Most popular Villas in Balearic Islands
Highlights in Balearic Islands
- Stunning beaches
- Lettings with pools
- Luxury shopping
- Amazing kayaking
- Bodegas Binifadet winery
- Ideal for families
Most popular amenities for Villas in Balearic Islands
Villas in the Balearic Islands
The Balearic Islands boast a wide selection of self-catering villas, complete with swimming pools, BBQ areas and more often than not views overlooking the sparkling Mediterranean sea. The main of island Mallorca boasts a particularly wide range of accommodation options to choose from. Stay in the city of Palma, the stylish and intimate and capital which is bursting with life, or opt for a pretty little market town such Santa Maria, or join the crows in the seaside towns of Cala Millor and Palma Nova.A private swimming pool almost guaranteed!
Ninety percent of the villas in the Balearic Islands come with a private pool, typically located in a landscaped garden or patio with sunbeds, parasols and a dining area, and sometimes even sporting facilities such as table tennis! Lounge by your very own pool under a palm tree, with an icy cool drink in one hand and a good book in the other, feel the warm breeze on your bare skin and feast on the wonderful Balearic views.The most perfect of holidays await you!
Travellers and activities
The Balearic Islands are ideal for families, just two hours by plane from the countries of Northern Europe and a beach holiday season that lasts from late April until October. In Mallorca don’t miss the Palma de Mallorca Aquarium, one of the largest in Europe and home to the deepest shark tank anywhere on the continent. Horse-riding is a big deal in Menorca with several companies dotted around the island that can arrange short guided horseback tours for you and your family.The Balearic Islands for luxury seekers
With its independent boutiques, concept shops and wealth of fashion entrepreneurs, Ibiza is a luxurious haven for high-end tourists with money to burn. Don’t miss the famous shops of Antonioli and Mayurka Ibizais in Ibiza Town for high-end fashion and chic clothing fresh off the catwalks, then head up the coast for a drink at Nikki Beach Ibiza and mingle with the glamourous jet-setters and VIPs.The Balearic Islands for sports enthusiasts
Menorca’s mostly untouched coastline is an adventure playground which attracts water sports lovers from all over the world. Few places in the world are better for kayaking; coves, shallow bays, cliffs, semi-submerged sea caves await daring proponents of this sport. Cala en Porter in the south is the best kayaking spot for spectacular limestone cliffs, rising up more than 40 metres in height.
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Top 7 travel tips in the Balearic Islands
This nature reserve is home to Cala Mondragó, generally deemed the most beautiful beach on the island of Mallorca. The natural ecosystem of the beach is not disrupted by buildings, and the reserve boasts numerous trails for you to explore this stunning environment.2. Spend an evening in the medieval village of Alaro
Aloro is a peaceful, traditional Mallorcan town burrowed in a valley in the hills of northern Mallorca. Replete with blonde stone architecture, typical of the traditional mountain villages on the island, at is an adorable place that you will love.3. Cala Comte – Ibiza’s most spectacular beach
Ibizans consider this cove on the west coast of the island as the best on the island. Cala Comte offers lagoon-like pools of shimmering turquoise water, the imposing island opposite of Illa des Bosc and a beach bar offering wonderful panoramic views of the whole area.4. Immerse yourself in Menorca’s aquarium-esque waters
Menorca is perhaps the place in the Med for scuba diving. The marine life is outrageous and perfectly visible in the transparent waters of the Menorca coastline, which boasts a variety of seascapes including reefs and caves. The northern coast of the island off the bay of Fornells is a particularly popular location for diving, an area where fishing is prohibited and the variety of fish species is almost unparalleled in Europe.5. La Seu Cathedral
One of the largest three cathedrals in Europe, at 121 metres long, the vast Gothic church sits next to the sea and the harbour of the beautiful town of Palma de Mallorca. Don’t miss the wondrous stained glass rosettes that adorn the windows, creating a spectacle of multicoloured lights.6. Bodegas Binifadet
This beautifully decorated and charming winery is the best in Menorca, offering free guided tours daily at noon with the tasting of two delightful wines, and followed by a delicious lunch made from naturally grown ingredients.7. Formentera – the ‘last paradise’
The smallest island in the Balearics, and much calmer than its neighbours. Yet to be ‘discovered‘, a ban on beachfront buildings means this island offers completely untouched beaches, Playa de Ses Illetes or Playa Migjorn, you will be sure to come back to.