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Highlights in Artà
- Incredible natural sites
- Virgin beaches
- Great heritage richness
- Tuesday market
- Artà Caves
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Discover great holiday rentals in Artà and take advantage of the best deals with Holidu. Come and see for yourself how simple the Holidu search function is. Indicate the desired dates and find the perfect accommodation today to spend an unforgettable stay in the historic city of Artà! Do you want to enjoy the sunrise from a romantic holiday home in the medieval setting of Artà? Do you prefer a nice tourist letting in the historic centre? Hundreds of rentals and cottages are waiting for you to enjoy an incredible holiday. From small cheap rentals for 2 people in the old town to magnificent traditional architecture houses with large gardens and huge swimming pools ideal for a family holiday in the months of July and August. Many of them with incredible views of nature or the sea, all the necessary ingredients to disconnect from the daily routine and enjoy a relaxing stay in one of the best areas of Mallorca!Why book a letting in Artà?
As the saying "all roads lead to Artà" indicates, the region has several small roads that lead to the top of the hill and to the discovery of this town. From the narrow streets that meander romantically through Artà and especially from your dream holiday home, you will be able to enjoy an incomparable landscape of the coast and the surrounding mountains. You will discover the delicate, diverse and endemic flora and fauna of interior of Mallorca. Characterised by small bays surrounded by pine trees and mountains of incomparable greenery, the region is ideal for long walks. Rent a holiday home in Artà today and come and live surrounded by a landscape worthy of a painting! In addition, due to the fact that Artà has remained unaware of the impact of tourism for many decades, its inhabitants have been able to preserve their festive, artisan and gastronomic traditions intact. In fact, Artà is considered one of the most festive villages on the island. If you coincide with any of their celebrations, don't miss them.
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The area and how to find your way around
Located in the Balearic Islands, specifically east of Mallorca, Artà is a beautiful rural town of approximately 7,500 inhabitants that forms part of the Levante region. The airport of Palma de Mallorca, which receives daily flights from all over Europe, is less than an hour from Artà. You can reach your holiday rental by car or by taking one of the regular bus lines.The best areas to rent a letting in Artà
Most of the population of Artà is concentrated in the town of Artà, but there are also five other small towns and urbanisations scattered around the town: Colònia de Sant Pere, Betlem, Montferrutx, urbanisation of Sant Pere and S'Estanyol. None of them reach the 100 inhabitants, so they are very quiet. If you want to have all the necessary services, get to know the old town of Artà and make cultural visits, the most recommendable thing, according to the opinions of other travellers, is to book a letting in the centre of Artà. But if the intention of your trip is to disconnect completely and enjoy paradisiacal beaches away from the tourist massifications, do not doubt in renting your rental in some of the other nuclei that are located in the coast. A real dream that will allow you to enjoy the best of the rural world and the best of the sea!
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Due to the fragility of the flora and fauna, this environment has a natural park, the Parc Natural de la Peninsula de Llevant. This park is wonderfully adapted to long walks or beautiful bike rides. The landscape of Artà descends between mountains, extensive olive groves and rocky coasts. The beauty of the sea completes this paradisiacal picture!Artà for history lovers
However, this natural paradise is not the only thing that makes Artà an incomparable place. The town is known for its cultural richness. In particular, several archaeological discoveries have enabled us to trace the history of the municipality and of the Balearic Islands as a whole. The sanctuary of Sant Salvador is particularly interesting. It hangs on top of the medieval city and was erected between the tenth and thirteenth centuries, probably before the population itself.Artà for those who are looking for quiet beaches
Artà has about 25 km of coastline that is still in a virgin state thanks to the sustainable urban and tourist model that has been implemented in the area. Thus, you can enjoy wild beaches that are not urbanized, but surrounded by vegetation. One of the best, not only of Artà, but of the whole island, is Cala Torta. But they are also beautiful Cala Mitjana, Cala Estreta, Cala Matzoc, Sa Font Celada, S'Arenalet des Verger, Es Calo, Na Clara, Ca los Cans and Sa Canova. You will find numerous rentals near the beach, to enjoy this small piece of paradise on earth in your next holiday.
„Did you know that the caves of Artà are in front of the sea? At the end of the tour, you will be able to enjoy the incredible views of the Mediterranean on a vertigo cliff.“
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It is an essential visit if you are going to stay in Artà. It is surrounded by a fortress and offers a unique glimpse of a fascinating time. Located on top of a hill, dominating the town, this is the most emblematic architectural complex in the municipality. To get to the top you have to climb 180 steps, but it's worth it just to be able to enjoy the incredible views of the town and its surroundings from the heights.2. Enter the Caves of Artà
They also offer a unique natural spectacle. The caves are located just outside the municipality, and therefore not far from your holiday residence in Artà. They testify that nature is not only beautiful on the surface, but also in the depths of the earth. Come and visit the largest cave in the Balearic Islands and let yourself be enchanted by the magic of stalactites and stalagmites!3. Go shopping at the Tuesday market
Tuesday is market day in Artà. In Plaça Conqueridor, you can buy fruits and vegetables from the region, fresh fish and local handicrafts. Rent a farm in Artà and come and discover the cultural value of this place for all humanity. A great opportunity to mingle with the locals and learn more about their traditions and customs, but also to buy everything you need to eat in your rental.4. Visit the Regional Museum
The regional museum, near the Plaça d'Espanya, is also very interesting from a cultural point of view. Here you can admire archaeological discoveries dating back to Roman times and testimonies of Talayotic culture. An essential visit for all those who want to know more details about the origins of the town.5. Make excursions around Artà
Although Artà has no neighbouring villages, we can find some posts and spas just a few kilometres from the historic centre. For example, Cala Rajada and Cala Bona offer beautiful beaches, while the fishing village of Colònia de Sant Pere is ideal for those looking for a more traditional and relaxed excursion. And although Artà has many services, if you want to go shopping or enjoy cultural visits, nothing better than a day trip to Manacor.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Artà
How much does it cost to book a holiday rental in Artà?
At an average price of £218.72 per night, Artà lies at the upper end of the price range for holiday lettings in Spain.
When are holiday rentals cheaper in Artà?
Those who want to be budget-friendly should travel to Artà in January, February, and March which are the months that offer the best prices, with average prices of £159.31, £164.84, and £173.47 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Artà?
When it comes to renting a holiday letting in Artà, the highest prices are found in the month of August (with an average of £281.4 per night), followed by July (£279.55), and September (£246.87).
Should I plan a trip to Artà well in advance?
It's worthwhile to be proactive in Artà as only 54% of the accommodations remain available, following the data observed in 2020.
When are fewer lettings available?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 31.8% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by July (34.25%), and April (51.25%).
Are there many holiday rentals in Artà?
Holidu offers around 370 holiday lettings in Artà from 34 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We have everything you need!