Largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca's appeal has remained ever constant since its emergence as a holiday destination in the 1950s, its stunning beaches and guaranteed sunshine undoubtedly the main draw. Yet there's much more to Mallorca than just its resorts, this is an island where fascinating traces of Roman and Arab rule and sweet-smelling citrus groves exist in harmonious tranquillity alongside charming fishing villages, ancient port towns and luxury marinas. Palma, Mallorca's capital, effortlessly blends medieval splendour with modern-day living whilst the stunning villages of Soller, Deia and Pollensa have long attracted the rich and famous.Our luxury hotels and villas in Mallorca blend seamlessly into this landscape. We have restored fortresses and castles in Palma and valleys of the Tramuntana Mountains, stylish fincas surrounded with acres of olive grove, or contemporary villas close to the beaches of Pollensa and Andratx. Long days are sun-filled and balmy evenings are spent dining pool-side, to the summer hum of the cicadas.