Cala Mayor - Mallorca
€1.45m - €3.5m
A stone’s throw away from one of the most beautiful beaches on the Mallorcan coast, these properties for sale in Cala Major are the ultimate beach homes.
With sheltered sandy beaches and idyllic turquoise shallow waters, it is no wonder the Spanish royal family has chosen this location for their summer holiday home. Close to several historical sites and a short drive from the city centre, this location is a great combination of a beach and city break. Perfect for a second home or to live full-time.
This exciting new-build project comprises seven carefully-designed properties for sale in Mallorca. There are four exquisite apartments with private pools and gardens and three stunning penthouses which boast spacious terraces, private pools and stunning sea views. All residents to benefit from an exclusive private concierge membership and parking.
Embracing the panoramic coastline, these avant-garde residences mix traditional Mallorcan features with modern design
With land being scarce in Mallorca and building restrictions getting tighter, properties like these ones are an absolute rarity.
Prices in Mallorca have risen at breakneck speed in the past three years. Prime properties can go from around €8,000 per sqm to €19,000 per sqm. This project represents good value with an average of €8,900 per sqm, with the apartments offering an average of €6,000 per sqm and the penthouses an average of €12,500 per sqm.
Cala Major is currently undergoing a bit of a revamp, soon to become a very sought-after holiday destination, meaning there is great potential for capital gains.
Mallorca is known for its stunning golden beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters as well as the wild nature and incredible mountains. A sunshine haven, it’s only 2 hours away from most major European cities. Whether you want to visit the numerous historical sites, lay by the beach, climb mountains, eat delicious food or simply relax – Mallorca has it all.
Whether you are looking for Mallorca or Majorca, this island is the largest of Spain's Balearic Islands which are located in the Mediterranean. In fact, the name derives from Latin with "maior" meaning "larger island" in comparison to Menorca, "the smaller one". The capital of the island, Palma, is the capital of the autonomous community of the ...