If you are looking for a quiet and exclusive residential area away from the bustle of Palma but at the same time easy to reach from the capital, Ciudad Jardin would be a good option for you, above all if you like living near the sea.
Ciudad Jardin has one of the best beaches in Palma de Mallorca and has all the necessary facilities. Let us help you to discover the advantages of buying an apartment in this well known area of Palma.
Palma Beach, very close to your apartment in Ciudad Jardin
Ciudad Jardin is one of the most highly sought after areas of Palma for any Estate Agency because of its proximity to the sea. The beach is approximately 500 metres long and 36 metres wide and has a seafront promenade with a cycle lane which connects Palma Beach with Can Pere Antoni. This area has the advantage of not being on the main tourist beat therefore you can enjoy which is never overrun by bathers and sunbathers.
This part of the coast has, moreover, relatively shallow water with no big waves and one of its main attractions is its magnificent installations and services, such as showers, car parks, sun beds and a public telephone. There are facilities for people with reduced mobility to access the beach.
Buying an apartment in Ciudad Jardin: good connections with Palma
Ciudad Jardin is a quiet and peaceful residential area away from the noise and bustle of the city. However, this does not mean that this is a forgotten corner. Transport connections with the centre of Palma are very good with five different bus routes. The most popular ones are number 15 (Plaza de la Reina – El Arenal) and number 25 (Arenal via the motorway) and number 30 (Plaza de España – Can Pastilla).
Real Estate Agency in Mallorca: buying an apartment in Ciudad Jardin
If you are considering buying an apartment in Ciudad Jardin we would advise you to take a look at the apartment on sale in Palmer, your Estate Agency in Mallorca.
And if you are thinking of living in any other area close to the sea, you could take a look at the article on why to buy an apartment in El Portitxol. And also, what about an apartment in Santa Catalina?