Engel & Völkers Mallorca North – villas, houses, apartments and plots
Your local real estate experts in property sales and holiday rentals
Engel & Völkers north Mallorca with shops in Pollensa, Puerto Pollensa and Puerto Alcudia
Mediating in the selling, buying and rental of beautiful properties throughout the north of Mallorca. Our specialist areas include the exclusive Formentor beach, the popular Port of Pollensa, the wonderful old towns of Pollensa and Alcudia, the fabulous Port of Alcudia, and all along the north coast to the fantastic beach of Son Serra de Marina, and inland we reach as far as the pretty village of Campanet, and the more traditional towns of Muro and Santa Margalida.
Listings for sale include water front villas, town houses, farmhouses, country and mountain homes, and apartment in all price brackets. Come along and enjoy an exceptional service and expect the professional support of a longstanding agent specialising only in the north of Mallorca.
Pollensa is a beautiful, old town with a lively cosmopolitan character. It is a modern host and a romantic retreat at any time of year with the traditions of Mallorca still very much alive. Visitors and locals enjoy a great selection of eateries, boutiques, history, art and craft and the main square offers a beautiful venue to relax and where business and pleasure rub shoulders on a daily basis.
Puerto Pollensa retains a magical unruffled, leisurely atmosphere reminiscent of bygone days when it was just a small fishing port. Today it is a popular family resort with something for everyone. The renowned Pine Walk is a pretty promenade lined with restaurants and small-scale accommodation overlooking the sandy beaches and blue sea.
Formentor an exclusive rugged and wild headland sheltering a stunning beach with crystal waters. Home to the rich and famous in the few prestigious villas dotted along the headland, and includes the emblematic Hotel Formentor host to the privileged and very important.
Cala San Vicente is a long established resort of four small beaches in the middle of pinewoods protected by rugged cliffs, with calm emerald green waters.
Alcudia old town, a beautifully cared for town within ancient Moorish fort walls, with a rich history and fascinating traces of past civilizations. Once the site of the Roman capital city Pollentia and where today remains of the city can still be viewed, Alcudia is also home to the smallest Roman amphitheater in all of Spain, to the north of the wall is the bull ring. Narrow streets, enticing shops with traditional local fair, super restaurants / bars and many a square, a twice weekly market and traffic free center give everyone plenty of reasons for enjoying this very special town.
The coast to the north of the town, is a staggeringly beautiful peninsula, the landscape dominated by sea, mountains and Pine woods. Small coves dot the coastline unknown to the masses and enjoyed by those clever enough to discover them. Cool, clean waters and views right across the bay to Formentor and the Port of Pollensa. Snorkeling, diving, kayaking and sailing are some of the favourite summer sports in the area, and in the winter it is a breathtaking landscape for walking, hiking and cycling.
The Port of Alcudia has an fantastic white sandy beach, safe shallow waters and a lively nautical character. Revel on one of the longest stretches of beach in Europe (8.5 km) clean sand, pine trees and brilliant waters, also one of the safest bays in Europe naturally protected due to its wonderful horseshoe shape. Fantastic nautical facilities, marina services and watersports catering for every waterborne need. Just five minutes from the Port is the world class golf club of Alcanada overlooking the sea and promising an unforgettable game, and a delicious venue for lunch or dinner. Alcanada is a small coastal settlement with a small natural beach, shaded by Pines. Again be delighted by the views, the light, the colours, the smells……. As the sun dips behind the mountains the Port of Alcudia begins to bustle, on the water front a decorated array of restaurants, buskers, craft stalls, and bars keep old and young entertained on warm summer evenings. And winter, equally as magical is for you to discover…