★ ★ ★ ★ ★
There was only one problem with Son Jazmin – too many decisions. Which patio shall we use this evening to watch the blazing sun vanish over the Mediterranean horizon? Where shall we eat tonight? – somewhere swish and spoilt for choice in Deia like Josef’s (Es Raco d’teix), Sebastian’s, or Nama… or maybe a stroll down to the cove, where Robert Graves used to swim, and something a bit more casual but equally delicious at C’as Patro March, where they filmed scenes for The Night Manager apparently. Or what about a day out – will it be a stroll along Soller marina and an al fresco lunch or what seems like a journey to the bottom of the sea in Palma’s huge and extraordinary fish market. Seriously, this is a slice of heaven, a luxury villa, perched on a Deia hillside, with beautiful secluded gardens and terracing but opening out with a spectacular sea view. Stylish and spotless, it felt like your every need had been anticipated and delivered.
We loved this place.