Luxury Villas in Majorca
Our collection of private villas in Spain includes villas in Majorca ranging from traditional stone fincas to contemporary designer pads. All of our luxury villas in Majorca have private pools and are conveniently located for exploring the pretty towns and beaches of the islands, such as our range of Luxury Villas in Pollenca.
See Our full range of luxury Majorca villas below
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Casa St. Antony is the perfect luxury villa for a family holiday in Majorca. Situated in a tranquil agricultural setting close to the popular towns of Santanyí and Felanitx in the south-east of the island, the villa is just a short drive from restaurants and shops and beautiful beaches and marinas. A number of golf courses are also close by as well as a number of charming little villages just waiting to be explored. With five en-suite bedrooms, a 12m heated swimming pool, air-conditioning throughout, satellite TV, table tennis, bikes and much more, Casa St. Antony is a perfect family holiday home and is ideally suited to two parties with children.
Rates: from £4,127 per week
With spectacular views over one of Mallorca's classiest resorts, Port d'Andratx, Villa Lianne is perfectly located for those seeking company with the yachting fraternity and film stars whose Italian-style villas are climbing up the neighbouring hillsides. The spacious living areas of the 6-bedroom property have been designed in rustic chic style with all mod cons imaginable, but it's the multi-storey exterior with the amazing pool, the jacuzzi on the roof and the breathtaking sea views that makes Villa Lianne truly unique.
Rates: from £6,669 per week
The interior of this luxury Majorcan villa is cool, stylish and comfortable; but it is the attention to detail that really sets C'Awanui apart. From the finest linens in the bedrooms to the latest equipment and gadgets - nothing has been overlooked at this private villa.
Rates: from £4,766 per week
Villa Arraval is a beautifully restored villa, situated close to Banyalbufar on the dramatic west coast of Majorca that boasts breathtaking sea as well as mountain views. Designed to the highest quality of standards with precious antiques and artwork, light-coloured fabrics, decorative details, but also enjoying modern amenities such as air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi internet, etc., this 4-bedroom villa is an ideal luxury holiday retreat for families, a group of friends or couples.
Rates: from £5,161 per week
With one of the fabulous Cala Serena/ Ferrera beaches, shops and restaurants within easy walking distance, this waterfront luxury villa in Majorca in the Cala d'Or area is perfectly arranged and located for a family villa holiday or for a group of friends travelling together.
Rates: from £7,337 per week
Built in traditional Majorcan style, this beautiful villa sits in grounds of six acres within a protected zone of exceptional calm and beauty and surrounded by a magnificent large garden with plenty of fruit trees and a vegetable garden. There is also a stunning heated 20m x 4.5m swimming pool with security cover.
Rates: from £7,049 per week
Set in 14 hectares of private woodland and garden near the picturesque village of Banyalbufar, Marimontana enjoys breathtaking views over the Mediterranean Sea to one side and of the majestic Tramuntana Mountains on the other. The location is ideal for discovering the many villages of this much-celebrated stretch of Majorca's coastline, including Deià, Valldemossa and the town of Sóller.
Rates: from £6,099 per week
On Majorca's stunning north-west coast, in the heart of the spectacular Tramuntana Mountains and only a short drive away from the bustling towns of Soller and Port de Soller lies this 350,000m2 estate of olive and citrus groves. Surrounded by these large terraces and gardens is the 16th century property that has recently been restored by a famous Spanish architect who combined the original agricultural features with modern minimalistic decor.
Rates: from £3,819 per week
Situated in the heart of the unspoilt beautiful village of Selva at the foot of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range lies this 140-year old refurbished town house within walking distance to local shops, bars and restaurants. Decorated to a very high modern standard with a great collection of European artwork, this 4 bedroom luxury house with its oasis-like garden is the perfect retreat for couples and families.
Rates: from £3,948 per week
This spacious and tastefully furnished property is situated in a peaceful, rural position between Manacor and Porto Christo, about 20 minutes from the beaches at Porto Christo and Cala Millor. From the house and garden there are wonderful views over the countryside in both directions, and four golf courses within a 15-minute drive.
Rates: from £4,788 per week
Majorca villas are surrounded by exceptional year-round climate and breath-taking scenery making it an idyllic location for a break and although it may sound clichéd, it really does seem to have something for everyone. Sports enthusiasts can get their fix of adrenaline on the world-class mountain biking circuits, while the rugged interior also makes for premier road cycling (the GB Olympic team is known to train here). Horse riding is very popular and any tennis fan worth their salt should know that Rafael Nadal hails from the island.
The combination of an excellent road network and the relative small size of the island mean you are never far from the coast, whether an isolated cove for a romantic dip, or a big, safe, sandy beach for letting the little one’s charge around on. Our Majorca villas are all in excellent locations around the island easily accessible to everything Majorca has to offer. The water is the main attraction, a crystalline azure mass of gently breaking waves, ideal for snorkelling, sea kayaking or simply splashing about in. For those looking for activities to enjoy with the children, Majorca offers several theme-parks, a zoo, the Caves of Drach in Porto Cristo, a safari park, and plenty more.
The capital, Palma, is well worth dedicating a day to thanks to its fine collection of exquisite boutiques & galleries, its majestic Majorca villas, its numerous excellent restaurants serving up fresh seafood and local pork and its bustling marina, full of luxury cruise liners, traditional sailing boats and yachts – an idyllic place to sit back, relax and watch the world go by. From here you can also enjoy the best views of the vast Gothic Cathedral, particularly at night, when its massive buttresses are lit from beneath accentuating every rib of its colossal hulk.
Our luxury villas in Majorca are typified by traditional stone fincas, beautifully restored to 21st century comfort levels. Though noted for its beaches, the rural interior is blissfully quiet and incredibly beautiful. Casa Bali is one of the fincas on Majorca which offers peace and tranquility and splendid views to the Tramuntana Mountains, whilst C’Awanui is more contemporary in style, located within easy reach of the popular small town of Pollenca. Vista Mar is one of several superb family villas in Majorca within easy reach of golf courses and La Chinampa at Cala d'Or is perfect for those who wish to be within walking distance of the beach and the restaurants and bars of a beach resort.
• Sant Sebastiàn (Religious Festival - Palma)
• San Antoni Abat (Religious Festival)
• Carnival (Pollensa)
• Regatta (Sailing Competition - Palma
• Fira Del Ram (Amusement Park - Palma)
• Les Valentes Dones (Festival - Soller)
• Nit de Foc (Festival - Palma)
• Cala d'Or International Jazz Festival (Cala d'Or)
• Inca's patron saints' days' feast (Inca)
• The Pollensa International Music Festival (Pollensa)
• Summer Music Festival (Capdepera)
• Fiesta of la Mare de Déu del Mar (Sporting and Music Events, Procession - Cala d'Or)
• Fiestas de San Agustín (Concerts, Street bands and Sporting Events - Felantix)
• Sant Bartomeu patron saint festivities (Festival - Montuïri)
• Cançons de la Mediterrània (Music Festival - Parc de la Mar)
• Chopin Festival (Concerts and Exhibitions - Valldemossa)
• La Beata Festival (Santa Margalida)
• Majorca’s Diada celebration
• Ballett Season (Palma)
• Pollensa Fair (Pollensa)
• The Feast of Santa Lucia (Palma)
General Activities in Majorca
- Soller Train - take a trip through Palma and over the mountains, enjoying the beatiful scenery, to the town of Soller and continue with the 'San Francisco Tram' to the port
- Fornells - head to Fornells, a small fishing village located towards the north of the island, and enjoy some fresh seafood at one of the fish restaurants the village is famous for
Sporting Activties in Majorca
- Diving - Diving Centres are located in Porto Colom
- Mountain Biking - rent a bike and discover The Balearics by bike
- Windsurfing/Kite-surfing - you will find various surfing schools on Majorca
- Rock-Climbing - there are climbing possibilties near Bunyola (Majorca)
- Golf - Majorca is home to some excellent golf courses, especially around Pollensa in the north-west of the sland
local Attractions in majorca
- Portals Nous, Marineland - Open all year round
- Magaluf, Nemo Submarine - Open from December to October
- Palma, Placa Major
- Palma, Cathedral of Palma - Open all year round
- Palma, Museum of Mallorca - Open all year round
Practical information for your villa holiday in majorca
GMT +1 hour
The Euro (€) is the official currency of Majorca. Coins are available in 1 cent, 2 cent, 5 cent, 10 cent, 20 cent, 50, cent , €1 & €2 denominations. Notes are available in €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200, €500 denominations.
Travellers cheques are widely accepted for exchange or purchase in major cities, but in more rural areas, visit a bank to exchange them for Euros. Major credit cards are widely accepted here (though a limited number of merchants have American Express accounts) and ATM access is widespread.
Exchange currency only at authorized outlets such as banks and hotels, and exchange only what you think you will spend in-country. Coins cannot be reconverted on departure.
Save all receipts from any currency exchange transaction. You may be asked to produce them when you exit the country, and they are required if you intend to reconvert local currency.
Tipping in Majorca
The Spaniards are fairly relaxed about tipping etiquette. However service is not usually included in restaurants and it is common practice to leave the spare change, or up to 10% of the total in a smarter restaurant. Taxi drivers and bartenders may be tipped less. Many petrol stations are not self service, however it is not usual to tip the station attendant.
Arrival & Departure Formalities
Travel documents are your responsibility. In general you should have:
- A signed, valid passport that will remain valid for at least 6 months beyond the completion of your trip. Your passport must have enough blank pages (excluding amendment pages) available for entry and exit stamps issued when entering and exiting immigration points.
- Visas are required for certain nationalities and you are strongly advised to check your status allowing plenty of time for visa application.
Weather in Majorca
During the summer months the islands typically has 11 hours of sunshine each day, average temperature topping 29ºC as well as virtually no rain. Spring's and autumn's temperatures range from 22ºC-28ºC and the region's sunshine is still between 8-10 hours a day. The weather can be unpredictable and much more changeable, with the night-time temperature dropping quite dramatically. The winter brings average temperatures dropping to a cooler 15ºC, and 5 hours of sunshine a day.
It is advisable to contact your doctor before you travel if you have any specific health concerns and take out appropriate travel and medical insurance.
Electricity supply in Majorca
Electrical service in Spain, including Majorca, is supplied at 220-240 volts/50 hertz – a converter/adaptor may be required.
Driving in Majorca
- No right-hand turn on a red light.
- Traffic from the RIGHT has right of way.
- Passport or national ID as well as driver's license,insurance papers and ownership papers must be carried all the time.
- An international driving licence is not required for European citizens. Your locally issued driving licence, as long as it is accompanied by the passport, will suffice.
- National speed limit is 50km (31mph) in towns, 90km (56mph) on secondary non-urban highways (carretera secundaria), 100km (62mph) on dual carriageways (carretera/autovia), 120km (75mph) on motorways (autopista). Speeding fines: 30 – 300 Euros.
- Minimum driving age is 18.
- For use of the highways (autopista) it is often necessary to pay a toll before access. Prices vary and are calculated by the distance of the journey.
- There are strict laws concerning drinking and driving. Blood alcohol levels must not exceed 0,05%. There are random breathalyser tests carried out regularly by the police.