Mallorca is also known for its more contemporary and chic shopping centres, restaurants and lounge bars. There are Car Hire options to and from the villa.
Mallorca also hosts year-round festivals:
Festes de Sant Sebastià (St. Sebastian’s Festival): The Patron Saint of Mallorca is St Sebastian. The celebrations run from 12th until the 20th of January. On the 19th of January, the main plaza in Palma is filled with music, food stalls, bonfires and much more. The finale is in Pollenca there is the parade of Els Cavallets on the 20th of January.
Sa Rua Carnival: Dates vary yearly for this traditional festival, but it is usually the 3rd weekend in February. The streets are filled with carnivals, parades, parties, and many traditional Sa Rau celebrations. The local government website will update the dates, times and routes of the Sa Rua Carnival.
Festes del Rei en Jaume: This fiesta runs during the first two weeks in September. It celebrates the start of the beginning of the reconquest of the island, which was overtaken by the Moors. As well as celebrating the arrival of Jaime I at Santa Ponça, which was 783 years ago. From bonfires to parades as well as the reenactment of the battle. This is well worth a visit.
Festa des Vermar or Grape Harvest Festival: The festivities in September are still not over! In the last 2 weeks of September, Binissalem is the center of the festivities. The ‘Festa des Vermar’ brings people from all over the island together his festival has everything from grape throwing competitions, wine tasting, grape treading. There are also servings off a traditional called Fideus des Vermar.
La Dansa dels Cossiers: This is one of Mallorca's oldest and most traditional dances. The dance group consists of 6 males, 1 female and "the devil" and They dance to the rhythm of the melodies played by the pipe and the shawm players. (15/01, and 16/01 in Algaida; 23 and 24/08 in Montuïri; 16/08 in Alaró;
In Mallorca, the summers are short, hot, dry, and mostly clear and the winters are long, windy, and partly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 41°F to 87°F and is rarely below 34°F or above 93°F.
The best time of year to visit Palma for hot-weather activities is from late June to late August.
Booking a villa to spend your holiday in Mallorca will not disappoint. The activities will give you the opportunity to get to experience Spain’s history up close and personal. Most of the activities are either within walking distance or a short drive from the villas.
The villas offer comfort and a feel of a home away from home with amenities such as; private pool with poolside sunbeds, private off-road parking, BBQ set, Wi-Fi, AC, maid service, table tennis (some villas), valuables safety box, 24/7 guest concierge and much more. The various villas are between 2 to 12 sleeps.
So, if your cup of tea is diving into some local history, long walks or relaxing on gorgeous sandy beaches and feeding the inner soul with local cuisine, then renting a villa in Mallorca is the next move in planning your holiday.
Villa Coste is located in Pollensa on the Spanish island of Mallorca. This detached vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms along with private swimming pool. The villa is walking distance to restaurants.