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The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca’s sun-soaked shores tempt travellers from all over the world. With its lush landscape, shown off to great effect by the Serra de Tramuntana Mountain range, there’s unlimited reasons to pack your bags and spend a week (or two!) in this corner of paradise.

Our apartments and villas in Mallorca are located in the north of the island, where dreamy beaches and medieval towns decorate a dramatic coastline full of surprises. The scenery quite rightly snatches the headlines, but Catalan culture is woven deep into the fabric of this island. 

Roman ruins, elegant eateries, magical mountain villages and vibrant markets – your holiday to-do list has never looked so good.

With warm waters and sands stretching as far as the eye can see, Mallorca’s beaches are in a league of their own. In fact, they’re one of the reasons why thousands of tourists flock here every year. But don’t worry, there’s plenty of sand to go around! 

A 10-minute drive from the town of Pollensa is Playa de Port Pollensa. A Blue Flag beauty framed by the Tramuntana Mountains, this sheltered bay delivers on all fronts. Crystal clear waters? A bustling boardwalk? Scenic views? Check, check and check again. 

The dazzling white bay of Alcudia extends for a whopping 10 kilometres, culminating by the wetlands of S’Albufera Natural Park. Or, pack a picnic and seek out Playa des Coll Baix. A secluded cove reached by a forest footpath (good shoes are a must), you’ll likely share this hidden gem with nothing but wild goats.

You’ll find no shortage of activities to entice you out of your holiday home in Mallorca. The Tramuntana Mountains are a playground for adventure-lovers, criss-crossed with hiking routes and charming villages. Boquer Valley offers slightly easier walking but with no compromise on natural beauty. Look out for vultures and eagles soaring above the ridges!

If you’re more of an ambler, try the gentle Pine Walk which follows the curved Puerto Pollensa waterfront. To swerve the outdoors altogether, descend in the mystical Campanet Caves with their fascinating rock formations. 

Once you’ve filled your day with frivolity, Mallorca’s northern towns are on hand to keep the good times flowing. Family-run restaurants and seafront bars are the perfect places to unwind after busy days of sightseeing.

Whether you’re searching for a souvenir or simply want a break from the sun, Mallorca’s boutiques offer everything you need. The island’s rich artistic heritage is evident in gift shops bursting with trinkets, colourful textiles and traditional leather goods. 

Supermarkets are readily available, but if you want to shop like a local, a trip to the weekly market is in order. Pollensa Sunday Market is a feast for the senses with stalls spilling beyond the central square into the surrounding lanes. Fill your basket with everything from vibrant fresh fruit to handmade jewellery. 

Alcudia Market, held twice-weekly during the summer, takes over Alcudia’s pretty old town. Admire the medieval architecture and browse your socks off.

You’ll never go hungry on holidays in Mallorca. When you’re not cooking up a storm in the kitchen of your holiday villa, you’ll likely be dining al fresco in one of the island’s many eateries. Top notch ingredients like lemons, olive oil and almonds owe their deliciousness to the warm climate. 

Restaurants make fine use of the Atlantic Ocean’s natural larder with succulent red mullet and mussels regularly appearing on menus. If you’re more of a meat-head, you must try butifarra spiced sausage – a Mallorquin delicacy that’s best devoured spread on bread. 

By and large, Mallorca’s foodie scene favours freshness over flashiness. However, Alcudia’s fine-dining restaurants are an unforgettable way to finish your trip in style.

Home to powdery beaches, kid-friendly attractions and adventure galore, Mallorca’s got family holidays down to a tee. Private pools hugged by tropical green gardens make villa rentals a fine choice for kids (and big kids) who love to spend all day frolicking in the water. 

Ranging from rustic Mallorquin farmhouses to contemporary homes with all the mod cons, your holiday starts the moment you step through the front door. Truly, with treats like mini golf courses and barbecue terraces on offer, your clan may never leave your holiday rental at all!

But it’s not just family-friendly villas in Mallorca that make young travellers want to come back. Secret swimming coves, thrilling adventure parks and boat trips combine to create a holiday destination that’s pure family magic.



Destinations in Mallorca