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Handicrafts such as embroidery, basketwork, hand-painted plates and high-quality simulated pearls are also widely associated with this region. The best places to find these treasures are the weekly markets, while modern shopping malls, like Festival Park near Sa Cabaneta, offer the latest fashions. Mallorca boasts an extraordinary selection of beaches and coves, ranging from vast expanses of fine white sand to pebbly shorelines and warm blue seas.
Over 60 prestigious Blue Flags fly proudly over golden shores and gentle waters. Along the southern shoreline, a mass of pretty, sandy coves are quiet, peaceful and sheltered by high cliffs.
A healthy helping of our villas are located within walking distance of some of the most popular beaches in Mallorca. Mallorca is an island incredibly proud of its heritage, with much of its famous history and culture found in the capital, Palma. From its narrow medieval streets, you can explore grand mansions and the magnificent Gothic cathedral of La Seu. Traditional villages are filled with colonial houses and cobblestone streets.
Take a guided walking or cycling tour in the Sierra de Tramuntana Mountains for fantastic views, the scent of wild herbs and an away-from-it-all experience. Guides can advise on sensible precautions to take. Take a boat trip to Formentor or around the beaches of the south, stopping off for a secluded swim or lazy lunch.
Visit Valldemossa and the mountain-top monastery where Chopin and George Sand famously attempted to find an idyllic romantic hideaway. Take the vintage electric train ride through the mountains from Palma to Soller, or the old tram down to the port. Take an after dinner stroll along Pine Walk in Puerto Pollensa and watch the sun set over the bay. Soak up the fiery Fiesta atmosphere and join in with the live music, colourful costume and non-stop dancing.
Take coffee in the art nouveau Fundacio La Caixa art gallery in Palma, visit the magnificent Gothic cathedral or explore the ancient Arab Quarter.
Mallorca wrote the rule book when it comes to the perfect villa holiday destination. Discover a treasure trove of things to do and places to stay with our handy guides. The ancient and traditional town of Pollensa is located a few miles inland offering a great architectural and cultural experience. An absolute must is the weekly local market on the Placa Major. Alcudia is a large bustling seaside resort with a marina, offering an excellent choice in daytime and evening entertainment.
Its gorgeous sandy bay is also lined with shops, restaurants and boutiques. Puerto Pollensa has everything - wonderful scenery, beautiful sandy beaches and a laid-back friendly atmosphere. With watersports galore and boat trips to Formentor this is one family resort not to missed!
Cala San Vicente, just a short drive from Pollensa, is tucked away on the northwest tip of the island and offers a choice of two pretty, sandy coves with crystal clear waters. Ca'n Picafort shares the same sweeping bay as Alcudia, but offers a much quieter holiday destination. Just inland from the south east coast is the traditional whitewashed village of Ca's Concos. Porto Petro is a quiet fishing village with a horseshoe shaped bay and traditional marina, close to a nature reserve and other protected beaches, great for exploring.
The village boasts narrow streets, a selection of shops, bars and restaurants and a beautiful church, and retains much of its charm.
The fabulously untouched area of Cala Mondrago boasts a protected status as it forms part of the Mondrago National Park, with its two beautiful sandy cove beaches great for snorkelling. With a picturesque setting, adjacent to the sea and mountains, Portals Nous lies on the South West coast of Mallorca, just 10km from the capital of Palma.
Positioned around a central Plaza, S'Aqueria Blanca offers a small selection of bars and restaurants as well as a bakers, newsagents and a mini-market for your essential holiday items. Santa Margalida is a small agricultural town in the flat countryside close to Alcudia and Ca'n Picafort and within easy reach of the larger towns of Inca and Manacor. If you're having trouble finding the ideal villa, we're here to help.
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ABTA No. View villas in Mallorca. See our villas in Sestanyol. A small town arranged on steppes created for wine cultivation. It has small gorgeous coves, the best known being Port des Canonge. One of Majorca's jewels. Set in a valley with the Tramuntana mountains to one side.
Mainly residential now, its agriculture being mostly a thing of the past. One of Majorca's principal tourist resorts, it has a good beach and plenty of bustle and activity. There is a yacht club and two golf courses, and one of the main celebrations is that of a battle between Moors and Christians in September. See our villas in Santa Ponsa. Purpose-built as a resort in the s, Palmanova has a fine beach and is one of the island's most popular tourist destinations.
See our villas in Palma Nova. Part of the municipality of Calvia, Portals Nous has a very up-market feel, its marina, Puerto Portals, usually having luxury boats moored. The Marineland attraction is in the town. See our villas in Portals Nous. A seaside village in the municipality of Calvia, known for its luxury properties and Royal Bendinat Golf Club.
See our villas in Bendinat. At the foot of the Tramuntana mountains, Alaro is famed for its castle, with origins before the 10th century Muslim occupation of Majorca, and for having had the island's first electricity system See our villas in Alaro.
On the Puig de Randa hill in Algaida is the Cura monastery, one of Majorca's main spiritual sites because of an association with the 13th century religious philosopher and polymath, Ramon Llull. See our villas in Algaida.
The town and port of Andratx are sought-after locations for property buyers and holidaymakers. At the southern end of the Tramuntana mountains, there is also the small island of Dragonera, an important marine reserve and nature park.
This small village is the most recent municipality in Majorca it split from Petra in Also known as Cala Mosca, this development in Llucmajor takes its name from the beautiful cove. The Arenal yacht club is some three kilometres away. See our villas in Cala Blava. The name means fig tree. This quiet cove and development in Santanyi was immortalised by painter Francisco Bernareggi, who was captivated by the Y-formation of the cala and by its "harmonies in the water".
See our villas in Cala Figuera. The development of Els Llombards with its cove surrounded by rocks and pines is another of Santanyi's little gems. See our villas in Cala Llombards. Not far from Porto Cristo, Cala Mandia is a charming small resort with a fine sandy beach formed by low rocks to either side and gentle terracing of pines and bushes.
See our villas in Cala Mandia. Some seven kilometres from the old town of Capdepera, Cala Mesquida is still relatively unspoiled. Its large beach is backed by dunes and pines, and it was named an area of special natural interest in Part of Andratx, Camp de Mar retains a sense of the exclusive that is a legacy of its s' Gran Hotel.
Notable for the restaurant on the small island connected by a wooden bridge from the beach, it also has a top golf course. See our villas in Camp de Mar. The resort of Ses Salines, named after the famous salt flats, Colonia Sant Jordi is convenient for Majorca's most renowned natural beach - Es Trenc - and acts as the port for boat trips to the island and national park of Cabrera.
The "pine coast" close to Cala Bona and to the Pula and Canyamel golf courses is known for its luxury properties, its viewing-point where lovers attach padlocks and fine beaches like Es Ribell.
See our villas in Costa de los Pinos. See our villas in Costitx. Is a residential area of Sa Pobla on the road to Pollensa's golf course and Pollensa town. It is a place of cultural importance to the people of Sa Pobla because of the mediaeval Oratory of Santa Margalida, one of the town's patrons.
See our villas in Crestatx. The agricultural character of Maria is reflected in a fair devoted to the type of tomato favoured in the making of "pa amb oli". The parish church contains an image of the Virgen de la Salut Virgin Mary said to have been known in the Muslim era in Majorca. See our villas in Maria de la Salut. Famous for its ceramics, Marratxi is one of Majorca's larger municipalities.
It is home to the Mallorca Fashion Outlet formerly Festival Park and to numerous prehistoric archaeological sites. See our villas in Marratxi. Still retaining its old rural character, Montuiri is typical of the agricultural plain of Majorca. See our villas in Montuiri. A small village in Bunyola, Orient epitomises rustic Majorca.
Its name is an amalgam of Palma and Bunyola. The mountains of the Tramuntana rise above it, the historic Raixa finca is close by, and Son Amar, famous for its evening shows, is in Palmanyola. See our villas in Palmanyola. A one-time small fishing village, Portocolom is an example of a natural port in Majorca. Watched over by the historic Santueri castle, there is a theory that Christopher Columbus was born here.
The name Sa Torre comes from a splendid mediaeval estate replete with some outstanding architecture. See our villas in Sa Torre. It takes its name from Bernat de Santa Eugenia, who was governor of Majorca shortly after the Catalan conquest. Right in the heart of wine country, Sencelles is a series of villages highly characteristic of a rural way of life, such as the charming Biniali.
See our villas in Sencelles. Taking its name from an estate which derived its name from the Catalan for the sorb tree, Son Servera shares the resort of Cala Millor, while among its architectural heritage is the estate with the old houses Ca s'Hereu. See our villas in Son Servera. Take a look at a selection of our villas based on their proximity to a beach, or a golf course, or situated in the beautiful Majorca countryside. Read more. Search our Villas. Jean Robinson. Everything about the booking went very well.
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I think it would be a good idea to add some telephone communication to your site. Shelley Dunn. This is a fantastic service. The enquiries I made were treated with urgency and I really appreciated the assistance. I will always use this site from now on. Sally Thompson. MajorcanVillas were very helpful indeed in trying to help me sort out a villa near Pollenca for a special family holiday, Since it was for an unconventional time ie about 9 days , it was tricky to find accommodation , but Majorcan Villas were able to find one for us.
We booked our villa in Majorca using Majorcan Villas in summer We were very happy with the service we were given in helping to choose the villa that suited our needs as a family. The villa itself was of very high quality and we thoroughly enjoyed our holiday there.
I intend to use Majorcan Villas again in the future. I have to say that my experience with majorcanvillas. All my questions were answered right away regardless of the time difference even I'm in the USA and in a very professional manner. I would definitely recommend the site and would definitely use it again. The girl that was in charge of my booking, Tasha Price, was very friendly and gave me excellent advice.
She is definitely very familiar with the island and knew exactly what I was looking for. I went with my five children and we had a great and unforgettable time! Excellent experience!! Ian Hildreth. Very accommodating, easy to deal with, efficient and accurate in terms of the accommodation we required. We look forward to the next booking! Garry Trim. Many thanks for all your help with our recent enquiries and reservation, as usual you and your colleagues help was much appreciated and the website was easy to use and with clear instructions, look forward to seeing you in June!
Paula Baines. Lesley O'byrne. I contacted a number of agencies as I was interested in booking an accommodation in Puerto Pollensa for our annual vacation. The service I received from Tasha was second to none. She replied almost by return e-mail. She answered all my queries and even went as far as to get a bed measured for me as I had certain requirements.
I would not hesitate in recommending Majorcanvillas if you are thinking of booking a holiday home. We haven't travelled yet but are looking forward to our return visit to Puerto Pollensa later in the year. Kathleen Fitzpatrick. Gareth Downes. Hayley Llewellyn. When we booked our villa majorcan villas were really helpful. The booking process was simple and easy and any questions were answered promptly and clearly. Neil Lippiatt. Booked a villa in Pollenca last year through Majorcan Villas, service was smooth and efficient, villa absolutely fantastic!
Wouldn't hesitate to use again and no doubt will at some point. Highly recommended. Alexander Family. Our bookings have usually been last minute and disorganised but Tasha and staff have always pulled out the stops and found us exactly what we wanted! Booking has been straightforward and efficient and we have had such a great personal service. Villas in the Pollensa area have been perfect and with three teenagers in tow we have had fantastic holidays.
We will be using them again this year and have no hesitation in recommending Majorcan Villas to others. Alexander family. Mrs Jocelyn Moon. First time booking with Majorcan Villas had a great time information we received about villa was spot on. Booking was easy and straightforward Directions easy found villa straight away. Villa clean and very tidy would Definatly use this company again hopefully next Year.
Not only that, over the years we have built great ongoing relationships with well established and trust worthy Majorca based rental agencies and owners This has enabled us to offer you the great portfolio of properties we have, allowing us to provide you with a high quality and reliable Majorca Accommodation service , with the aim of offering you fantastic properties which tick all your boxes, from beach villas, luxurious reformed country houses and more!
Search our villas More information on our villas in Mallorca Sleeps Hidden Majorca gems and resorts you may not know about Explore Majorca. Explore Majorca resorts and towns map It's easy to always go back to the same place But look how near countryside locations are to the popular resorts? Alcudia Alcudia is one of the popular family resorts in Majorca! Palma Palma is a beautiful vibrant city, surrounded by some great resorts! Central Majorca Covering all the more in-land local towns and surrounding countryside gems Explore.
Hidden Majorca Let us introduce you to some of the remarkable diversity and fascination of Majorca Explore. Puerto Pollensa A sedate but sophisticated resort with a yacht club, a fine beach and wonderful views across the bay of Pollensa. See our villas in Cala San Vicente Bonaire This picturesque residential area of Alcudia has a small marina, the small beach of S'Illot nearby and, up the side of the mountain, the hermitage of La Victoria. See our villas in Bonaire Alcanada A mainly residential area outside Puerto Alcudia with a small beach and an hole golf course.
See our villas in Alcanada Alcudia One of the most important towns in Majorca's history as the Roman city of Pollentia was established here.
See our villas in Alcudia Puerto Alcudia With an award-winning beach, Puerto Alcudia is really two places: the port area itself with a wide promenade and marina and the main tourism centre a couple of kilometres from the port. See our villas in Alcudia Playa de Muro To one side of the main road is a glorious beach, to the other side is the nature park of the Albufera wetlands.
See our villas in Playa de Muro Pollensa Brooded over by the Puig de Maria mountain, Pollensa is an old town of squares and churches and the steps to the Calvari oratory. See our villas in Sa Pobla Campanet A small, rural picturesque town well-known for its caves and for the occasional appearance of the Fonts Ufanes, natural springs which can surface when there has been heavy rain in winter. See our villas in Campanet Caimari At the foot of the Tramuntana mountains, Caimari is a village that has an olive fair in November.
See our villas in Caimari Selva A very picturesque rural town known for its leather industry, its hermitage of Crist Rei is visited by pilgrims at Easter. See our villas in Selva Buger A small and pretty agricultural town known for its almonds and carobs. See our villas in Buger Muro Its main square dominated by the impressive Sant Joan church, Muro has a museum devoted to Majorcan rural life. See our villas in Muro Can Picafort Mostly purpose-built from the s, Can Picafort is a popular resort with two beaches and centres, one of them being Son Baulo.
See our villas in Son Serra de Marina Colonia de Sant Pere A charming and quiet resort with relatively little development, a marina and a pleasant sandy beach. Arta Dominated by a hilltop fortress, Arta is a wonderful place to stay and it's history dates back to pre-Christian times, it being the site for settlements from the Talayotic period. See our villas in Arta Cala Ratjada A resort with a strong German flavour, it is still a fishing port but also offers tourist boat excursions. Cala Morlanda A rocky cove in the town of Manacor with only limited tourist development, so perfect if you want a quiet getaway away from it all.
Porto Cristo A tourist resort but also a fishing port.