Choosing where to stay on Mallorca will likely depend on the type of holiday you'd like to have: hotel or villa, beach or city, party or tranquillity, sporty or culture vulture - a holiday in Mallorca can offer all of these things. The impressive assortment of landscapes, from its white sandy beaches with tropical overtones and crystal clear sea to green fertile plains with orchards and vineyards, the magnificent mountain ranges and, of course, Palma, its sophisticated and historic capital city. Mallorca is an island full of surprises.
The choice of holiday accommodation is equally varied with quality options for a wide range of budgets. There are luxury boutique hotels in and around the well-known historic villages, towns and cities such as Palma, Deià, Sóller or Valldemossa, whilst exclusive golf and spa resort hotels are found close to some of the best spots on the island, like Puerto Portals and Palma. For families, the purpose-built Spanish holiday resorts in places like Palma Nova, Santa Ponsa, Port d'Alcúdia, Cala d'Or and Port Pollenca offer lots of entertainments and good value accommodation. Alternatively, villas, fincas and apartments are plentiful throughout the island and can offer more flexibility and better value for groups and families.
Wherever you stay, accommodation can be reasonably priced especially when compared to many other Mediterranean destinations. If you are able to avoid school holidays or can stay inland away from the coast, you can find some wonderful hotels and fincas for a fraction of the price of sea view accommodation.
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