So, if you can't decide if this time holidaying on Majorca is the right thing for you, have a look for the following amazing islands:
Favourite Destinations (Majorca)
The most popular Balearic island - Majorca
Despite the white-sand beaches, singsong sound of seagulls and washing of waves against the shore on all sides, Mallorca – or Majorca, the largest of Spain’s Balearic islands – contains a vast swath of verdant, mountainous countryside and farming villages that come close to resembling the pastoral tranquility of the Alpine or Pyrenees countryside. Of course, it’s the beach resorts and high rise hotels which have made Mallorca infamous as a package vacation destination, but for those who love to explore beyond the tanning bodies and beach volleyball tournaments, Majorca with its villas in Majorca and Mallorca Fincas is a goldmine for explorers. For those who love places like the Provence or the Normandy also Mallorca holidays will be suitable: Discover a lot of unknown places behind the scenes of El Arenal!
Idyllic Mallorca Fincas in Santa Ponsa or lively Majorca Apartments Cala Ratjada? -
You have the choice!
Beside the luxury holiday apartments and rental villas in Majorca, you'll also find holiday homes in the countryside where you'll achieve true relaxation. The historical attractions found throughout Majorca are a testament to this island’s rich past. On Palma de Mallorca, the capital of all the Balearic Islands, the La Seu Cathedral towers high and hearkens to centuries past, it was completed in 1600. Even that hardly scratches the surface of the history. Like most Spanish cathedrals, La Seu was first a mosque before Catholic conquest repurposed the building. The intense rainbow of colors of the gaping interior is caused by blinding bright Mediterranean light spilling in through panes upon panes of richly colored stained glass windows. In Calvia you can find the mysterious caves where the stones were extracted for the construction of the church. Stay in a Palma de Mallorca holiday home and check out the Almudaina Palace, a well-preserved relic of Moorish rule centuries ago. The Bellver Castle is also an incredible testament to medieval Majorca. Those interested in a more modern view of Majorcan history should head over to the town of Deia and check out the Son Marroig, an aristocratic, Hapsburgian manor from the 1800’s. Moving on to other delectable pleasures offered up by Majorca, the Palma beach of Es Trenc gets crowded precisely because it is not overdeveloped, and weekend crowds of locals and tourists alike tend to congregate there in glee. Sa Canova is another untouched wonder that you’re bound to enjoy. Book a holiday rental here for real enjoyment. Water sports and land-based sports abound, especially at resort beaches, and you are advised to check out group activities and excursion tours being offered. Holiday rentals are popular on Majorca, with a wealth of fine holiday apartments, holiday homes, and luxury villas to choose from. You can find the perfect home for your Majorca holidays by choosing from the selection above.