Soaring property and land prices in Mallorca will be music to the ears of British billionaires David and Simon Reuben, who are among Mallorca’s largest landowners. Their Mallorcan operations are located in Manacor, Capedera, Betlem, Andratx and Pollensa. In fact, they have seized about 13 kilometers of the coastline of Mallorca.
The recent rise in property and land prices will have seen their investment in Mallorca increase significantly in value, according to real estate experts. It is not known what plans the two brothers, with an estimated value of 16 billion pounds, have for Majorca, but they are already profitable.
There are their investments:
Belem; Land of 120 hectares (about 300 acres) of which more than 1 km of coastal land. Located in the municipality of Artà, with sandy beaches, natural caves, a lighthouse and a yacht jetty.
Cala Mesquida; 215 hectares (approximately 530 acres) of land in the principality of Capdepera, including 1.3 km of uninterrupted waterfront. The land is adjacent to the Cala Mesquida development and has several constructions including two villas with an area of 1,670 m2.
Manacor; more than 200 hectares spread over 2 farms ;1. 116.5 hectares (approximately 290 acres) consisting of 5 parcels of contiguous coastal land including nearly 1.5 km of uninterrupted sea. It is close to the residence of Rafael Nadal, his Academy and Museum of Manacor and the Vall d’Or Golf Club. The terrain includes areas of exceptional beauty, including; a beach near Cala Romantica, a natural lake and various karst caves, including the Cova del Pirata and the Cova des Ponts. 2. 86.3 hectares further south in Cala Antena with 2 km of beachfront
Cala Figuera; 364 hectares (approximately 900 acres) of land near the Bay of Palma, including 5 km of uninterrupted beachfront. The land located, has a wild forest, two beaches, 2,835 m² of built area including a restaurant and a beach club.
Land of 165 hectares, Ses Bases, with 3.5 km of uninterrupted waterfront.
Land of 270 hectares with about 3,5 km of sea front.