Arguably the most beautiful spot on the island, Pollensa is a peaceful, medieval town, tucked into the north eastern corner of Mallorca. Set in an enchanting landscape of olive and almond trees, with the majestic Tramuntana Mountains to the north east and the coves and beaches of Cala San Vicente, Puerto Pollensa and Formentor 6 and 12 km away respectively. Culturally active and seeped in history, Pollensa´s cobbled streets and town square offer an enchanting setting in which to spend whole days sipping cool drinks and dining outdoors, while private villas and townhouses can be rented in and around town.
Mallorca, the largest of the Balearics, is a veritable island paradise and an exclusive holiday destination. With its stunning natural landscape, rich cultural history and delicious local cuisine Mallorca is much more than the sun, sand and booze Majorca package holiday it is known for. Worth visiting, the capital city Palma de Mallorca is a chic cosmopolitan hub with a wealth of fine restaurants and a vibrant nightlife. Varied and wonderful, the island has a surprisingly diverse terrain, the majestic Serra de Tramuntana mountains run the entire length of the west coast, drawing cyclists and hikers to their craggy peaks, the centre is a fertile plain with sleepy villages and windmills while on the coast there are over 200 beaches to choose, from long stretches of white sand to small hidden coves with turquoise waters you will only reach by sea or after a long hike. Fun, activity packed and family friendly, this is an island which offers a bit of everything for everyone. For those wishing to discover the other Mallorca, head for the north of the island where charming fincas, converted farmhouses and luxury holiday villas dot the countryside and coastal areas offering an alternative holiday setting, privacy, relaxation and the freedom to enjoy a break at your own pace.
Mallorca is loved for its versatile and eclectic delights. Whether you are a small or large party, family, honeymoon couple or group of friends, beach and sun loving or more inclined to keep active, Mallorca has it all. Between May and October, Mallorca is a picture perfect island paradise. Romantic breaks for two in villas near the sea offer privacy and calm, while the family friendly coastal resorts have long safe golden beaches, clean cobalt waters and handy beach cafes. Stay in a small mountain village for a taste of real Mallorca or rent an exclusive farmhouse in the countryside for a luxury holiday with a private pool and far reaching sea views. Rental properties of all sizes allow for large groups of friends, business associates and extended families to spend their holidays together in private rental villas with all the benefits of a home away from home. Out of season, between November and April the island´s mild climate and empty roads make it an ideal cycling holiday destination. Hikers, bird watchers, walkers and cyclists head for the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range and expansive central plain to enjoy the scenery and winter sun, and train for the season´s big events.