What to Know Before Booking Your Mallorca Villa

What to Know Before Booking Your Mallorca Villa

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What is the best month to visit Mallorca?

Whilst Mallorca sees the hottest and driest weather in the summer months between June and August, many travellers suggest that the best month to visit the island is actually between March and May. If you visit at this time of year you’ll still get to enjoy plenty of sunshine without uncomfortably high temperatures, and will also experience a more authentic there without lots of other tourists, as the peak season on the island doesn’t start until the summer.


Which side of Mallorca is warmer?

The southeast side of Mallorca is known for being the warmest part of the island, with average temperatures in the summer consistently reaching 26°C in places like Cala D’Or. The northern, mountainous areas of the country generally see cooler weather and also have more rain than the coastal towns on the south of the island.


What is the most beautiful village in Mallorca?

Mallorca is an island with plenty of beautiful places to visit, so the winner of the prettiest village has several very strong contenders. Deià is considered very beautiful because of its historic stone houses, Fornalutx offers incredible mountain views from the picturesque streets, and Puerto Pollensa has been drawing visitors back time and time again with its coastal views and preserved architecture.


What shouldn’t you miss in Mallorca?

Mallorca is a travel destination with an amazing array of attractions, but there are several that almost every visitor will tell you to see when you’re on the island. These are the Catedral-Basílica de Santa María de Mallorca, the Old Town in Alcúdia, the Real Cartuja de Valldemossa monastery and the preserved Roman city of Pollentia.