Large holiday villas to rent in Majorca
Mallorca in Spanish, Majorca in English, this enticing Balearic island is renowned as one of the best holiday destinations across the globe. Our range of big houses, large holiday homes and villas will allow you to enjoy the sunshine and golden sands of this wonderful idyll close to Spain. Whether after the perfect party pad or a quiet beachside retreat, it’s here in Majorca.
A glistening jewel in the Mediterranean Sea, the coast of Majorca is lapped by turquoise waters, where picture-postcard beach resorts such as Alcudia, Puerto Pollensa and Cala Bona contrast with the island’s mountainous backbone of Serra de Tramuntana.
Most visitors are enticed by the swathes of golden sand and attractive terracotta streets. Pick up local produce from the famous open-air market in Alcudia, sip cocktails in a beachside bar, tuck into mouth-watering tapas in one of the many welcoming restaurants or lie back on a beach with a book. A holiday in Majorca can be anything you want it to be.
If it’s nightlife you’re after, Magaluf will be happy to oblige, with bright lights, clubs, bars and dancing into the early hours of the morning. Palma also has its fair share of nightspots, but it’s also peppered with cultural sites, elegant architecture and charming old shopping streets for daytime enjoyment.
Adventure-seekers should head for the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site harbouring peaceful reservoirs, dramatic rocky peaks, hilltop monasteries and captivating coastal views. Pull on some sturdy hiking boots and set off through the beautiful landscape on foot, try rock climbing, coasteering or canyoning, take to two wheels on the thrilling Sa Calobra Pass or go for a scenic drive to take in the awe-inspiring scenery on Coll de Sollér.
The woody scent of pine forests, the cooling wine produced by the island’s inland vineyards, the fleeting bubblegum-pink blossoms of the almond groves, the warm stone of the honey-coloured villages and the evening chirruping of cicadas in the trees; the island is a feast for the senses.