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Son Bunyola


Things to do at Son Bunyola

Most of our guests are here for some serious relaxation, and if you’re looking for a peaceful location there’s nowhere better suited! That doesn’t mean you can’t be more active should you choose...

Spa Treatments

If you would like a spa treatment during your stay please ask a member of the team who will be happy to provide a spa treatment list. Spa treatments are subject to availability and an additional cost will be applied.

Get active

Take a dip in your private heated pool just steps away from your villa. Our pools are heated (as and when necessary) and have steps into pool, temperature can reach 29/30 degrees.

Play a spot of tennis on the nearby court (racquets and balls provided). The tennis court is shared by all three villas.

Settled within the beautiful Mallorcan mountainous landscape, the area is perfect for hiking expeditions. Take a walk around the estate which is 3km × 5km in size, or head straight down to the coast walk which starts from a pebble beach. The walk between the two villas is approximately 40 minutes. If you want to go further afield, the nearest town is Banyalbufar and is approximately a 30 minute walk from Sa Punta de S'Aguila or an hour walk along the beach front from Sa Terra Rotja. Hiking expeditions can also be arranged.

Cycling excursions to explore Mallorca can be arranged during your stay. Cycling equipment is organised with a cycle hire company so please let us know in advance if you would like to do this so we can get everything organised.

There are over 20 golf courses on the island, many of which are of a high standard; we can help with green reservations should you wish to visit one.

During a holiday on a beautiful Spanish island, it would be wrong not to experience a sailing trip on the tranquil Mediterranean waters. We can help organise sailing trips during your stay so simply speak to the team on arrival.

Canoeing and Kayak Tours
If you are looking for a more energetic way to explore the ocean waters, we can organise local canoeing and kayak tours. Speak to the team on arrival to find out more details.

Deep Sea Fishing
If you are staying in Mallorca, one of the perfect things to do is to organise a spot of deep sea fishing. With the clear Mediterranean waters, the area truly is perfect for sailing and fishing.

Please be aware additional fees do apply for some activities. Speak to our team on arrival for further details and how to book.

Explore Mallorca

By car, it is well worth exploring the surrounding area of Mallorca with its beautiful scenery and many charming villages. You will find art galleries, museums, shops, restaurants and beaches only a short distance away.

Sometimes when you are visiting a new place for the first it is difficult to know where to go. Here are some of our recommendations for towns to explore:

Banyalbufar - this is the closest town to Son Bunyola (about a 15 minute drive away) and is where most guests will have lunch or dinner at least once.

Valldemossa - is one of the prettiest villages in Mallorca, it's picturesque streets are sprinkled with shops, art galleries, cafes and restaurants - ideal for a romantic meal.

Soller - Popular with day trippers who arrive on the vintage train from Palma, Soller is known as ‘valley of oranges’ for its abundant citrus groves. Take a seat in one of the many cafes in the main square and enjoy a coffee.

Esporles - guests are likely to drive through Esporles on the way to Son Bunyola which is a 20 minutes drive from the estate.

Deia - this town is definitely worth a visit either for lunch or dinner. Deia is a beautiful, traditional Mallorcan town 40 minutes from Son Bunyola with great restaurants and small shops.

Cala Deia Beach - this traditional cove like beach rose to fame after featuring in the BBC drama ‘The Night Manager’ in 2016. With great local restaurants serving local fish and cuisine at good prices this is a perfect place to stop for an evening meal.

Andratx - this Southeastern town with its quaint rambling streets, rustic heritage and modern art galleries. Port Andratx is located a little further on from the town and features a working fishing port where you can sit outside one of the many cafés and bars watching the bustle of daily maritime life.

Palma - the capital of Mallorca is where you will find great international shops and boutiques. The waterfront Cathedral and the old town are a key feature to the city and worth a visit. Palma is where there is more nightlife, clubs and bars and is approximately a 45 minute drive from Son Bunyola.