A year round destination for couples, families, adventure, wildlife, beaches and culture

Mallorca has a postcard perfect coastline, pretty fishing villages, dramatic mountains and a very high standard of accommodation. Highlights of Mallorca include:

  • The capital city of Palma with its majestic cathedral surrounded by labyrinthine streets with boutiques, pavement cafes and designer shops.
  • Pollenca old town filled with cobbled streets, squares with al fresco dining and a weekly market.
  • Puerto Soller with its beautiful horseshoe shaped bay and stunning mountainous backdrop.
  • The alpine like peaks of the Tramuntana mountains, a UNESCO world heritage site.
  • Cala San Vicente, a fishing village with a choice of sand, pebbly or rocky beach.
  • The stylish resort of Illetas with its luxury hotels, bars and beach clubs on a sandy cove south west of Palma.
  • Picturesque Deya, former home to the poet Robert Graves, now home to one of the most luxurious hotels on the island.

You can be as active or inactive as you want on Mallorca, as it has beautiful beaches but is also great for cycling, hiking and horse riding.  We feature Mallorcan style hotels of a very high standard, many of which feature yoga and pilates as part of their programmes and have tennis courts or cycling facilities.  We can book you a traditional Mallorca farmhouse, a luxury villa (fully staffed if you wish), a family villa with private pool, a boutique hotel or luxury resort. There are almost daily flights from many UK airports so Mallorca is perfect for a short getaway as well as for an extended break.  

Walking in Mallorca

Rising abruptly out of the island’s interior are the craggy outcrops of the Tramuntana Mountains over which birds of prey can often be seen soaring on the breeze. The mountains provide some of the best walking in Mallorca, following a network of established trails, with spectacular vistas from the highest peaks to the Mediterranean. Elsewhere on the island coastal walks reveal sleepy fishing marinas, secret coves and pebble bays.  Decent maps and walking guidebooks are available so walking on the island is largely self-guided, although we can book you on a group walking tour if you prefer.  Perhaps the nicest way to enjoy the island is to stay in a luxury villa or hotel in or around Soller and take day trips for some of the spectacular walking.  

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Ideas for a trip to Mallorca

Here are some ideas for trips to Mallorca all of which can be adapted for you and we are always happy to create a bespoke trip from scratch.

From £999

per person excluding flights

Self guided walking holiday

Your base for the week is a boutique hotel in the coastal village of Port de Soller, separated from the rest of Mallorca by the UNESCO World Heritage Sierra de Tramuntana mountains. With its narrow streets and enchanting buildings, this old fishing harbour is the perfect base from which to explore the island. The historic train that connects the capital Palma and Port de Soller is a must! Originally introduced in 1912 to transport citrus fruit from the Soller valley to the capital, it offers an unforgettable experience from which you can enjoy the diversity of landscapes that the island offers. We have crafted a sample itinerary for you that would be easy and relaxing to follow, but you will be able to create your own selecting your walks from over 10 options, with different levels and directly on our navigation app.

From £1666

Per villa in low season

Villa holiday

Three bedroom villa with pool beautifully positioned on ten hectares of land, nestled between the towns of Pollensa and Port de Pollensa. Cook, shopping and wine service available on request for additional payment

From £1900

Per person incl flights and transfers

Luxury week in Mallorca

On this 7 night luxury Mallorca escape, you’ll combine Palmas and its thriving food scene and fascinating history with time in the countryside on the west coast and the town of Deia, long a hangout for artists, writers and creative types of all stripes.

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UK passport holders can visit Mallorca for up to 90 days in any 180 day period without a visa as a tourist.  For further information see the FCO website.

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