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Highlights in Bonaire
- White sand beaches
- World-class climbing
- Laid back atmosphere
- Cycling and hiking
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Bonaire
Bonaire is a small seaside town situated in northeast Majorca, a cherubic land of sweeping sandy beaches, crystal-clear blue waters, verdant forests, magnificent cliffs, and exceptional gastronomic heritage. Looking for convenient access to the cosy coves and harbour of Bonaire? Search for holiday rentals on the northwest side of the town in the area of Playa de San Pere. For lettings high up on the cliffs with sea views, look to the east of the harbour area.Lettings with lovely gardens
Holiday rentals in Bonaire harness the natural landscape and superb climate of the region to form first rate accommodation with lovely gardens backed by mountain and sea vistas, private pools with whirlpools, and spacious patio areas for dining experiences that are the stuff of holiday dreams.
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The area and getting around
Arrive on the island of Majorca by sea or by air to the capital city of Palma. If possible, opt for the latter – few things are more romantic than arriving at a Balearic island by sea, evoking the odysseys of hundreds of years ago when Majorca was a vital commercial centre. From Palma, it is a delightful sixty-minute drive cutting straight through the middle of the island.Holiday in Majorca's most wild and beautiful region
As you venture into the northeast of the island, the landscape takes on its characteristic fresh, fertile, colourful aspect that stands it apart from the rest of the island. As you pass the beautiful town of Inca, look to your left – the dramatic mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana rise up from the plains, welcoming you to the Majorca's most wild and beautiful region.
Travellers and activities
The beaches of northeast Majorca are something very special. They are often completely untouched by humankind, and back up onto protected dune systems, miles of forests and whimsical rock formations. Cala Torta is an easy to access popular sandy beach that makes a great introduction to the area. If you want to go completely on the wild side, take the one hour walk from the car park to Cala sa font Celada, oddly similar to Cala Torta, but you will have this beach practically to yourselves. Hunting down the most photogenic beach in the area? Formentor is, without doubt, the island’s most stunning beach. Take on the serpentine mountain road which leads you to the completely still turquoise waters and white sands of this beach, surrounded by spectacular cliffs and rock formations. A slice of nature in all its glory!Bonaire for hiking aficionados
On the northeastern tip of Majorca is the 20-kilometre long peninsula Cap de Formentor, where the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range cascades dramatically down into the Mediterranean. This sublime corner of Majorca has been an inspiration to well-known and aspiring artists, and is one of the most heralded destinations for hikers in the Balearics. Choose from any of its many trails, some which hug the coastline, others which take you up and across the interior of the peninsula. Whichever trail you choose, you are guaranteed not to regret it!
„The famous composer Frederic Chopin spent his final years in north Majorca. Quote: “I’ll be living a caring exile in the most beautiful place in the world!”“
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Puerto Pollensa was a traditional fishing village now turned into a flourishing international tourist destination. Join the locals when the sun goes down and leisurely stroll its long esplanade stretching across the entire bay.2. Climb the peaks of the dramatic Sierra de Tramuntana
The Sierra de Tramuntana epitomizes the magisterial geography of north Majorca, and welcomes climbers of different levels of experience to its numerous peaks. La Creveta is the number one climbing area, offering an unforgettable range of ascents with views to die for.3. Visit traditional Majorca
Located inland in the agricultural region of Pla de Majorca, Muro is an archetypal traditional rural Mallorcan town replete with impossibly picturesque sandstone buildings, an ancient church, and a laid back daytime vibe that just fizzes with energy when the sun goes down.4. Visit Majorca's most beautiful convent
History buffs should dedicate an afternoon to exploring the Santo Domingo convent, built by the Dominicans back in the 1500s. The convent’s wonderful cloisters host one of the world's largest classical music and arts festivals, held annually in August.5. Visit bustling Alcudia
The centre of Alcudia is pedestrianised and this lends itself wonderfully to strolling. Like a mini Palma, an authentic local atmosphere radiates from the streets housed inside the perfectly restored 14th century walls. The centre is home to a huge selection of lovely bars, cafes and restaurants where you can stop off and watch the world go by. These are the moments you will truly treasure when you return home from your holiday in Bonaire!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Bonaire
How much do you pay on average for holiday lettings in Bonaire?
As indicated by its annual average price of £246.25, Bonaire is not a city that stands out for being the most expensive or the cheapest in Spain.
When are holiday rentals cheaper in Bonaire?
If you would like to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Bonaire are March (£181.58 per night for accommodation, on average), February (£190.87), and January (£192.19).
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Bonaire?
When it comes to looking for a holiday letting in Bonaire, the most expensive months are, in descending order, August, July and September with average prices per night of £375.53, £343.55, and £291.02, respectively.
Are there usually many holiday rentals available in Bonaire?
Here, last-minute travellers are welcome, because the average availability in Bonaire is 56%, which is above the average for this country, according to data from 2020.
When are more holiday lettings available?
September, May, and October are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the largest number of properties available, with respective average availability figures of 70.25%, 66.8% and 65%.
Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Bonaire are, in order, August (with 38.6% of available rentals), July (44%), and November (48.5%).
How many rentals are available in Bonaire?
Holidu offers around 220 holiday lettings in Bonaire from 35 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We've got you covered!