If you are looking for the lovely Spanish countryside feel, but at the same time having first-class property and being close to the vibrant city life of Palma, Génova is a perfect choice.
Genova Property Insights
In recent years, Génova has developed into one of the most desirable residential areas on the island and in Palma municipality. Its residential zone is very attractive, providing the advantage of a quiet and contemplative village life. In recent years, a range of first-class properties have been built in the neighbourhood, featuring many villas with nice gardens and lush vegetation. Through the elevated positions of the spectacular penthouses, magnificent views open over Palma, its harbour, mountains and the Bellver castle.
The tendency of wealthy foreign individuals to choose Genova property is increasing year after year. Prices on the local market are on the same level as in Mallorca overall. The average price ranges from €3,900 per sq. meter for an apartment to €4,450 per sq. meter for a house. Sea view position raises the price for a house here to €4,850 per sq. meter on average.
15. July 2018
Sale price distribution in Palma - Genova
Sale price per sq.m. for each property price in Palma - Genova
Why Genova Property?
It is well-known for its tranquil yet central location and good service of its infrastructure. Being situated about 5 km from Palma, it makes it a unique combination of living close to nature and lively center of Mallorca. For golf lovers, Génova is very closely located to the well-known golf course of Son Vida. As well as the Blue Flag beach of Cala Major is reachable in close vicinity.
Génova streets possess a special charm with its hospitable restaurants. They serve genuine and good Spanish cuisine with a special touch and are especially visited by natives. Foreign visitors also like to go to enjoy typical food from Mallorca and meat specialties. Great lamb dishes, ”pulpo a la gallega”, ”pimientos de padrón” or the typical ”pa amb oli”, and the dessert of ”crema catalana” can be served in these restaurants. As an example, there is one restaurant located up the mountain to Na Bourgesa, famous with its dish of roast lamb and a fantastic view over Palma.
Among most popular activities, there is a picturesque 30 minutes hike to La Bonanova. On its way, you can see lemon trees, forest and fields with grazing sheep. Génova is also famous for its flowstone underground caves of Cuevas Genoa.
This neighborhood is ideal for the second home buyers who seek tranquility. This is also a perfect choice to bear in mind if you want to be in the charming location with superb sea views and close to the beaches of the island.