrounding the rocky coast and a popular boating slipway. There is a supermarket, a lovely café-cum-bakery and a number of bars and restaurants including Bar Paupa, right at the water’s edge. There’s a children’s playground here also, and a busy dive centre, and there are tennis courts nearby. If you walk westwards from Cala Torret, past the beach, you will come across a few distractions in the form of bars and restaurants, and a supermarket, before reaching the Binibeca Vell end of town, where you will find the ‘fishermen’s village’, built nearly 50 years ago, with its narrow, winding streets, whitewashed homes, supermarket and several lively bars and restaurants. From Cala Torret to Binibeca Vell is approximately 1.5km, or a gentle 15-minute stroll along the relatively level coastal road. There is a ‘road train’ during the summer months which plies between Binibeca and Punta Prima, and there is a regular bus service between the resort and the nearby towns of Sant Lluis and Mahon
- up to 13 June£1989Rental price per week
- 14-27 June£2599Rental price per week
- 28 June-18 July£3299Rental price per week
- 19 July-22 August£4199Rental price per week
- 23-29 August£2689Rental price
- 30 Aug-12 Sept£2025Rental price
- 13 Sept on£1989Rental price per week
Prices quoted above are per property per week (seven nights) for up to 8 occupants. They include all cleaning and villa preparation costs, bed linens and bath towels and, for rentals of 14 nights and beyond, an interim clean and linen change