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3 bedroom Majorcan holiday villa rental with private pool
August 2019

Firstly I want to say thank you to Gabriel for the fabulous welcome package. It was such a nice touch, and very much appreciated. The house is lovely, as is the pool. It's very remote apart from the neighbouring barking dogs and noisy donkey. We had an issue with the power to the house and it was sorted very quickly. The only downside would be no aircon, so i would imagine in the height of summer that it would be too hot, especially at night, as the fans would not be enough. All in all a beautiful house in a remote location with a very friendly owner.

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Renter: Jacqueline
Jacqueline Family from Banbury, United Kingdom
4 bedroom villa with private pool in Majorca, Balearic Islands
July 2019

What superb hosts Geronimo & Madeleine are. They brought us homemade cake, a brand new umbrella for the pool, turned the pool lights out at night so that we could star gaze, taught us how to pick and eat prickly pears and showed us round their fields. The pool was the cleanest we’ve ever seen in 25 years of renting villas. We lived outside and Majorca was experiencing above average July/Aug temperatures, reaching 39C. The only thing we could have done with was more powerful bedroom fans. Would highly recommend this villa, the whole booking procedure with Clickstay has been faultless. Thankyou!

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Renter: Richard
Richard Family from Harpenden, United Kingdom
5 bedroom Majorcan villa to rent
July 2019

Casa Marcos is a wondrefrul villa in a quiet location yet only a short drive to Cala Millor with its lovely beaches/shops/restaurants, etc. Vicente, the owner, is a great host and nothing was too much trouble. We called him on our first night as we could not find the outdside lights and he was over in 10 mins and sorted it for us. I would recommed this villa to anyone looking to stay on the eastern coastline of Mallorca as its location is superb. Excellent stay.

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Renter: Ian
Ian Family from Reading, United Kingdom
3 bedroom villa to rent in Majorca, Balearic Islands
June 2019

The pictures do not do this villa justice, it is wonderful. The remote location is very peaceful and beautiful, you will definitely need sat nav to find it but so worth it. The villa is modern and clean with lovely home style touches. The garden is well maintained and radiates the care and thought that has gone into it. The pool is the icing on the cake which was very clean. The location is inland and is perfect for day trips to anywhere on the island, with nowhere more than an hour or so drive away. I would highly recommend this villa, we couldn't find any faults and would definitely return.

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Renter: Carina
Carina Friends from Bicester, United Kingdom
5 bedroom holiday villa in Majorca, Balearic Islands, with private pool
June 2019

We were delighted with the villa, the agent, the location and the facilities. There was a some construction work going on close by but this did not distract from our experience or enjoyment. The daily clean was unexpected and very welcome.

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Renter: Philip
Philip Large group from Farnham, United Kingdom
2 bedroom villa rental in Majorca, Balearic Islands
February 2019

Well appointed, comfortable cottage in a quiet location, well away from tourist hotspots. The cottage is completely surrounded by its own land, giving access to sun all day. Isobella and Tony were very welcoming and provided lots of information and very useful welcome pack, because of there being a bank holiday the day after we arrived. Very thoughtful. The only issue which needs to be addressed is that the Clickstay/Novasol email confirmation we received contained an incorrect telephone number for Isobella. This did cause some confusion. Overall, a very pleasant stay. Thank you

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Renter: Janet
Janet Couple from Durham, United Kingdom

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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 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.

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

Majorca

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.

Ibiza

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.

Menorca

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?

A beginner's guide to renting a holiday villa in the Balearics

The Balearics are, in one word, eclectic. The archipelago off the eastern coast of Spain is compromised 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. But with so many stunning destinations to choose from, how do you make a choice?

Easy! 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! 

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.

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.

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.

Discover Balearic Islands

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

8 Hidden Gems in the Balearic Islands

5 July 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain

Whilst the Balearic Islands are certainly hotspots for holiday goers, there are still plenty of hidden treasures off the beaten track to be enjoyed. Amongst myriad secret beaches, mouthwatering restaurants and bustling markets, here are some of our favourite Balearic gems...

Quiz: The Balearic Islands

11 March 2019 Posted in Spain

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

Five of the Best Restaurants in Pollensa, Mallorca

8 February 2019 Posted in Spain, Top Lists

Pollensa is best known for its picturesque, rural surroundings and traditional Spanish charm, which has resisted change from the steady increase in tourism to Majorca. Now, the cobblestone town and beautiful harbour is quickly becoming a must-visit destination for avid foodies.

12 Reasons Why Mallorca Is Still The Most Popular Holiday Destination

8 February 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain

Even after fifty years of mass tourism, Mallorca still holds the throne over the summer season. Boasting miles of aquamarine coastline, breath-taking nature, landscapes to arouse adventure, and golden beaches to soothe the soul, it is no suprise that it remains so popular. Here are 12 reasons why Mallorca is still the most popular summer destination, and we would recommend visiting it this summer!

Top 10 Mind-Blowing Restaurants In Majorca

8 February 2019 Posted in Spain, Top Lists

When you go on holiday you go for the wonderful culture, the sights, the landmarks, the history... and the food. And Majorca's menu will certainly not disappoint, with fresh meat, tapas and some of the best sea-food in the Balearics. Here are 10 amazing restaurants in Majorca bound to get your taste-buds tingling...  

9 Things You SHOULDN'T Do When Visiting Menorca

8 February 2019 Posted in Spain, Destinations

With more beaches than Ibiza and Majorca combined and plenty of wonderful old towns, harbours and markets to explore, Menorca really is one of the Balearic's most underrated islands. So they say! Whilst it is only getting more popular summer by summer, with the fantastic Menorca weather, along with its unspoilt beaches and laid-back atmosphere, we can think of 9 things you should definitely avoid when thinking of Menorca holidays...

10 Photos to Inspire a Holiday to Majorca

11 February 2019 Posted in Spain, Destinations

Known for its beach resorts, sheltered coves, limestone mountains and Roman and Moorish remains, the island of Majorca (or Mallorca) in Spain is still a stunning holiday destination despite the swathes of tourists visiting each year.

10 Photos To Inspire A Holiday To Ibiza

21 February 2019 Posted in Spain, Inspirations

The White Isle of Ibiza is known as much more than simply the party capital of the Balearic Islands. In fact, it's one of the hottest family holiday destinations in Spain. Think quintessential Spanish villages, family-friendly beach resorts, delicious cuisine and colourful market stalls. It's the ultimate paradisiacal island for a villa holiday. We'll prove it to you...

10 Reasons NOT to go on Holiday to Ibiza!

8 February 2019 Posted in Spain, Top Lists

You’ll find the small island of Ibiza amongst the Balaeric Islands off the coast of Spain…it’s less than three hours away on a plane from the UK and is a top holiday destination for many but think twice before heading to Ibiza for your holiday!

11 Photos That Prove Palma Is The Perfect Getaway

4 July 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain

Mallorca's gorgeous capital city is easy to love. Think beautiful lake-side promenades decorated with palm trees, epic baroque architecture and colourful winding streets, and of course, gorgeous sandy beaches and scenery. Falling for this place is inevitable. Don't believe us? Here 11 photos of Palma de Mallorca that are bound to prove it...