Villas in Majorca
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Introduction to Majorca

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 villas in Majorca to choose from, in the most sought-after destinations across the island. Whether you’re jetting off on a family holiday and want to keep the kids entertained, or you’re escaping for peace and quiet with your partner, you won’t be short of options.

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  • Lively festivals and carnivals
  • 262 sandy beaches & coves
  • Historic Pollensa and Alcudia
  • Marinas in Cala D'Or & Alcudia
  • Palma, the stylish and cultural capital city
  • Cycling and walking

Your Majorca Guide
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Majorca

Choosing a Villa Plus Villa We have a huge selection of villas in Majorca to choose from, in the most sought-after destinations across the island. Whether you’re jetting off on a family holiday and want to keep the kids entertained, or you’re escaping for peace and quiet with your partner, you won’t be short of options.

Where are the best places to explore in Majorca? Alcudia in the east offers golden sandy beaches with an abundance of fun water sports, including kite and wind surfing. It is famous for its open-air markets where you will discover fresh locally grown almonds, dried chillies, meats, vegetables plus cultural gems. If shopping’s not for you, kick back in one of the authentic tapas bars or visit the Roman walled old town with many chic eateries and boutique cafes offering local dishes.

Set at the foot of the Tramuntana Mountains, Pollensa is a charming historic town with a maze of streets leading to the restaurant lined squares. As you stroll through, you'll discover boutiques selling local crafts and produce, hidden churches and the 365 Calvari Steps which lead up to a viewpoint from where you can see the resort of Pollensa and the sea beyond. We have villas both in town and the nearby surrounding countryside where you'll see olive and almond groves.

Cala D’Or sits on the southeast coast and is a relaxed resort, known for its pretty hidden coves and meandering marina. If you’re looking for great all-round Majorca villa holidays, there really is something to suit everyone here. Cala D'or has a picturesque pedestrian area lined with everything from local pavement cafes and chic restaurants to open air bars and cocktail lounges! Thrill-seekers can get their blood pumping by heading to the bigger stretches of beach and enjoy water sports on offer.

When is the best time to visit Majorca

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.  

Villa Plus in Majorca

Here at Villa Plus, we have a huge range of villas in Majorca. Whether you are looking to kick back in the countryside or enjoy stunning sea views, we are sure to have the perfect place for you. All our villas in Majorca have been hand-picked by us, so you are guaranteed the highest quality property in the best location. We take away all the stress of booking so you can enjoy the entire holiday experience, from the moment you secure your chosen property until you are happily soaking up the Spanish sun. We are members of ABTA and we provide full financial protection for your money by way of a bond held by ABTA. We also have the benefit of ABTA's assistance and Code of Conduct whilst the flight inclusive arrangements that we sell are protected under our ATOL licence.

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  • 7 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 4 to 14
  • Pool 24 x 14 ft
  • Wifi
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Beach 400 yds
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Not Required
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Villa Rigo, Cala D’or, Majorca, Spain
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  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Pool 37 x 17 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Useful
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 mile
  • Pool fence
  • Wifi
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Villa Illa Petita, Puerto Pollensa, Majorca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Pool 43 x 23 ft
  • Wifi
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Beach 2 ½ miles
  • Free Air Con
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Villa Sabater, Pollensa, Majorca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Pool 30 x 17 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 2 ½ miles
  • Pool fence
  • Wifi
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Villa Suau Gran, Pollensa, Majorca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 11
  • Pool 44 x 23 ft
  • Wifi
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Beach 140 yds
  • Free Air Con
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Villa Can Ros, Puerto Pollensa, Majorca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Heated Pool
    33 x 20 ft
  • Free Air Con
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  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 ½ mile
  • Pool fence
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Villa Papa, Cala San Vicente, Majorca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Heated Pool
    30 x 13ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Useful
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 800 yds
  • Pool fence
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Villa Llenaire, Puerto Pollensa, Majorca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Pool 26 x 12 ft
  • Wifi
  • 6 Bathrooms
  • Beach 110 yds
  • Free Air Con
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Villa Laila, Cala D’or, Majorca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Heated Pool
    37 x 17 ft
  • Free Air Con
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  • 6 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 mile
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Villa Hort de Siller, Puerto Pollensa, Majorca, Spain
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 10
  • Heated Pool
    35 x 19 ft
  • Wifi
  • Tennis Court
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 mile
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Villa L'Aresta, Puerto Pollensa, Majorca, Spain
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Majorca Resorts

Majorca is a firm family favourite with beautiful sandy beaches, friendly locals and an emphasis on fun and relaxation, as well as plenty for the kids to do.

The coastal resort of Puerto Pollensa has a long stretch of sand and a waterside promenade lined with shops, cafes and bars as well as eateries to suit all palettes. A stroll along the Pine Walk is also a must! Inland, the old town of Pollensa is steeped in history with cobbled streets dotted with small boutique shops, bars and restaurants.

Alcudia, on the North East coast is a tale of two halves - you can divide your day between the historic old town and the buzzing coastal resort.

If you want to get away from it all, a villa at the peaceful fishing resort of Cala San Vicente might float your boat. It may be small but it has lots of charm, tumbling down the foothills of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains to small sandy coves and rugged, dramatic rocks below.

Cala D'Or is a grown-up, sophisticated place with a small, compact town centre, many small sandy coves and creeks and a swish marina for the yachting set. Stylish couples of all ages will feel quite at home in one of our villas there. Whatever will make your holiday happy, we can help you find it in Majorca.

Then there’s not to forget Palma of course - the stylish city of Majorca is a must-see. It resembles a mini-Barcelona with stunning architecture, an iconic cathedral and a maze of cobbled streets packed with shops, cafes and restaurants.

Alcudia
39 Villas

Villa holidays in Alcudia offer a great range of activities. You can experience the exhilaration of racing your friends and family while go-karting, or perhaps while shooting down a slide at the water park instead. There’s also horse riding for animal lovers and for those who like to admire the boats, we recommend a trip to the marina. Of course if you want to take it easy there’s always the chance to simply relax on a beautiful beach instead.

Aucanada
2 Villas

A small and quiet resort close to Port d'Alcudia and the resort of Alcudia in North Mallorca.

Bonaire
3 Villas

Bonaire is a tranquil, select area, set on the Alcudia side of the horseshoe bay of Pollensa with views across the bay to Puerto Pollensa and Formentor and home to generations of Mallorquin family summer houses.

Cala D’or
32 Villas

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 Vicente
8 Villas

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 neighbours and is perfect for some much-needed R&R. 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.

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Things to do in Majorca

Nature has been good to Majorca and there are many places of both manmade and natural beauty to visit. Majorca's greatest tourist treasure is formed by its 345 miles of coastline so there are many inlets, hidden coves and historical caves to explore. Inland there are gardens and old farmhouses to discover where life is portrayed as it was way before tourism came to Majorca.

There is so much to explore, whether you plan to relax on any of the numerous beaches lapped by the Mediterranean or venture inland to explore some of the traditional villages, you will be amazed at its beauty.

There are even some great spots for nightlife and evening entertainment that you should not miss.

Caves Of Drach At Porto Cristo

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, before you are treated to a 10 minute classical music recital by a string quartet. 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 In Majorca

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 on your choice of tapas and other traditional Spanish food such as slow roasted lamb, rabbit with crayfish or sobrassada, a meaty spicy sausage. For your pud try the ensaimada, a very sweet, spiral-shaped pastry dessert. To finish your meal, you could try Hierbas - also known as Herbes - a local liqueur produced using fennel and other herbs and spices. Hierbas tastes of aniseed, similar to Pernod or Ouzo. Then there are the cafes where you can enjoy the great Majorcan desserts and cakes. Calories consumed on holiday don’t count!

Visit Palma

If you need a break from all this holiday relaxation in just an hour you can be in the island’s sophisticated capital, Palma. Half of Majorca's 600,000 population live in this commercial and cultural centre, making the most of the rich history, culture and shopping. You will find a lively cafe society reminiscent of Barcelona, as well as a thriving arts scene and stylish, sophisticated nightlife. It is easy to spend a day drifting between shops, pavement cafés and museums. The city is dominated by La Seu Cathedral, a Gothic epic that took almost 400 years to build on the site of a mosque and before that a Roman temple. Just to the east of the cathedral is a beach with a cycle path and promenade. For designer clothes try Jaume III, Palma’s equivalent to London’s Bond Street and for a superb choice of restaurants, head for the harbour.

Walking And Cycling

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. There are even people brave enough to walk or cycle up the hair-raising, twisty road that takes you to the top. If you are lucky you might see or hear some of the indigenous birds of the islands such as vultures, bee-eaters, Audouin's gulls, ospreys, night herons, Eleonara's falcons, scops owls or hoopoes!

Waterparks

You will find the Hidropark in lively Alcudia, with acres of slides, rides, wave pools and splash pools as well as bouncy castles, trampolines, paintballing, 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 superfast 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. Hidropark is open daily from May to the 31st October from 10.30am. until late afternoon, and it’s free for the under twos.

A little further afield there's also Aqualand, in Palma, or Western Waterpark, in Magaluf, as well as a number of 'inflatable waterparks' which are hosted in the sea at handful of beaches on the island.

Beaches in Majorca

Majorca boasts a huge selection of fabulous beaches ranging from quaint coves where you will be amongst just the few people who can find it, to the massive beaches serving the popular holiday resorts.

The beaches in the north of the island include long sandy stretches plus a few small coves which are great for snorkelling and swimming. The beaches on the east coast vary from long stretches of sandy beach to smaller coves where you can escape the crowds. The west offers a mountainous coastline with tiny hidden pebbly coves (some only accessible by boat). The south coast has more commercialised beaches which offer a host of activities.

Where possible we provide information as to its popularity, the water sports on offer, car parking, bars and restaurants. We describe the layout and scenery of each beach in detail so you can decide on its suitability for your group. Wherever you choose there will be a "chiringuito" or bar close by

Alcudia Beach

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. You can hire from a wide choice of dinghies, catamarans and windsurfers. From pedalos to paragliding if you enjoy partaking in water sports you will never be stuck for something to do. There are many restaurants and bars close by with ample car parking and toilet facilities on the beach.

Aucanada Beach

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.

Cal Pi de La Posada

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 D'or

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.

The Cala D'or marina has pleasure yachts and fishing boats for hire. You may prefer to park in one of the many car parks in the centre of Cala D'or and walk to the beach as parking is restricted around the coves. Bars and toilet facilities are on all beaches in Cala D'or.

Cala Egos

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.

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Food & Drink in Majorca

You will find a wide choice of restaurants serving fantastic international cuisine as well as Spanish cuisine which is largely based on pork, fish and vegetables with generous use of garlic and olive oil. The usual fast food restaurants are also great for a quick and easy option. Seek out tapas bars and have a taster of Majorcan food. If you happen to be in Pollensa in May, do try and visit the wine festival which is a great chance to meet the local producers.


Local Markets - Puglia
Markets

Whether it's juicy olives and sun-ripened tomatoes, fresh-caught fish or hand-cured meats, you'll find them all in Majorca's bustling markets - as well as a great selection of handicrafts and souvenirs. Most markets in Majorca take place in the morning and go on until about 1.30pm - get there early if you want to avoid the crowds! Find out more about local markets in our Majorca resort guide.

The Alcudia Market, a souvenir and farmers' market ebbs and flows with the tourist season - in the height of summer it spills into the surrounding streets and alleyways! There is also a night market close to the port.

The streets of Inca come alive with colourful fresh farm produce, jewellery, handicrafts and the town's most famous export - leather goods. This market dates back to the 13th century and comprises around 60 stalls, so there's plenty to see here!

Puerto Pollensa doesn't just have some of the best beaches - it's got one of the best weekly markets too. It's a fantastic place to get fruit and veg or even a quick lunch.


Speciality Dishes - Puglia
Speciality Dishes

While similar to that of the Spanish mainland, Majorcan food has a few twists of its own. Many of Majorca's dishes and treats make use of the island's abundance of olives, almonds, walnuts and ramallet, the indigenous tomato. Here are a few of the local delicacies:

Ensaimada - A curled pastry bun sprinkled with sugar and often eaten for breakfast, this is a local treat Majorcans are rightly proud of - perfect with a coffee.

Gato de Almendras - Finish off a meal in style with this cake, made with home-grown almonds and often served with a scoop of toasted almond ice cream.

Fideua - This local variation on paella uses vermicelli-like noodles rather than rice, and it's usually made with prawns, mussels and other seafood.

Sobrassada - A cured, spiced sausage native to the Balearic Islands, sobrassada is similar to chorizo, but softer on the inside - some varieties are almost like paté.

Roast suckling pig - This juicy pork dish is sold in restaurants all over Majorca - it's simple but mouth-wateringly tasty.







local recipes


The food in Majorca is very pleasurable and the cuisine has been influenced by many civilisations over history. Olive oil is used mostly in the daily cooking but lard is used for baking. Fish and shellfish are available on the menu and bread and tomato are very popular too.

Tumbet

<p>Tumbet</p> -  Majorca

This vegetarian dish is the Majorcan answer to ratatouille, and is just as good as a main meal, a side dish or a starter. This recipe serves 4 as a main or 8 as a side. You will need:

  • 350ml extra virgin olive oil
  • 400g potatoes, sliced thinly
  • 400g aubergines, sliced lengthways, about 1cm thick
  • 400g green or red peppers, quartered
  • 2 garlic cloves, sliced
  • 500g tomatoes (ramallet if you can get them!), peeled and chopped
  • Salt and black pepper
  • 200g manchego cheese, grated (replace with vegan cheese if you like)

Preheat the oven to 180°C. Heat a couple of tablespoons of oil in a large frying pan and fry the potato slices for four to 5 minutes, until golden brown. Remove from the pan and leave them to drain on some kitchen paper. Add more oil and fry the peppers in the same pan for 5 to 10 minutes until soft, and transfer to the kitchen paper to drain.

Adding a little more oil, fry the aubergines in batches for four to 5 minutes until cooked through, then transfer to the kitchen paper to drain. Simmer the tomatoes and garlic in the pan for 30 minutes and season with salt and pepper.

Layer the aubergines, potatoes and peppers in a casserole dish, spoon over the tomato sauce and sprinkle with cheese. Bake in the oven for 15 minutes, or until the cheese is bubbling.




Fideua

<p>Fideua</p> -  Majorca

This tasty twist on paella is great for a dinner party. This recipe serves 8. You will need:

  • 360g vermicelli
  • 30ml olive oil
  • 2 large garlic cloves, peeled
  • 4 large prawns, shell on
  • 600g squid, chopped into small pieces
  • 2 large tomatoes, peeled, halved and grated
  • 2 teaspoons pimento dulce (or paprika)
  • 10 strands of saffron, crumbled
  • 900ml fish stock
  • 400g mussels, shell on
  • 70g peas
  • Salt

Heat the stock in a saucepan to just below simmering. Meanwhile, in a large paella pan, heat the olive oil and fry the garlic cloves to flavour the oil, discarding when golden brown. Add the prawns and cook for a minute each side, before removing and setting aside.

Cook the squid for 2 minutes then add the grated tomato, cooking for 3 or 4 minutes until it forms a thick sauce. Stir in the paprika and saffron and cook for another minute.

Add the vermicelli and half of the stock, placing the mussels and peas around the pan, then cover with the remaining stock. Bring to a gently rolling boil and cook for 5 minutes, then add the prawns and cook for a further 4 minutes. Remove from the heat, leave to stand covered for 3 minutes, and serve.

 
 
 


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