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Top 10 Villas in Mallorca

It’s almost as if Mallorca was tailor-made as a holiday destination. Relatively easy to get to, small enough to be easily explored but big enough to offer the full range of holiday experiences. It’s obviously got the benefit of enjoying the Mediterranean climate and you even get a choice of the kind of beach you can enjoy – from big and popular with loads of amenities to secluded coves that you can have all to yourself.

And Mallorca is wonderfully accommodating no matter what kind of holiday you’re after. You can live it up in the clubs and bars of Palma or head up to the north-western side of the island where you can enjoy a little hard-earned peace and seclusion with friends or family. And of course, thanks to Mallorca’s popularity there are loads of great places for foodie experiences, things to do and great family activities – and they’re not all tacky tourist traps either.

Every fantastic holiday destination must also have some fantastic accommodation, so we’ve listed our top 10 villas in Mallorca to show you some amazing places to stay on this amazing island!

1. Villa Trogos

Perfect for a cosy family getaway or a break with close friends, Villa Trogos boasts some beautiful outdoor spaces and a 10 x 5m pool – firing up the BBQ and getting everyone around for a bit of al fresco dining is the perfect way to spend an evening! The town of Pollensa is walking distance away too, so strike out and discover the great bars and restaurants it offers!

Sleeps: 4

Prices from: £34pppn

2. Casa Conchica

This rustic-chic home enjoys an elevated position that give you glorious views over pretty Pollensa from a pool terrace framed with creeping vines. The villa exudes island charm with beach blue bedrooms and a sea green bathroom that reminds you of the nearby ocean. Up to 6 guests will likely be charmed by the scenic gardens, shaded by a variety of trees and comprising multiple cool corners in which to sit and while away the day.

Sleeps: 6

Prices from: £30pppn

3. Can Agave

Can Agave is excellent value considering its position and the beautiful views it offers over the north-eastern corner of the Tramantura mountain range, which rises in the background behind the villa and offers a beautiful backdrop for any holiday. Pollensa is close by for a spot of nightlife or exploration, and as it’s a detached property you’ll have plenty of peace and quiet to enjoy.

Sleeps: 6

Prices from: £23pppn

4. Casa Vista Roqueta

Settled in a rural location away from the touristic areas, Casa Vista Roqueta is one for those looking to experience the real Mallorca. The seamless blend of old and new gives the villa a rustic yet luxurious feel, with the original, centuries old, farmhouse stylishly renovated to allow ample space for socialising. Soak up the spectacular views with a glass of wine on the front terrace or have a splash around with the kids in the large swimming pool. 

Sleeps: 10-12

Prices from: £79pppn

5. Villa Novo

Looking for a holiday home that oozes with contemporary cool? Villa Novo is an architectural marvel, fitted with a stunning swimming pool complete with romantic deck and landscaped gardens. You’ll enjoy breathtaking Bay of Pollensa views, while the Tramuntana mountains serve as your backdrop – what could be more dreamlike?

If you’re looking to go out and explore, there’s a scuba school nearby plus kayak hire, while the ample restaurants and bars can keep you busy long into the night.

Sleeps: 8

Prices from: £38pppn

6. Villa Jaso

Villa Jaso is the kind of place where you’ll feel perfectly at home as soon as you walk through the door. The Mallorcan stone exterior encapsulates the classic look of the island while the interior has every comfort you could wish for – if you put cuddling up on a big sofa over sharp design then this is the holiday home for you. But don’t get too comfy – there are loads to explore on the island, and you can always check out our great Mallorca travel guide for inspiration. 

Sleeps: 4

Prices from: £25pppn

7. Villa Carme

This immaculately resotred traditonal-style villa is simple yet refined in style. The interior has chic furnishings and period accents like exposed beams. Outside, the whole gang will love the pool and terrace area with views to the sea, framed by pine-strewn hillsides. Just 200m away you’ll come across the pretty little beach Cala Deia which is also home to one of the best beachside fish restaurants on the island.

Sleeps: 8

Price from£165pppn

8. Villa Rufina

A perfect base for exploring nearby Alcúdia, this contemporary villa allows you to relax and unwind in a private paradise. It boasts just two bedrooms for fitting a family of four or small group of friends, enjoying the swimming pool together before whipping up a feast in the brick-built barbeque and pizza oven. Enjoy your foodie delights under the terrace after a day spent splashing around in the glorious sunshine.

Sleeps: 4

Prices from: £32pppn

9. Porto Pintoresco

This glorious villa is nestled in Mallorca’s countryside and makes the most of every inch of the stunning views that surround it. The covered dining terrace at Porto Pintoresco is the perfect scenic dinner setting for the whole family. The buzzing town of Puerto Pollensa with its white, sandy beaches is just a short drive away if you can tear yourself away from the pool and Mediterranean garden!

Sleeps: 6

Prices from: £25pppn

10. La Azulina

A truly wonderful villa! Set within just a few minutes from the charming, old town Pollensa. La Azulina without question is one of the islands most picturesque villas – with views out to the mountain and tree-lined hillside, you may prefer simply to relax poolside and enjoy the breeze. Within 10 minutes are some of the finest beaches as well a local supermarket close by for added convenience.

Sleeps: 5

Prices from: £24pppn

This is just a summary of our favourite quirky villas in Mallorca, we’ve got so much more to offer! Prepare your next Oliver’s Travels getaway to the island with our travel guide, full of insider tips and activities for every taste. And if you need even more information, don’t forget that our concierge team is available to help!

 

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