Find the best place to stay — Majorca Island

Where to stay around Majorca Island?

Our 2018 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 14,701 holiday lettings near Majorca Island. From 6,674 villas to 4,307 houses, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends. The best place to stay near Majorca Island is on HomeAway.

What are the most popular destinations to visit in Majorca Island?

There are many lovely places to stay for a long holiday or just a weekend break in Majorca Island. From HomeAway travellers, the popular destinations to visit are:

  • Port de Pollença: 4,023 holiday homes
  • Palma: 3,359 holiday homes
  • Cala D'or: 1,914 holiday homes
  • Alcúdia: 6,281 holiday homes
  • Pollença: 6,085 holiday homes

HomeAway offers you the possibility to discover many other popular destinations in Majorca Island! Please use our search bar to access the selection of self catering accommodations available in other popular destinations.

What are the main cities to discover in Majorca Island?

Whether you are travelling solo or with family and friends, here are the cities in Majorca Island with the largest selection of holiday lettings for a perfect city break:

  • Port de Pollença: 4,023 holiday lettings
  • Cala D'or: 1,914 holiday lettings
  • Alcúdia: 6,281 holiday lettings
  • Pollença: 6,085 holiday lettings
  • Palma Nova: 994 holiday lettings

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

What are the most popular points of interest and landmarks to stay near in Majorca Island?

HomeAway offers a large selection of holiday lettings near great places to visit in Majorca Island. From HomeAway travellers, the top popular points of interest to stay for a holiday trip or just for a weekend are:

  • Pollensa Port: 7,010 holiday rentals
  • Santa Ponsa Beach: 1,887 holiday rentals
  • Alcudia Port: 8,066 holiday rentals
  • Placa Major: 7,906 holiday rentals
  • Mallorca Casino: 3,479 holiday rentals

But there are many other points of interest around Majorca Island listed on HomeAway where you can find your place to stay. Just write your wanted destination in our search bar and have a look at our selection of holiday accommodations.

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Majorca Holiday Rentals

Majorca is a holiday destination that instantly brings sun, sea and sand to mind and at HomeAway you’ll be able to narrow down your search to find the perfect villa in Majorca that is tailored to your specifications. Of course, excellent beaches will always be close by, but there are also attractive old towns like Soller and impressive mountain scenery to experience. You might be on the hunt for one of our more elegant Majorca holiday lettings on the upmarket north side of the island, or an apartment next to the beach in Porto Cristo or Cala d’Or to the east. You’ll want to spend as much time as possible enjoying the beautiful weather, so you might like to choose a villas that includes a pool, garden or outdoor barbecue area.

Things to do

  • The Capital, Palma – If you are holidaying in Majorca, you should plan a day trip to the island’s capital, which is a fascinating city, with interesting historical and cultural attractions, diverse cuisine and great shopping. There’s a stunning medieval cathedral and a historical quarter that boasts the stunning Arab Baths, which date back to the 1100s. If you are interested in staying in this fantastic city, we also offer a good selection of apartments in Palma de Majorca.
  • Food and drink in Majorca - Majorca is an island with excellent local produce and a wine culture dating back to Roman times; there are a number of wineries inland offering guided tours and tasting sessions. Some specialities we would recommend you sample during your holiday are: Ensaimada, sweet pastries, and Sobrassada; a cured sausage.
  • Beaches in Majorca - Majorca’s coast features some incredible beaches. The west and north is mostly rocky with craggy coves like the spectacular Cala Llamp in Port d’Andratx, while the south and east coasts feature long stretches of pale sand and clear waters. Although most of the beaches get busy, it is still possible to track down secluded beaches in remote locations in the summer months.
  • Hiking in Majorca - Majorca’s rugged north provides some beautiful landscapes, covered with pine forest, citrus and olive groves and can be explored via a number of hiking routes. There are formidable trails guiding you through the Serra de Tramuntana or less challenging walks via the beautiful almond groves around Sóller in the winter.
  • Golfing - Across a small area, Majorca offers 18 full-sized public courses, making it one of the best destinations for the sport in Europe. They are clustered mostly towards the north east and south west of the island, with four to be found near Arta and six close to the town of Andratx; there’s also a nine-hole course at Manacor.

Weather in Majorca

Located in the Mediterranean, Majorca has a climate typical for the region. Summers are long, warm and dry, with daily highs getting up to around 30 degrees in June, July and August. Arrive in Majorca in spring or autumn and you’ll find a mix of moderately warm and mild weather – average highs still reach the low-20s in late April and early November. Winter conditions are mild, with highs in the mid-teens, but this is also when most of the annual rainfall occurs and storms are common at the start of the season, in October and November.

Travelling to Majorca

Driving is the most convenient way to get around the island and to reach your Majorca self catering accommodation. The motorways converge around Palma to the south west and branch off towards towns such as Inca and Manacor to the east and Andratx to the west. Away from the main roads, which connect all other towns, the remainder of the island is covered by a network of lanes, which tend to be quiet and ideal for cycling. There are three train lines on the island and a metro system with nine stops in Palma. The island’s international airport is minutes east of Palma (PMI).

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Apartments in Majorca

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Enjoy the great outdoors from your Majorca holiday let

Seeking out a rustic Majorca holiday cottage in the pine-scented Serra de Tramuntana is a sure way to go off the beaten path in this picture-perfect Balearic island. That rugged mountain range runs the whole of the north-west coast, hosting protected swathes of pine forest and peaks that are covered with hiking trails. Towns like Fornalutx and Soller are excellent choices if you're looking to get on the paths. Along the coast, places like Can Picafort in the north are perennial favourites with windsurfers, while scuba diving outfitters await in Port de Pollenca, primed with tanks and gear to help you explore the coral reefs and encounter sea turtles.

Seasonal weather averages in Majorca Island

If you're planning a holiday around warm-weather activities, July, August, September and June are the hottest months to visit, when temperatures average 31°F.

Exploring the beaches and other natural features in Majorca Island

Travellers enjoy Majorca Island for its island views and seaside. Whether you're an active traveller or just want to spend some time taking in the scenery, Majorca Island is a great spot to appreciate mother nature. Here are some of the area’s most stunning natural features, all within 30 miles (48.2 km) of the city centre:

  • Es Trenc Beach (16.8 mi / 27.1 km)
  • Puig Mayor (18.3 mi / 29.4 km)
  • El Arenal Beach (12 mi / 19.3 km)
  • Cala Estancia (12.9 mi / 20.7 km)
  • Caló de son Caios (13.1 mi / 21 km)
  • Cala Mosques (13.1 mi / 21 km)