Old Pollensa represents ‘authentic’ Mallorca, and is a maze of narrow paved streets leading to the market square and the Calvario steps. Puerto Pollensa is a bustling town with a beautiful harbour and stunning views.Read more about the
The Port of Alcudia in the North East of Mallorca is best known for its endless white Sandy beach dotted with Pine trees and its safe waters and lively character. A very popular destination for a villa holiday to Majorca.Read more about
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Popularly known as the Cala and one of the most beautiful coastal areas of Mallorca, with four small coves all with clear cool emerald waters, Cala St. Vicente remains popular with many people for Luxury Majorca Holidays.Read more about Formentor
Whether you are renting your property long-term or short-term, it is important that you comply with the necessary legislation. Visit our short guide to find out which laws will apply to you and where you can find more information.Read more about
If you own a property, you may be able to earn income from it when you are not using it.
Read our guide for a comprehensive overview of the regulations, process and the key things to remember.Renting your property
Opening to the bay of Alcudia with views across the entire length of the bay, Alcanada has a small, romantic beach stretching 200m and offers wonderful Villas for your holidays to Majorca.Read more about
Bonaire is a rugged peninsula set within the fabulous horseshoe bay of Pollensa, one of the deepest and most well protected on the island, with a wide variety of stunning Villas in Majorca to rent.Read more about