Artà, Balearic Islands, Spain

Artà, Balearic Islands, Spain

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What is the best area to stay when travelling to Artà?

Whether you are travelling solo or with family and friends, here are the areas with the largest selection of holiday accommodations for a long holiday or just a weekend break in Artà:

  • Formentor: 61 holiday homes
  • Urbanització Bellresguard: 57 holiday homes
  • Son Baulo: 203 holiday homes
  • Urbanització Gotmar: 391 holiday homes
  • Urbanització la Font: 374 holiday homes

For other neighbourhoods, please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

What are the most popular points of interest and landmarks to stay near when travelling to Artà?

HomeAway offers a large selection of holiday accommodations near great places in Artà. From HomeAway travellers, the most popular points of interest to stay near are:

  • Ermita de Betlem: 8,308 holiday lettings
  • Regional Museum of Arta: 5,601 holiday lettings
  • Church of Sant Salvador: 5,462 holiday lettings
  • Ses Païsses: 5,319 holiday lettings
  • Ajuntament: 5,504 holiday lettings

But there are many other points of interest around Artà listed on HomeAway where you can find your place to stay. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available near the point of interest of your choice.

Can I find a holiday accommodation with suitable for kids in Artà?

Yes, you can select your preferred holiday accommodation with suitable for kids among our 2,117 holiday homes with suitable for kids available in Artà. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

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    Make a holiday rental home or self-catering villa in Arta, Spain your home away from home

    The quaint village of Arta is located in the picturesque northeast of Spain’s Majorca Island (Mallorca). The village is surrounded by rolling hills covered in almond, fig and olive trees. Arta’s rich history, beautiful, diverse scenery and excellent weather make it a lovely holiday destination for short breaks. In spite of Majorca’s popularity with tourists, Arta has managed to retain an atmosphere of quiet charm.

    Things to do on holiday in Arta, Spain

    There is plenty to see in the village, which is easily explored on foot. Visitors to Arta villas cannot help but be impressed by the Sanctuary of Sant Salvador that dominates the skyline of the village. The 13th century gothic church not only has excellent views over the village but also overlooks the Ses Paisses ruins. This Bronze-age archeological site is one of Majorca’s most important monuments.

    The Regional Museum of Arta is well worth a visit for those interested in the history and culture of Arta and Majorca. There are also numerous old religious buildings surrounding Artà, including the parish church of Transfiguració, the priory of Santa Maria de Bellpuig, the Franciscan convent of Sant Antoni de Pádua and the hermitage of Betlem.

    Another popular tourist attraction is the Cave of Arta, which is set into the side of the cliff and has spectacular views over the Mediterranean. There are guided tours of the cave daily.

    Visitors staying in self-catering villas in Arta can buy local produce at the market that is held in Conqueridor Square each Tuesday. Tourists can also take home crafts that have been locally made such as skillfully weaved hats and baskets.

    Despite being one of the island’s smaller villages, there are many colourful fiestas and celebrations throughout the year including the festival of Sant Antoni of Padua and the festival of Arta’s patron saint Sant Pere in June, the fiesta of Sant Salvador in August and the Summer Fair in September. These celebrations offer a wide variety of activities, parades and performances that are sure to keep visitors entertained.

    Places to visit on holiday in Arta, Spain

    Arta is located approximately 70km away from Palma where you can find excellent shopping and great restaurants. The vibrant Ballena strip in Magalluf is the best place to go if you want a taste of Majorca nightlife, but for nightlife that is closer there are the coastal towns of Cala Rajada and Porto Cristo.

    The best way to explore the island is to join a guided tour that takes you to the top attractions including Magalluf, where you can enjoy Aqualand and the Pirates Adventure Theatre Show, Palmañola, which has a Medieval Show, and the lovely town of Pollensa in the north.

    Weather in Arta, Spain

    Like the rest of Majorca, Arta has a Mediterranean climate with over 300 days of sunshine a year. Temperatures in summer reach 30˚C, and winters are mild, making it a wonderful holiday destination year round.

    Flights to Arta, Spain

    The airport at Palma is 70km away from Arta. BMI, easyJet, Ryanair, and Flybe offer flights toPalma de Mallorca from various UK destinations. From the airport visitors will have to hire a car and drive to their accommodation in Arta.

    Attractions in and around Arta

    Looking for places to see while you're in Arta? Don't miss landmarks such as Ermita de Betlem and Church of Sant Salvador, and unique cultural highlights such as Regional Museum of Arta. If some outdoor time is on the agenda, soak up some sun at S'Arenalet de Son Colom and Sa Canova Beach. Other places to visit in town include Ses Païsses, ca els Camps and na Ferradura.