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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.Read more
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.Read more
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 :-)Read more
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.Read more
Wir hatten einen wunderschönen Aufenthalt . Das Haus ist blitzsauber geputzt. Ein ruhiger friedlicher Ort! Perfekt für einen romantischen Urlaub oder auch mit der Familie so wie wir gereist sind. Es wurde mit viel Liebe zum Detail eingerichtet. Der Garten bietet viele Möglichkeiten es sich gemütlich zu machen. Es gibt einen tollen Außengrill. Wir haben uns so wohl gefühlt und können absolut nichts bemängeln. Der Pool ist sehr klein, für Kinder zum planschen geeignet. Der Garten ist ca 12000 qm groß und bietet ausreichend Platz sich auch für eine längere Zeit wohl zu fühlen! Wir waren sehr glücklich dort und konnten die Liebe zu der Insel in vollen Zügen genießen. Zum nächsten Ort sind es ca 9 Minuten mit dem Auto. Unbedingt einen Suv oder Jeep mieten wegen der Straßenlage. Zu den nächsten Stränden sind es ca 25 Minuten mit dem Auto. Manacor ist eine wunderbare Stadt, ideal zum shoppen und ausgestattet mit netten kleinen Restaurants. Ein absolut reibungsloser Ablauf mit dem Gastgeber. Ruhe Garantiert! Preisleistung absolut gerechtfertigt! Ein ideales Haus zum wohlfühlen! Zum Flughafen ca 40 Minuten. Ich könnte noch ewig schwärmen über dieses Haus! Wo der Deutsche an sich kritisch ist, wurden all unsere Vorstellungen erfüllt! Unser letzter Aufenthalt in Mallorca war nicht annähernd so schön! Daumen hoch! Vielen Dank für diese schöne Woche! Alles war durchweg perfekt!Read more
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.Read more
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A quick overview of Majorca
Majorca is one of the Balearic Islands between Ibiza and Menorca. Rounded by over 500 km of coastline fringed with mesmerising coves and breath-taking beaches, it is the largest and arguably the most beautiful island in the cluster. The island’s capital, Palma, is the most popular city in the archipelago with loads of attractions at hand. The weather in Majorca is temperate: the peak summer temperatures rarely exceed 30 degrees Celsius whilst in winter it rarely drops below 18 degrees. Whether travelling alone, with friends or family, tourists flock here for the island’s diverse choice of holiday activities.
Key holiday info
- The main airport, Palma, is around a 2.5 to 3 hour direct flight from the UK.
- Daytime temperatures peak at approx. 30℃ in July and August, falling to around 15℃ in December and January.
- Sun-drenched Majorca sees 10 hours of daily sunshine during summer, sometimes peaking at 13 hours in July.
- The pleasant sea temperature is 26°C in the warmest month of August, and stays warm all year round.
- Majorca's main resorts are on the southern coasts east and west of Palma, while the northern part of the island is hillier and quieter.
How to get to Majorca
The island's main airport in Palma de Mallorca has direct flights from and to the UK and major European cities. A direct flight is usually around 2.5 hours long; and with low-cost airlines, you can even dig up a single ticket to Majorca for a song. Also, they might be in the know so make sure to check with your owner or agent on Clickstay regarding a transfer from the airport to their property. On the other hand, you can always grab a taxi or shuttle from the airport.
Where to stay in Majorca
Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, full of beautiful holiday resorts and gorgeous beaches; but Majorca is so much more than that. Staying close to the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range opens doors to an abundance of activities for outdoorsy types. Palma de Mallorca, the island’s capital, is a social and cultural hub where you can wander around historic quarters during the day and have a wild night afterwards. Portals Nous is just outside the capital. It’s a lovely little resort perfect for families who’d occasionally like to pop in and visit Palma, but also youth that came to the island to party. Quiet towns like Pollensa, Soller and Alcudia have a long history behind them and an easy beach access making them the perfect destinations for quiet villa getaways. Cala d'Or and Sa Coma are one of the most beautiful resorts on the island embellished by naturally sheltered family-friendly beaches. Cala Millor is the largest beach resort on the eastern coast with plenty of activities for kids and grown ups.
Beaches in Majorca
Out of 250 pristine beaches on the island, 32 of them fly the Blue Flag; and between family friendly beaches like Port d'Alcudia, Port de Pollensa and Playas De Sóller, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to beach fun. However, sometimes we like to be taken care of and a refreshing drink or a delicious meal to be brought to our beach lounger, with a tasteful choice of music playing in the background. Nikki Beach Mallorca in Calvia is one of those spots with a smooth atmosphere during the day that gradually picks up once the sun goes down.
Golf courses in Majorca
Majorca boasts around 20 courses, some of which aren’t official but offer a good game. A large number of golf courses is concentrated around the island’s capital, Palma, and one of the best courses in the Balearics is just outside the city. Son Muntaner is a very well looked after 18 holes course, opened in 2000. Son Gual is also near Palma de Mallorca. It’s an excellent 18 holes, par 72 course with perfectly kept fairways and greens. Another wonderful course lies in the north-eastern corner of the island, just outside Alcudia. Club de Golf Alcanada stretches from the coast inland, and offers gorgeous views of Alcudia Bay during the game. If you’re looking for a golfing holiday destination, then look no further than Majorca.
Things to do in Majorca
There’s plenty of things to see and do in Majorca. For sporty outdoorsy types, the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range is quite extensive and an excellent playground. For those looking to broaden their cultural horizons, there is plenty to learn about Majorca - for one, the impressive Roman Gothic cathedral in Palma is one of the largest in Europe, and its nave is higher than the nave in Paris’ Notre-Dame. If you’d like to enjoy scenic views, venture inland and explore forests, caves and hidden lakes. Traditional villages showcase the island's stunning rural beauty. For a busier holiday visit Palma, and for a lazy one try one of the easy-going villages like Portocolom.
Activities for kids in Majorca
If you’re planning a beach holiday in Majorca, then that’s half the work already done when it comes to entertaining kids. However, in case you need that extra push to make it out to the departure day, here are few ideas on where to take your little rascals. Katmandu is a very exciting theme park in Magaluf for which you can buy tickets online at lower price. There are several interesting amusement parks around Cala Millor including water parks that, apart from slides and pools, also have go-karts, bouncing castles and various rides. There are also several forestal parks with zipline and climbing activities on the island. There is one in Portals Nous, one in Santa Ponca and one in Ses Cadenes. Not far from that last one, there is a very interesting Palma Aquarium showcasing many species of fish, in Ca'n Pastilla.
Getting around Majorca
Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, actually it’s larger than any of the Spanish islands; but getting around the island is fairly easy. Taxis are available in all resorts and towns on the island, and are reasonably priced. Though car hire is a great option for getting around the island, using the bus system is an even better alternative; that is if you don’t have small children with you. The bus system covers the entire island. You can buy tickets at a ticket office, tobacco shop or kiosks - it’s fairly cheap and simple.
Where to eat in Majorca
There are plenty of choices where to eat in Majorca, from posh or family friendly restaurants to cheap, rustic and restaurants with long history behind them. Sea Club Cap Rocat is in an old military fortress in Cala Blava. The restaurant offers wonderful views of the coast, delicious dishes and great service. Es Celler in Petra is a charming restaurant with good character and an even better menu. Ca Na Toneta in Caimari is a Mediterranean restaurant giving priority to putting local produce on the table. The menu varies depending on the season, but never seems to disappoint.
The capital Palma is pretty much pulsating all year round; and come summer, beach resorts also become alive with the sound of music. Though many resorts in Majorca are family friendly, that does not mean they’re not filled with excellent bars waiting for night owls to venture in. Basically, apart from Palma, you’ll have a great time in any of the resorts around it, including S’Arenal, Magaluf, Ca'n Pastilla and Portals Nous. Even though other parts of the island are somewhat quiet; some resorts, like Port de Sóller and Cala d'Or, may surprise you.
Shopping in Majorca
From rough and ready Spanish street markets selling local produce and whatnots to lavish shopping malls selling whole kit and caboodle and everything in between, shopping in Majorca can be quite enjoyable. There are all kinds of stores and shops in Fan shopping mall, in Palma. Of course there’s everything in there - you can practically move in and live in it, but it lacks that Spanish authenticity you came to Majorca to feel. The authenticity felt while walking through Inca Market and Consell Flea Market - the smell of fresh produce and the feel of fabric in your hand.
Did you know...
- Nearly half of Majorca's population resides in Palma de Majorca, the island's capital.
- Puig Major in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains reaches 1445m in height, boasting the highest peak among the Balearic islands!
- Majorca boasts some spectacular cave systems decorated with giant stalactites and stalagmites rising from its lakes.
- Even though Majorca was first inhabited around 7000BC, the first to conquer the island were the Romans in 123BC.
- One of the largest cathedrals in Spain, La Seu, was built on a site of a former mosque after the island was taken back from the Moors.
Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Majorca and what to do on your holiday in Majorca.
3 March 2020 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!
4 March 2020 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...
4 March 2020 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain
Pack your bags - we're all going to Majorca! The queen of the Balearic Islands, this isle boasts beauty, beaches and bewildering sights in abundance. From ruins to castles, we've rounded up the top 8 things to see and do in marvellous Majorca.
4 March 2020 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain
Majorca is one of the most popular destinations for a family holiday in Spain. Its beautiful beaches, brief flight time, fantastic food and plethora of things to do make is the perfect for a sunny getaway with the kids. We've narrowed it down to 6 of the best things to do in Majorca with kids, which all promise a memorable, fun-filled day for the entire family.
9 March 2020 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain
The sunny weather and gorgeous sandy beaches of Majorca make it one of the most popular holiday destinations. If you are not sure where on the island to base yourself, read on; we reveal the best places for every sort of holiday-maker.
4 March 2020 Posted in Spain, Top Lists
Great babysitting and nanny service in Majorca (as well as some brilliant places to hire equipment too!)