Sir Richard Branson has expanded his Virgin Limited Edition portfolio with the addition of two new villas on the Son Bunyola Estate in Mallorca, the largest island of the Balearic Islands archipelago in the Mediterranean.
The first villa, Sa Punta de S’Aguila, has five bedrooms, a private heated pool, plus kitchen, living, and dining rooms. The building has been designed to match the natural landscape and is traditional in style with exposed beams and terracotta tiles. Rates start at about A$31,900 for seven nights.
The four-bedroom Sa Terra Rotja villa is on the edge of the estate, just a short walk from a pebble beach. The villa has a private heated pool and terrace for lounging, along with an outdoor dining space. Rates start at about A$25,500 for seven nights.
The entire Son Bunyola Estate spans over 700 acres of fruit trees, gardens, and has stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and Tramuntana mountain range. A stay in either villa includes all drinks, meals, wireless Internet, concierge services, and daily housekeeping.
Branson reacquired Son Bunyola Estate in late 2015, after selling the estate in 2002.