Where to rent a villa for a family in Majorca?
Knowing where to go in Mallorca is perfect when it comes to organizing a holiday and finding the perfect villa for your family; sometimes it can be a challenge because you want to make sure it's a dream come true, where to rent a villa for a family in Majorca is a key point for your perfect holidays.
We tell you where you can discover long beaches or charming coves from north to south.
We want to help you with this brief tour so that you can decide which one is best for you and that your experience is exactly as you imagine it to be because Mallorca is paradise on all four sides!
Palma is the capital of Mallorca and has an important cultural and historical heritage. It is known for its beautiful beaches, luxury hotels, and boutiques.
Some of its main attractions are The Gothic-style Santa Maria Cathedral, Bellver Castle, and the Es Baluard Museum of Contemporary Art.
If you like shopping, you will love this area because there are many luxury boutiques and renowned international names such as Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, and the Twin Set headquarters on Paseo del Borne.
If you want to enjoy a delicious meal or just a drink, try one of the restaurants located around the Plaza Mayor, the well-known Lonja, in trendy neighborhoods such as Santa Catalina, El Portixol, or one of the terraces along the Paseo. The Palma area also has 3 golf courses: Vida, Son Quint, and Son Muntaner.
Palma's nightlife combines numerous restaurants, trendy bars, terraces, famous pubs/clubs, etc.
As you can see, Palma, in addition to its urban beaches, has a wide range of leisure and cultural activities.
Bendinat, Calvia, Portals Nous, Port Adriano, Puerto Andratx, Santa Ponsa, Sol de Mallorca.
If you are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and want a place to relax on white sandy beaches and disconnect from the stresses of everyday life, this area is the perfect place for you and where most of our family villas are located.
If you like to pamper yourself, this is also the place for you. Illetas Beach Club offers massages in natural caves, you will also find a luxurious beauty and wellness centre in Camp De Mar.
If you are looking for an exclusive and lively place, you will find it at Puro Beach Club or Nikki Beach.
There are numerous recreational activities available, such as hiking, cycling and even a Segway tour, ideal for water sports. Divers will be captivated by the wonders of the sea. You can charter a yacht in the exclusive and luxurious Puerto Portals, Porto Adriano or Puerto de Andratx.
As well as being full of luxury yachts and designer brands such as Chanel and Hermès, it has some of the best restaurants in town.
In the area, you will find more than 4 exclusive golf courses.
Calvia is only 15 minutes from Palma and 20 minutes from the airport
Southwest of Majorca, Port Adriano, El Toro
The west of Mallorca is a mountainous area, known as the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It is the perfect place for those who want to enjoy both the mountains and the sea, with beautiful villages such as Banyalbufar, Deia, Fornalutx, Soller, and Valldemossa. In this area, you will find some of the most beautiful hiking options in Europe: El Torrent de Pareis and the Archduke's path from Valldemossa and one of the treasures for cyclists: the toughest and most beautiful routes on the island: Inca-Sa Calobra.
The north of Mallorca is a great destination. It has long sandy beaches that are perfect for enjoying walks along the shores of the Mediterranean. It is ideal for enjoying water sports such as paddle surfing and kitesurfing. The bays of Alcudia and Pollensa are excellent places for this.
In addition to its beautiful beaches, the north of the island has some incredible villages: Alcudia, Buger, Campanet, Can Picafort, Formentor, Pollensa, Puerto Pollensa and Sa Pobla are some of the villages that make up this region, and all of them offer a wide variety of activities to suit your needs.
If you like horses, you will love Rancho Grande, which offers horseback riding on the beach of Puerto Pollensa, a unique experience not to be missed. And if your children are more interested in water than horses (who isn't?), there is a water park in Alcudia called Aqualandia where they will have fun splashing around with all kinds of water activities.
If you're looking for a quiet, off the beaten track destination with a bit of everything from beaches to caves and coves, look no further than the southeast coast of Mallorca.
Cala Mondragó, Caló des Moro and Cala S'Almunia are just some of the incredible crystal clear coves in this area.
In Portocolom you can eat a delicious paella on any of its terraces.
Cala D'Or is a popular tourist destination, excellent for families and couples.
This area has inland villages such as Santany, Campos, and Felanitx which have preserved their original urban layout.
Llucmajor, Sa Rapita, Colonia de Sant Jordi
In this area you will find the famous beach of Es Trenc, one of the most beautiful and recommended, with 3 kilometers of white sand and crystal clear waters where you can take long walks, enjoy water activities or watch the sunset.
If you want to visit some of the best beaches on the island, head to the south of Mallorca. The perfect combination: white sand and crystal clear turquoise waters. The beaches in the south of Mallorca are impressive, and there are many to choose from: Es Carbó, Es Trenc, Es Caragol....
Don't worry, golf fans!!!! The famous Marriott Son Antem Golf Club, located on the outskirts of Llucmajor, features two 18-hole courses in a stunning location.
range of leisure and cultural activities.