Balearic Living

Balearic Living

Balearic Living locationPort de Pollença, Illes Balears, Spain

(1 Review)

Balearic Living is committed to providing the highest levels of customer care alongside a range of products and services. We understand that deciding what to do with any property can be a stressful time. That’s why we’ve based the success of Balearic Living on one simple philosophy; to remove all those stresses and strains by offering a personal yet innovative approach with you in mind. An Estate Agents In Pollensa, focused purely on balearic properties that will have and true emphasis on you our customer.

Our proactive approach is what sets us apart from other estate agencies in Mallorca. Whatever your situation, we are confident we can assist you.

Balearic Living Reviews

Balearic Living Reviews


Review of Balearic Living by Balearic Living
5 27/05/2016

Our proactive approach is what sets us apart from other estate agencies in Mallorca. Whatever your situation, we are confident we can assist you.

Balearic Living

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Review of Balearic Living by Keith Worthington
35 mins ago

Very friendly place, nice and relaxing. Plenty to see and do or relax on spotless beaches. Beach parasol and 2 sunbeds €15 a day. You will have to pay a tourist tax €2.20 each per day but everywhere is clean and tidy.

Keith Worthington
Review of Balearic Living by Steven Wright
2 days ago

The weather was very nice. The beach was amazing and beautiful. Good place for holidays, take a break and refill your energy.

Steven Wright
Review of Balearic Living by Dave Cope
1 month ago

What an amazing island with so much to offer. I stayed in a 200 year old farmhouse in the center of Mallorca and did daily trips each day. The food and the markets were so fresh and amazing....can't wait to go back and eat!!!!! The beaches were also amazing !!!

Dave Cope
Review of Balearic Living by marcia bailey
2 weeks ago

Love going here wish it could be more often lovely people friendly town and beaches are Sandy and not crowded

marcia bailey
Review of Balearic Living by Martyn Anderson
4 weeks ago

Really good place to visit. Tap water taste like normal and is clean.

Martyn Anderson
Review of Balearic Living by Diane Etchells
1 week ago

Two weeks on this charming island isn't long enough to explore all it's delights. Whether you are interested in wildlife, architecture, history or just want to laze on a sandy beach in the sun, this island has it all. There are some excellent bird-watching sites offering the chance to spot some rarities - I added Little Bittern and Glossy Ibis to my tally this year. Bee-eaters remained Illusive unfortunately. A day in Palma with it's fabulous Cathedral, bustling streets and quiet squares is a must. Food and drink is readily available and reasonably priced. The train services are also good, much better to use them than try and find somewhere to park the car. The north and east of the island have the most accessible beaches but if you fancy something out of the ordinary a trip to Sa Calobra and the beach at Es Pareis is stunning - but expensive. Parking and food/drink is three times what you'll pay elsewhere. Take a picnic if you can! There are various cave sites around the island, most of which are worth a visit. I've been to Mallorca three times now and still feel I've got things to see.

Diane Etchells
Review of Balearic Living by Dmitriy Belozerov
1 month ago

It was great weather in mid October, up to +27 degrees, clear sky. Enjoyed our vacations in Alcudia (family trip), many options on the island: sightseeing, beautiful beaches (Es Trenc, S'amarador, etc), hiking trails, bicycling.

Dmitriy Belozerov
Review of Balearic Living by Perry Tyrrell
2 months ago

Haven’t been, sounds great, love everything, bread is delicious, great for everyone, you would all enjoy it but wouldn’t recommend it

Perry Tyrrell
Review of Balearic Living by Nilo Lopes
2 months ago

Great island to visit, but some places are losing their identity in order to accommodate the masses from Germany, UK etc

Nilo Lopes
Review of Balearic Living by Mika Kilpeläinen
4 months ago

Very easy destination for new travellers. People speak pretty good english everywhere. Remember to rent a car and drive around to see everything. For me Mallorca didn't give the real feel about Spain and spanish culture because every place in Mallorca is filled with tourist but it was still amazing place and I'm definitely going to Spain someday again.

Mika Kilpeläinen
Review of Balearic Living by Arianne Dumayas
4 months ago

Small island with nice views. I went there for a conference a few years ago. I went there during winter, it was sunny but it a bit chilly. Maybe, I’ll try to visit during summer.

Arianne Dumayas
Review of Balearic Living by Nikita Bobrov
5 months ago

Must visit place. Been and will go back again. Views are most spectacular ever, especially if you drive to Torrent De Pareis ( or something like that it was called)

Nikita Bobrov
Review of Balearic Living by Lotte Jakobsen
4 months ago

Best place to live, many advantages with being international, nature, sun, commute and the prices is highly recomendable.

Lotte Jakobsen
Review of Balearic Living by Jeanette Morrison
4 months ago

An island of contrasts. Mountains and villages with spectacular views to beautiful beaches secluded or the usual tourist spots . Alcudia beach is great for children. A beautiful hotel in Binnisalem (scotts) is a little haven in the middle of the island in the wine region. Too many places to mention all with their own charm. Love it ☺️

Jeanette Morrison
Review of Balearic Living by David Cockson
4 months ago

Lovely island, much bigger than I expected.

David Cockson
Review of Balearic Living by Therese Barnwell
4 months ago

I Love This Place Cause Rafael Nadal Parera Lives There And I Would Love To Visit There One Day I Do Love Mallorca Very Much And I Love Spain And Spanish Cuisine "Therese""The Princess Of Fiji Islands xoxo

Therese Barnwell
Review of Balearic Living by Nail Yuce
10 months ago

20 years ago, The island used to be a paradise but after Germans came, it is not the same place any more. The German settlers screwed up the beautiful island. Still it has good nature if you find some isolated places near cost. Besides these facts, it has good clubs and entertainment places.

Nail Yuce
Review of Balearic Living by Philip Rogan
9 months ago

I live here. First time I've been asked to review the place I live. It's a truly beautiful place with by and large a good infrastructure, if you have a car. A varied landscape from mountains to swamps and of course drowning in ridiculously good looking beaches. Life is pleasant, work is often temporary and badly paid while rents are crazily high. If you can afford it and if you can take it, heaven on Earth. Maybe not but a unique place in the world.

Philip Rogan
Review of Balearic Living by Subhro Sarkar
1 year ago

A wonderful pristine island in the Mediterranean sea. Colour of the ocean is simply unbelievable. Great for swimming or just soaking in on deep thought. Wonderful creation of nature. Plenty of things to do. Over 25 great beaches to explore and a fantastic night life.

Subhro Sarkar
Review of Balearic Living by Douglas Talbot
5 months ago

Amazing climbing, walking, weather and scenery. Maybe avoid Palma.

Douglas Talbot
Review of Balearic Living by Sami Malmström
6 months ago

Beutiful island full of wonders. Common people are not the most friendly.

Sami Malmström
Review of Balearic Living by Andre Hicks
10 months ago

2 hours & 10 mins on a plane from Manchester! Nice place plenty of things to do for the whole family! Beaches & the clear water amazing!!!.. The only thing we didn't like was we arrived in a thunder storm & it rained for 2 days but we had always been to Egypt and Turkey previously but with the terrorist attacks we decided Majorca!

Andre Hicks
Review of Balearic Living by Jürgen Schöggl
9 months ago

Nice island nice fredly people nice culture...I recoment don't act like a topical tourist and you will love the people and the will like you!

Jürgen Schöggl
Review of Balearic Living by Dirk Bronner
12 months ago

If you leave the mass tourist areas: A beautiful island and always friendly people.
Best to discover by bike.

Dirk Bronner
Review of Balearic Living by V7890 K
9 months ago

20 years ago the island was a paradise and no one except the Germans saved this island and made it the most popular tourist destination in Europe. Thanks to the Germans this island and Spin is surviving and making some money.

If it was not for the Germans this would be a dead Island with no life. Thank to the brits and other a-holes around Europe who come here and spoil the island. Litter food and plastic all over the place and fking Europeans dirty the island and commercialised it.

V7890 K
Review of Balearic Living by Renata Eronen
1 year ago

Beautiful place with very friendly people. Many pretty places to see. Delicious food. Sunshine.

Renata Eronen
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