A villa rental in Majorca is an affordable and practical way to enjoy this popular Spanish island. Staying in a villa typically gives you a lot more room than the average hotel room, and it also costs less for a family or group of people to share a villa. And although eating out is an enjoyable part of any holiday, renting a villa also lets you save on eating out as you can prepare meals in your fully equipped kitchen. Most villa kitchens come with everything you need for a stay of a couple of days or several weeks, including a fridge, stove and microwave.
there are several things to consider when choosing a villa rental in Majorca. Of course, cost is an issue; as a general rule, you’ll pay more to rent closer to the beach or in one of the larger resorts. A villa away from the sea can cost less, and you can still be on the sand within a few minutes. A villa overlooking the beach or in the town centre may be noisy and you may have people walking past your window constantly; if you are looking for peace and quiet, some way out of town may be preferable. If you have children with you, you may want to be within walking distance of the beach or things to keep them amused, but without having to cross a busy road.
There are dozens of websites that offer villas for rent in Majorca, and you can compare the cost, location and amenities as well as look at reviews and comments from previous customers. Just about every villa has some sort of outdoor space, although the amount can vary and you should decide what you need. You should also decide whether you need such amenities as a sauna, hot tub or outdoor grill. Of course, you’ll also pay more to have your own pool, although some villas make use of a shared swimming pool. And villas vary in their style as well as size; you can choose something that’s rustic and quaint, a villa that’s more modern and functional or one that is traditionally Spanish.
Majorca attracts visitors from the UK and all over the world who come to the island for its beautiful year round weather and gorgeous beaches. But Majorca has so much more to offer, including some top golf courses, plenty of water sports, a variety of traditional restaurants, some of the best shopping in the Mediterranean and several historic towns and cities including the Moorish old town of Palma, the island’s capital.