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Property GuidePalma de Mallorca

Properties for sale in Palma de Mallorca including properties for sale in Palma, Portixol, Santa Catalina, Son Vida and Genova

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The best areas to buy a property in Palma de Mallorca

The region has an area of about 151.7 km2 and a population of 24.000 habitants distributed in three small towns: PollensaPort de Pollensa,AlcudiaPlaya de MuroFormentor & Cala Vicente

Ever since the English Poet and author Robert Graves made the place famous, Deià has acted as a magnet for writers, artists and musicians from around the world. Even though Deià has a justifiably renowned reputation internationally, the small town still chugs along witrh a peaceful, extremely laid-back creative vibe.

The most important areas in Palma de Mallorca where to buy a property

The city offers a variety of districts and properties. The architecture of some buildings in the prestigious Old Town (Casc Antic) and Santa Catalina is simply stunning and unique, these are currently the most charming and trendy areas to buy a property in the Balearic capital.  Organised walking tours offer the opportunity to admire a selection of famous city residences with their elegant interior patios, inspirations for photographers and artists alike. The promenade area along the seafront, called the Paseo Marítimo, is the natural home to the jet-set, with its luxury apartments, fast pace of life and proximity to the exclusive marinas and commercial Port.

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Pollensa is a beautiful Mallorcan village

Pollensa is one of the most beautiful villages in the whole of Spain. Located at the foot of the Sierra Tramuntana on Mallorca's western coast, Deià perches confidently on the steep slopes that rise above the Mediterranean Sea. The imposing backdrop of the majestic Puig d'es Teix mountain gives Deià an almost mystical appeal.

Ever since the English Poet and author Robert Graves made the place famous, Deià has acted as a magnet for writers, artists and musicians from around the world. Even though Deià has a justifiably renowned reputation internationally, the small town still chugs along witrh a peaceful, extremely laid-back creative vibe.

A little history

The coastal settlement of Deià owes its origins to the original Muslim settlers who called the place 'Ad-Daya', meaning 'village'. Starting in the 10th century, locals began to construct the irrigation systems and agricultural terraces which are still in use today. After the Christian reconquest in the 13th century, Deià was gifted to the Count of Rossello and became part of the neighbouring town of Valldemossa, before gaining its independence in the 16th century.

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