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Mallorca – or Majorca is simply the most beautiful island in the Mediterranean.
It is the perfect venue for a holiday. And now you can see for yourself by booking a luxury villa or ocean front apartment with White Beach Holidays Ltd.
Just a short flight from the UK and northern Europe, Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and is located approximately 150 kms off the east coast of the Spanish mainland.
During the summer, the island is blessed by a hot Mediterranean sun that is complemented by cool, refreshing breezes and the winters are quite mild too. Spring and Autumn are fantastic times to travel: great weather, yet fewer people.
Mallorca really does have it all: history, culture, incredible beaches, places of outstanding natural beauty, sports and leisure and so much more.
The historical capital city of Palma is rich in history, authentic architecture, fashionable boutiques and superb restaurants. The main touristic resorts offer everything that you require for a perfect beach holiday: great beaches, good food and plenty of water sports. Away from the main resorts, many of the inland villages remain untouched by tourism and offer the traveler a glimpse of typical life on a Mediterranean island.
There is so much to enjoy and explore on the island that we always recommend you book a hire car and see the true beauty of the islands diverse features for yourself. Car hire is cheap, the roads are good and the signage is easy – so go for it!
Whitebeach Holidays are the Mallorca experts and offer a wide selection of apartments, bungalows and villas in Mallorca for rent.
Towns & Villages
Below you will find more information on the Costa Brava’s most popular resorts including:
To truly experience this wonderful coastline we strongly recommend you visit the main tourist attractions.
Mallorca Holiday Accommodation
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Santa ponsais located on the south west coast of Mallorca, just a 20 minute drive to the airport and to the capital Palma. The resort is situated in a beautiful, quiet and sheltered cove and is very popular with the northern European traveller. The main attraction is the large beach with its renowned clear blue waters and white soft sand. As well as a good selection of local shops and supermarkets, there are regular markets in the neighbouring vicinity, plus of course the boutique shops and designer stores in Palma.
For sport lovers there is local golf course, tennis, horse riding, diving and many other water sports. A great location for the family holiday.
Platja de Palma is located on the central south west coast of Mallorca, just 10 kms from the capital of Palma, and only a 10 minute drive to the airport. Visitors return for one simple reason: the incredible beach. Flat, spacious, clean, with a gentle incline and with plenty of beach bars within easy access, this is a beach lovers dream. The promenade runs all the way to Palma, and is best viewed either on the tram or even better on a bike. There is a good selection of both local and international restaurants, plus local shops.
A great destination from which to enjoy the beach, visit the nearby capital, plus the other sights on the island.
This selection of attractions are those we consider to be Mallorca’s 10 main attractions. These attractions represent a small cross-section of the culture, history, landscape, gastronomy and social events of the area.
Serra de Tramuntana
Connect with the intense natural beauty of Mallorca and explore the gloriously picturesque Tramuntana mountains, either on foot or by car. Located in the north of Mallorca this pine clad, craggy limestone range is home to lakes, sleepy atmospheric villages and historic monuments. Whilst also providing some of the most genuinely breathtaking views on the island.
Parc Natural de Mondrago
Another natural wonder, the Parc Natural de Mondrago was created as part of a backlash by locals against the creation of proposed tourist resort in this part of the island in the early 1990`s. Its 750 odd hectares encompasses some of the most stunning scenery on Mallorca, including a Caribbean castaway white sand beach and a wetland bird reserve.
La Palma is the capital of Mallorca and the island´s main cultural hub. The city is a real treasure trove of historic buildings, some of which date back to the pre-Spanish Moorish era. The shining architectural jewel in the crown is the Le Seu Cathedral, a Gothic masterpiece which took no less than four centuries to complete and which was symbolically constructed on the site of a former Mosque at the behest of the Christian conqueror Jaume I after his successful invasion in the 1230´s.
The area in and around Alcudia is steeped in history as there have been settlements here dating back to the Bronze Age, whilst Roman remains such as an ancient theatre are still well in evidence. And if that wasn’t dramatic enough then today´s town is still encircled by tall protective walls which were constructed in the 14th century, creating a highly atmospheric backdrop for other historic attractions such as the Iglesia de San Jaume.