Arta Holiday Homes - a peaceful rural break for all your family and friends
Artà is a prosperous little town with a rich cultural and historical heritage. Artà is the centre of the Northeast of Mallorca. Its name is derived from the Arabic word jertan ("garden"). The city has a population of 7,113 residents. The official languages are Spanish and Catalan. Most tourists visit Artà to see the magnificent Sanctuary of Saint Salvador, which dates back to the 14th Century. The Sanctuary is built at the top of the mountain of same name. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, Artà is a popular location for permanent residences and holiday homes. Many tourists who come here are looking for Artà apartments. They can choose to stay in beautifully decorated villas with fantastic pools, cottages with large terraces, and rental apartments close to beaches and restaurants. Some properties offer panoramic sea views bringing an ambiance of tranquility. Artà holiday rentals are suitable for couples, families with children, and groups.
Choose Villas in Arta and experience the natural beauty and wildlife of Arta holidays
Artà is characterized by extensive, intact natural areas. The region is home to feral goats. There are large beds of reed, orchards of olive trees, luxuriant shrubs, and fan palms. The town is built in a large wide valley at the foot of a small mountain. As soon as you find the best Artà holiday villas, you can start visiting this prosperous little town. Established in 1927, The Regional Museum of Artà features a variety of artifacts and tools of the Majorcan textile trades. The museum was founded by a group of scholars who wanted to study the cultural and archaeological features of the region. The city is home to numerous churches and abbeys, including the Abbey of the Norbertine canons (Priory of Santa Maria del Bellpuig) and the Franciscan abbey of Sant Antoni de Pàdua. Tourists can also visit the Church of Transfiguració, which dates back to 1573. The church features fourteen chapels. These religious buildings reflect the spirituality of the community.
The Cave of Artà is well worth a visit. Victor Hugo, Jules Verne, Alexander Dumas and other famous people have visited the cave in the past. The cave's entrance is set into the cliff face. If you want to learn more about the culture of the town, then you should attend one of the festivals that take place here every year. The most important events include the Festival of Saint Salvador, the Summer Fair, and the local fiesta dedicated to the city's patron saint Saint Pere. The main focus of the event is a maritime procession of decorated boats. Immerse yourself in the culture of another fascinating and colourful holiday destination, Poland Holiday Cottages.
Go ahead and check out our partner