CV Travel offers a superb collection of villas in Spain and the Balearic Islands. Over the years we have carefully expanded our portfolio to include some exceptional properties in Andalucia and the Costa de la Luz, as well as the stunning islands of Mallorca and Ibiza.
With boundless beaches sprawling to the horizon, the Costa de la Luz is punctuated by craggy outcrops and the lighthouse of Trafalgar, whilst Moorish gateways enclose ancient cities. Casual beach bars and restaurants are the perfect spot to enjoy a refreshing Cruzcampo beer, or for the adventurous nibbling on beautifully fresh deep fried sea anemones whilst hypnotised by the sight of kite-surfers dashing across the Atlantic waves. Here our collection of villas varies from chic luxury villas to grand Arabesque design properties.
Further east, whitewashed settlements stud the Serrania de Ronda with villages such as Gaucin crowning hilltops, making for an ideal spot to unwind whilst soaking in astounding views across the Andalucian countryside, with the azure waters and Africa beyond. Here our collection of simple rustic country homes, meet fully serviced villas.
Balearicophiles will adore our collection of traditional finca conversions, exultant hilltop creations and romantic cliff top idylls in Ibiza and Mallorca forsaking the vivacious nightlife and tuning in to an old world charm.
Our team welcome you to discover these stunning locations and hope our tempting collection of houses will become your place of relaxation and discovery this year.
Our Recommendations in Andalucia & Costa de la Luz
• Explore the attractive promontories of Punta de la Mona and Cerro Gordo and admire the variety of sea life and clarity of the water
• Visit Comares, where old Spain still exists with charming fishing villages and white mountain villages
• For some glamour visit the fashionable marina of Puerto Banus or Marbella for impressive yachts, exclusive boutiques and exquisite meals
• Take a stroll past white painted houses perched high on the hills like an island to the historic “Castle of the Eagle” in Gaucin
• Visit the town of Ronda straddling the deep El Tajo Gorge carved out by the rio Guadale over the centuries
• Combine the famous horse show ‘How the Andalusian Horses Dance’ at the Real Escuela Andaluza de Arte Equestre in Jerez with dinner in fantastic bodegas
• Board a ferry to Tangier, Morocco, and discover a different and fascinating cultures
• Visit Gibraltar and enjoy one of the most spectacular views in Europe from the top of the Rock, and meet the legendary Barbary Apes
• Whale watch off the coast in Tarifa, or try your hand at wind and kite surfing at this mecca for water sports enthusiasts
Our Recommendations in Ibiza
• Take a stroll through the narrow cobbled street of Ibiza Town, lined with boutiques and eateries, and visit the hill top fort and harbour in the island’s capital
• Take a boat trip from Ibiza town to explore the smaller island of Formentera
• Relax on the countless pine fringe beaches around the ‘White Island’
• Visit charming inland villages, set in unspoilt countryside, with San Carlos, Santa Gertrudis and San Jose just some of those waiting to be discovered
• Charter a boat for the day and explore Ibiza’s stunning coastline and beautiful sandy coves, and see the island from a different perspective
• With abundant sporting activities from water sports and tennis, to mountain biking and horse riding, there is something for all to enjoy
• Visit the famous hippy markets of Punta Arabi in Es Cana and Las Dalias in San Carlos where you will find an eclectic mix of clothing and jewellery on offer
• For dramatic sunsets head to Ses Salines salt flats on the southern tip of the island, where the still water acts as a mirror to the sinking sun’s rays
Our Recommendations in Mallorca
• An island for all interests, visit the historic hill town of Arta, artistic Deia, sophisticated Puerto d’Andratx or the refreshing rural escape of Alaro
• Take a magical sailing trip from Puerto Pollensa, hugely popular with CV clients
• Uncover the hidden secrets of Old Town Pollensa, its Sunday market and the Calvario steps - there are 365, one for each day of the year, leading up to a hilltop chapel
• Explore Palma, Mallorca’s vibrant capital and explore the mesmerising Plaça de l’Almoina cathedral, unmatched views of the city from the Castell de Bellver as well as an array of shopping
• Visit Valldemossa, a typical village in the mountains, and where Chopin spent time being inspired. You can visit the ‘Real Cartuja’ where he lived whilst on the island, and enjoy a piano concert
• Discover Formentor Beach, after passing by the Mirador and marvelling at the breathtaking views
• Mallorca boast a number of cave networks to explore, with those of Drac in Porto Cristo the most famous, and further to discover in Campanet and Artà