There are some very beautiful fincas scattered throughout the island of Ferienwohnung Estrenc Mallorca. There are villas in all price ranges and locations in this Balearic paradise; from Pollença and Alcudia in the north to Santany in the south.
Mallorca has some of the best beaches in Spain, so if you do decide to leave the villa, you can head to the beach. With its 10 kilometres of pure white sand and bright blue waters, Es Trenc beach is often considered to be the best on the island, while Cala Deia in the northwest is a pretty little cove in the heart of the Tramuntana mountains. Every taste is catered to in our collection of villas on Mallorca beaches.
Several of our properties are close to the Santanyi street market, which is situated in the town’s main square and nearby streets. It offers over 150 stalls with food and wine, clothes and shoes, kitchen utensils and souvenirs, so you can buy fresh produce for your villa or souvenirs to take home. Also worth a visit is the market in Pollenca, which offers everything from olives and almonds to local chorizo and pancetta. It is highly recommended that guests stroll up the Calvari Steps while in Pollenca – an ancient stone staircase of 365 steps leading up to El Calvari chapel. Before heading home for your afternoon siesta, it is worth the walk to the top for the views.
Palma is a great day trip from your villa. You will see a wide range of architectural styles in the historic district, including La Seu, a gothic golden cathedral on the hill overlooking the lovely Parc de la Mar. Restaurants and bars in the lively capital suit every budget.
Port de Sóller, a small coastal village on the island, is a perfect place to watch the sunsets. Getting to the port by tram is a great way to get around, while hiking and cycling trails are quite impressive.
Cap de Formentor, a scenic spot where the Tramuntana mountain range meets the Mediterranean, can be seen from your villa via a scenic drive towards the northern tip of Mallorca. You can enjoy the white sands and shallow waters of this blue flag beach, which is ideal for families with young children on holiday.
In Mallorca, you can eat and drink
If you’re a foodie, then you’re spoilt for choice in Mallorca when it comes to dining out. You can find a variety of places to eat and drink in Palma, including rooftop bars with amazing views, and the Olivar Market is the perfect place to pick up fresh fruits for your villa breakfast.
From fine dining to relaxed cafes, villa owners near Pollença have a wide selection of places to eat. You can enjoy alfresco dining in the main square, and sip sangria while watching the world go by.
Suckling pig is Mallorca’s most famous dish, which is available in many restaurants, while the sobrassada is a typical dish of cured sausage that’s a favourite among tourists and locals alike.
Several local wines are produced on Mallorca, including Manto negro, a unique grape to the island. The island has a number of wineries, so you can sample good quality wine whenever you want. Ask your local representative if you’d like to arrange a wine tour from your villa in Binissalem, the most well-known wine-producing region in Mallorca.
We offer a variety of luxury villas with cook services that may appeal to foodies looking to completely relax on holiday.
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