The typical Majorcan village of Alaro is in a peaceful location at the foot of the Sierra de Tramontana mountains about 13 miles inland from the western coast of Majorca. This is a wonderful destination for self catering accommodation, combining a rural location with scenic beauty. Accommodation in Alaro is perfect for families and friends who want to experience a relaxing holiday yet enjoy all that the Balearic island of Majorca has to offer.
Holidaymakers who desire a relaxing holiday will love self catering accommodation in Alaro. The houses and villas available to rent here enjoy a peaceful location yet the village has all the amenities you need whilst on holiday. The village market on a Saturday is always popular, and the ideal place to stock up on fresh Majorcan produce. When you want a break from cooking in your Alaro accommodation you can try one of the numerous bars or restaurants in the village where there are also supermarkets, banks, a chemist and a newsagent.
Like many small towns and villages in Majorca when you stay in self catering holiday rental in Alaro you can enjoy a variety of festivals which take place throughout the year. These lively events are great for experiencing some of the local Majorcan culture. The hills and mountains surrounding are very scenic and ideal for enjoying walking and hiking, plus there’s a castle to find and explore! When you fancy a day at the beach it’s only about a 13 mile drive, so perfect for a day trip.
When you’ve soaked in the atmosphere around your peaceful Alaro self catering accommodation, take time to visit some of the other lovely places on the island of Majorca. Between Alaro and the coast is the popular town of Soller. Enjoy the tramway, museums, botanical garden, and more here, then travel on to the attractive Port de Soller, on the coast.
To experience a larger Majorcan town, visit the capital city, Palma. From your accommodation in Alaro Palma is easy to get to as there’s a train service running regularly to the city. Palma has many interesting attractions to visit, as well as a great many shops, restaurants and bars to enjoy too.
You can make the most of self catering accommodation in Alaro throughout the year with the nice Mediterranean climate experienced here. The hot and dry summers make way for warm autumns and mild winters when the weather is a little more rainy, but if you’re coming to enjoy the scenery and Majorcan culture the average highs of 14°C (57°F) in January are plenty warm enough!
It’s easy to get to self catering accommodation in Spain with the main Majorcan airport being only 13 miles away.Palma de Mallorca Airport is just on the outskirts of the city and you can reach Alaro by train or by car from Palma. Many airlines offer flights to here including Thomson Airways, Thomas Cook Airlines, Ryanair, Monarch Airlines, Jet2.com, Flybe, easyJet, British Airways, BMI, and bmiBaby.