2-bedroom Villas in Majorca
Scenic and seductive, Majorca charms holidaymakers with its picture-perfect beaches, lush landscapes, and historic and cultural attractions.
2 Bedroom villas in Majorca
Majorca is home to a wide array of luxury 2 bedroom villas—from cliff top holiday homes, to rustic countryside retreats and chic, ultra-modern vacation rentals.
Your 2 bedroom villa in Majorca
comes complete with all the essentials for an idyllic getaway with friends and family: a private pool, plenty of living spaces for indoor and outdoor relaxation, and plush bedrooms that facilitate a restful slumber. A dedicated concierge service ensures that you won’t have to lift a single finger throughout your stay.
Attractions, activities and dining in Majorca
Majorca is a paradise for beach lovers. The island boasts over 250 beaches, so there are myriad options to choose from—whether you’re seeking expansive white sand beaches, or secluded coves bordered by cliffs.
Alcudia Beach, Playa de Muro, Puerto Pollensa and Cala d’Or
are some of our favourite beaches on the island. These venues, offering calm, shallow waters and a wide range of amenities—including restaurants, beach facilities and rental shops—are popular with families and Majorca 2 bedroom villa vacationers.
With plenty of activities to choose from, your day at the beach can be as laid back or adrenaline-fuelled as you’d like it to be. You can stretch out on a lounger and bask under the sun, go on a boat trip, or try out water sports like jet skiing, water skiing and parasailing.
And there’s more to the destination than its spectacular beaches. Majorca’s diverse landscapes and mild Mediterranean climate makes the island an outdoor lover’s paradise. Hiking and cycling are popular activities all year round, and there are a vast variety of trails to cater to Majorca 2 bedroom villa vacationers of all ages and abilities.
The Lluc Monastery
, a popular pilgrimage site, occupies a breathtaking location in the Tramuntana Mountains
. It’s also the starting point for a variety of hiking routes. Cycling in the mountains is a great way to enjoy its stunning scenery, and you’ll find some of the most challenging trails on the island here—especially if you’re cycling Puig Major
, the highest peak in Majorca.
If you’re looking for more leisurely rides or hiking routes, make for the S'Albufera Nature Reserve
. The wetland nature reserve is home to several easy trails that are suitable for children. There are a variety of coastal cycling routes all around the island too, and these are also a great option for relaxed family bike rides.
For a dose of culture and history, head to the old town of Palma
. It’s home to key attractions like La Seu, the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, Es Baluard Contemporary Art Museum and Museu Fundació Joan March/strong>. Combine your visit here with a trip to the Bellver Castle, a 14th century Gothic castle that also houses the city’s history museum.
Majorca’s flourishing dining scene offers something for every Majorca 2 bedroom villa vacationer, no matter your palate. Many of the resorts and towns offer a good selection of dining establishments, ranging from Michelin-starred venues (Zaranda, Marc Fosh, Voro), to stylish tapas bars (Vandal Palma) and cosy eateries (Mestís).
Experience the best of the island’s nightlife at party hot spots like Palma, S’Arenal and Magaluf. And even if partying isn’t the main attraction elsewhere on the island, you’ll find that many of the seasonal resorts offer options for late night entertainment during the peak season.