Hostels In Mallorca

11 Hostels in Mallorca, Spain
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Hostel Soller
Hostel- 22.72km from city centre
We invite you to explore our beloved Soller valley, share your experiences and get to know people from al
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My Rooms Artà Adults Only
Hotel- 62.34km from city centre
Artà is a picturesque town just a few kilometres inland from the north-east coast of Mallorca.
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Hostal San Francisco Cala D'or
7.6Very Good
Bed and Breakfast- 55km from city centre
Welcome to Hostal San Francisco.
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Hostal Can Tiu
Bed and Breakfast- 19.64km from city centre
Lovely Guesthouse in the village of Alaro, 26 km from Palma
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Hotel Cala Murada
Hotel- 55.48km from city centre
The best way to get to Hotel Cala Murada from the airport is by renting a car. Public transport to the area is not as good as we could hope.
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Villa Barbara
Hotel- 48.75km from city centre
Renovated few years ago, this familial hotel comprises a total of 4 floors with 36 double rooms. Amongst the facilities count a foyer with a reception desk, an air-conditioned dining room, a café and a TV room. The...
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Finca Sa Carrotja
Bed and Breakfast- 42.83km from city centre
This is a small private hotel that has six double bedrooms, of which five have their own terrace...
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Hotel Ses Puntetes
Hotel- 54.81km from city centre
This property is 6 minutes walk from the beach. Hotel Ses Puntetes is located 500 m from Cala Gran Beach in south-eastern Mallorca?s Cala d?Or resort.
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Boutique Hostal Oriola
Hotel- 52.32km from city centre
Guests can soak up the sun on the nearby cove beach and bathe in the clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea!!!
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Casal de Petra Rooms & Pool
Hotel- 40.64km from city centre
Petra is a municipality in the autonomous community of Balearic Islands, Spain. It is located on the island of Mallorca.
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Es Baulo Petit Hotel
Hotel- 48.99km from city centre
The Es Baul? Petit Hotel in Majorca is an enchanting 4 star family hotel in the northern part of the island
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About Mallorca

The island of Mallorca is best known for its historic sandstone cities, pristine beaches and rugged limestone mountains. Although it's the largest of Spain's Balearic Islands, Mallorca is still compact enough for travellers to easily uncover its charms. Surrounded by the Mediterranean, the seafood is always fresh and often paired with ingredients harvested from the local area. It's consistently ranked among the most popular places to live in the world, and the island’s idyllic backdrop and lifestyle might make you want to stay a while longer.

Hostels in Mallorca are dotted all across the island, from seaside spots to a farm stay in the fertile plains of the interior. Choose a Mallorca hostel with a fully equipped kitchen to make the most of the fresh island produce, or one with a cosy fireplace so you can warm up once the temperature drops in the evenings. Lots of Mallorca hostels have sea or mountain views from sun-drenched outdoor terraces and some rooms even have private balconies.

Sóller, to the west of the island, sits in the “Golden Valley” at the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. Its small bay has two beaches and a marina, the perfect place for watching the sunset. The capital city Palma de Mallorca is best known for its imposing cathedral and winding old town. Santanyí in the southeast has breathtaking coastal paths with picturesque beaches. It's also the ideal jumping-off point for the Cabrera Archipelago Maritime-Terrestrial National Park, where you can visit a 14th-century castle and spot whales and dolphins. 

With more than 260 beaches, you’ll want to spend some quality time with the sand between your toes. Choose from bustling city sands with sun loungers and umbrellas or sneak off to explore hidden coves. For hiking, head to the UNESCO-listed Tramuntana mountains, whose twin peaks can be seen from Palma and nearby Sóller. For something less active, you could tour the Wine Route on a day trip from Palma – Mallorca has over 70 bodegas (wineries) to discover.

Mallorca has an extensive bus network, with journeys usually taking no more than 2 hours. Most of them leave from Palma’s Estació Intermodal de Palma. You can also get a bus from Palma de Mallorca Airport, 8km east of the city, into the centre. The Sóller railway is an antique wooden train that runs between Palma and Sóller throughout the day, and modern train lines link Palma with Inca, Sa Pobla and Manacor. Mallorca is a popular destination for biking holidays, so you'll find lots of cycle routes too.


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