Large Holiday Homes in Majorca

Posted by Ash K on Wednesday, January 18, 2012 0

Large holiday homes in Majorca are well-suited to family holidays. Most have their own outdoor swimming pools and the indoor amenities cover just about everything or more that a family would need for a week. Most large homes have more than one up-to-date television and DVD player and the kitchens look like they were made for gourmet chefs. Having whatever food anyone could want right there, twenty-four hours a day is a huge advantage of leasing a home for the week as opposed to a hotel with costly room service.

Sight-seeing on Majorca is easy. Look out the window of almost any vacation home for water and/or mountain views. Of course, biking is an alternative and there are hiking trails for different vistas. Olive groves and pine forests provide scenery to dream about after gazing at the bay or the beach all day. The hot summers and mild winters allow for year-round holiday plans with outdoor lunches even in winter. How many hotels have log fires in the rooms? Villas in Majorca have them, for relaxed wine sipping and pleasant conversation.

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The image above shows a villa located in Campanet, Northern Majorca. This villa has 3 bedrooms and sleeps up to 10 people. The villa is available from £496/€599 per week.

Tennis, golf, horseback riding, fishing and other water sports are all available on Majorca, and many homes include baby-sitting services so that adults can enjoy these getaways to the hilt. Come home to a smoke-free villa afterwards and decide on which fresh seafood to have for dinner. Use those cooking skills that are often forgotten in the rush of daily life back home, or go to one of many fine restaurants on the island.

Weekly rates for leasing holiday homes vary, and are reasonable. There are several websites that list homes and rates for the week or night, depending on the house. Pictures and slide shows present the home's assets clearly and it is easy to reserve a time. Many homes are already booked solid for the summer and it would be wise to decide on a location soon. Many visitors from the UK and Germany frequent the island, so language is not an issue. Most travel related employees have an adequate grasp of English.

The history of Majorca is long and fraught with battles over the ownership and governing of the island. Spain and North African countries claimed it in alternating eras, influencing culture and art, especially with changing religious affiliations. It is now Spanish and that is the language most heard other than English, unless it is Catalan.

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The image above shows a villa located in Valledemossa, Western Majorca. This villa has 5 bedrooms and sleeps up to 10 people. The villa is available from £911/€1,100 per week.

Travellers do not want to worry about small annoyances, like stains on clothes or noise from the next room from strangers. Holiday homes in Majorca have laundry facilities and several bedrooms with en suite baths for privacy and convenience. Also you can easily find cheap tickets to Majorca online. Some arrangements include maid service for the house. Was there clapping in the background? A home away from home is comforting and exciting all at once when every convenience is available but there is a new decor inside and panoramic views outside each window.

Island life on Majorca is sure to drain away any traveller’s tension with warm breezes and soothing swims. A good Mediterranean dinner and cocktail will cap off a great day and blend into a good night's sleep. An entire week of that schedule in a beautiful holiday home is possible with a few clicks of the mouse. Find it now.

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