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Seaside Spanish Villas

With a coastline that stretches over 3000 miles and 60 islands dotted throughout the surrounding seas, Spain is one of the best destinations in Europe for coastal towns and villas by the sea. At SPL Villas, we have a wide breadth of seaside villas providing easy access to the golden sands and warm waters of Spain's unforgettable coastline.

Binibeca - Menorca

There's more to Binibeca than meets the eye. On the southeastern edge of Menorca, Binibeca's fisherman's village has all the markings of a traditional Spanish destination, with narrow streets winding their way through the slopes between white-washed buildings with wooden balconies. If this all looks a little too picture-perfect, it's because the town was designed as a hideaway for bohemians and an inspiration for artists. Today, it's no less charming and, for many, serves as a gateway to the south of the island.

Coastal access is as simple as crossing through a small pine forest to the fine sands of the Menorcan island. If you're looking for an alternative to the beaches, you can always explore the calas, sheltered rocky coves with large flat stones that are perfect for drying off in the sun after a dip in the sea. Our Binibeca villas are within walking distance from the beach and are ideal for families or larger groups.

Binibeca coastline, Menorca

Cala d'Or - Mallorca

Translated as Golden Bay, Cala d'Or is a popular east coast destination with modern attractions and a vibrant community. Being so close to the water in a sheltered location, the town is home to a popular yacht club and a stylish marina full of activity. A short distance inland, you can find high-end boutiques and various restaurants whose menus will be calling your name.

Whether starting your day with a late breakfast overlooking the harbour or taking in the views at the 18th-century fort, you're never too far away from a beach in Cala d'Or. Stretched out along the coastline, tranquil blue waters roll against the white sands; it's just a matter of choosing where to stop.


Sotogrande - Costa del Sol

Sotogrande is an exclusive community on the Costa del Sol, where you can expect near-endless opportunities and exciting activities. Some of the past and current guests of Sotogrande have included European royalty, celebrities and sports legends from around the globe. We can't promise you'll be holidaying next to film stars in your villa, but we can definitely promise a holiday destination to remember. 

With scenic dinners at the marina, golf courses impressive enough to rival some of the best in Europe and tennis and horse polo facilities, this is the perfect resort for an active family with a taste for the memorable. After all, Sotogrande is centred around families and spending time together in the stunning surroundings of the Costa del Sol. The days are focused on fun, while the evenings in Sotogrande are about relaxing, and with one of our Sotogrande villas, it's all just waiting to be explored.

Sotogrande marina

Punta Prima - Menorca

One of the most distinctive features of Punta Prima is the soft white sands that line the water's edge in this sheltered bay on the southeast coast of the island. Punta Prima is an ideal destination for family holidays, perfect for sunbathing, swimming and building sandcastles.

The town itself is an excellent base for exploring the Menorca, allowing easy access to some of the island's activities and sights. Only a short distance away from Mahon and the airport, it's great for young families not looking to spend a lot of time travelling to their villa once they land. Aside from the convenient location, the town of Punta Prima also provides plenty of facilities and places to eat and shop. A home away from home, our villas in Punta Prima are everything you could need for a family holiday.    

Puerto Pollensa - Mallorca

This north Mallorcan town on the coast holds plenty to uncover and has attracted holiday goers for decades. For the most part, Puerto Pollensa is a family-friendly resort with modern attractions, fantastic restaurants, and a beautiful beach lined with palm and pine trees and backed by Mallorcan mountains.

While you could spend your entire holiday enjoying these, a little exploration can take you a long way. Heading out along the Pine Walk, you soak up the views of the bay, just as world-famous author Agatha Christie did in the 1930s, inspiring her novel Problems at Pollensa Bay. If you find yourself allured by the warm waters, you can always try your hand at paddle boarding, a popular sport in the town. If you prefer to stretch your legs on land, the promenade that runs alongside the beach is perfect for strolling, riding a bike or taking your time meandering down the waterfront.

Puerto Pollensa, Mallorca

Marbella - Costa del Sol

Marbella in Spain's sunny Andalucia is an ancient city that today is a hub of glamour, impressive restaurants, and striking harbours. People from all over the world come to visit Marbella not just for the attractions the wealthy city has to offer but for the natural beauty, the inclement weather and the very best food that the Costa del Sol has to offer.

Whether travelling as a couple, a group of friends or as a family, the city has something for everyone. From soaking up the sun's rays on the famous La Fontanilla beach to letting loose in water, theme and wildlife parks, there's plenty to keep you and everyone else happy. Walking around the city, you can find remnants of history poking through, mouth-watering restaurants around every corner, and a vibrant nightlife to suit everyone's tastes.

Marbella, Costa del Sol