In the serene hills just outside laidback Deià, this 1980s stone house has glorious views over the tree-studded Tramuntana range and the sparkling Mediterranean. Loll about inside and out, there’s a comfy well-furnished sitting room, a kitchen with space for everyone to cook, as well as two large shady terraces, a palm-fringed garden and a big pool for splashing around.
It’s an easy 2km stroll into Deià; once a hideaway for The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and David Bowie, it exudes a bohemian air. Packed with shops, cafés and restaurants, you can swim and snorkel in a stunning hidden cove and hang out at Sa Fonda, a hip bar renowned for late nights and live music.
Hike the vast Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, spend the day in lively Palma, discover ravishing sandy beaches. Return for a glass of Vinho Verde, a BBQ on the terrace and deep sleeps in super-comfy bedrooms; plus there’s a guest house for four in the grounds.