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Highlights in Balearic Islands
- Stunning beaches
- Lettings with pools
- Luxury shopping
- Amazing kayaking
- Bodegas Binifadet winery
- Ideal for families
Villas in the Balearic Islands
Quickly find beachfront villas in the Balearic Islands
Luxurious houses in the Mediterranean
Choose from a wide selection of properties when you rent a villa in the Balearic Islands on Holidu. This island region of Spain boasts a wide range of self-catering villas with BBQ areas, swimming pools and views of the sparkling Mediterranean Sea. The main island of the chain is Mallorca. It features a particularly wide range of accommodation options for you to choose from. You can select a stay in the city of Palma which is the stylish, intimate regional capital. It is an area that is bursting with life and culture for you to explore. You can also choose holiday villas in Valldemossa and explore a destination that is renowned for its fantastic architecture. Santa Maria is a pretty little market town with a laid-back vibe. We also recommend booking villas in beloved seaside locations like Palma Nova and Cala Millor. Arrange a stay in a Cala d'Or holiday villa for an all-around experience that blends amazing beaches, beautiful landscapes and varied dining and nightlife opportunities. It is a popular destination for families and couples alike. The options are nearly endless when you head to this magical island region that is steeped in ancient history and home to countless cultural attractions.
A private swimming pool is almost guaranteed!
Finding villas in the Balearic Islands with swimming pools is easy when you choose Holidu. 90 per cent of these properties in the region have this sought-after amenity. Pools are typically located in a landscaped garden or a patio with sunbeds, parasols and a dining area. Some of these Balearic Islands holiday rentals even have sporting facilities such as table tennis. Spend time lounging by your very own pool under a palm tree while you sip on an ice-cold drink. You can also simply enjoy the warm breeze as you take in spectacular Mediterranean views. Below, you will find a quick rundown of some of the popular amenities you can expect to find at our Balearic Islands villa properties.
As you can see by viewing our current offers, we have a whole range of holiday villas in the Balearic Islands that are equipped with:
- Pets allowed
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
Travellers and activities
Villa holidays in the Balearic Islands are great for all types of travel needs
The Balearic Islands for families
Villas for rent in the Balearic Islands are ideal for families as they are just two hours by plane from the countries of Northern Europe. The beach holiday season in the area lasts from late April until October. Choose holiday villas in Palma de Mallorca for a stay in a capital city that offers plenty of things to see and do for visitors of all ages. A trip to the Palma de Mallorca Aquarium is a must as it is one of Europe's largest. It is also home to the deepest shark tank that can be found on the continent. Horse riding is one of the most popular activities for visitors to the nearby island of Menorca with several companies dotted around the region that offer guided tours for you and your family.
The Balearic Islands for luxury seekers
With its huge selection of concept shops, independent boutiques and a wealth of fashion outlets, it is easy to see why many travellers book Ibiza villa holidays in the Balearic Islands. Make sure to check out the iconic shops of Antonioli and Mayurka Ibizais which are located in Ibiza Town. They offer high-end fashion items and chic clothing fresh off of the catwalks. After doing some shopping, head up the coast for a drink at Nikki Beach Ibiza and mingle with the glamorous jet-setters and VIPs.
The Balearic Islands for sports enthusiasts
Beachfront villas in the Balearic Islands are also perfect for sports enthusiasts as the mostly untouched coastlines serve as an adventure playground for water sports lovers from across the globe. With an array of shallow bays, cliffs, coves and semi-submerged sea caves, few places in the world are better for kayaking. Cala en Porter is located in the south and is considered to be the best kayaking spot for visitors looking for spectacular scenery. It is home to immense limestone cliffs that rise up more than 40 metres above the sea.
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Rent a villa in the Balearic Islands and explore beaches, landscapes and history
1. Parc Natural de Mondragó' nature reserve
Choose a holiday rental in Majorca near the iconic Parc Natural de Mondragó' nature reserve and enjoy a must-have Balearic Islands tourist experience. It is located in the southern part of the island and is home to the renowned Cala Mondragó which is generally considered to be the region's most beautiful beach. The natural ecosystem that is present on this magical stretch of coastline is not disrupted by buildings and the reserve boasts numerous trails for you to explore its stunning landscapes.
2. Spend an evening in the medieval village of Alaro
The village of Alaro is a peaceful, traditional Mallorcan town that is situated in a valley in the hills of the island's north. It is renowned for its blonde stone architecture which is typical of the mountain villages of the region. This is an adorable location that should be considered a must-visit during your getaway to the Balearic Islands. Make sure to spend plenty of time exploring the narrow, cobbled streets during your visit. You might consider renting a bike as a unique way to weave through the town's fascinating sights and sounds. If you visit on a Saturday, you can head to the weekly market that is held in the main square. You will find everything from fresh fruits and vegetables to local handicrafts, footwear and clothing being sold by an array of vendors.
3. Cala Comte – Ibiza's most spectacular beach
World-class beaches are a huge part of the appeal of booking a villa property in the Balearic Islands and Ibiza's Cala Comte is considered to be the island's best. It is located in a cove on the western coast and offers lagoon-like pools of shimmering, turquoise waters. On-site facilities and amenities include day beds, parasols, loungers and toilets. There is also a nearby beach bar where you can grab a refreshing drink while taking in panoramic views of the entire area.
4. Immerse yourself in Menorca's aquarium-esque waters
The island of Menorca is perhaps the best spot in the entire Mediterranean Sea for scuba diving. Its marine life is rich and diverse. It can be easily viewed because of the transparent waters that are found along a coastline that is dotted with caves and reefs. The northern coast of the island, just off the Bay of Fornells, is a particularly popular location for diving. This is a location where fishing is prohibited and the variety of species is nearly unparalleled in all of Europe.
5. La Seu Cathedral
Mallorca is a dream destination for history lovers as it is home to one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. The iconic La Seu Cathedral is a vast, Gothic church that extends 121 metres in length and sits beside the sea in Palma de Mallorca. Though groundbreaking for this imposing structure began in 1229, it was not completed until 1601. Make sure to check out the wondrous, stained glass rosettes that adorn the windows and create an awe-inspiring spectacle of multicoloured lights. History lovers will also love stays in Port de Pollença holiday villas as this town in the island's far north is famed for its ancient history. You can visit the remains of the Roman city of Pollentia which was founded around 70 BCE. The area also offers excellent beaches with plenty of facilities and idyllic conditions for water sports.
6. Bodegas Binifadet
Bodegas Binifadet is a beautifully decorated, charming winery that is considered by many to be the finest in Menorca. It is located in the interior of the island's southeastern corner. You can take a free, guided tour which is offered daily at noon. During this experience, you will have the chance to taste a pair of delightful wines before enjoying a delicious lunch that is prepared using fresh, naturally grown ingredients.
7. Formentera – the 'last paradise'
A journey to the island of Formentera is another highly recommended Balearic Islands experience. It is the smallest in the chain and is known for being calmer than its neighbours. The ban on beachfront buildings adds to the region's untouched aesthetic that can be found on its magical beaches such as the Playa Migjorn and the Playa de Ses Illetes.
Information about villas in Balearic Islands
|🏡 Villas available:||8106 properties.|
|💳 Discount available:||up to -30%.|
|🌙 Minimum price per night:||from £45.|
|⭐ Most popular amenities:||Wi-Fi, barbecue and garden.|
|🐾 Pet-friendly:||1066 properties.|
|👩👩👧👦 For families:||11% of the properties.|
|🏊 With pool:||3947 properties.|