Destinations

MALLORCA

The jewel of the Mediterranean welcomes you to the most idyllic beaches, quaint villages, natural trails and breathtaking sunsets. Enjoy the sea, the sun and the luxury, by choosing this premium destination in the Balearic Islands for your summer or even winter holidays. VRConnexion will make sure you get the best, personalized holiday experience, in selected luxury villas in Spain for rent, all year round.

Our collection of Mallorca’s exclusive luxury villas, mountain or seaview, in the city or in the suburbs, are handpicked to perfectly match your holiday requirements and they are meticulously chosen for their outstanding facilities, modern architecture, premium service and excellent location. VRConnexion will arrange your stay, from the very first moment you step on this majestic island, by planning and organizing your accommodation in luxury villas in Spain, including day trips, transfers and sightseeing tours, even private chef, massage services and SPA sessions, in a luxurious travel package fit for the elite.

Palma de Mallorca as a perfect base to explore the island and it is filled with cultural, historic and gastronomic delights that will keep you busy all day and all night.
To get to know the town, the best way is to walk… climb up the Calvari Steps lined with cypress trees and leading to the top of the hill for amazing views, visit Castell de Belver (14th century gothic style castle) and its museum, the impressive gothic Santa Maria Cathedral “La Seu” and next to it, Almudaina Royal Palace (14th Century), at the entrance to the city, make a stop at the famous Joan Miro’s museum and Museum of Modern Art and head for Plaza Mayor which a typical Spanish inner square and enjoy cafe or snack at plenty of atmospheric cafés and tapas bars.

For short, side trips, don’t miss the old town of Alcudia which is surrounded by the 14th c. medieval walls, the beautiful village of Valldemosa, with charming small alleys and beautiful stone houses, at 435m above sea level on the valley of Sierra de Tramuntana, or Soller with its grandiose Art Nouveau houses and a scenic 25-minute ride down to the port of Soller with the Orange Express. Close to Soller, at no more than 33 kms, is the famous monastery of Lluc, which is considered to be the spiritual centre of Majorca, hosting a figure of the Madonna, La Moreneta, which was discovered in the 13th c. and today is visited by pilgrims from all over the world. Also impressive is the area around the lighthouse at Cap de Formentor in the northern part of the island, from where you can enjoy an amazing view from Mirador d’es Colomer. For nature lovers, the walk at Mondragó Natural Park will offer a chance for birdwatching (more than more than 70 species of birds).

Once you have checked the sights and the beautiful villages, head for some of the more than 200 Blue flagged beaches, to enjoy the white sand, the clear underwater world and the scenic bays and coves that make up the island’s 340-mile coastline. The closest to the capital and awarded with Blue Flag, are Cala Mayor, Ciudad Jardin, Illetas Beach (a sheltered bay and two beach clubs) and Portixol (a charming shingle beach on the outskirts of Palma).
Starting from the north of Mallorca, head for Playa de Muro (one of Majorca\'s best Blue Flag beaches by Alcudia), Alcudia (a wonderful white sandy beach) and Cala Mesquida (a beautiful beach in natural surroundings). In the north east you will find Cala Agulla (sandy, backed by pine trees) and Canyamel and in the north west, Cala Formentor (a wonderful strip of sandy beach) and the large and popular Port de Pollenca.
On the south east, there are the quiet Cala D\'en Borgit (quiet little beach), the unspoilt Cala Mondrago, the large remote Es Carbo, Cala Barca (popular spot for snorkellers & divers), Cala Santanyi, S\'amarador (award winning), Sa Rapita (Lovely White Sand Beach With Turquoise Seas) and in the south west Cala Falco, Cala Portals Vells, Camp De Mar (white sand & green seas), Es Trenc (famous unspoilt beach), Sant Elm (lovely blue flag beach).
At Cala D\'or (east side) you can take the glass bottom boat and visit Porto Colom, Mondrango, Cala Figuera and other various coves. For those who love kite surfing, Son Serra De Marina Beach is as wild as it can get!
The island is dotted with beautiful spots, where VRConnexion can arrange for you to stay in luxury villas, from a wide selection of luxury villas in Spain.

Mallorca is also an exciting gastronomical paradise. For lunch or dinner, don’t miss the mouthwatering Mallorcan delights. Try the good tapas restaurants and taste grilled prawns with garlic & chilli, tumbet (a most typical dish of Mallorca), fish or chicken croquettes, stuffed peppers, dates wrapped in bacon, Pa-amb-oli, a very traditional local dish and Mallorca’s answer to bruschetta, Pepito (tasty pork baguette flavored with a special blend of local olive oil, garlic and tomato with sometimes a little green pepper), Mallorcan meat specialties – steaks, chicken and rabbit, paletilla de cordero (shoulder of lamb), roast suckling pig and roast lamb pork based sausages, pork loin with cabbage (llom amb col)-, and for dessert, ensaïmada pastry, made from light-as-air sugar-dusted layers.

Mallorca is undoubtedly a wonderful holiday destination that caters to all tastes and interests. All you need to do is choose the dates of your travel, leaving the rest to VRConnexion and its experienced team, who will ensure a travel experience of a lifetime!
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