Villas in Majorca and Apartments by Holiday Lettings

Why Majorca?

The largest and most exciting of the Balearic islands, Majorca is a haven for sun seekers hoping to capture the laid-back, Mediterranean lifestyle on its legendary beaches. With dozens of soft, sandy coves linking historic cities with party towns and sleepy marinas, a trip to Majorca is the quintessential island escape.

The Best Sunbathing

Villas and apartments in Majorca are best by the beach - you can’t help but leave more sun-kissed than when you arrived. The Playa de Muro is the most famous: glorious white sand leads down to a quaint wooden jetty that lets you walk out over the clear blue sea.

Great Days Out

Majorca has a rich past waiting to be discovered in the rugged landscape. You’ll never forget the winding drive up to Cap de Formentor, and the view across the dramatic cliffs of the north coast. The capital, Palma, has treasures of its own: La Seu cathedral, for example, is a must-see.

Party Vibes

If quiet sunbathing and sleepy villas aren’t for you, you’ll be pleased to know Majorca is home to Magaluf, the Balearic party capital. Whether you plan to take on a water park, join a speed boat tour or sample the notorious nightlife, there’s never a dull moment.

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Places to stay in Majorca

Places to visit in Majorca

Paseo Maritimo, Mallorca

If you like a more metropolitan feel on your beach holidays, you’ll find Palma ideal. Majorca’s capital has every convenience and a wealth of historic attractions to keep you busy if the beach gets crowded. That’s unlikely, though - the Platja Ca'n Pere Antoni alone is over a kilometre long!

Puerto Pollensa Marina

Love the landscape of Pollensa but not the city crowds? Puerto Pollensa, a few miles east of Pollensa proper, is an idyllic coastal town, home to countless small restaurants and shops, perfect for whiling away lazy days. The soft, golden beach and clear seas are an added bonus.


Also in the north-east is Alcúdia and its famous beaches. Playa de Alcúdia and Playa de Aucanada both carry TripAdvisor Certificates of Excellence and coveted Blue Flag status. Further north, Playa Coll Baix is an astounding turquoise cove hidden from the outside world by steep sandstone cliffs.

Pollensa Town

Pollensa appeals to adventurous travellers with a soft spot for sunbathing. Positioned on Majorca’s north-eastern tip, it’s home to remarkable hills, cliffs and coves. For an unbeatable view of Pollensa, a morning climb up the 365 Calvari Steps as the sun rises is highly recommended.

Things to do in Majorca

Palma Cathedral

Also known as La Seu, this Catalan Gothic cathedral took nearly 400 years to build. Inside, it’s taller than Notre Dame!

Serra de Tramuntana

A breathtaking mountain range along Majorca’s north coast. It’s a must-visit for caving, cliff diving, hiking and even driving.

Alcúdia Old Town

Alcúdia boasts perfectly restored medieval walls that encircle its Old Town. Quaint, cobbled streets and ancient buildings await inside.

Playa de Muro

One of Majorca’s finest beaches, Playa de Muro is famed the world over for its white sand and clear waters.

Cap de Formentor

There is no better view on the island than the one from Formentor Lighthouse. There’s no better drive, either.

Puerto de Soller

You couldn’t hope to find a more charming Mediterranean town, complete with a vintage tram system and idyllic marina.

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Top Destination reviews

Playa Dor apartment
Amazing location with spectacular sea views

Having holidayed in Cala D'Or on several occasions we found our usual apartment was no longer available to rent so set about searching for somewhere new to stay. This apartment was an excellent choice and had everything we wanted in an apartment-sea … see more
The best penthouse in Puerto de Alcudia
A wonderful 10 days in Alcudia.

This little slice of heaven is where myself and my family stayed in Alcudia. Even though it was a one bedroom penthouse it felt large with lots of space, especially if you have two children who run riot. At 20 months and 4 years they were very happy … see more
Bright & Sunny Holiday Home in Fab location
Beautiful and relaxing.

We have just returned after 12 days at La Puerto, it is a lovely complex, clean and well tended every morning by the handymen. The pool was clean and warm, and there are plenty of loungers. It is gated with a key needed for entry so felt very safe … see more
Ca'Na Carolina
Wow, excellent. Great location. Very helpful agents. Marvellous.

Couldn't have been any better. Very well equipped, wonderful views of mountains from balcony. Lovely and quiet despite being the height of the season and very busy. Julia's daughter even came out to apartment on the evening of our arrival when we had … see more
Cala d'Or Apartments
What it said on the label, perfect location and more than adequate apartment.

We know the area and therefore were confident about the location. Restaurants of all qualities all walkable, decent supermarket three hundred metres away and good old Molly's bar for top quality home style cooking with enormous portions. The owners o … see more
Lovely 1 Bed Apartment with pool in Cala Egos, 2 mins from beach
Fantastic end of season break

For us, this was the perfect location, but it may be too quiet for some. The apartment itself was spacious, clean and well appointed. Great to arrive with basic provisions kindly provided. There is a pool, which is quite small, but was perfect for o … see more

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