Mallorca also spelt Majorca is one of the most popular Balearic Islands, located just off the east coast of Spain. With plenty of gorgeous beaches, Mediterranean sunshine and both vibrant nightlife and famous historical attractions, it’s the ideal holiday location for all kinds of travellers. Renting a villa in Mallorca is one of the best ways to enjoy exploring the island at your own pace and getting the most out of your me-time, whether you’re visiting with the family or a large group of friends.
We have a range of different Mallorca villas available to stay in when you visit the island, many of which have their own private pools and terraces as well as stunning views across the coastline. Have a browse of our Majorca selection below.
£655.17 - £1670.67 /week
£807.60 - £4503.18 /week
£956.20 - £3598.67 /week
VILLA PERICA ALMA
£891.59 - £2681.24 /week
£1007.89 - £4445.04 /week
£859.29 - £3198.10 /week
£805.85 - £2194.81 /week
£855.37 - £2213.52 /week
Can Toni Aumadrava
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£2650.00 - £4150.00 /week
El Vilar 60
£3500.00 - £7295.00 /week
£2995.00 - £7225.00 /week
Finca Can Plana
£1013.28 - £3612.55 /week
Apartment Vora Mar 2H
£837.05 - £1321.66 /week
Apartment Vora Mar 2G
£793.00 - £1233.55 /week
Casa La Crevetas
£1321.66 - £4317.44 /week
£616.78 - £1779.84 /week
LA PUNTA PERICAS
£859.29 - £3876.49 /week
PLAYA DE MURO 2
£1091.88 - £3966.94 /week
£7695.00 - £9295.00 /week
If you can’t quite find what you’re looking for or would like some help making your booking, please get in touch.
Mallorca is a relatively large island, meaning that visitors are spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing where to stay. Take a look at the below areas in Majorca to find out more about some of the most popular locations and the holiday villas available there.
When you imagine a paradise island, Mallorca is pretty much identical to what comes to mind. Surrounded by the stunning turquoise sea, lined with secret coves and golden beaches, covered in gorgeous greenery and dotted with fascinating towns and cities, it’s a Mediterranean holiday destination that truly has it all.
Mallorca is a Mediterranean island, which means that it enjoys relatively hot and sunny weather all year round. If you really want to max out on high temperatures and sunshine then the best time to visit is between June and September, which is part of the high season for tourism.
If you’d prefer less intense heat and fewer crowds then March to May or October are the best months to visit, or you can come to stay over the winter season to enjoy a more authentic atmosphere, milder weather conditions and lower prices.
You can read more about the best time to visit Mallorca here.
One of the most popular things to do in Mallorca is spending time on the beach enjoying the warm weather and swimming in the sea. There is a huge range of beaches to choose from across the island, whether you’re looking for long stretches of sand lined with cafes and restaurants or secluded coves with stunning views of the ocean.
Mallorca also has a brilliant range of sightseeing attractions, from the Alfabia Gardens to the Old Town in Alcúdia. It’s also quite a popular Spanish holiday destination for hiking, with plenty of established trails through the hills and mountains that are suitable for all abilities.
For more information on the best things to do in Mallorca, click here.
The best places to go in Mallorca will really depend on what you’re looking for from the location. Those who want to enjoy a lively atmosphere and plenty of shops, bars and restaurants will enjoy places like Palma, history fans will love Pollensa, those looking for glitz and glamour should visit Puerto Portals, and if you’re looking to get off the beaten track then Banyalbufar should be at the top of your list.
If you’re looking for more recommendations on where to go in Mallorca, check out this guide.
Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we get from our guests who are planning on staying in a villa in Mallorca.
Both Catalan and Spanish are the official languages of Mallorca, but the island is officially a part of Spain and therefore is a Spanish destination.
Ensaïmada is one of Mallorca’s most famous pastries and a unique type of food that comes from the island, consisting of a sweet bread dough rolled into a spiral and glazed with pork lard.
Sometimes Mallorca gets a bad reputation for being overrun with tourists, but this is not true of the majority of the island. In peak season some of the biggest towns and cities will be very busy, especially in the evening, but there are still plenty of places on the island that remain unbothered by tourism and promise peace and quiet all year round.
If you’ve been inspired by our range of villas in Mallorca, check out some of our other destinations on the island.