A villa in Majorca is the ultimate setting for a fun-filled holiday in Spain. Lively resorts line the coast, and the beaches are said to be some of the best in the Balearics. These range from sweeping, golden bays ideal for basking in the Mediterranean sun to hidden pebbly coves perfect for snorkelling in the clear, warm waters. Inland, pine forests, rocky mountains and tinkling goat bells accompany manicured Moorish gardens and extraordinary, sonorous caves with subterranean lakes, and many pretty, unspoilt Spanish villages.
Palma, the capital, has many cultural, historic and culinary delights in its small centre and is well worth a visit; the compact size of the island means that wherever your villa is in Majorca it won't take long to get there. Meander the narrow streets and browse the chic shopping areas, see the impressive Gothic cathedral, towering over the upmarket marina, or check out the Picasso and Miro masterpieces in the contemporary art museum.