Palma
from A$ 395
per night

Las Rocas Beach Villa

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms
Palma
from A$ 1,093
per night

Villa Palma Swallows

10 pers. max. 5 bedrooms

Why You Should Stay in Palma Villas

Palma, the capital of the Balearic Islands, is located on the southern coast of Mallorca. It’s been hailed by ‘The Sunday Times’ as one of the best places to live in, and it’s not difficult to figure out why.
The city ticks off all the right boxes: picturesque beaches, impressive historic and cultural attractions, intriguing museums, Gothic churches and a lively dining scene.

Villas in Palma

There are a wide range of luxury villas in Palma to accommodate different types of travellers—from couples on a romantic retreat, to families with young children and large group getaways.
Your Palma villa is ideally located, so you get the best of both worlds—having the convenience of being located close to the heart of the city, while enjoying the tranquility and privacy of staying in a quiet residential area.
The interiors are beautifully appointed, featuring a mix of traditional and modern decor; the exposed stone walls and vaulted ceilings blend in seamlessly with contemporary furnishings and art works. You can relax at one of the many outdoor spaces in your Palma villa: stroll through the lush gardens, dine alfresco at the terrace or enjoy a barbecue by the poolside.

Family activities in Palma

From your Palma villa, it takes a 10 to 20 minutes’ drive to arrive at Palma Aquarium. Your kids will enjoy the touch pool, ocean exhibits and the AquaDome—an immersive 3D experience that educates visitors about humpback whales.
The train ride to Soller is another family-friendly experience not to be missed. It’s quite an experience riding the vintage train, and the journey through tunnels, viaducts and bridges offers jaw-dropping views.

Activities and points of interest in Palma

There’s so much to explore in Palma.
Soak up the sun at Playa de Palma, a beach that boasts local amenities and a wide selection of beach clubs, bars and restaurants.
Take a stroll along Paseo del Borne (or Passeig des Born), a promenade flanked by lofty trees and beautiful buildings. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants for people watching, and a range of designer boutiques—if you’re in the mood for shopping.
Your Palma villa manager can help with purchasing tickets and making transport arrangements to cultural attractions like the Castell de Bellver, Palma Cathedral (or La Seu), the Royal Palace of La Almudaina and Fundació Miró Mallorca.

Palma’s restaurants, cafes & bars

A private dining experience at your Palma villa is extraordinary—but so is the local dining scene.
Fancy steak or seafood? You can’t go wrong with The Merchant. DINS Santi Taura, a Michelin-starred restaurant offers two types of dining options: you can order from the ala carte menu, or enjoy a tasting menu experience that’s personally served by chef Santi Taura.
Then there’s De Tokio a Lima, a stunning venue that dishes out Japanese, Peruvian and Mediterranean cuisine. Palma villa travellers with clean-eating habits will relish a meal at Botanic, where fresh vegetables and organic ingredients take center stage on the menu.
If you want more restaurant recommendations, or need help with making restaurant reservations, simply let your Palma villa manager know—he or she will be happy to assist.