Majorca remains one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe and it’s easy to see why. With beautiful beaches, fun activities, historic towns and an abundance of tasty treats, there really is something to suit everyone. We have a huge selection of holiday villas in Majorca to choose from, in the most sought-after locations including Puerto Pollensa, Alcudia and Cala D'or. Whether you’re jetting off on a family holiday and want to keep the kids entertained, or you’re escaping for peace and quiet to the Pollensa countryside with your partner, you won’t be short of options.
Alcudia brings the best of both worlds with an stunning beach and an authentic Roman Walled old town. Spend your days on the soft sand that stretches from the glitzy marina, framed with endless numbers of bars and restaurants, serving fruity cocktails, chilled beers and lunch time snacks. If you fancy cooling off there are plenty of ice cream shacks offering a variety of flavours. Step into the ancient town, medieval wall and Roman ruins by evening and enjoy the buzz of the quirky local shops and dine in one of the bustling bars or restaurants.
A small and quiet resort close to Port d'Alcudia and the resort of Alcudia in North Mallorca. This laid back resort has a small beach which is perfect for relaxing and unwinding with a good book. There are also a few golf courses which makes this an ideal place for golfers.
With stunning views across the bay of Puerto Pollensa, Bonaire is a laid back resort with a couple of trendy bars and a marina. Stroll along this coastline and enjoy the amazing views.
Villa holidays in Cala D’or offer a diverse range of activities for you to enjoy. You can explore the hidden wonders of the ‘Dragon Caves’, get in some retail therapy, or hop on a boat to view the stunning coastline, we recommend a trip to the sophisticated capital Palma for a taste of modern Majorca. Of course if you want to take it easy there’s always the chance to simply relax on a beautiful beach instead.
Cala San Vincente is a small fishing village located on the Northern tip of the island. The resort enjoys a much slower pace of life than its neighbors and is perfect for some much-needed relaxation. Set into the hillside, the scenery and sea views here are stunning. There's also 3 sandy beaches to choose from and a couple of waterside restaurants.
The picturesque old town of Pollensa has an olde-world charm with whitewashed houses, gothic churches and a maze of narrow cobbled streets, dotted with craft shops, boutiques, restaurants and cafés. Pollensa, on the Northern tip of Majorca, is a hotbed of culture and history with more than its fair share of chic art galleries and Bohemian bars.
On Majorca’s North East Coast, the picturesque Puerto Pollensa is a small town with a big impact - the perfect place for a villa holiday. Puerto Pollensa, a chic family resort with a marina and choice of restaurants. Here you'll also find the magnificent crescent shaped bay with sandy beaches and water sports.
The Caves of Drach or Dragon Caves, just outside the pretty harbour resort of Porto Cristo are among the island's most outstanding tourist attractions. These sensational cool, dark limestone caves are spread over 2,000 metres of spectacular formations of stalactites and stalagmites. As if this wasn’t enough, in the middle is a massive floodlit lake - one of the biggest underground lakes in the world. The hour long tours are highly organised and vast numbers of visitors are 'processed' through the system every day during the summer in groups of several hundred people at a time. Multi-lingual guides give you the lowdown on the weird stalactite formations with names like the Fairies' Theatre and Diana's Bath. After a light show imitating the sunrise you have the option of crossing the lake by boat or on foot over a bridge.
Eating out is a real pleasure in Majorca but be warned – you may not feel like cooking at the villa once you have sampled what is on offer in the restaurants. The seafood is sublime! Sea bass baked in rock salt is an island classic, and the catch of the day might include squid, lobster and sardines. But you don’t have to rely on what comes out of the sea – there are plenty of meat options, from fillet steak to lamb shank. Try the smaller family-run places that will give you a huge welcome and are happy to advise you. Choose tapas and other traditional Spanish food such as slow roasted lamb or sobrassada, a meaty spicy sausage. To finish your meal, you could try Hierbas - also known as Herbes - a local liqueur produced using fennel and other herbs and spices. Remember, calories consumed on holiday don’t count!
Majorca is well-loved holiday destination for walkers and cyclists from around the world who come to explore the foothills of the quiet and peaceful Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. There is a thriving cycling culture attracting both the pro teams and road cycling fanatics as well as people cycling for fun and exercise. Rugged mountain trails lead to remote valleys, while carefully signed routes give way to long-forgotten mule tracks and hidden mountain passes. You might pass through sleepy villages, or find yourself on a clifftop gazing town at the turquoise sea. Coastal walks are popular, particularly up towards the Cap de Formentor on the North Easterly coast of Majorca.
You will find the Hidropark in lively Alcudia, with acres of slides, rides, wave pools and splash pools as well as bouncy castles, trampolines, paint balling, giant floating balls and mini golf. If you are feeling bold, try one of the two 15-metre Kamikaze slides without screaming! Or sample the thrills of the Spiral with its super fast descent ending with a big splash directly into the water. The 1000-square metre Wave Pool generates waves over one metre high – are you ready? When you get peckish the cafe Neptuno will sort you out.
If you love cars this is the perfect choice to hire a Formula car and feel the roads of Majorca. With multiple designs of 3 -wheeled cars like Formula 1 you will definitely have a racing experience. Drive on the mountain roads and enjoy those scenic views of the see, landscapes and authentic villages.
If your looking for a unique experience why not hike along this scenic coastline and discover the hidden gems this Island has to offer. There are a number of options including hiking, adventure activities, abseiling, climbing, walking on sea cliffs, snorkeling and much more.
Playa de Formentor is a must visit! Situated on the North Eastern tip of the Island this Blue Flag beach has everything you need for a relaxing escape. The stunning white sand which is around half a mile long which shelves into the crystal green blue water, perfect for snorkeling. The beach is framed by a picturesque pine forest which offers shade on those hot sunny days. There Is a restaurant should you want a chilled drink or an ice cream.
Lying on a sheltered bay, Puerto Pollensa is a very long beach stretching nearly all the way to Alcudia. The sandy beach gently slopes into its clear waters. The bay of Puerto Pollensa boasts a wide choice of water sports to choose from for all the family to enjoy. If you enjoy partaking in water sports you will never be stuck for something to do.
This beach is very popular and can become quite busy but it is possible to find a quieter spot if you head along the Puerto Pollensa road towards Alcudia. There are many restaurants and bars close by, particularly closer to the town.
Playa de Muro is a beautiful long white sandy beach which leads down a gentle incline to the clear and shallow blue sea. There are sun loungers and parasols for hire, and there are toilets, showers, and disabled access and life guards on duty. The beach has a number of restaurants and bars along the front too. You'll find a mile of unspoilt beach with sand dunes, pine trees and juniper bushes to the rear.
The 4 small coves of Cala San Vicente are just a short walk away from our villas which are set against the backdrop of the mountains. These small bays offer calm waters and golden sand, surrounded by rocky outcrops and all accessed by a number of steps from the main street.
Cala Gran beach is set in a pine-clad cove with a fine sandy beach and clear waters, one of the largest and most popular beaches in central Cala D'or.
The attractive Bay of Alcudia not only offers 5 miles of clean white sands, palm trees and striking mountain views but hosts beach-side cafes, restaurants and water sports. This European award winning beach spreads through 3 municipalities, Alcudia, Muro and finally Can Picafort. The warm, shallow waters of Alcudia Bay are ideal and combined with its clear blue sea without a doubt the beach is a major attraction. Alcudia is superb for water sports and boasts a wide choice to choose from for all the family to enjoy.
Aucanada Beach is a secluded beach in Alcudia. The beach consists of pebbles and shingles and the sea is a clear blue colour and is good for swimming. Close by is a restaurant.
On the way to the Hotel Formentor, this is a semi circular beach with narrow fringes of sand, clear water and thick pinewoods which lead down to the water. It can be very busy as boats also moor here and there is a daily visit from the glass bottom boat with lots of holidaymakers aboard! There are 2 bars on the beach and parking facilities a short walk away.
Cala Egos is a small beach that makes up one of Cala D'or's seven sandy beaches. Parking is available at this beach and there are sun beds for hire in the summer plus a beach bar for your convenience. Cala Egos is a short walk from Es Forti with all its bars and restaurants. The marina and resort of Cala D'or are around a 10 minute walk away.
This exclusive resort has seven, fine sandy coves and beaches including Cala Serena, set amidst the pine-clad headlands. Many sports facilities are available including sailing, diving, windsurfing and other water sports.
Cala Esmeralda is a small sandy cove with a surrounding rocky, pine-clad headland.
Cala Ferrera is a popular family beach which can be crowded in summer. Cala Des Pou is a small, pretty sandy cove with a bar and restaurant. Nearby is Cala Serena a lovely sheltered sandy cove.
Situated in the North East, Cala Mesquida has beautiful crystal blue waters. The Beach at Cala Mesquida is one of the best in the area. There you will find vast swathes of fine soft golden sand with dunes and Pine trees leading you down to the sea. The area is very safe for bathers too. With a Flag system in operation during the summer months. Here you will also find a limited amount of water sports - weather permitting.
The beach at Cala Millor is almost over a mile long and is a very popular tourist destination. With lots of bars, restaurants and shops just behind the beach there is always plenty to do. On the beach itself, umbrellas, sun beds, a variety of water sports and a number of bars are on offer. Parking facilities are available at the beach.
2 fine sandy beaches: S'Amarador, which is adjacent to a car park flanked by rocky pine-clad slopes and filled with loungers, there a couple of snack bars and restaurants. The unspoilt Mondrago Beach reached by a low path that curves round a rocky coastline is over 220 yards wide and 75 yards deep and backed by small dunes, pine forests and marshland.
Es Forti is one of Cala D'or's sandy beaches all within a 1 mile radius. Bars and toilet facilities are available on all beaches in Cala D'or.
Located in the South East - a glorious stretch of white sand backed by dunes and the inviting aquamarine sea is a favourite for nude bathers. There are 2 settlements at either end - good for snacks or a stroll, St Raphael and Ses Covettes but in the middle it's simply a beautiful beach. Take your own parasol as there's little natural shade and possibly the odd naturist - just so you know!
On the headland between the Old town of Alcudia and the bay of Pollensa, Just before arriving at Bonaire, Mal Pas beach is a small sandy beach which has maintained its natural appeal. With just one small beach bar serving light snacks, this beach is particularly popular with tourists wanting a quieter less built up beach to spend their sunbathing hours.
The main beach is reasonably large and in recent years it has been extended with imported sand to accommodate an increasing number of visitors to the resort. Even so, in high season it can still become very crowded due to its popularity with both tourists and locals alike. If you wish to escape from the crowds, there is a smaller secondary beach set in its own sheltered cove about 15 minutes walk away which can be reached from the Avinguda Rei Jaume I. Both beaches have the usual facilities expected of a modern resort, along with a good variety of water sports equipment available for hire. There is a car park at the beach.
The Torrent de Pareis (twin rivers) winds its way down through fantastic limestone scenery to the sea. The only practical way to visit the outlet of the Torrente de Pareis is via a footpath from Cala de Sa Calobra. From here a further path, tunnelled through the rock, takes one into the gorge beyond. There is a small pebbly/sandy beach, a great location for a picnic!
Holidays in Majorca are a fantastic choice for families with numerous water parks, aquariums, zoos and beaches. Children will love exploring the Caves of Drach on the east coast. The caves are home to Lake Martel, Europe’s largest underground lake and you can take a boat ride through the network of caves. You can also find lots of hiking, cycling and rock-climbing activities and adventure playgrounds all over the island. Of course, having a villa with a private pool means you always have somewhere to relax and enjoy time with the family.
The warm weather and low humidity make the weather in Majorca particularly pleasant. The warmest months are July and August when it is not uncommon for the temperature to exceed 30⁰C. For those wanting to avoid the crowds and experience slightly cooler temperatures, then visit in Spring or Autumn and experience this scenic island, perhaps to walk or cycle in the Tramuntana Mountains and see the migratory birds who stop off here.