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Renting property in Mallorca

Mallorca is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe, making it an attractive place to rent property. The island offers a variety of property options, from flats and terraced houses to luxury villas and traditional fincas. To rent a property in Mallorca, there are a few aspects you should consider:


Location: The island is divided into different regions that vary in terms of landscape, atmosphere and infrastructure. The main regions are Palma and surroundings, west coast, east coast, north coast and south coast. Consider which region best suits your needs and preferences. Demand is particularly high in the areas around the capital Palma and in the southwest of Mallorca. This therefore also determines the amount of the rent.


8.000 €
Villa Mallorca new villa in modern style
15.800 €
Gorgeous villa with large pool and well-kept garden

Gorgeous villa with large pool...

Sol de Mallorca

  • 1723 m2
  • 484 m2
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 4 Baths
4.500 €
Charming Mallorca end row house with sea view
2.000 €
terraced house with modern and mediterranean accents

terraced house with modern and...


  • 87 m2
  • 120 m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Baths
8.500 €
Modern villa with fantastic panoramic view and south orientation

Modern villa with fantastic pa...

Santa Ponsa

  • 1416 m2
  • 502 m2
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 4 Baths
4.500 €
Investment Villa with vacation license and magnificent sea views

Investment Villa with vacation...

Santa Ponsa

  • 1336 m2
  • 450 m2
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Baths
12.500 €
Luxury villa Mallorca in first sea line
3.800 €
Mallorca apartments exclusive garden-apartment

Type of property: Decide what type of property you want to rent, e.g. a flat, a terraced house, a villa or a finca. Also consider the size of the property and the number of bedrooms you need. The equipment of the property also plays an important role if it is to be used all year round, e.g. heating, air conditioning, internet connection.

Budget: Set yourself a realistic budget for rent and utilities, such as electricity, water, gas, internet and any community fees.

Rental period: Consider how long you want to rent the property. There are both short term (holiday lets) and long term rental options, starting from 6 months.

Contract terms: Read the lease carefully and make sure you understand the terms and notice periods.

Legal requirements: Find out about the legal requirements for tenants in Mallorca. Bear in mind that many landlords will want an advance rent payment or deposit and that you, as the tenant, will have to pay the agent's fee. You will need a Spanish tax number (NIE) to sign contracts with utilities, which you can apply for through a Gestoria.

Casa Nova Properties as a local real estate agent in the southwest of the island of Mallorca will help you to find the right property. Call us : Tel. 0034 971 69 80 76.