If you are looking for a slice of paradise, then a villa in Llenaire, Majorca, might be just the solution. Llenaire is widely regarded as one of the best areas surrounding Puerto Pollenca, and has an incredibly nice white sandy beach. Self catering accommodation in Llenaire will enable you to both enjoy your surroundings and also relax in a well appointed home from home. Many of the villas on offer come with their own swimming pools, and make for great places to have an evening barbeque.
Llenaire itself is all about the beach, sea and peace and quiet. This might seem at odds with some people’s view of holidays in Llenaire, but the truth is, that renting a villa here places you worlds away from the package tourists crammed into their faceless hotels. A holiday in Llenaire is all about wonderful scenery, walks along the beach and a friendly atmosphere. It might also be a nice idea to hire a car for the duration of your stay, as this way, you can get around the island, and see a side to it that so few people ever do. Other popular activities include water sports, safe swimming, walking and rambling, fishing, cycling and plenty of golf courses throughout the area.
The town of Puerto Pollensa is very close by, and here, this former fishing village retains its charm and atmosphere. There is a new marina which is well worth a visit, as is the market. From here, if you do not have a car of your own, it is possible to catch public transport or go on an organised tour to a number of places. A day trip to Palma reveals a modern, bustling city, but with a history that will leave you exploring the cobbled streets of the old quarter, and marvelling at the Gothic church. There are many sanctuaries and monasteries dotted around, and again, these make for an excellent day trip. Although the self catering accommodation in Llenaire has all you will need to cook a meal for yourself, you should eat out in order to taste the excellent cuisine on offer from around the island.
Whilst the spring and summer months are excellent, in the autumn, severe thunderstorms can plague the island during the latter parts of September and most of October. The best times to visit are those spring and summer months, with the hottest temperatures reached during August at over 30 degrees Celsius. The winter can be cooler than expected, but by UK standards, is positively steamy at 14 degrees Celsius during the day! The average rainfall for the area is around 15 inches per year.
Located just 8 km from the city, Palma International airport (PMI) is the most popular arrival point for tourists from overseas. It must be noted, that you may need to organise onwards transport or hire a car in order to reach your villa in Llenaire, Majorca. Flights into Palma are through airlines such as Jet2, Thomson Airways, Thomas Cook Airlines, easyJet, Ryan Air and British Airways. You can choose from airports such as London Luton (LTN), Cardiff (CWL), Exeter (EXT), Birmingham (BHX), Edinburgh (EDI), Southampton(SOU) and London Stansted (STN).