Why you should choose a villa holiday let in Majorca
Majorca attracts families, couples and party-goers to its balmy shores. Many holidaymakers visit the Balearic island every year for a whole host of reasons. From simple beach relaxation to thrilling cycling routes, the island is loved by people who know what they want from their travels. But even the best hotels in Majorca can’t compete with the freedom that a holiday villa in Majorca provides. Avoid the crowded resorts and, instead, opt for the tranquillity of a villa with a private garden and pool and enjoy your holiday to the fullest.
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It’s a base for adventurers
Active holidaymakers will appreciate the handy amenities that are available in Majorca holiday villa lets. It may be hiking, kayaking or scuba diving in Majorca that excites you, you can focus on planning your next adventure while enjoying your villa’s facilities. Cook an impressive packed lunch on your very own BBQ or take a dip in the private pool to relax your muscles and you’ll be glad that you chose a holiday rental villa. There should also be plenty of drying space for wetsuits and swimming costumes too. So, don’t worry about squeezing into wet swimwear!
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Pick a location to suit your holiday
Want to be within walking distance of the beach? Or would you prefer a romantic, remote property? Perhaps you need at least six bedrooms? Luckily, there are plenty of villas to rent in Majorca across the island and each location has something unique to offer. Cala San Vincente is the smallest resort in Majorca and a favourite destination for peace seekers and avid divers. Dive into your own Majorca villa and find out what you love about the island
Majorca villas can come with extra space
One of the best things about staying in a villa in Majorca is the advantage of extra space. Planning on seeing the island by car? Pick a property with a garage or parking space and explore to your heart’s content without the additional cost of parking.
Are you a keen cyclist? Then you can make the most of the remarkable cycling routes in Majorca without having to worry about where to keep your rented bike. If you want a great bike route choose somewhere in Pollenca, and attempt the circular East Tramuntana Epic Ride which begins and ends in Pollenca and covers over 100 miles!
It’s ideal for families on a budget
Choosing a self-catering villa holiday option is also a fantastic way to ensure that your family sticks to a holiday budget. Having key items like milk, eggs and cheese in your villa’s fridge means that there’s always something quick and inexpensive to eat. Enjoying a few of your main meals from the comfort of your Majorcan villa will make a huge difference to the amount of money you spend on food. Whether you cook a home favourite, use the BBQ or try your hand at some classic Majorcan tapas dishes, cooking as a family is a great bonding exercise that’s sure to become one of your favourite holiday memories.
By Arianne Fabrice, a travel journalist who specialises in the popular resort destinations in and around Europe. Having worked for some of Paris’ premium travel mags, she’s recently moved into English-language publications.