Are you looking for the ideal holiday home for a family getaway in Majorca? Look no further, Wimdu has it all. We offer the best in state-of-the-art accommodation, with facilities for groups or all the family. Relax on sunloungers by the pool with loved ones, or enjoy a barbeque on a sun baked terrace.
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Price and Availability Index for Majorca
Holiday Letting Price Information in Majorca
We analysed data from the last 12 months and built the graph above to show you accommodation prices in Majorca. If you plan to book your accommodation in august, remember it's the most expensive period, with average prices of £315. However, prices of holiday houses and apartments are most competitive in october (31/10 - 07/11).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Majorca
This graph shows how many holiday lettings are available over the next 12 months. The busiest time of year in Majorca is August. The week with the highest availability is in October (24/10 - 31/10) - 78 of the holiday rentals are still available.
Welcome to Majorca
Homes For Couples
Are you looking for the perfect accommodation for a romantic getaway with the one you love? With apartments and cosy cottages featuring state-of-the-art facilities, you’re bound to find the perfect getaway with Wimdu. Whether you’re hoping for an apartment with a sea view or a small villa with a pool, Wimdu has everything to make your dream holiday come true.
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Where to Stay
Your choice of where to stay on an island such as Majorca should depend on the kind of trip you’re hoping to enjoy. Majorca is divided into six key districts, each offering something a little different. There are Serra de Tramuntana, Palma de Mallorca, Pla de Mallorca, Raiguer, Migjorn and Llevant. The Serra de Tramuntana runs along the north-western coast, and its scenery is characterised by unusually shaped limestone rocks, pine woods and grass. Palma de Mallorca is the island’s capital city, and is where most of the cultural attractions and nightlife can be found. Pla de Mallorca is located in the central part of the island and comprises fourteen municipalities. Raiguer is located in the north-central part of the island, and its capital city is Inca. The ancient Castillo de Alaro from the islamic period is located atop a high mountain in the region and can be reached by a 30-minute hike.
Things to do
The list of things to do in Majorca goes on and on, with something for everyone regardless of personal taste. Many of the most sought out historical attractions are located within Palma de Mallorca, such as the grand Palma Cathedral, which dates back to the 13th century and is located on the site of a Moorish-era mosque. Another attraction within the capital city is the Bellver Castle, an imposing Gothic style castle that dates back to the early 14th century and is located three kilometres from the city centre. The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range is a must-see for climbing enthusiasts, and includes the Puig Major - the highest mountain in the Balearic Islands. Alternatively, you could check out the Palma Aquarium, which is home to more than 700 species of marine life. Why not take the one day sightseeing tour of the island and get a succinct overview of the history, culture and natural charms that make Majorca so impressive?
Eating and Drinking
Regardless of whether you’re a casual diner or the ultimate foodie, you’re bound to find something to meet your tastes and budget in Majorca. With restaurants galore (more than 5,000 in total), the island is a food-lover's paradise, and while not every eatery can be rated as high-quality, there are plenty of great value places to satisfy you during your stay. Mediterranean countries have long been renowned for their emphasis on fresh, high quality produce, and Majorca is no exception. With delicious, locally caught seafood making a show in the staple dishes, you’re in for a real treat. Traditional Majorcan cuisine is always tasty, and has been referred to as ‘peasant food’ due to its simplicity. Popular breakfast dishes include Emsaimada, a coiled sweet pastry that dates back to the 17th century and has a light and flaky texture. The pastry is sometimes filled with fruit or, as a savoury option, with sobrassada sausage - another local speciality.
Every year, Son Juan Airport welcomes millions of tourists who come to enjoy all that Majorca has to offer. For many, airport transfer coaches take them from their point of arrival to where they’re staying, though car hire is becoming an increasingly popular option. Once you’re on the island and settled in your accommodation, transportation may become important - depending on what you want to do and see during your holiday. If you plan to go sightseeing to all corners of the island, then familiarising yourself with bus routes or tour operators is important. Most areas of the island can easily be reached by the extensive bus networks, though Sunday services are limited and, for some routes, non-existent. Bus schedules are available online. If you’re on the island for a short period of time and want to see as much as possible, a bus tour might be a good option for you.
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