Los Leones

Menorca, Spain & The Balearics

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From £1,071 per week

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Months Prices
May 2020 From £1,071
June 2020 From £1,593
August 2020 From £2,182
September 2020 From £1,082
October 2020 From £1,071

Prices are based on 2 sharing for 7 nights.

Our view

Nestled on a wooded slope with lovely views to the sea, this comfortable family villa offers all the holiday essentials, within walking distance of Son Bou’s sandy beach.

In brief

  • Superb sea views
  • On the outskirts of the village
  • Sandy beach nearby

About the villa

Elevated to enjoy the breeze and sea views, this single storey, split-level villa follows the contours of its hillside setting. Well-placed for exploring the island, and offering informal and unpretentious comfort, Los Leones has a bright galley kitchen, an airy sitting room with doors to the poolside, and an adjoining dining area, furnished in cushioned cane and occupying the round tower section of the building. With air-conditioning in all three bedrooms, the villa has a well-proportioned double with en suite full bathroom, while each of the twin rooms has its own shower room. 

Outside, a built-in barbecue complements the villa’s covered dining area, and the ten metre pool fills a paved terrace, with sun loungers, an outdoor shower and views to the blue of the bay. At the centre of the island’s southern coast, Los Leones is just 1.6km from Son Bou, where the long sandy beach offers non-motorised water sports and is backed by a good range of shops and eateries.

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Villa details



  • Steps up from parking area to entrance
  • Open plan sitting room opening to terrace with dining area
  • Kitchen
  • 4 steps up to double bedroom with bathroom en suite and separate shower
  • Twin bedroom with shower room en suite
  • Twin bedroom
  • Shower room



  • A complimentary travel cot
  • A complimentary highchair


  • Built-in barbecue


  • WiFi
  • TV


  • Air conditioning in all bedrooms
  • Ceiling fans (Sitting area)


  • Hob
  • Oven
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Coffee machine


  • 10m x 5m
  • 1.2m x 2m deep
  • Built-in steps
  • Ladder Access
  • Outdoor shower


  • Washing machine
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Safe

Important Information


A CV Representative in Spain will be available by phone during your stay. Contact details will be sent with your travel documents.


Arrival from 16:00. Departure by 10:00.

Travel and Additional services


CV Villas is happy to book flights for our customers on scheduled, chartered or low cost airlines from London. Please ask for details.


Car hire can be pre-booked through CV Villas with collection at the airport or port of arrival. Please ask for details.

additional services

CV Villas offers a wide variety of additional services, to make your villa holiday even more special.  You should be able to find all the information you need here, otherwise you can check out our frequently asked questions page or simply send us an enquiry.


Airport transfer available on request at an additional cost. Please ask for details.

Service & Staffing


  • Welcome pack
  • Maid service 2 day(s) per week
  • Linen change 2 day(s) per week
  • Towel change 2 day(s) per week
  • Balearics Ecotax



  • Wide selection of shops and restaurants, chemist, taxis, bus to Alaior or Mahon at Son Bou 1.6km
  • All amenities in Alaior 9.7km

Places of interest

  • Mahon 16.2 km
  • S’Albufera des Grau Natural Park 26km
  • Ciutadella 37.5km


  • Son Bou 1.6km, 3 km long sandy beach with restaurants and selection of non-motorised watersports
  • Santo Tomas (sandy) 17.1km
  • Cala en Porter (sandy) 18.3km
  • Binigaus (sandy) 21.2km


  • Mahon 20.4km
About the area


Average weather

Menorca, the most northerly Balearic Island, enjoys the excellent weather of this eastern Spanish archipelago, making it a firm favourite for holidaymakers. When you step out of your luxurious holiday villa, you’ll find two sides to its personality. Inland, it’s a place of whitewashed villages and towns, where locals linger in the narrow streets or catch up on the latest gossip over coffee in a shady square. On the coast, resorts emerge between endless beaches and isolated coves – with a good dose of wetlands and woodlands in between. Since UNESCO declared the island a Biosphere Reserve in 1993, islanders take great pride in their home. And while it might be an open-air museum, it’s one where you can swim in, walk past and get close up to the exhibits.

Find out more about Menorca