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Villas in Majorca
Majorca boasts a full selection of self-catering villas, replete with swimming pools, BBQs and views overlooking the sparkling Mediterranean Sea or rugged Majorcan mountains. Stay in the electric main town of Palma de Majorca if nightlife and bustling beaches are your thing. Find a villa in northeast Majorca for the island's most beautiful beaches in a wonderfully tranquil environment. Or why not look inland for a truly authentic holiday experience in one of Mallorca’s medieval towns such as Soller or Alaro?Villas for a memorable holiday
The vast majority of villas in Majorca come with a private pool and are situated in landscaped gardens with patios, sunbeds, parasols, and a beautiful dining area. Some villas even have sporting facilities such as table tennis! Lounge by the pool under the gentle shade of a palm tree, with a deliciously refreshing drink in one hand and a good book in the other, feel the warm breeze caress your skin and marvel at the marvellous Majorcan vistas!
Travellers and activities
Majorca’s beaches are lovely wherever you are on the island, but the beaches of northeast Majorca are truly special. Think an untouched coastline, with a backdrop of protected dune systems, pine forests and whimsical rock formations. The most celebrated beach in the area is Cala Torta, a large easily accessible sandy beach. Cala sa font Celada closely resembles Cala Torta but is much more secluded, as it is an hour hike from the road to get there! But if you can muster up the gumption, it is well worth the effort. Probably the finest beach of all on Majorca is Formentor. Take a ferry from Pollensa Port pier directly to the calm crystalline waters of this pine tree lined, postcard-perfect beach for the ages.Majorca for family holidays
Just two hours by plane from northern Europe and a beach holiday season that lasts 6 months, Majorca is a hugely popular holiday destination for families. The main draw is the fine beaches in conjunction with the highly-developed infrastructure and extremely palatable prices. But it is not just about long days spent with a bucket and spade, as there are so many other family-friendly attractions on the island, such as the Palma de Majorca Aquarium, one of the biggest in Europe and home to the deepest shark tank anywhere on the continent!Majorca for cave exploration
Majorca is home to an amazing range of cave systems, the most impressive being the Coves del Drach on the east coast of the island, a fanciful land of giant stalactites, stalagmites and shimmering underground lakes. These four caves, formed by the erosion of rainwater over millions of years and connected to each other, house Lake Martel, one of the largest underground lakes in the world, where classical music concerts are offered daily. Make this one of your must-sees on your holiday in Majorca!
Majorca is the biggest island in Spain, so you need to come back again and again to see all of its wonderful sites!
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This nature reserve is home to Cala Mondrago, considered the most exquisite beach on the island. The natural ecosystem of the beach is untouched by mankind, and the reserve is home to several trails which you can follow on an unforgettable exploration of this awesome environment.2. Have lunch in the medieval village of Alaro
Aloro is a serene, traditional Majorcan town nestled deep in a beautiful valley in the rolling hills of northern Mallorca. Traditional light stone dominates its architecture, providing a pleasing uniformity to the town. Come and enjoy a delicious lunch in one of its time-honoured restaurants!3. Discover one of Europe’s biggest cathedrals
One of the largest cathedrals in Europe, vast La Seu Cathedral is over 120 metres long, and sits right on the seashore and harbour of the gorgeous town of Palma de Mallorca. Don’t miss the extraordinary stained-glass rosettes that adorn the windows, creating a fabulous spectacle of polychrome lights.4. Take on the hairpin bends of Cap Formentor
The trip to Cap Formentor is nirvana for cyclists. Its crazy hairpin bends, vertiginous climbs and dramatic mountainous scenery have made this an almost mythical route in the cycling world. Best of all, cars are not allowed on this route in summer!5. Go climbing at La Creveta
Sierra de Tramuntana epitomises the magnificent geography of this region and is home to several peaks for different levels of climbers. The most popular climbing area, La Creveta offers an assortment of memorable ascents with dizzying views.6. Visit the town of Soller and its famous orange groves
Soller, famous for its orange groves, is one of the most beautiful towns in the interior of Mallorca. In addition to observing the beautiful valley of orange trees, stroll the narrow streets of the centre and admire its plethora of majestic palaces and stately homes.7. Get your binoculars out!
Pollenca Port is a real treat for amateur bird watches, with scores of native and immigrant bird species found in and around the harbour. Head to La Gola, a fully accessible bird reserve just a few minutes' walk from the harbour, where you can learn all about its feathered inhabitants.