Palma Villas for Rent

Why stay in Palma

The Sunday Times once named Palma as the best place in the world to live in—and it’s not difficult to see why.
The capital city of Mallorca offers uninterrupted sea views, easy access to sun-kissed beaches and a lively vibe all year round. Palma villa travellers can also look forward to discovering the city’s historical landmarks, museums, art galleries and restaurants.

Villas in Palma

Located in a quiet residential area, your vacation rental in Palma offers a respite from the buzzing tourist hotspots in the city. Upon entering the property, you’ll find well-appointed living spaces, a private pool and vast outdoor spaces that let you soak up the relaxed Mediterranean vibes.
A local concierge takes care of your every need—so you won’t have to lift a single finger throughout your stay. Your villa manager will assist with transport arrangements, restaurant reservations and customised travel experiences, including in-villa spa treatments, personalised tours and more.

Family activities in Palma

Take the little ones on a day trip to the Palma Aquarium, located just 10 minutes’ drive from your Palma villa. The highlights here include the AquaDome, an immersive 3D experience that lets you discover all about humpback whales. There are also fascinating ocean exhibits, a touch pool where you can get up close and interact with sea life, and a children’s play area.
Or hop on a train for a ride from Palma to Soller. While it’s quicker to arrive at Soller from Palma via a car ride, riding on the quaint vintage trains makes for an enjoyable family experience. Plus, you’ll get to enjoy breathtaking views of the Mallorca countryside landscape along the way.
Cycling tours are a great way to discover the sights and sounds of the city. NANO Bicycles offers bike rentals, as well as a tour of the old town. In addition to bike rentals, Palma on Bike offers a variety of unique tours—including a tapas bike tour and a wine and ceramic bike tour.

Activities and points of interest in Palma

Your vacation won’t be complete without enjoying the island’s sun-kissed beaches. Your Palma villa is located just a skip away from Playa de Palma, the main beach in the city. Day or night, the beach is abuzz with activity, and there are plenty of bars, restaurants and clubs dotted along the coast.
Palma is best known for its historic landmarks. Don’t miss out on a visit to the Palma Cathedral (La Seu), the Royal Palace of La Almudaina and Castell de Bellver. On balmy summer evenings, you’ll have the opportunity to watch classical music concerts held within the grounds of the castle. These attractions are located within the old city—about 15 to 20 minutes’ drive from your Palma villa.
Other attractions located in the heart of the city include S'Hort del Rei, a picturesque Moorish-style garden that offers plenty of photo-taking opportunities. From here, take a four-minute walk to Paseo del Borne, a promenade lined with cafes, restaurants and luxury boutiques.
Discover more about the local history with a trip to the Municipal Museum of History (located within the Castell de Bellver). And at Fundació Miró Mallorca, you can view a wide collection of artworks, including over 6,000 paintings and sculptures donated by the artist Joan Miró.
The latter also features a sculpture garden, library, auditorium and art studios that Joan Miró worked in. Both attractions are located within a 15-minute drive from your villa in Palma.

Palma’s restaurants, cafes & bars

The city’s wide-ranging dining scene offers something for every Palma villa traveller.
Tuck into exquisite Japanese, Peruvian and Mediterranean fusion dishes at De Tokio a Lima, or savour traditional Mallorcan cuisine at Michelin starred restaurant DINS Santi Taura. Palma villa travellers with clean-eating habits will enjoy the healthy, fine dining fare at Botànic Restaurant.
Round out your meal on a sweet note with dessert at Giovanni L. Gelato Deluxe. And if you’re in the mood for after-dinner tipples, head over to Clandestino Cocktail Club or Why Not? Cocktail Bar.
Do note that many restaurants in Palma are closed during the off-peak season, so it’s best to call in and make a reservation if you’re planning to dine out. Your Palma villa concierge will gladly assist—just let them know about your dining plans during your stay.