Discover a selection of more than 10,000 holiday rentals in Majorca Island, ES that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo holiday homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including private pool and pool. Prices start at £ 65 per night, and villas and houses are popular options for a stay in Majorca Island. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Exciting nightlife and resorts await at Majorca villas

This island, which also goes by the Spanish spelling of Mallorca, offers a range of family-friendly villas that will cater to your family's every desire. If you want a beachfront villa or something in the heart of the shopping district, you will not be disappointed. Many villas in Spain feature ground-level accommodation for families, making it easier to get out to the beach for the day with all of your toys, towels and coolers. Several family villas also offer access to playgrounds and swimming pools that are great options when your kids are looking for a new activity.

 
History

Intriguing history around Majorca holiday villas

Palma – the island capital of Majorca – is the spot to go to really delve into the centuries of history that coalesce here. It's a fascinating place, partially covered by a UNESCO World Heritage Site that encompasses the striking Catedral de Mallorca and the Arab Baths. They showcase a medley of Moorish and Andalusian building styles that reveal the strong influence of North Africa on this Balearic isle. You can also glimpse age-old remnants of feudal Majorca in the Serra de Tramuntana, where many of the hamlets and villages seem totally unchanged by the passing of the years.

Activities

Activities and attractions in and around Majorca Island

Are you hoping to discover top things to see and do during your stay? Although it can be tempting to stay in your comfortable holiday rental, you'll want to experience everything that makes Majorca Island a fun place to get away to. Here are some of the major attractions to explore, all within 30 miles (48.2 km) of the city centre:

  • Zoologico Natura Parc (6.1 mi / 9.8 km)
  • Golf Son Gual (7.6 mi / 12.3 km)
  • Golf Park Puntiro (8.5 mi / 13.7 km)
  • Bodega José L. Ferrer (8.7 mi / 13.9 km)
  • Bodega Ribas (9 mi / 14.5 km)
  • Vinyes I Bodegues Miquel Oliver (9.1 mi / 14.6 km)
Outdoor activities

Enjoy the great outdoors from your Majorca holiday let

Seeking out a rustic Majorca holiday cottage in the pine-scented Serra de Tramuntana is a sure way to go off the beaten path in this picture-perfect Balearic island. That rugged mountain range runs the whole of the north-west coast, hosting protected swathes of pine forest and peaks that are covered with hiking trails. Towns like Fornalutx and Soller are excellent choices if you're looking to get on the paths. Along the coast, places like Can Picafort in the north are perennial favourites with windsurfers, while scuba diving outfitters await in Port de Pollenca, primed with tanks and gear to help you explore the coral reefs and encounter sea turtles.

Weather

Seasonal weather averages in Majorca Island

If you're planning a holiday around warm-weather activities, July, August, September and June are the hottest months to visit, when temperatures average 31°F.

Natural features

Exploring the beaches and other natural features in Majorca Island

Travellers enjoy Majorca Island for its island views and seaside. Whether you're an active traveller or just want to spend some time taking in the scenery, Majorca Island is a great spot to appreciate mother nature. Here are some of the area’s most stunning natural features, all within 30 miles (48.2 km) of the city centre:

  • Es Trenc Beach (16.8 mi / 27.1 km)
  • Puig Mayor (18.3 mi / 29.4 km)
  • El Arenal Beach (12 mi / 19.3 km)
  • Cala Estancia (12.9 mi / 20.7 km)
  • Caló de son Caios (13.1 mi / 21 km)
  • Cala Mosques (13.1 mi / 21 km)
How to get there

Transport options to and around Majorca Island

The nearest airport is in Palma de Mallorca (PMI), located 11.7 mi (18.9 km) from the city centre.

If you prefer to travel by train, Sineu St Joan Station, Sineu Station and Inca Enllac Station are the main stations in the area. You can see more of Majorca Island by catching a ride on the metro at Son Castello Station, Son Fuster Vell Station or Gran Via Asima Station.

How to get around

Ways to get around Majorca

A trio of motorways and a whole host of winding country lanes – often opening onto dramatic vistas of the Tramuntana Mountains or the central plains – makes Majorca an excellent destination for drivers. You can rent cars from outlets in the airport in Palma and from most of the major resorts. Alternatively, there's a small train network that links the capital to a number of smaller inland towns. In fact, the most notable rail journey, from Palma to Sóller on a vintage timber carriage, is an experience in itself, passing over high viaducts and through pine forests. There are also buses that run all the way around the coast, with frequent connections to big resorts like Magaluf and Cala d'Or.

Restaurants and bars

The best restaurants in Majorca

With saffron-infused paella and salty cured hams mingling with international cuisine all over Majorca, there are plenty of restaurants and eateries to get stuck into:

  • Palma is considered the culinary hub of the island, packing in loads of Andalusian-style tapas bars
  • Chic cocktail places, Italian trattorias and creative European haute cuisine are the name of the game around upscale Portals Nous
  • Magaluf is home to oodles of international eateries and fast-food places, catering well to anyone looking to hit the clubs till late
  • Go inland in the Migjorn and Llevant regions to taste local tipples – you'll discover a burgeoning Majorcan wine area and loads of cellar doors
Essential info

Important info for stays in Majorca holiday rentals

  • It's normal to leave tips of 10–15% in Majorcan restaurants
  • The clubbing season in Magaluf typically runs from late May to September
  • Driving is on the right-hand side in Majorca, as in the rest of Spain
  • Majorca can get scorching during the summer months, so always bring enough sun cream for the whole holiday
  • The currency in Majorca is the euro

Can I find a vacation rental around Majorca Island?

Yes, our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 17,076 vacation rentals near Majorca Island. From 7,161 villas to 13,748 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Majorca Island for a holiday or a weekend are on Vrbo.