Why you should stay in Majorca Villas
A sun-soaked holiday in Majorca ranks high on every traveller’s list for good reason. The island never fails to captivate with its stunning beaches, enticing views, incredible hikes and well-preserved monuments.
Villas in Majorca
When you conjure up images of your dream Mediterranean getaway
, chances are that it’ll look just like your villa in Majorca: sparkling private pool, stylish living areas, sun-soaked terraces and uninterrupted vistas over the rich Majorcan landscape.
Step inside, and you’ll set sight on spacious living areas with clean-lined and elegant furnishings. The kitchen comes equipped with a full range of modern appliances—perfect for families with young children, or villa travellers who want to self-cater. The capacious bedrooms with en suite bathrooms are designed for restful slumber.
The vast outdoor spaces
are where you’ll spend most of your time reconnecting with friends or family members. Enjoy dips in the pool, sunbathe upon the loungers and sip sundowners as you take in the breathtaking sunset scenery. Gourmet dining experiences prepared by a private chef are best enjoyed at the breezy terrace, or by the poolside.
Our portfolio features a wide selection of villas
in Majorca, so there’s something for every villa traveller—from one bedroom retreats for couple getaways, to sprawling holiday homes that can accommodate your entire clan.
Family activities in Majorca
From golden beaches, to well-preserved nature parks, mysterious coves, historic monuments, fascinating Gothic churches—Majorca has it all.
Planning your family excursions will be a breeze, thanks to your Majorca villa manager. He or she will readily assist with travel itinerary recommendation, restaurant reservations, transport arrangements and more.
Families looking to be right in the heart of the action will enjoy the lively vibes of Palma
. Take the kids out to the Palma Aquarium, and explore the capital city’s key cultural attractions: the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, Palma Cathedral and Bellver Castle.
Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the diverse excursions that Cala d’Or
offers. Alternate relaxing beach getaways with trips to the Mondragó Nature Park, Caves of Drach and Castle of Capdepera. You can also try out a wide range of water sports, and explore the destination’s plentiful hiking and cycling trails.
(or Port de Pollença) exudes a relaxed, family-friendly vibe. Its kid-friendly beaches feature soft sand and calm, shallow waters. From your Majorca villa, you’re just a skip away from the Pine Walk, restaurants and the postcard-pretty town centre. Puerto Pollensa is also great for kitesurfing, paddleboarding, beach yoga, cycling and hiking.
Activities and points of interest in Majorca
, a destination that has long attracted creatives such as artists, writers and musicians is a must-visit for arts and culture lovers. Step out from your Majorca villa to discover key attractions like La Casa de Robert Graves, Son Marroig House Museum and the monastery of Miramar.
The medieval town of Alcudia
is a well-rounded vacation destination: there are beaches, nature, a beautifully preserved old town, arts and culture attractions and outdoor adventure activities. Visit Alcudia Beach, take a walk around the old town, explore the S’Albufera Nature Reserve, enjoy a flamenco experience by FlaMallorca and take your kids on a thrill-seeking adventure organised by The Challenge.
History buffs will enjoy Pollensa’s
old-world charm and historic sites. Plaça Major, just five minutes’ drive from your Majorca villa, boasts plenty of shops, restaurants and cafes. It’s also where the weekly Pollensa Market takes place. Other recommended attractions include the 365 Calvari Steps, Santuari del Puig de Maria, Casa Museu Dionís Bennàssar and Museu de Pollensa.
Marjoca’s restaurants, cafes & bars
Your Majorca villa is just a short drive from the best restaurants in town.
The island’s vibrant dining scene
offers a plethora of options: there’s traditional Majorcan fare, locally produced beers, tapas, paella and exotic fusion food—Japanese, Peruvian and Mediterranean restaurant De Tokio a Lima, located in Palma comes to mind here—to savour.
A range of unique dining experiences
add variety to the local food scene. Go on a vineyard wine tour, where you’ll sample different types of wines paired with tasty tapas.
Try out a cooking experience with a professional chef, or join in an immersive tasting tour that takes you to off-the-beaten-path venues that only the locals know of.
For Majorca villa travellers, a private dining experience
with a personal chef is not to be missed. Let your chef wow you with an array of Mediterranean dishes, made only with the freshest, locally sourced ingredients. Such a meal is best enjoyed with your loved ones, in the privacy and comfort of your home away from home.