In the Southwest of Mallorca, the Santa Ponsa area has become the region with most transactions and highest turnover, making it a hot-spot for investment.
Alaró offers properties for those either seeking a rustic finca with land or a charming period townhouse.
Where to buy in Mallorca? If what you’re searching for is a home you’ll delight in visiting plus viable rental prospects, you could find exactly the right fit in sunny Port Sóller.
The property market in Port Andratx is synonymous with luxury in Mallorca. It signifies exclusivity and promises a good return on investment.
The property market in Puerto Pollensa is attractive to second-home buyers particularly in the cycling and sailing community.
Apart from its beauty, what puts property in Alcúdia ahead of the pack is its strategic position. Here you’ll find breathtaking views, calm warm waters and countryside to die for.
Will it be a rustic townhouse in the centre of Deià? Or buying a large estate with views overlooking Cala Deià? Find out all you need to know about buying a property in Deià!
Mandy Fletling, property expert for Mallorca’s central region, talks about living in the area of Alaró and what makes it so attractive.
In a luxury villa in Palma’s Son Vida neighbourhood, Engel & Völkers held a breakfast press event to launch their latest market report.
Cool townhouses, cute fishing cottages and luxury penthouses. Find out all you need to know about buying property in Sana Catalina.