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Spacious holiday apartment on the beach in Majorca
Find a holiday apartment in Majorca to suit your holiday needs easily with TUI Villas. The range of reliable accommodation options is vast, and it all depends on what you're searching for on a trip to the biggest of Spain's Balearic Islands, located off the Catalan coast. A trip to Majorca should not be limited to a passing weekend in a hotel resort. Settle into a spacious, homely holiday apartment and uncover the incredible richness of this island. In addition to otherworldly beaches and pulsating nightlife, there's a world of culture, history, cuisine and diverse landscapes waiting to be explored.
Welcome to Majorca
From the stunning mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana to secluded coves and long white beaches, Majorca is a land of immense natural beauty. Book a holiday apartment in Majorca with TUI Villas to give yourself the freedom to explore the island’s beauty, culture and nightlife at your own pace.
Beautiful beaches on your doorstep
If it’s a beach holiday you’re after, you’re truly spoilt for choice in Majorca. Perfect crystalline water and long stretches of white sand are par for the course, waiting around practically every corner. If you want to be in the heart of the action, book a holiday apartment on Majorca’s world-famous 900-metre beach at Magaluf, where a glitzy modern promenade is lined with all the shops, bars, cafes and other comforts. For something much less developed, though no less beautiful, with all the amenities you need within easy reach, rent a finca near the beaches at Es Trent or Es Carbo.
Find a quiet hiking holiday apartment on Majorca
Majorca isn't only about the beaches; it also boasts some incredible mountain landscapes. With five different peaks reaching over 1000m in altitude on the island, there is plenty to challenge the keenest of hikers and mountain bikers. For the most dramatic scenery, aim for the staggering Terra de Tramuntana on the west of the island, where you'll often find yourself alone on quiet trails through some amazing scenery. On the eastern side of Majorca, the Serra de Llevant mountains also offer peaceful trails and plenty more gentle paths for walkers of all ages. Don't forget about the many coastal walking tracks around Majorca, too, which can reveal hidden coves and beaches inaccessible by car) that most holidaymakers will never get to see.
Nightlife worth writing home about
A big reason people book a holiday apartment in Majorca is for clubbing, and you won’t be disappointed by the line-up of major clubs and international music venues around Palma de Mallorca and Magaluf, where venues like BCM Empire and Abraxas regularly host the biggest DJ’s from around the world. However, there is a lot more to nightlife on Majorca than clubbing. Wine is an ancient Majorcan speciality, and bodegas everywhere offer an authentic evening experience. You’ll also find excellent live music venues covering a whole range of genres; from free open-air classical music concerts (Chopin once lived on Majorca, after all) to the world-renowned annual jazz festival at Cala d’Or.
Make the most of Majorca's excellent produce
You don’t even have to leave your holiday apartment in Majorca to taste some amazing local cuisine. Majorca, a bountiful island with a long and distinguished food heritage, is one of the Mediterranean’s top destinations for private chef dining. Make the most of TUI Villas’ customer support during the booking process to find a private chef who can cook Majorca’s incredible fresh seafood, famous spicy sobrasada sausage, seasonal vegetables and local herbs into delicious meals. Ideal for large groups, this is the easiest and safest way to host a successful Catalan paella party while on holiday!
Hop around holiday apartments on Majorca
Struggling to decide which beautiful part of the island to book your holiday apartment in Majorca? Don’t worry. TUI Villas lets you book various holiday homes around Majorca for the same trip, so you can see more of the island without wasting time having to drive back to the same base every day. If you’re keen on hitting Majorca’s inland or coastal cycling trails then the beautiful beach town of Alcúdia is the perfect base for a night or two. Often overlooked by day-trippers who come to visit the mysterious Cuevas Del Drach (‘Dragon Caves’) nearby, the relaxed town of Porto Cristo, with it’s sheltered beach and quaint beachside restaurants are well worth an overnight stay rather than driving all the way back across the island to Palma de Mallorca.
How to get to Majorca
Sant Joan Airport in Palma de Mallorca is by far the easiest way to get to Majorca from Europe. Numerous budget and national airlines operate direct daily flights to Palma de Mallorca from most major European capitals, including London, Berlin, Amsterdam and Paris, as well as many smaller hubs. A shuttle bus from the airport runs you straight to the centre of Palma, although most rental car companies have their offices at the airport, so you can drive straight from there to any holiday home around Majorca. Another option is to take a ferry to Majorca from mainland Spain. There are many options for this including Barcelona, Valencia and Alicante, as well as the neighbouring islands of Ibiza and Menorca.
Best time of year for a holiday apartment in Majorca
Summer is surely the nicest time of year to visit Majorca. July and August are all the sunniest, hottest, and busiest months of the year, though away from the best known spots you’re still able to find relatively uncrowned beaches. Either side of peak summer, the months of April-June and September-October are excellent times to visit, with the odd cool spell and a bit more rain – a small price to pay for smaller crowds. Over winter, a lot of Majorca's resorts and beach facilities are closed, and a lot of local shopkeepers and tour operators take their holidays at this time. That said, the island is still beautiful and the weather certainly mild by European winter standards, with daytime temperatures regularly in the 20s.
Teenagers can be tricky to entertain on holiday, but Majorca has lots of things to do that they will embrace along with the rest of the family. Choosing holiday apartments in Majorca Spain gives you the freedom to explore the island and try some of the exciting activities on offer.
A tour the historical city of Palma is more fun on the back of a Segway. Available for anyone 12 years and older, teenagers will get the hang of operating a Segway in no time. If you're a family that likes more challenging activities, canyoning is available in the mountains of Majorca. Qualified instructors help you jump into rock pools, abseil down steep inclines and swim in narrow waterways. You can have a go at SUP boarding in the quiet waters of Alcudia Bay. There are a number of holiday apartments in Majorca Spain that are within easy reach of Alcudia, so if you want to enjoy windsurfing, kayaking or sailing, this is a good area to base yourself. Katmandu Park in Magaluf has something for every age group. With 5D thrill rides, a waterpark and soft play areas there's plenty to do here. Aqualand in Arenal offers water slides, dinghy shoots and a wave pool. And Fantasia Golf in Palma is a great way to pass an hour or two in early evening. All of the TUI Villas holiday apartments in Majorca Spain are within easy reach of these great things to do with your family.
Porto Cristo, Majorca
Holiday home for max. 8 adults + 2 childrenProperty no. 879202
from USD 1,273for 1 weekApprox. 200 m², 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, pets not allowed, satellite TV, Complete Wifi coverage, washing machine, dishwasher, shingle beach approx. 1 km, private pool, sea/lake view, Country estate
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