Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic islands with a bustling capital city, ancient towns and seaside resorts to suit most tastes.
On this island you’ll find culture, history and beautiful landscapes from the agricultural interior to the high peaks of the Sierra de Tramuntana.
Mallorca has sublime golf courses, excellent restaurants, hip bars and beach front hangouts for sun-seekers and is a great place to visit all year round.
Mallorca is one of the four Balearic islands off the Western coast of Spain. It’s a hugely popular holiday destination serving every sector of the market from package holidays to ultra-luxury villa rentals.
At over 3,500 sq kilometers Mallorca is the largest of the Balearics and rises to nearly 1,500 metrss at it’s highest point, Puig Major, in the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains which run along the North-western side of the island.
Mallorca has a typical Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot dry summers. Average high temperatures are around 29 degrees Celsius in July and August, dropping to around 16 degrees in December and January. Precipitation is highest in the Sierra de Tramuntana and it’s not uncommon for the highest peaks to be capped with snow in the Winter months. Rent one of our Mallorca luxury villas between May and September to experience the best of the weather.
The capital city Palma de Mallorca dates back to Roman times. After the fall of the Roman empire the city is believed to have been by Byzantines and Palma was an Arab city for hundreds of years during the Moorish occupation of Spain between the 9th and 13th century before being reconquered by Christians in 1229.
Many of the historic buildings in Palma’s Old City are a testament to its Byzantine and Moorish past but perhaps the most beautiful is La Seu cathedral, which was constructed between 1229 and 1601 and restored by Antoni Gaudi (architect of the famous Sagrada Familia cathedral in Barcelona) in the early 20th century.
Palma is a bustling, vibrant city which is every bit as sophisticated as some of its much larger counterparts on the Spanish mainland. The urban sprawl running westwards along Palma bay with its desirable waterfront suburbs is the site of many luxury properties.
To the west of Palma in the Gènova area is another of our luxury villas in Mallorca, Casa Miami. This lavish seven-bedroom villa is in an elevated location with great views over Palma and the bay. It has its own heli-pad for easy access.
In the South-western corner of Mallorca is Puerto Andratx which is the home port for many yachts and motorboats owned by residents and visitors. Near to Puerto Andratx on the Western side of Mallorca and in the Las Brisas urbanisation is Villa Zeus a six-bedroom Mallorca luxury villa with indoor and outdoor pools, unbeatable privacy and of course amazing sea views.
Castell de Manresa is a Malorca luxury villa with a private estate extending along a kilometre of coastline in the bay of Pollensa to the far northern corner of the island. With four houses, a swimming pool, tennis court and numerous indoor and outdoor living areas Castell de Manresa vies for the title as the most exclusive rental on the island.