This bright and quiet flat is very close to the beautiful beach of Molinar. Only 200 metres from the beach. It consists of 3 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms. The spacious living room is beautifully lit with large windows. The fully equipped kitchen invites you to spend cosy evenings in this beautiful home. From the 2 large balconies you have a wonderful side sea view.
Ideal for families or couples who want a spacious apartment and don't want to restrict themselves! In an outstanding and privileged location.
El Molinar is a historic neighborhood in Palma de Mallorca, located right by the sea. It is a quiet and charming place that has retained its original character while exuding a modern flair. In recent years, the neighborhood has become one of the most desirable residential areas in Europe. Here you will find everything from recommended restaurants and cafes to grocery stores, pharmacies and, of course, the beaches of the area.
One could almost think that Molinar is Portixol's little sister. However, at least in the past, Portixol was part of "El Molinar". We have written down a little about the history of Molinar for you.
El Molinar, a charming neighborhood in Palma de Mallorca, enchanted me from the moment I took my first steps on its narrow, cobbled streets. Indeed, there are many reasons why this little coastal paradise is so irresistible, and why it deserves the title as one of the most livable areas of Mallorca.
Just a stone's throw from the deep blue Mediterranean Sea, El Molinar offers unparalleled views and the refreshing scent of the salty sea breeze. The long, well-kept boardwalk is a true highlight, a place where locals and visitors stroll, bike and enjoy the natural beauty of the coast. The sunsets here are simply breathtaking!
### 2. **The atmosphere**
El Molinar has retained a character all its own. The narrow streets, pastel-colored houses and charming little stores create a sense of community and elegance rarely found in the modern world. Here you can feel time flowing more slowly, and the busy life of the big city seems far away.
### 3. **The culinary experiences**.
What would a coastal town be without excellent seafood? In El Molinar you will not be disappointed! The local gastronomy offers a cornucopia of fresh seafood, accompanied by the island's finest wines. Whether in a traditional chiringuito on the beach or in an elegant restaurant, the food here is simply a delight.
### 4. **Sports and recreational facilities**.
For activity lovers, El Molinar offers a wide range of options. From water sports like paddleboarding and windsurfing to relaxing yoga sessions on the beach, there really is something for everyone here. And if you enjoy cycling, you'll appreciate the well-maintained bike paths that stretch for miles along the coast.
### 5. **The architecture and culture**.
El Molinar is more than just a pretty face. The architecture of the neighborhood is a wonderful mix of traditional Mallorcan houses and modern design, reflecting the rich history and cultural heritage of the area.
### 6. **The Community**
But what really makes El Molinar special are the people. The warm and friendly community welcomes everyone with open arms. Here, everyone knows everyone, and it's not uncommon for neighbors to stop on the street to have a friendly conversation.
El Molinar is not just a place to live, it is a way of life. It combines the tranquility and beauty of a coastal community with the energy and culture of a thriving community. It is a place to unwind, a place that touches the heart and invigorates the senses. Once you've had the good fortune to visit El Molinar, you'll understand why it's so livable. It's like discovering a hidden gem, a little paradise waiting to be explored. I can only recommend that you see this wonderful place for yourself. It could be that, just like me, you will fall head over heels in love with El Molinar.
Nowadays it is difficult to define the exact point where Portixol becomes Molinar. Some say before the Rambla. Others see the point just before the newly renovated port of Molinar.
El Molinar owes its name to the numerous windmills that are so typical of Mallorca. Our colleague has written a good article about the history of this fashionable area.
Molinar is perhaps even more uninspired and a bit more "normal" than Portixol. The small street that runs between the houses on the seafront and the sea is quieter than in Portixol with its one-way system. And the parking strip is not there. This means there is less traffic and more peace and quiet than in Portixol. However, the range of restaurants and bars is also somewhat smaller and also somewhat simpler.
All of Palma strolls between Portixol and Molinar at the weekend. The nearest town is Ciudad Jardín. There is a large sandy beach and a large number of restaurants. As a residential area, it is less popular compared to Portixol and Molinar because, on the one hand, the planes are much more audible. On the other hand, the distance to Palma is simply greater.
The seafront promenade invites you to take a pleasant stroll, while the coastal cycle path connects the port of Palma de Mallorca with El Arenal over a distance of 20 kilometres. The entire stretch of coast is frequented by sportsmen and connoisseurs, countless cafés and restaurants invite you to linger, or buy a fishing rod and see what you can catch?
The old town of Palma is a 20-30 minute walk away, past the beautiful cathedral. Just around the corner you will find supermarkets, small grocery shops, a well-known local butcher, bicycle rental, gyms and everything your heart desires. A car is more of a hindrance in Portixol and parking spaces are scarce in summer.
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