- 98 properties, from apartments to villas
- Golf courses galore
- Exclusive location
- Lovely climate
- Culture on the doorstep
- Fabulous scenery
- Beautiful beaches
- Great for walking
- Glorious gardens
Situated in the fashionable southwest corner of Majorca, La Reserva de Biniorella is an exclusive country club development covering over 88,000 square feet. Perched on a beautifully wooded hilltop overlooking the 'cala' – the small bay of Camp de Mar – the complex offers holidaymakers three pools, a leisure centre, bar, restaurant and of course the most enthralling Mediterranean views.
Though rightly renowned for the quality of its beaches, Majorca – the largest of the Mediterranean Balearic Islands – has much more to offer. It is a golfer's paradise and a great winter retreat too, offering music, theatre, galleries, museums, restaurants and shopping experiences to rival the mainland.
Of course, the climate is fantastic too. You’re practically guaranteed to have perfect weather during your trip, which isn’t something you can say for many holiday destinations!
Superbly located, La Reserva de Biniorella enjoys a beautiful backdrop of pine tree-studded mountains. Why stay anywhere else?
La Reserva de Biniorella is part of the Holiday Property Bond portfolio offering exclusive access to over 1,400 properties to its 41,000 investors ("Bondholders"). If you are not already a Bondholder and would like further details please see below.
Try your hand at sailing
If you wish to set sail while you’re in Majorca, then you’re in luck. Sailing is popular here and consequently there are plenty of companies that will rent you a boat or yacht for the day. This gives you an opportunity to view parts of the coast you wouldn’t otherwise get to see.
Alternatively, you can watch the experts race against each other in one of the many international regattas hosted here each year.
Take in some culture at Majorca’s many museums and art galleries
Head to the island’s capital, Palma, for a wealth of museums, art galleries and other cultural activities. The world-class exhibitions change regularly, and showcase the work of both new and renowned artists. There’s always something new to see and the cultural events held here attract arts lovers from all corners of the globe. They aren’t to be missed.
Bring home some local handicrafts
You can’t go home without bringing back a few souvenirs, and Majorca’s local markets are the place to find gifts for all the family, and yourself of course. You’ll get to see glass blowers and potters in action, and will have the chance to purchase leather products, fresh produce, clothes, household goods and much more.
Treat the kids to a day at the aquarium
Home to Europe’s deepest shark tank, Palma Aquarium really is one of the best. During your visit you’ll see more than 700 species of sea-dwelling creatures, from scary sharks to graceful sea turtles.
Alternatively, you could take the kids to Marineland in Magaluf, which has penguins, sea lions and various reptiles. While you’re in the area, why not spend the afternoon at Western Water Park? There are plenty of rides here for adrenaline junkies, as well as gentler ones for younger children.
Play a round of golf on one of Majorca’s first-class courses
There are more than 20 championship golf courses in Majorca, making it a paradise for those who love the sport. No matter how advanced you are at golf, there’s a suitable course to play through. With the Mediterranean Sea’s gentle, cool breezes and the hot sun shining on you, Majorca is the perfect place to play a spot of golf.
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