Find the perfect villa in Mallorca for your next vacation
As far as Mediterranean islands go, Mallorca (or Majorca as it’s also known) is one of the best. It is the largest of the beautiful Balearic Islands, officially part of Spain, and home to historic towns and cities, secret sandy coves, and sapphire-blue water. With hot, dry summers and mild winters, Mallorca is a treat whenever you visit, whether you’re embarking on a city break in the capital, Palma, or a beach break on the spectacular coast.
We have a brilliant choice of villas in Mallorca, from luxurious, sprawling properties complete with sculpted lawns and large pools basking beneath the hot Spanish sun, to traditional, rustic stone villas ringed by rugged mountains, or with unobstructed views over the ocean. Our collection boasts properties in some of the island’s most sought-after destinations, including near Palma de Mallorca, vacation hotspot Pollenca, or perched amongst clifftops or rolling greenery.
Majorca is a stunning island with plenty of cultural sights to explore, and a picturesque, ancient capital city to wander. If you want to intersperse your adventure with some true pampering and relaxation, or you simply have a poolside island vacation in mind, our Majorca holiday villas with pools are the perfect places to stay. From pools with ocean views to ones towered over by the hilly landscape, our properties are sure to impress.
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If you're dreaming of Balearic beach break, the look no further than our luxury vacation rentals in Mallorca, many of which are close to the island's most beautiful beaches.
At just steps from the sand in popular resorts including Cala San Vicente, Palma and Puerto Pollença, these lovely, traditional Mallorca villas are the perfect places for family vacation in the sun, a romantic beachside couples break or a fun-filled group adventure.
Mallorca (also known as Majorca), is a small island off the West coast of Spain. It is directly opposite the city of Valencia and neighbors the islands of Menorca and Ibiza.
Mallorca is very easy to get to, with a bustling airport with plenty of flights coming in and out. If you cannot get a direct flight from your destination, there are certain to be plenty on offer with a stop elsewhere along the way. It is also possible to catch a ferry from Valencia on mainland Spain, which takes in the region of 7 hours to make the crossing.
There is one international airport on the island of Mallorca, of which all travelers and citizens can fly in and out of. It is the Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI), which is located close to the capital in Palma. From here, there are great transport links to access the rest of the island, including taxis and buses.
If you are hoping to visit both islands on one trip, then you’ll be pleased to know that the journey between the two is very reasonable, taking only an hour and 15 minutes to sail between the two. In fact, the journey time is so low, that you could even consider a day trip to experience more of the Balearic islands and make the most out of your vacation.
Mallorca is a Spanish island, close to the coast of the mainland of Spain. With that being said, it is no surprise that one of the languages spoken on Mallorca is Spanish, with Catalan also in frequent use. The local Mallorcan Catalan language varies slightly from that on the mainland, and can even vary from region to region on the island.
There are sharks in the Mediterranean, as it is a very large and warm sea. However, they don’t tend to approach land or humans, particularly the more dangerous species. In fact the last recorded shark attack in the Balearic Islands (including Ibiza and Menorca as well), was over a hundred years ago.
In the height of the summer season, the sea is generally a great temperature for swimming, with most tourists heading to the beaches throughout July to September. In the winter months, however, you may find the water is quite a bit cooler and not comfortable for swimming. In July, the average temperature of the water is 76.6 degrees Fahrenheit, whereas in January it drops to 57.9 degrees Fahrenheit.