As we announced a few weeks ago, Gestilar, the property developer, is landing in Palma de Majorca, the chosen location for the construction of our new project: 3 sites where 400 new homes will be built with gardens, terraces, generous communal areas, and a swimming pool. This promotion is aimed mainly at Majorca residents who want to move house or those who are looking to acquire a second home in a seaside area. Would you like to discover the area’s secrets with us?
If there is one thing that stands out in this new promotion it is without doubt its exclusive location, just 500 metres from the beach and the well-known port of Portixol. At the port you will find a wide variety of establishments offering the best gastronomical and leisure facilities, as well as being surrounded by sports installations where you can practise outdoor sports such as tennis, padel tennis, or football, as well as parks such Krekovic Park or Can Palou Park.
The seafront promenade links this port to the neighbouring port of Majorca, which sits at the feet of its emblematic cathedral, the nerve-centre of the island. Can you imagine the spectacular views, both day and night?
Thus the proximity of the new Gestilar development to the old quarter of the city will make living in Palma de Majorca the perfect combination, where you can enjoy both the coast and the most traditional and touristy streets of Majorca.
Whether travelling around the city or beyond, you have numerous options:
In a statement made recently by the director of Urban Planning at the Palma Town Council, there was reference to the great potential of the area, which will be based on the concept known as ‘urban development of proximity’, given that it is a residential, business, and services area all in one, making it a dynamic and benchmark area of the island.
Would you like to live in Palma de Majorca? All information on our new project will be available on our social media soon!
Meanwhile, you can have a look at the Gestilar press room, where you will find all the latest news on its expansion into the Balearic Islands.