Villas in Majorca, Balearic Islands
Wonderful collection of villas in Majorca
This elegant island has so much to offer for just about every type of holidaymaker. The wonderful climate, amazing landscape, gorgeous Spanish beaches, world-class restaurants, vibrant culture and cosmopolitan atmosphere combine in Majorca, creating a one of a kind island and a fabulous holiday destination with something to suit everyone! Choose to spend your holiday in one of our self-catering Spanish villas, and enjoy the island’s cultural program, comparable to any European capital city. The Palma auditorium is one of the most popular concert halls in Europe and the surrounding city is home to a number of Michelin-starred restaurants and luxury boutiques.
Things to do at gorgeous villas in Majorca
The foodies among you will be bowled over by the distinctive and flavourful Majorcan cuisine, which you will be able to enjoy in one of the fine restaurants or rustic eateries located near your chosen Spain villa or apartment. Alternatively, why not pick up some typical local produce to cook at the villa, perhaps trying to replicate one of the new dishes you have tried on the island, or in mainland regions such as Andalusia? To maximise the authenticity of self-catering in Spain, relax the Majorcan way with a gorgeous sunset, a glass of fine wine, a delicious paella and a stroll along the promenade or a night time dip in the swimming pool.
A variety of water sports to enjoy on family holidays
There are many joys of self-catering and by staying in one of our authentic holiday villas in Majorca you are allowing yourself the freedom, flexibility and privacy to enjoy your holiday at your own pace and plan your own itinerary. Choose one of our gorgeous villas in Majorca with a private pool and enjoy whiling away the hours on warm summer days lazing by the pool and spending quality time with your loved-ones. Families will enjoy a day trip to the marine theme park Marineland which has a seal pool, a dolphinarium and aquariums which contain countless species of marine animals and corals to admire.
Incredible nature in and around Majorca
There is plenty of beautiful nature waiting to be explored during your stay in one of our range of hand-picked self-catering apartments and holiday villas in Spain. Go on a boat trip to the Cabrera National Park, or visit one of Majorca's nature reserves with over 1,500 different types of plants. During the winter, the island is covered by countless blooming almond trees. If you enjoy bird watching, you will find many different bird species on Majorca, such as the Little Egret, Purple Heron, Little Bittern, Eurasian Black Vulture, Greater Flamingo and Balearic Shearwater. So whatever time of year you are looking to rent holiday villas in Majorca, NOVASOL has something for you.
Holiday rentals in Majorca – fincas with pools
Our holiday villas in Majorca offer everything you need for the perfect self-catering holiday. Whether you decide to stay in one of our luxurious villas in Majorca with a private pool, or a modern holiday apartment close to the northern resort of Alcúdia – when you choose to spend your holiday in one of our self-catering Spain accommodation options, you are sure to feel at home as soon as you have unpacked your bags.
Spanish villa holidays – make the most of the beautiful nature
The beautiful scenery and unspoilt nature of large parts of the island invite you to get outdoors, perhaps heading off on a hike, a run or a bike ride. Should you need to unwind after a day of activity, you can always return to Majorca villas for a cocktail by the pool. At the end of January, the buds of the almond trees are in bloom and you will never want to leave the island. The trees transform the landscape into a unique sea of flowers bathed in pink and white, rivalling the orange blooms of villas in Valencia. As part of a guided herb walk, Mediterranean herbs can also be discovered and taken back to cook with at your holiday accommodation.
History and culture to enjoy with holiday villas in Majorca
There are plenty of things to do in Majorca! Those who want to see the history and the culture of the island can do this in one of the many museums, churches and monuments. In Palma, for example, Cathedral La Seu has an impressive Gothic-Roman design, which peers over the city, and the Es Baluard Museum of Modern Art is packed with fabulous paintings and sculptures. History-buffs will love exploring the Arab Baths, one of the most important relics of Moorish architecture that exists in Europe. Many NOVASOL villas in Spain have parking space so you can rent a car, or explore on a quad for fun.
Before booking villas in Majorca
Before you book your dream self-catering holiday accommodation, please note that bed linen and towels are included in the rental price for the majority of our holiday homes in Majorca, but some properties do feature these as an added and optional extra, for which there is an additional charge. With such a beautifully sunny climate, we recommend paying attention to the sun, taking breaks in the shade and applying sun cream regularly. Whether pursuing adventure activities in Majorca, simply unwinding by the pool or learning about culture on the island, you can holiday your way while self-catering.
Service – why NOVASOL?
Majorca is a small island with less than 800,000 inhabitants, and half of those choose to live in Palma. The locals are very friendly and welcoming, catering so well for families to young and old couples alike. This makes Majorca a great destination to rent our holiday villas in Spain, but our holiday apartments in Majorca are also ideal for those who would like to stay in a resort. Many of the apartments enjoy fantastic panoramic views over the sea and yet you will often have access to a large shared swimming pool. NOVASOL has over 50 years’ experience providing holiday rentals in Europe, so you can be confident of reliability and expertise when booking with us.