Mallorca continues to be a focal point in the Mediterranean for investors, offering sophisticated infrastructure, superb facilities, beautiful landscape, easy access, a wonderful climate and an authentic Mediterranean lifestyle which is hard to beat. The upbeat sales performance has continued with a 28% sales increase in 2014 attracting a wide variety of buyers from all across Europe and now further afield. The prediction for this year is that investors will continue to come into the market taking advantage of the new Spanish tax breaks for foreign investors, the improved conditions offered by the banks and the stable market conditions before prices increase.
Mallorca’s varied landscape of mountains, beaches and rural plains defines each area with their own character providing enormous contrast and variety. Palma is Mallorca’s historic and elegant capital city where approximately 60% of the island’s population live offering a sophisticated and multicultural year round lifestyle and it’s only a 10 minute drive away from the international airport. On the city’s outskirts, the exclusive residential area of Son Vida offers spectacular views across Palma, is surrounded by three golf courses and within easy access of all facilities and international schools. The island’s popular South West region extending to Puerto Andratx features beautiful coastline and some of the island’s most famous resorts contrasting with authentic Mallorcan mountain villages. It attracts visitors and international residents with excellent sports facilities including golf courses and super yacht marinas, schools and all the amenities for year round living.Along the rugged West coast you will find some of the island’s most famous villages of Deià and Valldemossa winding around the coast to the picturesque Port Soller and the historic town of Soller connected by an ancient tram.
This area is abundant with orange and lemon groves and ancient stone wall terraces with olive trees. Central rural Mallorca is dotted with authentic Mallorcan villages against the dramatic backdrop of the Sierra Tramuntana (now a UNESCO world heritage site) the landscape is dominated by fields of almond, olive and carob trees and is famous for its wine growing. The excellent transport system provides fast access to Palma and the airport.
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