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Best villas and apartments to rent in Majorca

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Find the perfect villas and apartments in Majorca for your holiday; the largest of the Balearic Islands that is a sparkling paradise of sea, sun, sand and mountainous beauty. Make it your own with Hundredrooms - we compare apartments to rent for you and your significant other, or for you and the kids, so all you have to do is book your flights! We have the tools necessary to ensure that your holiday is totally stress-free. Dive right into its historic capital of Palma with the best holiday accommodation, or travel to Magaluf for a weekend of fun and sun. This is island living at its finest, and we want you to be able to complete relax in the same way that the locals live their life. From your self-catering apartments to rent in Majorca, you will discover the picturesque villages of Deia and Valldemossa, mountainous terrain and crystal clear waters of the beaches hidden within magical coves. This island boasts some of the most incredible hikes and routes in Europe, so whether you’re looking to travel with your bike or explore this island by car, we have the most bespoke apartments available. The locals are friendly and the gastronomical scene is one of the best in the world, so what are you waiting for? Book now! Rent a finca and experience the Mallorcan lifestyle for yourselves. The Balearic Islands are waiting for you. We compare thousands of holiday villas in Majorca to save you time and money, and according to your tastes, we can find you a 1 bed villa with a private pool or something near the beach, depending on which landscape suits you best! It is the perfect size for exploring or travelling to other islands such as Menorca, Ibiza or Formentera, if you’re looking to island hop between Balearic villas. On one side you will find beautiful bays and beaches like the Es Trenc, Cala Varques or Cala Llamp where you can marvel at the wonders of nature, among others in the Sierra de Tramuntana or Cabrera. Alternatively, go on a journey through the history of the island if you visit the Cathedral of Palma, the Castell de Bellver or the monastery of Lluc. An extensive list for which you need at least a weekend to visit the main attractions of Mallorca. Discover the flexibility of having villas to rent with a pool and tailor the search to your personal, geographical and temporal needs. Here you have more options to choose from than on any other portal, while always getting the lowest price guaranteed! We can honestly say that this island boasts some of the most beautiful spots around; whether you’re looking for total tranquillity in a farmhouse inland, or a gorgeous beach apartment overlooking one of the incredible Balearic archipelagos such as Es Pontas, we have it all. We compare all the holiday lettings in Majorca for you and your significant other, or for you and the kids, so all you have to do is book your flights! This is island living at its finest, and we want you to be able to complete relax in the same way that the locals live their life. The highest peak of the island is the Puig Major, which is also the highest in the Balearics, and forms part of its UNESCO status. If you’re still wanting to maintain the hub and bustle of a city, then why not find some holiday apartments to rent in the island’s exciting and vibrant capital where nearly half of the permanent population of the island reside? For the sports enthusiasts, the island welcomes thousands of cyclists per year due to its challenging routes and incredible scenery, and has the landscape necessary for surfing, sport climbing, swimming, and much more all from the comfort of our Majorca accommodation. Spend your holidays exactly where you want in the island:

Best places to stay in Majorca

The current name of Mallorca has its origin in the Latin name of the island: "insula maior", which means the largest island. Mallorca is not only the largest island of the Balearic Islands, but also in the whole of Spain. Mallorca is not only the largest island of the Balearics, but also in the whole of Spain. With Menorca in the northeast and Ibiza in the southwest, the Balearics form a unique ecosystem with a rich history and an interesting, independent culture. The first discovery of copper dates back to the Neolithic period and thanks to many archaeological finds in Mallorca and Menorca, particularly the Puig de sa Morisca, there is evidence to this day of Talayot culture. However, the most significant legacy was to emerge many centuries later, during the occupation by the Romans, at the opposite end of the island. Near Alcúdia, the ancient city of Pollentia was founded in the 1st century BC and converted into a necropolis in the 6th century AD. The most important historical event of the island is the year 1229, when Jaume I defeated the Muslims and the island passed into the rule of the Crown of Aragon. As a sign of victory, the construction of the famous Santa Maria de Mallorca Cathedral, which is still the island's landmark, began the same year. Since then, Mallorca has developed from being an island mainly known for its cattle to an important national level and also as an international destination for tourists. Across the whole island you will find an endless selection of incredible holiday rentals in Mallorca. Since the individual locations differ greatly from each other, we are happy to help you get a brief overview.

  • Palma de Mallorca: The capital of the island offers you the biggest cultural and commercial offer simultaneously. The Cathedral of Majorca, El Baluard and Castell de Bellver are the most famous sights, while the Passeig del Born and Avenida de Jaume III are the main shopping streets of Palma. Alternatively, you can get lost along the tiny streets of the Old Town. In the bay you will find the main port of the island, and the famous Playa de Palma, which is a city beach that stretches along the city. From the capital you can reach all major cities and towns by public transport, making an apartment here an interesting option for your holiday in the Balearic Islands. Find your Majorca holiday rentals with a few clicks. It is a vibrant and creative hub that is steeped in history, and has some of the best restaurants and bars on the island, so get searching.
  • Calvià: This is definitely the tourist centre on Mallorca, which is especially famous for wild parties in the coastal towns of Magaluf and Santa Ponsa, where you are bound to find cheap apartments to rent. Santa Ponsa is also the place where Jaime I of Aragón went ashore to recapture the island. Travellers with small children and those seeking peace and quiet will find something in Paguera or Palma Nova that is a quiet and family friendly option. Here you might also be interested in staying in Portal Nous, which overlooks the marina and has a nice selection of shops and cafes and a small beach.
  • Alcúdia: The region around Alcúdia is similar to Calvià, but is located on the opposite side of the Sierra de Tramuntana between the bays of Puerto de Pollensa and Puerto de Alcúdia, the latter of which has a great offer of north Majorca holiday lettings. The geographical position combines the green of the mountains with the blue of the Mediterranean, and will leave you with an unforgettable impression. Families, couples and water sports enthusiasts will feel awesome in Alcúdia.
  • Andratx: A town with many stunning farmhouses also known as ‘fincas’, alongside some of the most fantastic luxury villas. In the south west of the island among the Tramuntana Mountain range, it has a number of notable residents, is typical of the local villages with its narrow streets and has an important contemporary art gallery. Meanwhile, Puerto de Andratx should not be confused with the previous town located further inland. This trendy working port has many cafes and bars, and plenty of luxury spas and leisure activities. If not a location for villas with pools, it is certainly worth a visit during your trip.
  • Sóller: Located in the heart of the Sierra de Tramuntana, the town is known throughout the island for its beauty. Particularly noteworthy is the Tranvía de Sóller, which connects Palma with Sóller and the port. In Sóller, you can escape the daily routine and enjoy the tranquillity of the mountains. Not far away you will find sleepy villages like Deià, Fornalutx or Escorca which are also fantastic for your trip and have some enviable Majorca villas and apartments with private pools. You’re sure to fall in love with this quaint village, replete with green shutters and positioned perfectly between the sea and mountain range. It is now a popular hub with creatives and has been the source of much literary inspiration thanks to its typical holiday villas in Majorca. Fornalutx is the only coastal town without a beach, and overlooks the mountains from Sóller. It has become known as the ‘prettiest village in Spain’, as it is surrounded by lemon groves, stone buildings and quaint tiled roofs in some of the most fantastic large villas in Majorca. Alternatively, if you’re looking for proximity to the sea, you can choose Port de Sóller for your holidays
  • Santanyí: The only place on our list in which the municipality is located on the southeast side of the island. Booking here will guarantee peace and quiet, although the famous Cala d'Or is a tourist magnet. Cala Almunia, Es Caragol or Caló des Moro are among the quietest beaches on the island. They all border the spectacular nature reserve Cala Mondragó.
  • Valldemossa: The sleepy village in the Serra de Tramuntana is often referred to as the most beautiful mountain village in Mallorca and was, among other things, the winter residence of the famous composer Chopin. The beautiful stone houses are hard to mistake, and you will certainly love its mountainous location. With a private holiday letting, you can walk in the footsteps of the artist and get to know the charming village by the way.
  • Cala Ratjada: The small fishing village in the northeast enchants many with some of the most beautiful beaches of the island and a charming town centre, which has managed to retain its flair. Staying in one of the holiday homes that are available here is suitable for young party people, as well as for families.
  • Cala Millor: The name of the place literally means as much as "better bay". Therefore, it is not surprising that the main attraction is the long sandy beaches that have made the resort a popular holiday destination in recent years.
  • Pollensa: An ancient town in the north of Majorca, here can stay in an authentic Mallorquin town which has a beautiful monastery and traditional restaurants to enjoy. Find holiday homes in Pollensa here.
  • Puerto Pollensa: A former fishing village that is popular with many for their holiday as it is close to the Mediterranean with a stunning mountainous backdrop over the Tramuntana. It is located in the north and near to some fabulous beaches. This is the nearest port to the town of Pollensa.

When to travel to the largest Balearic island

Undoubtedly, the best time to visit the island is summer, when the sun shines for longer than any other season. So you can fully enjoy the 262 beaches with more than 50 kilometres of sand, to which Mallorca owes its reputation as a paradise in the Mediterranean. Whether Cala Deià, Cala Mitjana, Cala Maioris or Es Coll Baix, there are so many different that it is impossible to visit them all. For beach lovers, this is definitely a summer destination. A fact that is clearly reflected in the prices of villa rentals, which increase by up to 150% between June and September. The strongest demand for luxury villas with a private pool is concentrated in the months of July and August when most tourists flock to the island. Furthermore, in the summer months, the famous festivals take place in the villages, which continue to raise prices. Nevertheless, Majorca - as well as its neighbours Menorca and Ibiza - know no seasons and the good weather dominates almost the whole year, from the first spring day to autumn. The falling temperatures in autumn offer great opportunities to explore the cultural treasures that during the summer months are almost too hot to visit. Even hikers and cyclists will feel comfortable in the spring and usually prefer the months of February to May. Perhaps you would be interested in a trekking tour through the Torrent de Pareis, La Trapa or Barranc de Biniaraix. The Fiestas de San Sebastián, which take place on the 20th of January in Palma de Mallorca, are a great reason to visit at this time, along with the stable prices from October to March on the island for finding cheap accommodation or last minute villas! Escape the cold and spend a weekend in Palma de Mallorca! Here the sun shines more than 300 days a year - and you will be spoilt for choice with its paradisaical beaches.

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Bellver Castle and other points of interest

Few destinations have as much variety and things to do as Majorca and its utopian surroundings. What are you waiting for? We’ve collated the best of leisure activities and historical landmarks right here.

  • Bellver Castle: The Gothic fortress was built at the beginning of the 14th century and hides defensive elements behind a castle-like appearance. Built as the residence of King Jaime II of Mallorca, the circular architecture is unique in Spain. Due to its location on a hill, 112 meters above sea level, enemies could be discovered early. Today you can enjoy a view over Palma from here.
  • Palma Cathedral: Popularly known as La Seu, the cathedral is one of Palma's landmarks. After the recapture of Mallorca by Jaume I in 1229, construction began. The result is a breathtaking building with the largest gothic rose window in the world!
  • Royal Palace of the Almudaina: Together with the cathedral it forms a spectacular architectural ensemble and is especially impressive at night. The palace took on its present form only after extensive renovation by Jaime II in 1309.
  • Es Baluard: This is one of the most important museums of modern and contemporary art in the country. The collection consists exclusively of works by Mallorcan or closely associated with the island artists such as Picasso, Andy Warhol and Joan Miró.
  • Lonja de Palma: Known among the local people as Sa Lotja, here was the former seat of the Kaufmannsschule. Today it is one of the most representative works of gothic architecture on the island and is part of the cultural heritage of Spain.
  • Santuari de Sant Salvador: The sanctuary on the hill of the same name in the Serra de Llevant, near the village of Felanitx, is located at over 500 meters altitude and was built in 1348 as a chapel.
  • Lluc Monastery: The island's main sanctuary attracts thousands of pilgrims from all over the world every year. In the midst of the Sierra de Tramuntana is the 1268 building at 400 meters altitude and is one of the must-see attractions.
  • Sierra de Tramuntana: Almost the entire west coast of Majorca is occupied by the largest mountain range of the island, which extends from Andratx to the Cape Formentor. Here you will find the mountains of Puig Major and Puig de Massanella the highest mountains in Mallorca. Since 2011, the area has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Sa Calobra: The small bay in the mountains is surrounded by mountains. A unique view and bathing fun, with more than 200 meters of rock on each side. Further information about Sa Calobra and the most beautiful bays of Majorca!
  • Cap de Formentor: More than 300 meters high cliffs form the northernmost point of Mallorca. At the end of the cape is the characteristic lighthouse, which is a popular destination.
  • Pollentia: In the municipality of Alcúdia you will find the most important archaeological site of Mallorca. The remains of an ancient Roman city from the 1st century BC include, among others, the Forum, a residential area and the only Roman theater on the island.
  • Drach Caves: The caves formed by the activity of the Mediterranean include, among other things, the largest underground lake in the world. An experience that is difficult to put into words. We tried it anyway: The Dragon Caves, an underground treasure in Mallorca.
  • Cuevas del Hams: A few kilometers from the Dragon Caves, this cave system is famous for its hook-shaped formations. Again, you will find an underground lake used for concerts.
  • Es Trenc: Probably the most famous beach on the island. In the southwest, between Ses Covetes and Colònia de Sant Jordi, offers a backdrop from the picture book.
  • Caló des Moro: Also in the southern part of the island, this small beach is located between the cliffs. The beach is only 40 meters long, but just as beautiful as the Es Trenc.
  • Cala Agulla: since 1991, the Cala Agulla belongs to the nature reserve with its neighbors Cala Motló and Cala Mesquida. In the midst of a green pine forest a mixture of green trees, white sand and blue water awaits you!
  • Sa Dragonera: A small island located 3.2 kilometers from the westernmost point of Mallorca. The nature reserve is of the highest ecological value and is strictly protected.
  • Portocolom: In the small fishing village, time seems to stand still. There is so much to discover here that we had to devote our own contribution to the place. Find out more about the unknown side of Mallorca!
  • Cabrera: The little paradise in paradise is home to an invaluable ecosystem. Especially divers will not be amazed here. If you want to visit Cabrera, inform yourself early!

Ensaimadas, sobrassada and all about their gastronomy

It is common knowledge that Mallorca has some of the best beaches in Spain, so take advantage and enjoy them to the fullest during your stay. The beach of Trenc is a natural paradise, the Torrent de Pareis is of undisputed beauty and the beaches of the Cala d'Or area will captivate you with their crystalline blue waters. Did you know that if you wanted to travel around Mallorca, it would take 6 and a half days without rest? If you want to try the best Mallorcan ensaimada, without a doubt, you will find it in Ca'n Joan de s'Aigo, one of the most famous spots in Palma. Similarly, the potato cakes of Valldemossa are a must try when visiting. Come and enjoy its beaches and cuisine! This Balearic island is a popular refuge for many people across various nationalities. Although it has often been associated with luxury and upmarket tourism, this is not necessarily the case. Due to its alluring history and variety in leisure variety such as cycling and hiking to name but a few, it attracts a diverse crowd. Besides, if that’s not enough to bring you here, then surely the weather that remains a delight throughout the year. The great advantage of staying here is that if you’ve got a backpack and like to spend your days moving from coast to coast, there are many remote villages and small beaches that only locals know about. The mystery and charm of this island is that it can surprise you everytime - whether that be in Calvia, Andratx, or Porto Cristo. But the magic doesn’t stop at the coast. El Puig Major or Soller are two inland locations that you will love. Both are nestled in the Tramuntana range. You must visit the capital, Palma de Mallorca, to visit its impressive Gothic Levantine Cathedral ‘La Seu’. In addition to strolling through the Old Town, you can enter its legendary walls and be able to witness its ambiance that is both bohemian and chic. Whether you’d like absolute relaxation, non-stop adventure or great gastronomy, you can find the perfect town or resort for your holiday.