Villa Rosa is a large detached villa situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in a residential area above Binibeca Playa, a short walk away from the beach and the shops, bars and restaurants of this pleasant south-east coast resort.
This villa has been equipped and furnished to a good standard and offers comfortable accommodation for up to eight in four bedrooms (two of which have ensuite bathrooms). All bedrooms are equipped with electric fans. There is a further complete family bathroom, separate living and dining rooms, and a fully equipped kitchen.
The villa is on a good-sized plot with well-maintained gardens, extensive terraces (both covered and open) and an 8×4 swimming pool with roman steps. The villa backs on to green belt countryside, and there are pleasant sea views from the terrace of the first floor master suite.
The property has wifi internet, a TV with IPTV channels and DVD player and, in the kitchen and utility areas, a washing machine, dishwasher, oven, hob, microwave and fridge-freezer.
Villa Rosa is an eco-friendly villa – all resort amenities are within walking distance and no hire car is necessary. The property does not have air-conditioning.
Touristic licence number ET1905ME
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
- Early season£1099up to 16 May, rental per week
- Mid season£127517 May-13 June, rental per week
- High season£178514 June-18 July, rental per week
- Peak season£203919 July-29 August, rental per week
- High season£178530 Aug-5 Sept
- Mid season£12756-26 Sept, rental per week
- Low season£109927 Sept on, rental 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