Habitation of the largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca, can be traced as far back as the Paleolithic period with the discovery of ancient burial chambers and other traces of habitation. In 123 BC the island came under Roman rule and was administered by Quintus Caecilius Metellus Balearicus, during which time the island thrived. The economy was largely fuelled by salt mining, viticulture and olive cultivation and the Roman’s valued the Mallorcan soldiers for their skill with the sling. The island paradise is filled with tourists every year, usually around 10 million tourists join the local population of some 781 600 people.
Villas in Mallorca - a timeless holiday classic for all your friends and family to enjoy
Majorca: Our recommendations
Holiday Homes with a Patio or Terrace
Holiday Homes with a Pool
Cottages and Homes With a Fireplace
What are the most popular destinations in Majorca?
Mallorca Apartments - relax on the golden sandy beaches of the Spanish holiday island of your dreams
These holidaymakers are in search of action packed nightlife, warm sun, stunning beaches, sparkling sea and excellent Mallorca holiday villas, and they certainly find it here. The capital city of Palma de Mallorca, or Palma, is not only a charming spot to spend the day, but close by you have access to rolling olive groves, ochre villages and pine forests. Palma is situated on the south side of the island in a bay renowned for its spectacular sunsets. Available in the island’s capital is a hop-on hop-off tour allowing you to explore this ancient Mediterranean port city. Taking advantage of villas in Mallorca and making Palma your home base, is a great way to explore the island. Another spectacularly beautiful holiday location for nature lovers to explore is Saint-Jean Chalets with its rolling mountain pastures and snow-dusted fields and Lake Idro Holiday Villas, with its glassy refreshing lake and beautiful wooded mountain terrain.
Mallorca Villa Rentals - high quality accommodation in a classic holiday paradise
Instead of experiencing an aquarium the old-fashioned way, why not skip the long lines, dive in and enjoy an underwater experience at Palma Aquarium. Here you will be able to admire over 700 species of sea creatures such as coral, enormous sea turtles, stingrays, clownfish, hammerhead sharks as well as marvel at the deepest shark tank in Europe. This 28-foot monolith gives you the opportunity to view different types of sharks up close as they lurk in their underwater tunnel. Satisfied with one of the many available Mallorca holiday apartments, head over to the town of Manacor and find out how the world’s famous Mallorca pearls are made. The Mallorca Pearl Factory is one of the island’s most popular attractions. Explore the underground world of the Cavern of the Dragon when you are done. While traversing the 1.5-mile long, 82-foot high cave you will take a boat ride on one of the world’s largest underground lakes, Lake Martel. Mallorca’s sandy beaches, crystal seas, charming towns and wondrous natural surroundings make it the perfect island getaway or cruise ship stopover for one and all. Some other hot and sunny holiday paradises, where you can experience all the charm and romance of a French holiday in an exotic overseas location, are DOM/TOM Villas and Guadeloupe/Martinque Villa Rentals
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations in Majorca are house rentals and apartment rentals. We search from more than 17,131 accommodations in Majorca to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
Prices start at just €55 per night. Most apartment rentals in Majorca are 91 m² and house rentals are 203 m².
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
Yes, we definitely have accommodations for groups in Majorca. On average, the house rentals has space for 7 guests.