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Welcome to Son Bunyola on the picturesque Spanish island of Mallorca. Sir Richard Branson’s favourite Mallorcan retreat, the vast estate on includes three luxury villas available for exclusive hire Sa Punta S’Aguila, Sa Terra Rotja and Son Balagueret, set amidst 680 acres of stunning landscape. With five and four bedrooms, these villas are currently available to book for says of 7 nights.
Terracing surrounds the manor house with vines, citrus fruit trees, almonds and hundreds of olive trees, producing much of the olive oil used in the dishes created by Son Bunyola’s culinary team.
World Heritage Site
The Son Bunyola estate is part of a World Heritage site and is home to many olive and almond trees as well as grape vines. Due to its position located on a mountain range parallel to the north-west coastline, centuries of agricultural activity have transformed the landscape with terraces and inter-connected water ways. This spectacular setting is definitely one of the most prized aspects of the estate and is something the team are happy to protect and enhance. The north-west coast has local rocky beaches. If you are looking for sandy beaches, head to the south-east side of the Island.
Son Bunyola really is a year round destination. Each villa can be hired for exclusive use from April through to October. July and August are typically the hottest months on the island with temperatures reaching 30°C. However, even during the winter months, the temperature in Mallorca rarely drops below 15°C and from February onwards you will get the sunny fresh days with very little rain.
This is your home away from home so you can be as informal or formal as you like! Your summer attire will depend on what kind of activities you have planned. Make use of the pool and pack your swimwear, or if you go on a walk then don’t forget to pack a good pair of trainers, a sunhat, sunglasses and plenty of sunscreen too! Spring (April and May) and autumn (September and October) are cooler months, so clever layering is the key to dressing for changeable weather.