Holiday Villas in Mallorca
Impressive Cala Sant Vicenç villa with pretty pool areaPollenca - Cala Sant Vicenc
Idyllic location in the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana, set in an impressive, private plot of 36,000 m², there are wonderful views both from the house and the pretty pool area. The beautiful sandy coves, shops and restaurants of Cala Sant Vicenç are just 3 minutes’ drive away.Price per week:£705-£3959Sleeps:7Pool:YesRef:FIN2806
Attractive villa with a crystal clear pool, set on a private and serine tree lined avenueCala d'Or - Cala d'Or
This villa is a chic property perfect for any family getaway. This secret hideaway can be found on a private and serine tree lined avenue. It is conveniently located within a few minutes' walk to the traditional fishing village and natural harbour of Porto Petro.Price per week:£1110-£3859Sleeps:6Pool:YesRef:VIL2858
Elegant historical home with swimming pool, just a short walk from the charming SollerPort de Soller - Port de Soller
A 17th century manor house with swimming pool, just a short walk from the heart of charming Soller, one of Mallorca's loveliest towns. Offering seven bedrooms and the perfect combination of historic style and contemporary touches, the property has been recently converted into a fine holiday home.Price per week:£5239-£10385Sleeps:14Pool:YesRef:CAN2852
Idyllic family holiday home in the Son Macia valleyCala d'Or - Son Macia
Beautifully presented and lovingly cared for family villa situated in an idyllic hillside location surrounded by vineyards, meadows with wild flowers and golden cornfields. The village of Son Macia is only few minutes away and has a beautiful plaza with Tapas bars & excellent local restaurants.Price per week:£505-£4372Sleeps:8Pool:YesRef:FIN2799
Beautiful Farmhouse set in the Pollenca HillsPollenca - Pollenca
300 year old, stone farmhouse full of charm and character with pool set in the spectacular Son March valley of Pollenca Hills amidst undulating countryside with views towards pine clad mountains.Price per week:£1317-£4265Sleeps:6Pool:YesRef:CAN2750
Luxury villa with infinity swimming pool and wonderful views from the sea-facing terracesPort de Soller - Port de Soller
Enjoy the most beautiful sun-sets from your sea-facing terraces and infinity swimming pool in this exclusive part of the Deia-Soller coastline, one of Mallorca's most stunning destinations. Located on the cliffside, you will experience the true peace and beauty that this area has to offer.Price per week:£13157-£13157Sleeps:6Pool:YesRef:CAN2850
Rustic new style house with pool and open views to the surrounding country areasCala d'Or - Cala d'Or
This villa is a beautiful, rustic, new style house for 8-people, set in a quiet, rural area near to the Natural Park Mondrago with its beautiful sandy beaches and walking routes perfect for outdoor lovers and explorers. An ideal retreat away, the perfect place to enjoy and relax in the summer.Price per week:£1103-£4120Sleeps:8Pool:YesRef:VIL2857
Superb property 1km from the entrance to cosmopolitan Cala d'OrCala d'Or - Cala d'Or
Located off a quiet country lane in open countryside with panoramic views yet only 1km from the entrance to cosmopolitan Cala d'Or so is within walking distance to an array of restaurants & boutique shops. Ideal for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers or well known personalities requiring privacy.Price per week:£1317-£6708Sleeps:12Pool:YesRef:ESJ2795
Luxurious family holiday home in Cala Sant Vicenc.Pollenca - Cala Sant Vicenc
This is a most extravagant villa and definitely has the "WOW" factor in abundance. Only two minutes walk from the sandy coves of Cala Sant Vicenc, waterside restaurants, tapas bars and all amenities are within easy walking distancePrice per week:£1823-£6508Sleeps:8Pool:YesRef:CAV2767
A wonderful high-end holiday home just a short walk from Cala Deia beachPort de Soller - Port de Soller
Just a short walk from an enchanting beach and one of the island's best fish restaurants, this villa is a wonderful high-end holiday home with swimming pool for family or friends wishing to discover this beautiful corner on the island of Mallorca. Has been restored to a very high standard.Price per week:£6332-£8916Sleeps:8Pool:YesRef:VIL2851
An island idyll nestled in the Mediterranean Sea, Mallorca is a beautiful location to take a break. One of Spain’s treasured Balearic Islands, Mallorca has been enthralling visitors for decades, and it’s easy to see why tourists flock to the golden shores in their droves.
Mallorca’s incredible attractions
Mallorca is a popular beach holiday destination, but it has something to offer everyone. If you can bear to tear yourself away from your sun lounger, you’ll find a host of impressive attractions and some fun-packed activities on offer. Palma, the enigmatic capital city, is a wonderful place to while away a few hours. A cosmopolitan city, it boasts everything from exclusive beach clubs and bars to a stunning cathedral, which dates back to the 1300’s. Nearby Palau de l'Almudaina is also well worth a visit. A beautiful nod to the island’s Moorish heritage, this sprawling palace started life as a fort. Other places of interest on the island include Cuevas del Drach, a mysterious network of underground caverns, Bellver Castle and Palma Aquarium. Children will also love the giant Hidropark water park in the popular resort of Alcudia.
If you’re a foodie, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to eating out in Mallorca. There is a strong Spanish influence, and you’ll find plenty of cafes and restaurants serving up tapas throughout the day and classic dishes such as paella. Seafood is also widely available, so don’t miss out on the catch of the day. Vegetables play a very important role in Mallorcan cuisine, which is famed for being healthy and fresh. Look out for dishes that contain locally-produced Ramellet tomatoes.
There’s plenty to keep you busy in Mallorca. You’ll find a dazzling array of water sports available at the most popular resorts of Alcudia, Palma, Cala Nova and Santa Ponsa, and you can also get your pulses racing with off-road island tours and speedboat trips. Hire a jet ski or a kayak or stay on dry land and take a hike. If you’re feeling energetic, there are also some excellent mountain biking routes, which afford amazing sea views.
Mallorca enjoys a pleasant Mediterranean climate, with warm summers and mild winters. In the summer months, the mercury can rise to over 30 degrees, while temperatures rarely fall into single figures even in the depths of winter. July and August are the most popular times to visit, but you’re almost guaranteed sunshine between May and October. The wettest months are November to February, with an average of 5 rainy days per month. Due to the fact that you’re never too far from the coast wherever you are on the island, you can also enjoy a refreshing breeze to keep you cool when the sun is beating down.
If you’re thinking of travelling to Mallorca, you won’t be disappointed. This is a destination that truly has it all. From glistening golden beaches and quaint mountain villages to ancient churches and castles and adventure parks, you’ll never get bored of magical Mallorca.