Popular Lettings in Manacor
Highlights in Manacor
- Charming coves
- Natural spaces
- Traditional villages
- Son Sureda Ric
- Museum of History
Most popular in Manacor
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Types of holiday rentals in Manacor
If you are looking for cheap rentals in Manacor to spend your next holiday enjoying all the charms of the town and this beautiful area of the island of Mallorca, On Holidu you will find just what you need. We have the best offers for renting tourist rentals between private individuals. All of them fully equipped with the most modern comforts. Many of them near the beach, mainly in the areas of Porto Cristo and S'Illot Cala Morlanda. But you will also find many rentals in the centre of Manacor, perfect for those who want to make cultural visits and have all kinds of services. As well as an endless number of houses in the surroundings of the city, between natural places of great beauty. Ideal for those who need to disconnect and forget all worries. Almost all of them with private garden and swimming pool, which makes them the perfect accommodation for July and August. The most common holiday rentals are those with a capacity of between 6 and 8 people, but you will also find some that can accommodate more and fewer guests. So you won't have any trouble finding the one that suits you best whether you come with your family or with a group of friends. Are you thinking of coming with your dog on holiday? Don't worry because many rentals and houses are pet-friendly. At the end of the day, he too has a right to enjoy.Why book a letting in Manacor?
Manacor is a small town located to the east of Mallorca that has become one of the preferred destinations on the island for both national and international tourists, who each year decide to rent a letting there for their holidays. In addition to having magnificent beaches, the city offers the possibility of enjoying a very complete holiday. In the first place because you have a privileged location to get to know the east coast of the island and fully immerse yourself in the authentic essence of the Balearic population. In addition, the city itself already has many monumental attractions worth seeing, such as the Convent of San Vicente Ferrer or the Tower of Ses Puntes, and in its surroundings with natural spaces as fascinating as the caves of Hams and Drach, the Natural Park of Mondrago, away from the crowds of tourists and the Natural Park of the Levante Peninsula, where you can spend several days if you wish. Do you need more reasons to rent a house in Manacor?
Holidays in Manacor
The area and how to find your way around
Manacor is located in the eastern part of the island, just at the other end of the city of Palma de Mallorca. This enclave is ideal for discovering numerous coves or for getting to know places far from the usual traffic of the most touristic cities such as Artà or Sineu offering, in addition, a good amount of possibilities to live a unique trip. Manacor and its surroundings have modern means of communication that make travel very easy. For example, the Ma-15 road links this locality with the capital of the island and with the other major cities in the area. For its part, the Ma-14 allows you to discover the sur de Mallorca with peace of mind. If you are thinking of renting a car to get to know this area of the island, we recommend renting a letting with parking, as this way you will not have to waste time looking for a place to park every time you return from an excursion.The best areas to rent a letting in Manacor
Manacor is one of the towns on the paradisiacal island of Mallorca, offering a unique opportunity to enjoy the sun and the beach to the full. You will find numerous cheap rentals in the centre of Manacor ideal for it. Although it is always a good idea to approach small towns in this locality such as Cala Bona or Sa Coma to live unique experiences. For those looking for luxury holiday rentals, with the most modern services and beautiful exteriors in which to relax, the villas and houses in the vicinity of Manacor and in the most interior areas of the island are ideal for enjoying nature and landscapes difficult to forget. Petra or Ariany are some of the most interesting localities in the area that should not be off your route. Have you decided yet where you want to rent your rental in Manacor?
Types of travellers and activities
Manacor is the perfect place for your holiday rental to let you get close to those coves that have made the Balearic Islands famous anywhere in the world. If you like to enjoy the rays of the sun and the contact of the sand but without having to be on beaches with too many people, places like Cala Anguila, Cala Morlanda or Cala Magraner should not miss between your stops. Still free of urban fever, it remains in a completely virgin state, surrounded by pine groves and rocky spurs covered in rosemary. Crystal clear waters, white sand and the tranquillity you are looking for on your trip are waiting for you here.Manacor for nature lovers
Any corner of the island of Mallorca should be admired for its natural value. However, the vicinity of Manacor hides a treasure that you should not miss. It is the Hams Caves, a place born from the bowels of the earth that offers you that beauty that can only be enjoyed in the most special natural spaces. Are you going to miss them? In addition, if you are a hiking or cycling enthusiast, you will find numerous well signposted routes to choose from in the nature parks of Mondrago and the Levante peninsula.Manacor for lovers of good food
The sea products, the traditional cuisine of the interior of the island and a few dishes like the suspiros or the pastel de pobre that will serve you to fill with flavour any moment of the day. The best places to eat? The restaurant Avui Tenim, the traditional tavern C'as Padri and Sa Carrotja, a space especially recommended to taste the wines of the area.
Did you know that on Manacor's shield there's a hand holding a heart?
Top 5 Recommendations in Manacor
If you want to make a different excursion to take advantage of the comfort offered by the holiday rentals we recommend Porto Cristo. This small town is close to Menorca and keeps the essence of what in one day were all the cities of the place: island towns dedicated to fishing with a very quiet life. A town with its own personality that will remain forever engraved in your memory.2. Travel to the past by visiting Son Sureda Ric
This house is maintained in the same condition as when it was built 200 years ago. But some of its parts are even older, as there are remains of 15th century buildings. Thus, his visit should be more of an obligation for you if you want to understand how the ancient inhabitants of Manacor lived.3. Play in the best tennis clubs in Spain
Manacor has one of the most important tennis clubs in the country. If you want proof of this, think that Rafael Nadal trains here regularly, so if you're lucky, you can meet him during your visit.4. Visit the Museum of History
Manacor has a complete history museum that will make your beach time alternate with a moment of culture. The museum is located in a thirteenth-century medieval palace, something already interesting in itself, and has a collection that is distributed between prehistory, the Roman domination of the island and the Islamic, so it serves to know the history of this area of Mallorca.5. Enter their magical caves
One of the main attractions of the area are the numerous caves located along the coast. Due to the fact that the base of the soil is calcareous, nature has been creating a large network of caves over thousands of years by erosive action. The most famous are the Caves of Drac, Hams, Pirate and Can Senyoret.