MORE REA­SONS TO VISIT MAL­LORCA

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WHILE HE’S NOT RE­VAMP­ING TRANSAT­LANTIC TRAVEL AND TIN­KER­ING WITH SPACE TOURISM, Sir Richard Branson man­ages to find time ex­pand­ing his Vir­gin Lim­ited Edi­tion port­fo­lio. The pri­vately owned col­lec­tion of ho­tels and re­treats has now wel­comed the newly opened vil­las Sa Punta De S’Aguila and Sa Terra Rotja, sit­u­ated on the Son Bun­y­ola Es­tate on the is­land’s north­east coast, which dates back to the 1800s. Sur­rounded by vines, cit­rus fruit trees, al­mond and olive trees, the 700-acre es­tate has a com­mand­ing view of the Tra­muntana moun­tain range and is sur­round­ing by some of the most pic­turesque towns in all of Mal­lorca. Trans­lat­ing to “Ea­gle’s Point”, Sa Punta de S’Aguila is a five-bed­room villa de­signed in the tra­di­tional Mal­lor­can style, with ex­posed beam ceil­ings and ter­ra­cotta tiled floors. The ul­tra-pri­vate villa also has its own heated swim­ming pool, kitchen, liv­ing room and din­ing area, com­fort­ably sleep­ing 10 adults in five en-suite bed­rooms. Sa Terra Rotja (which trans­lates as “Red Earth”) is a pri­vate four-bed­room villa sit­u­ated near the edge of the es­tate and a short walk from a peb­ble beach. The slightly smaller op­tion sleeps eight adults in four en-suite bed­rooms, with am­ple ter­race space for out­door din­ing and epic sun­downer ses­sions.

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