Villa Trepuco Uno offers 3 air conditioned bedrooms and is conveniently located just a short walk to the sandy beach of Punta Prima. The garden features several mature pine trees and a private pool.
Property on one level: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge, dining area, kitchen, dining terrace. Also has private pool and private drive/parking.
Lounge with WiFi, TV, fireplace, sofas and inside dining area. Doors open to the dining terrace with views of the garden and over the pool.
Kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, full oven with hob, and fridge/freezer. A washing machine is located in the laundry room.
Villa Trepuco Uno has 3 air conditioned bedrooms: 1 double and 2 twins. Each bedroom has views of the gardens and surrounding pine trees.
Villa Trepuco Uno has 2 bathrooms. Maid service, towels and linen are included.
The private pool, exclusive for your use only, is set within an enclosed garden. Around the pool are 6 sun beds along with sun shades. There is a BBQ and dining terrace overlooking the pool
Size: 8m x 4.5m
Depths: Shallow: 0.50m; Deep End: 1.80m
Pool Access: via Ladder
Holiday Rating: Excellent
Recommend Property: Yes
Cleaner Rating: Excellent
This was our first visit to Menorca and we thoroughly enjoyed our holiday. The villa is in an excellent location and Punta Prima is a lovely resort. We are definitely thinking of booking again for next year.
Villa Trepuco Uno is conveniently located just a short walk to the sandy beach of Punta Prima. Punta Prima has an excellent beach of fine white sand and turquoise water. Facing south east it receives the sun first thing in the morning until late evening. Around the bar are several restaurants and low-key bars. There are also 2 supermarkets and other smaller shops.
Binisafua-Platja: is a small coastal village and typically Spanish. The delightful sandy beach, with whitewashed church along with several 'hidden' coves, give you plenty of private swimming locations.
Son Bou: is one or our favourite beaches on Menorca. A gloriously uncrowded and natural beach with Turquoise water and soft fine sand. Set back from the beach are a selection of beach bars, restaurants and shops.
Mahon: became the island's capital in 1722 - moved by the British from the Ciutadella. White-washed Regency and Georgian houses cling to the cliff face that surounds the harbour. It has strong connections with British naval history - admirals Nelson and Collingwood stayed there - while it also plays an important part in Richard O'Brien's series of novels.
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