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Introduction to Mallorca

Magnificent Mallorca is blessed with 300 days of sunshine a year to warm its sandy beaches, dramatic mountains and charming villages. Young families love the soft sands of Playa de Muro and Puerto Pollensa, perfect for paddling and sandcastles, with easy access by car if you’re loaded with beach paraphernalia. Make life even easier by choosing one of our Family Favourite villas, or let us help out with a private nanny or pool fencing service for extra peace of mind.

Older kids can try the watersports, or enjoy a little freedom to be out on their own in the relaxed café culture of the Puerto Pollensa Pine Walk, old Pollensa Town or Cala San Vicente. There are waterparks for thrill seekers, markets for bargain hunters and shops to tempt all budgets in the cosmopolitan capital Palma.

Spanning the whole range from traditional fincas to luxury holiday homes, our Mallorca villas are ideal for groups, whether you come to enjoy one of its 20+ golf courses, want to start your spring bike training early or just appreciate the excellent weather, quality wines and authentic local flavours that are putting Mallorca firmly on the foodie map. Step back in time on the little tram that trundles from Sóller to the port, explore the chic boutiques of Deià or pack your hiking boots to discover myriad coastal and mountain walking paths.

Our Mallorca portfolio includes villas for couples, an elegant luxury hotel, and family-friendly villas complete with child-friendly layout, spacious grounds for outdoor play and a box of toys and garden games. Discover Mallorca’s best beaches and attractions in our Mallorca Travel Guide.

Explore our pre-bookable experiences in Mallorca

Villas in Fornalutx & Sóller  Villas in Pollensa & Puerto Pollensa  Hotels in Pollensa & Puerto Pollensa 

Mallorca Villas


  • "Superb. Villa spotlessly clean and very well equipped. Lovely gardens and swimming pool with lots of comfortable sunbeds. Shaded areas for eating and relaxing... Highly recommended."

    Lesley Horton, Finca Can Llamas, Mallorca

  • "We had an excellent holiday at Son Pons Hotel. The location of the hotel was excellent and everything else about it made for a very relaxing and enjoyable holiday."

    David Bass, Son Pons Hotel, Mallorca

  • "Lovely villa with a well-equipped kitchen where we all enjoyed a much-needed rest and recharge. Beautiful location, quiet, easy to navigate and excellent place for seeing more of this gorgeous island. Visited Pollença and steps well worth the effort. First time with Simpson – and not the last!"

    Hazel & Thomson family, Villa Raconet, Mallorca

  • “What an enchanting place – so very special in every way. We just loved the art and the views are spectacular, we are already planning our return!”

    Cary & David, Ca’n Antuna, Sóller & Fornalutx 2016

  • "A beautiful villa and pool and a lovely location - highly recommended. Infant pack was excellent with all equipment and toys provided. Villa immaculately clean with midweek clean and change of towels."

    Mrs Fiona Hopkins

Regions in Mallorca

Drawing together Blue Flag beaches, picturesque countryside and centuries of fascinating history, a luxury holiday in Mallorca is both a chance to switch off and an opportunity to explore – and we’ve chosen our villas carefully to bring you the best of this beautiful island. Whether you discover it on foot, by bike or in the car, the dramatically winding roads and meandering cross-country trails will lead you to charming villages, impressive monasteries, peaceful bays and sophisticated seaside resorts, with plenty of tempting culinary pit stops along the way.

Fornalutx & Sóller

A thriving town with an historic past, life in tranquil Sóller centres around its impressive main square, where trams trundle by on their way to chic Puerto Sóller through fragrant citrus groves. Nearby is the mountain village of Fornalutx, a wonderful example of Mallorquin architecture, overlooking the stunning Sóller Valley. 

Pollensa & Puerto Pollensa

The town of Pollensa, framed by the Tramuntana Mountains and scented by pines, is a cluster of cobbled streets and medieval squares. The town’s port, Puerto Pollensa, has grown from a small fishing village into a cosmopolitan resort satisfying most tastes yet still retaining its traditional charm.