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Sandy beaches, fishing villages and a vibrant capital city

We offer an extensive range of luxury villas in Majorca, from traditional fincas and farmhouses surrounded by citrus groves to modernist designer pads with contemporary interiors. Take a look through our selection near the honey-hued town of Santanyi or in Pollença, an ancient town in the foothills of the Tramuntana Mountains. We hand pick our villas to offer everything from a quiet, tranquil holiday to a fun-filled break closer to Majorca’s busier spots. What’s more, every villa has its own private pool so you can make the most of the sunny Mediterranean climes.

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May
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June
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July
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About Majorca

You’ll find our luxury villas in Majorca in a variety of settings, from fishing villages and rural mountain towns to elevated positions overlooking the sea. Elegant hilltop fincas, like San Mariana in the wine district town of Santa Maria, offer views over nearby villages and vine-clad slopes.

An excellent road network coupled with Majorca’s relatively small size means you’re never far from the coast. Seek an isolated cove for a romantic dip, or find a safe sandy beach for little ones can paddle. Our villas all offer easy access to Majorca’s many highlights, including popular attractions like the zoo or the Caves of Drach.

It’s well worth spending a day in the capital, Palma. The buzzy marina is a great place to watch the world go by, and there are numerous boutiques and galleries waiting to be discovered. Come at night and enjoy illuminated views of the vast Gothic cathedral when its massive buttresses are uplit from below.

Unsurprisingly, Majorca’s coastline is its star attraction. From snorkelling and sea kayaking to splashing about in the shallows, you’re sure to find a beach to suit your needs. We can arrange a host of other activities too. In the north around Pollença and Alcudia you’ll find several renowned golf courses, while rock climbing is possible in the Tramuntana Mountain range. For something more sedate, we recommend the Soller Train through the mountains, or a trip to the village of Deia for some fresh seafood at one of its famous fish restaurants.

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