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Our finest villas have been personally selected by our expert teams. They exude luxury with modern styling in stunning locations or have beautiful views. So whether you dream of being right on the beach, having spectacular sea-views, or relaxing in pure seclusion in the countryside, we have the perfect villa for you.

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Funchal, Madeira
The bustling capital of Funchal is famed for its beautiful old town and rich history. Located on the sunny south coast and the largest city on the island, it’s a fantastic place to explore. There is a plethora of delicious restaurants to dine at across the city, with some incredible chefs showcasing local and international cuisine. The waterfront runs right along the city and is the perfect place to wander, home to contrasting sights such as the Cristiano Ronaldo Museum and the 16th century Sao Laurenco Palace. Take the cable car up to Monte Palace and once you’ve admired the scintillating gardens take an exhilarating toboggan ride down.
Lourdas, Kefalonia
Like many villages on the island, the main part of this resort is slightly inland, built to resist coastal raids by marauding pirates. Lourdas is the part further down, home to one of the best beaches on the island. If you are travelling on the main road towards Kefalonia’s capital, Argostoli, you take a sharp left down a winding road down a steep hill. The village is halfway down and the beach and seaside part of the resort is a further trek down the hill after that.
Frigliana, Andalucia
The picturesque village of Frigiliana is perched on a ridge in the Tejeda mountains, securing it fantastic, scenic views. One of the typical ‘white villages’ of Southern Spain, it has won awards as Andalucia’s Prettiest Village. The river - Rio Higueron - runs through the centre, providing lovely walks and picnic spots - not to mention scenic views.
Ostuni, Puglia
Discover hidden passageways lined with boutiques, cafes and restaurants or relax with an excellent artisanal gelato in a sunny piazza while taking in the ornate architecture of Ostuni, one of the 'White Towns'.
Latchi, Cyprus
Latchi is ideal for a relaxing holiday, with its own laid-back rural charm and culture. There's no sign of noisy bars or high-rise resort-style developments here, with life centring around the authentic Latchi Harbour – a particular highlight for seafood fans. In the early hours of the morning, while you are fast asleep, the fishermen are out catching the fish you’ll eat for dinner.
St Cezaire sur Siagne, French Riviera
St Cezaire sur Siagne has an imposing location set on the clifftops overlooking the River Siagne. Part of the Prealpes d’Azur Regional Natural Park, its elevated position offers stunning panoramic views of the Siagne Valley, olive groves and surrounding countryside. The village itself is a medieval collection of narrow lanes, small cafés and old houses, all centred around the 18th century church. It’s a great place to rent a villa in the French Riviera.
Polis, Cyprus
Polis is a small town with a lovable sleepy ambience. In short, it provides the perfect environment to forget about everyday life. Although it is less than an hours’ drive from the crowds and bustle of Paphos, it is a world away in terms of atmosphere. When it comes to restful and rejuvenating holidays, Polis is hard to beat.
Funchal, Madeira
Lourdas, Kefalonia
Frigliana, Andalucia
Ostuni, Puglia
Falesia, Algarve
Falesia is ideal for those looking for a laid-back ambience with its beautiful beach that stretches for miles, backed by rust-coloured sandstone cliffs – a fabulous setting
Cala Galdana, Menorca
Cala Galdana has a real picture postcard setting, home to one of the best beaches in Menorca surrounded by limestone cliffs and picturesque pine trees. This popular holiday resort has a relaxed atmosphere with many restaurants, cafes and a selection of beach bars.
Javea, Costa Blanca
Nestled between the Mediterranean Sea, Montgo Mountain, Valencia and Alicante you will find Javea, a place divided into three distinct parts, each just over a mile apart. Javea's coastline stretches from the Cova Tallá to the Cala de la Granadella, a distance of over 12 miles.
Vasilikos, Zante
Vasilikos, Zante’s South Western peninsula, offers some of the most stunning natural beauty on the island. Green pine forests, olive groves and local farms combine with idyllic sandy beaches and coves, all waiting to be discovered. The hub of the island’s National Marine Park, Vasilikos is also home to the protected Caretta Caretta loggerhead turtles, which return year after year to lay eggs on the sandy beaches.
Lindos, Rhodes
A jewel in Rhodes’ crown, Lindos is quite possibly the prettiest resort on the island. The picture postcard streets lined with white-hued buildings give you a real sense of what life was like on the island a hundred years ago. Home to Rhodes’ most famous monument, the ancient acropolis, there are no shortage of cultural attractions in Lindos. Plenty of bars and restaurants give the town a buzz and with two scenic sandy beaches, it’s easy to understand why Lindos has become the island’s premier resort.
Coral Bay, Cyprus
Located off a coastal road west of Paphos, Coral Bay is a popular seaside resort. The main attraction here is the 660 yards of sandy Coral Bay Beach, which carries Blue Flag certification. The warm shallow waters are perfect for paddling, while the surrounding bay is a water sports hotspot. You'll find lively nightlife and a good choice of restaurants.
Mijas Costa, Costa del Sol
Mijas Costa is a beach lovers paradise, stretching along 8 miles of coastline between Fuengirola and Marbella, with easy access to both towns. La Cala de Mijas is the central point, a Spanish seaside town with a weekly market and a good range of shops and restaurants.
Falesia, Algarve
Cala Galdana, Menorca
Javea, Costa Blanca
Vasilikos, Zante
Coral Bay, Cyprus
Located off a coastal road west of Paphos, Coral Bay is a popular seaside resort. The main attraction here is the 660 yards of sandy Coral Bay Beach, which carries Blue Flag certification. The warm shallow waters are perfect for paddling, while the surrounding bay is a water sports hotspot. You'll find lively nightlife and a good choice of restaurants.
Corralejo, Fuerteventura
If you want a totally relaxed, sun sea and sand holiday, Corralejo delivers in spades! Once a fishing village with whitewashed cottages clustered around a small harbour and a white sandy beach, Correlejo is now a major holiday resort. the town has still retained some of its original laid-back Spanish charm despite its popularity with sun lovers from all around the world.
Alcudia, Majorca
Alcudia brings the best of both worlds with an stunning beach and an authentic Roman Walled old town. Spend your days on the soft sand that stretches from the glitzy marina, framed with endless numbers of bars and restaurants, serving fruity cocktails, chilled beers and lunch time snacks. If you fancy cooling off there are plenty of ice cream shacks offering a variety of flavours. Step into the ancient town, medieval wall and Roman ruins by evening and enjoy the buzz of the quirky local shops and dine in one of the bustling bars or restaurants.
Carvoeiro, Algarve
Carvoeiro is a traditional, family-oriented pretty seaside town once a thriving fishing village. Villa holidays in Carvoeiro revolve around lovely sandy beaches set beneath towering dramatic cliffs, whilst excellent shops provide a bit of retail therapy and numerous bars and restaurants offer evening entertainment.
Calan Forcat, Menorca
The popular resort of Calan Forcat is situated on the far West Coast of Menorca, with one of the best views of the sunset on the entire island. The family-orientated resort has a diverse selection of places to eat and drink as well as several shops, a children’s play area and a waterpark.
Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote
The most established resort on the island has everything you’ll need on your villa holiday. With pristine sandy beaches, a lively party scene, cuisines to suit every taste bud and a stone’s throw from the must-see Timanfaya National Park, this resort has it all. Perfect for families looking for some fun in the sun, as well as couples and groups wanting leisurely lunches and sunset cocktails, Puerto del Carmen has something for everyone. 
Tsilivi, Zante
Located on the North East coast of the island, just 5 miles from Zante (Zakynthos) Town, Tsilivi has expanded over recent years to become a popular family resort. There’s plenty going on with a great choice of shops, bars and restaurants, a beautiful sandy beach as well as its very own waterpark. And whilst it’s grown in size, it still retains its Greek charm and is a great choice for couples and families alike.
Coral Bay, Cyprus
Corralejo, Fuerteventura
Alcudia, Majorca
Carvoeiro, Algarve
Javea, Costa Blanca
Nestled between the Mediterranean Sea, Montgo Mountain, Valencia and Alicante you will find Javea, a place divided into three distinct parts, each just over a mile apart. Javea's coastline stretches from the Cova Tallá to the Cala de la Granadella, a distance of over 12 miles.
Cala D'Or, Majorca
Villa holidays in Cala D’or offer a diverse range of activities for you to enjoy. You can explore the hidden wonders of the ‘Dragon Caves’, get in some retail therapy, or hop on a boat to view the stunning coastline, we recommend a trip to the sophisticated capital Palma for a taste of modern Majorca. Of course if you want to take it easy there’s always the chance to simply relax on a beautiful beach instead.
Pollensa, Majorca
The picturesque old town of Pollensa has an olde-world charm with whitewashed houses, gothic churches and a maze of narrow cobbled streets, dotted with craft shops, boutiques, restaurants and cafés. Pollensa, on the Northern tip of Majorca, is a hotbed of culture and history with more than its fair share of chic art galleries and Bohemian bars.
Playa Blanca, Lanzarote
Playa Blanca is on the southernmost tip of the island and offers a laid-back, yet increasingly popular coastal setting. With golden shorelines and an impressive promenade offering plentiful bars and restaurants, it’s hard to tear yourself away. A short ferry crossing from the resort to Fuerteventura also means you can island hop with ease.
Alcudia, Majorca
Alcudia brings the best of both worlds with an stunning beach and an authentic Roman Walled old town. Spend your days on the soft sand that stretches from the glitzy marina, framed with endless numbers of bars and restaurants, serving fruity cocktails, chilled beers and lunch time snacks. If you fancy cooling off there are plenty of ice cream shacks offering a variety of flavours. Step into the ancient town, medieval wall and Roman ruins by evening and enjoy the buzz of the quirky local shops and dine in one of the bustling bars or restaurants.
Nerja, Andalucia
Nerja has remained largely untouched by development and the old town is still a maze of narrow streets and traditional architecture virtually unchanged for centuries. The added bonus is having over 7 miles of nearby beaches to explore. Don’t miss the spectacular Balcon de Europa at the end of a palm-lined promenade where, from its circular viewpoint, you gaze out at the vast panorama of town, coast and mountains. At its heart is the Plaza Tutti Frutti where people enjoy dancing to live music until the early hours.
Puerto Pollensa, Majorca
On Majorca’s North East Coast, the picturesque Puerto Pollensa is a small town with a big impact - the perfect place for a villa holiday. Puerto Pollensa, a chic family resort with a marina and choice of restaurants. Here you'll also find the magnificent crescent shaped bay with sandy beaches and water sports.
Javea, Costa Blanca
Cala D'Or, Majorca
Pollensa, Majorca
Playa Blanca, Lanzarote
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