Key holiday destinations in Majorca
Puerto Pollensa43 villas and apartments
Sóller27 villas and apartments
Cala d'Or34 villas and apartments
Port de Sóller6 villas and apartments
Sa Coma9 villas and apartments
Portals Nous3 villas and houses
Cala Ferrera1 apartment
Cala Millor5 villas and apartments
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We have 818 reviews of our villas in Majorca.
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.Read more
We had a lovely 10 night stay at Villa Crestatx. It's just the right size for two people with a good standard of facilities in the villa. The pool and outside spaces/gardens were excellent. Fresh bedding and towels were provided twice while we were there plus the pool was cleaned and gardens maintained to keep them in fabulous condition. We'd definitely book and stay there again in the future.Read more
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!Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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 youRead more
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Villas in Majorca
Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands. Lively resorts line the coast and the beaches here are some of the finest in Spain. But Majorca is more than just a sun-drenched escape! The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range stretches from the north eastern to south western region of the island and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The capital city Palma offers a vibrant nightlife set among the region’s classical architecture. The impressive Roman Gothic cathedral is one of Europe's largest, with a higher nave than Paris’s Notre-Dame.
Majorca is also famous for its pristine beaches - 250 in total, with 32 of them meeting Blue Flag standards. The southeast and southwest coasts are dotted with sweeping sandy bays that catch the day's sun, whilst the north tends to have more secluded pebble bays with crystal clear waters perfect for snorkeling. Venture inland and you’ll discover pine forests, rocky mountains and tinkling goat bells accompanying the manicured Moorish garden, underground caves and hidden lakes. Traditional villages showcase the island's stunning rural beauty.
Those looking to enjoy a local cocktail and a dance will find that the island's south coast offers plenty of bars, live music venues and a vibrant social scene - most of them located in the heart of Palma. The east offers a more tranquil stay, with smaller resorts and quieter beaches providing all the sun and serenity you need!
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.
Where to go in Majorca
Palma de Majorca
Palma de Majorca
Rent a villa in Palma, Majorca's capital, for a lively beach escape. Palma is within easy reach of Majorca's main amenities, sites and beaches, whilst the region's rich history, culture and nightlife means there is plenty to do and see.
Enjoy a low key holiday in Pollensa, a historic and charming market town in Majorca's north eastern tip and at the foot of the Tramantuna mountain range. The nearby port, Puerto Pollensa, has a sheltered bay with a long sandy beach.
Escape to Alcudia's sandy beaches for a more relaxed Majorcan holiday. The bay's warm shallow waters make this a family favourite for villa holidays. Alcudia also boasts a historic Roman town with wonderful markets, places to eat and a warm and lively atmosphere.
For an authentic Manorcan villa holiday, explore the cobbled streets of Soller and its port. This charming market town is quieter and more laid back than most of the island's other holiday resorts.
Rent a villa in Llucmajor in the southern part of Majorca. Discover sandy beaches and plenty of golf courses and other nearby activities. Llucmajor is a 30 minute drive from Palma de Mallorca airport
Andratx is a quaint and pretty little town in the south west corner of Majorca island, away from the main resorts. The town is 5km inland, with the nearby port offering stylish villas to rent.
A beginner's guide to villa holidays in Majorca
Majorca is the largest of the four Balearic Islands. Bigger, busier and more developed - it's a favourite with holidaymakers. The island's main airport, Palma de Mallorca airport, has direct flights to the UK and major European cities. The major low cost airlines like Ryanair, Easyjet, Jet2 and Monarch fly there as well as full service carriers like British Airways.
Majorca offers everything from busy resorts like Magaluf and S'Arenal to quiet beaches and charming towns such as Pollensa and Soller. The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range in the southwest to northeast side of the island has some charming old towns and villages, including Valldemossa and Deia; famous refuges for writers, artists and composers. Valldemossa is famous for its old Carthusian monastery where the composer Frédéric Chopin stayed with the French female writer George Sand (Baroness Amandine Dupin).
If you're after wide, sandy beaches then the southern coast offers plenty in the way of a relaxing beach escape. Discover golden sand and gentle waters glimmering in the sun's rays. The eastern part of the island is much quieter with charming old Majorcan towns nestled near sandy beaches - perfect family holidays. The north western part of Majorca is hillier and boasts some spectacular coves with pebble beaches and crystal clear waters. You won't get the long sunsets here though, as the Tramuntana range casts a shadow.
The weather in Majorca is temperate: the peak summer temperatures rarely exceed 30 degrees Celsius whilst in winter it can reach 15 or 18 degrees during the day. October to January is the wettest period but even then the island doesn't often see more than seven rainy days per month. The mild out-of-season climate makes it a wonderful retreat for winter sun escapes.
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.
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!
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...
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.
11 February 2019 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.
27 February 2019 Posted in Spain, Clickstay on Tour
Back in April, I had a cheeky 4 day break to Mallorca with my sister and our boyfriends. I know it has been a while, but I’m still day-dreaming about it. We stayed in my family’s shared apartment in Son Caliu, near Palma and Palmanova beach. And yes, it is also near Magaluf…
4 October 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain
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28 October 2019 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.
4 February 2019 Posted in Spain, Top Lists
Great babysitting and nanny service in Majorca (as well as some brilliant places to hire equipment too!)
8 February 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain
Looking for the perfect villa in Majorca with a private pool? Look no further! We've found 6 of the best for you...
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.