Mallorca (Majorca) Rentals
Here you will find holiday rentals in Mallorca (Majorca), Spain. Simply choose your favoured town from the main menu or list below to start your quest. This gives you a cheaper and unique alternative to a hotel in Mallorca (Majorca) with all the comforts of home with some sunshine thrown in for good measure. Find cheap or luxury Mallorca (Majorca) holiday rentals and book direct with the owner or local agency to save your hard earned money. With holiday accommodation in apartments, houses and villas being offered to rent by the day, week or month on offer in Mallorca (Majorca), something is bound to suit your family or party.
Self Catering In Mallorca (Majorca)With no reservation costs to you or the owner, you can be certain to find a self catering holiday apartment or villa in Mallorca (Majorca) at a sensible price. Please check with the owners what is and what is not included prior to your booking, to avoid any problems and ask for information on the neighbourhood. Try to find accommodation in Mallorca (Majorca) with a flexible start and end date for the best deals on flights if you can.
If you cannot see the Mallorca (Majorca) resort you are seeking, then try the nearest town, on which you can find more options to pick from.
Mallorca (Majorca) Spain Towns
Why not check a few of the other Mallorca (Majorca) towns above that you might not be familiar with to compare the prices and facilities being offered, the less famous and popular resorts often offer better value for your money.
MallorcaUnder one hundred miles off the eastern coast of mainland Spain in the west of the Mediterranean Sea, is the Isle of Mallorca (or sometimes Majorca) a real jewel just waiting to be discovered by you if you have not visited there before. The biggest of the Spanish Balearic Islands at just about fifteen hundred square miles, Mallorca has a resident population of less than nine hundred thousand people although this number goes up vastly during the peak season with millions of tourists. Apart from the beautiful scenery the weather is the big draw, with a perfect climate for sunning yourself during the long summer and mild winters due to its situation in the warm ocean. Tourists are well supplied for with accommodation, having nearly an amazing fifteen hundred hotels to select from, and an innumerable quantity of villas and apartments for uses as holiday rentals, which can all be booked at very desirable prices off-season, but command a good premium during the peak periods.
The past of this vital Isle of Mallorca is naturally very interesting where remnants from many of the invaders can be seen in different locations from the bronze era, through many invasions by the Carthaginian, Roman, Vandals and even the north African Moors have all left their stamp. Flights arrive hourly from all the big hubs on the European mainland landing at the International Son Sant Joan Airport supplied by an good number of national carriers, plus some of the recently established budget carriers and copious chartered aircraft disembarking their load of package holiday makers.
The landscape of Majorca will astound you with its diversity as you drive around, from the golden beaches, low agricultural meadows through to large mountain ranges just under five thousand feet in height, some of these districts are designated national or regional parks and one, the Sierra de Tramuntana is denoted a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. From the resorts there are plenty of bus tours to the many attractions, but if that doesn't catch your imagination, car hire can be reserved when you're already there or prior to travel from the larger towns or the airport. Even on a long holiday to Mallorca you won't run out of places to visit, places to see, plus attractions of all sorts are many, from aqua, safari and amusement parks for family days to local museums, historical monuments, fortifications and art galleries. Dining out is a delight with many restaurants competing to cater for your every taste, from fine quality cuisine to a takeaway and snacks at a thousand bars. The desire to own property on this sunshine isle has led to a thriving property and real estate market, with prices often in excess of what you could expect to pay on the mainland.