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2 bedroom holiday villa in Majorca, Balearic Islands, with private pool
January 2020

Eine wunderschöne kleine Finca für alle die die ländliche Einsamkeit lieben. Die Ausstattung war sehr gut. Vom Fön über Wäscheklammern bis zur Orangenpresse war alles vorhanden. Wir haben uns sehr über die kleine Kühlschrankfüllung und das Obst direkt zur Ankunft gefreut. Ich würde ein geländetaugliches Auto empfehlen.. Supermärkte sind in wenigen Minuten erreichbar... Wir haben uns als Familie sehr wohl gefühlt.

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Renter: Katja
2 bedroom holiday villa in Majorca, Balearic Islands, with private pool
January 2020

Es una casa de campo que está vallada y provista de absolutamente todo lo necesario, lavadora, cafetera de capsulas, una barbacoa, piscina pequeña pero suficiente para un chapuzón y está ubicada en medio del campo cerca de Manacor, con lo que a 40 minutos estás en algunas de las mejores playas de la isla, y a 45 min de Palma, Cala Mesquida o Es Trenc... la ubicación facilitada por la agencia es errónea, por lo que de noche nos fue imposible encontrar la casa, pero el propietario un señor muy simpático nos vino a recoger. El sitio es ideal para los que buscan tranquilidad y sosiego, estar aislados del ruido y las zonas turísticas.Fuimos en agosto con nuestras dos Hijas quienes disfrutaron de lo lindo jugando en el campo.

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Renter: María José
María José
4 bedroom villa with private pool in Majorca, Balearic Islands
January 2020

Everything was fantastic including the smooth key collection at the airport. If the owners wanted to make any improvements then I would suggest a new barbecue as the one that is there is very small and not working properly. Other than that it was fantastic.

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Renter: Will
2 bedroom holiday villa in Majorca, Balearic Islands, with private pool
January 2020

Finca war wirklich super. Sehr abgelegen, keine Nachbarn. Die Bilder entsprechend der Realität. Finca war sehr sauber und man merkt, dass die Besitzer dort auch selbst gelegentlich wohnen - viel Liebe zum Detail. Wir würden wieder kommen :-)

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Renter: Holger
2 bedroom holiday villa in Majorca, Balearic Islands, with private pool
January 2020

Maison très agréable, bien aménagée, arrangée avec goût. L’endroit est tranquille, en pleine nature. Les propriétaires sont accueillants. Tout est bien pensé pour un séjour sans histoires. Nous sommes arrivés tard le soir et le frigo était rempli pour le dîner et le petit-déjeuner du lendemain. Penser à appeler les propriétaires une 1/2 heure avant d’arriver. Nous les remercions chaleureusement de leur gentillesse.

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Renter: Jean-charles
2 bedroom holiday villa in Majorca, Balearic Islands, with private pool
January 2020

Wonderful place for those looking for absolute peace. Difficult to find , the owners son, Sebastian, helped us twice to find the place. With the help of (Hidden by Airbnb) live location, it was easy going after the first day. A car is an absolute must. The Finca was spotlessly clean, fresh fruit, coffee, water, milk etc was provided. Towels and bed linen, more than enough available. Manacor is closest for every day shopping, sponaneous cup of coffee etc, no tourism and nothing very special. With a car, you can reach the coast in 15 minutes. Lovely bay in Cala Mendia and Cala Romantica. We arrived in April and the Finca was quite cold, but with the heater and lighting the fire, we soon had the place nice and cosy. The place is very safe, electric gate at the entrance. of the property. We would have prefered a Dishwasher rather than a washing machine,;-) We would definately recommend this Finca.

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Renter: Susan

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Villas rentals in the Balearic Islands

You can’t go wrong with the Balearics. Whichever island you choose to visit, each offers something unique, with easy access via air and sea. With daily ferry rides between islands and mainland Spain, why see one island when you can explore them all! Trips to neighbouring resorts can take up to 6 hours, but are well worth it for the stunning views.

The archipelago off the eastern coast of Spain is comprised of four islands: Ibiza, Formentera, Majorca and Menorca. All four are easily accessible, with Ibiza, Majorca and Menorca having their own international airports. Formentera is only a short boat ride from Ibiza. The islands are known for their pleasant Mediterranean climate, with sunshine all year round.

The Balearics are the complete package when it comes to beach holidays. With their pleasant Mediterranean climate, stunning coastlines, vibrant markets and cosmopolitan atmosphere, they offer a sun-drenched escape like no other. Beautifully diverse, explore colourful cities like Eivissa and Palma, or enjoy the laid back life at fishing towns like Es Grau and Soller. Join the energetic crowds at world-class nightclubs like Amnesia, or soak up the lively atmosphere at Platja Den Bossa. Watch the streets come to life with flamboyant fiestas and relax in quaint cafés like Antiquari. Think long beach walks and majestic sunsets; yes, the Balearics are truly islands of contrast!

Holidaymakers visit for the beauty but find themselves immersed in the islands' rich culture and history. Buildings from the 12th Century, archaeological sites dating back to 600BC and remnants from the Spanish Civil War adorn this archipelago. Apart from their glorious coastlines, the islands also boast stunning untouched mountain regions and nature trails. Cyclists, hikers, mountain bikers and climbers feel right at home here. Child-friendly venues can be found scattered around the three main islands, from water parks to zoos and horse riding schools.

Aside from the fact that they all boast some amazing sandy, pebbled and Blue Flag beaches, the crystal clear, turquoise Mediterranean provides plenty of opportunities for water sports, from sailing to snorkeling, kayaking to parasailing. There's also no shortage of shopping areas in the Balearics, with a diverse choice from colourful flea markets to up-and-coming boutiques. There are also plenty of restaurants selling traditional and international cuisines, from Tapas to Eggs Benedict!

Clickstay offers a wide range of properties in the Balearics. Try our luxury villas in Ibiza, family-friendly villas in Majorca or traditional villas in Menorca and experience the best of the Balearics with Clickstay.

Key holiday info

  • Ibiza, Majorca and Menorca have international airports with direct flights from major cities world-wide.
  • The average daytime temperature in July and August is 31°C, with 11 hours of sunshine.
  • The pleasant Meditteranean sea is 26°C during the summer, dropping to 15℃ in winter.
  • Road infrastructure is well maintained on all islands of the archipelago. Mountainous regions can be easily reached via car or bicycle.

Where to go in Balearic Islands


Our villas in Majorca are the perfect setting for a fun-filled holiday in Spain. Discover lively beach resorts, contemporary culture in the capital of Palma, traditional Spanish villages and unexplored island coves. Majorca also has its historical gems. Holidaymakers flock to the island for a relaxing holiday in the sun, but you might end up surprised by the island's rich culture and history. There is plenty for families to see and do here too. Hiking, cycling and climbing are just some of the popular activities available in Majorca. Unlike Ibiza, which is a city that never sleeps, Majorca can be quieter but still lively, especially in the capital, Palma.


There’s much more to the White Isle than its famous party scene. Think quintessential Spanish villages, family-friendly beach resorts, delicious cuisines and colourful market stalls. It's the ultimate destination for a villa holiday. Ibiza is by far the liveliest of the four islands, but there are some family-friendly regions and resorts on the island too. The party capital is home to the biggest names in music during summer, and summers here are long. The island pulsates with everything from electronica and dance, to acoustic mellow sounds. But if clubs are not your scene, there is plenty to explore when it comes the island's fascinating history. The first inhabitants came to Ibiza around 5,000BC. Since then, the island has been a home to numerous nations and races, as is still known for its eclectic crowds.


Menorca's glorious weather makes it the perfect destination for golf, water sports and relaxing on the beach. For added luxury, why not rent one of our villas in Menorca with a private pool? Menorca is the place to go if you are looking for a low-key holiday in picturesque surroundings. There are very few quiet villages like Soller and Fornalutx on Majorca and even fewer like Portinatx in Ibiza. Menorca's villages, especially the coastal ones, are quaint, quiet, pristine and most likely settled behind Blue Flag beaches. Kids should enjoy a visit to Splash Sur Menorca water park, in the southwest of the island near Punta Prima while parents can unwind in a modern up-beat or subtle artsy cafe. The choices are endless.

Did you know...

  • Over 13 million tourists visit the Balearics Islands each year.
  • Some businesses may close during siesta, but stay open until the early hours.
  • Drinking tap water is not advised due to its high mineral content. Tap water in Playa De En Bossa is especially salty.
  • The Balearic Islands belong to the kingdom of Spain. Though UK citizens must carry a passport, citizens from the EU need only a valid ID card.
  • The archipelago has 10 hours of daily sunshine for 10 months of the year.

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Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Balearic Islands and what to do on your holiday in Balearic Islands.

Canaries or Balearics: which islands are better?

9 March 2020 Posted in Spain, Inspirations

The Canary and the Balearic Islands of Spain have so much in common; sun, sea and sand, and a loyal base of holiday-makers who tend to return year after year. Ideally, you’d zip off to both destinations this year, but suppose you had to choose… which set of islands is better, and why?

Quiz: The Balearic Islands

11 March 2019 Posted in Spain

How well do you know the Balearic Islands? Well enough to score 11/11?