Mallorca is the largest of Spain's Balearic Islands, set in the Mediterranean Sea. Mallorca is known for its stunning golden sand beach resorts with sweeping bays and secluded coves. With turquoise waters, limestone mountains, picturesque villages, sweet-smelling pine forests and Roman remains, it’s no wonder villas in Mallorca are so sought-after.
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Mallorca – or Majorca – is a diverse island with plenty to see and do. A long-time favourite with families and celebrities alike, Mallorca is a beautiful place to relax and enjoy time with your loved ones.
A villa holiday in Mallorca can provide you with as much or as little activity as you wish to do. If you are seeking relaxation, you can simply pull up a sun lounger and grab a book, perhaps take a trip on a gentle glass bottom boat or stroll through the old streets in Palma for some leisurely shopping. If you are looking for a more thrilling experience, then visit the theme and water parks, try a few of the water sports on offer, or head off for a day in the gorgeous countryside on one of the hiking or cycling routes.
With a vibrant nightlife, alongside an array of wonderful restaurants that cater for all ages, you will be entertained both day and night. With historic sights to discover, along with an artisan and cultural scene, there is plenty to keep you occupied on a villa holiday in Mallorca.
For those who want to enjoy the deep culture in Mallorca, a visit to the historical sites and monuments is one of the best ways to experience Mallorca. Visit the 13th Century Santa Maria Cathedral de Mallorca, the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, a beautiful 10th century Muslim fortress or the Gothic style Castell de Bellver in the Captial city Palma. Alcudia Old Town and the Roman stone built City of Pollensa are some of the most popular and most visited historical sites in Mallorca. Our villas in Pollensa are ideally place to explore the countryside and the beaches. Our holiday villas in Mallorca are perfectly placed to enable you to explore and experience the local culture.
There is so much for families of all ages to do on a Mallorca villa holiday. From simple days spent on the various golden beaches, or adventures in the countryside, to buzzing theme parks, you can easily tailor your days out to your family's interests.
Mallorca caters brilliantly for families and there is an abundance of attractions. For active families, a visit to the protected nature park of the Tramuntana mountains won’t disappoint. Not only are there some incredible views across the mountains, but you can also zip line down the longest zip wire in Mallorca and bathe in the clear pools and waterfalls. Visit the animal sanctuary and see the grizzly bears, emus, martens, deer and civet cats being cared for.
The island is also dotted with water parks and other attractions including the caves of Drach and the fun Pirates dinner show.
Experience the ultimate couple’s getaway in Mallorca and discover some of the most peaceful places to spend your precious days, there is no shortage of romantic opportunities in Mallorca. Mallorca is a wonder, just waiting to be explored. With hidden beaches, fascinating cultural attractions, and mesmerising scenery that are perfect for that special occasion.
We have many villas for couples, which provide the perfect setting for your romantic holiday. Our holiday villas in Mallorca will provide the
Mallorca is a food lover's delight, with delicious traditional cuisine and first-class Michelin star restaurants available. Along with locally produced wines, foodies will certainly understand its appeal.
Traditional Mallorcan food is hearty peasant fare based on pork, fish and vegetables with a generous helping of garlic and olive oil – think stews and soups.
You have to try one of the famous ensaimada pastries, either for breakfast or with your afternoon coffee.
Mallorca offers a wide range of water sports, available from most of the local beaches. Here, you can try windsurfing, wakeboarding, water-skiing and flyboarding, along with partaking in some of the best diving opportunities in Europe.
Away from the coast, the mountains offer cycling and hiking trails so you can get off the beaten track. Mallorca is a mecca for cycling and you don’t have to be King of the Mountains to enjoy the routes and there are plenty of flat roads to meander along.