5-Bedroom Villas in Majorca
It’s difficult not to fall in love with Majorca; it’s a destination that is rich in natural beauty, and steeped in history and culture. Come and immerse yourself in the local culture, as you discover the island’s diverse landscapes, attractions and cuisines.
5 Bedroom villas in Majorca
Our portfolio features a wide selection of 5 bedroom villas in Majorca, each of which have been carefully assessed to meet our standards of excellence.
These properties offer the perfect base for families
: a private pool and lawned gardens offer ample outdoor play areas for the children, and the fully equipped kitchen makes food preparation convenient.
There’s a variety of indoor spaces—such as a games room, indoor cinema and spa facilities—so you’ll have plenty of options for entertainment and relaxation if you decide to stay in. A dedicated concierge service ensures that you won’t need to lift a finger throughout your stay.
Attractions, activities and dining in Majorca
Majorca boasts over 50 kilometres of coastline, along which you’ll find some of the prettiest beaches in the Mediterranean. These range from secluded coves, to pebble beaches nestled between cliffs, and long stretches of white sand beaches—so you’re sure to find your favourite spot to bask under the sun, no matter your preferences.
If you’re after time on the beach with the little ones, make your way to child-friendly venues like Alcudia Beach, Playa de Muro, Puerto Pollensa Beach or Cala d’Or Beach
. These beaches are popular with families, and offer plenty of amenities on hand, along with calm, shallow waters, and a variety of restaurants and shops located close by.
The island is a popular destination for activity lovers
too, given its sunny climate all year-round, diverse terrain and scenic landscapes.
You can explore the island’s coastline via a boat trip, try out myriad water sports activities, or go on a hike. Popular trails include hiking routes leading from the Lluc Monastery
, as well as those located within the Nature Park S'Albufera and Tramuntana mountains
There are also plenty of cycling trails to suit Majorca 5 bedroom villa vacationers of all ages and abilities—from coastal cycling paths, to cycling trails within the S'Albufera Nature Reserve
and mountain biking routes.
, the capital city of Majorca is home to iconic arts and cultural attractions. Explore the old town of Palma
; it’s a delightful maze of narrow streets, town squares and historic buildings, and you can easily spend hours visiting its many shops, restaurants and cafes.
In the heart of the old town lies the majestic Gothic Cathedral of Santa Maria
, more commonly known as La Seu
. It’s just a skip away from the Royal Palace of La Almudaina
, a widely visited attraction that dates back to the 14th century. Art lovers will enjoy the city’s concentration of museums and art galleries, including the Es Baluard Contemporary Art Museum and Fundació Joan March
, a landmark of Palma, is located just a short drive away from the old town. The hilltop Gothic castle is beautifully preserved, and offers sweeping views over the city and bay. It also houses the Municipal Museum of History
, where you can view art collections, and learn more about the history of Palma.
Majorca’s wide-ranging dining scene offers something for every 5 bedroom Majorca villa vacationer, no matter your appetite. Enjoy an elevated dining experience at Michelin-starred venues like Zaranda, Marc Fosh or Voro
. If it’s a relaxed ambience you’re after, we recommend Mestís, a cosy all-day dining venue, Vandal Palma
for its inventive cocktails and tapas, and La Vieja de Jonay Hernandez
for authentic Canarian fare with a twist.
are an integral part of Spanish culture, and you don’t want to give these venues a miss. It’s a great way to experience the local cuisine and culture, and stock up on ingredients for cooking at your 5 bedroom villa in Majorca.
The options for nightlife entertainment
in Majorca are varied, and your evenings can be as lively or as laid back as you want it to be.
You’ll be right in the heart of the action at party hot spots like Palma, Magaluf and S’Arenal
, but if you prefer relaxed gatherings and unwinding with a tipple or two, you’ll find that most of the resorts and towns offer a good selection of bars and pubs.