Mallorca villas

Jane Anderson, Honeymoon expert Jane's verdict
There’s a new cool about Mallorca. Its capital Palma couldn’t get more hip if it tried. Add to that the idyllic beaches, stunning mountains, fabulous local cuisine and some of the best villas in the Med for the ultimate in privacy. I love the beautifully restored farmhouses with private pools in charming spots like Sencelles and Selva.

Recommended tour operator: Vintage Travel

Vintage Travel says

We’ve tracked down a great collection of villas for two in some of Mallorca’s most stunning locations. Each has its own pool and secluded gardens, perfect for an intimate and private honeymoon.

  • Charming cottages
  • Private pools
  • Stunning locations

Ca’n Bennassar is a quintessentially Mallorcan stone cottage of great character and charm. The views stretch across the magnificent foothills of the Tramuntana Mountains but it’s also close to Pollença where the vibrant central square and atmospheric cobbled back streets host several highly regarded restaurants and tapas bars.

Gorgeous rural views, lawned gardens, a huge pool and characterful interior all help make Ca’n Paner a great choice for honeymooners seeking a post-nuptial oasis of calm. Pollença is less than 5kms away.

Ca na Reieta sits in pretty gardens fringed by olive trees and glorious countryside. An excellent choice for couples seeking a comfortable, private and well-equipped base within easy distance both Pollença’s old town and beaches – it is a rare gem in a sought-after location.

Hand-picked with our trademark care and attention to detail, each of our houses in Mallorca will delight anyone seeking a romantic escape in one of the Mediterranean’s most sought after locations.

We offer villa-rental only arrangements or we can book your flights and car hire too, as required.

See our full list of villas in Mallorca and our wider selection of honeymoon villas.

* See our review of Vintage Travel.

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