Majorca's northeast corner is a pretty green region of rounded hills and beaches backed by pine forests, and Artà is one of the area's prettiest towns, with its romantic, slightly Moorish looking fortress of Santuari de Sant Salvador and its atmospheric 14th and 15th Century towers and castles.
Visiting Artà is like visiting Majorca of old. You can go right back to the Bronze Age, to the remains of a 3000 year old settlement, or stay in the present, a place where hermits still live in seclusion in spectacular, wind-whipped manor houses on the coast.
The best places to stay in Artà can be found both in the heart of the medieval old town, or in the beautiful countryside surrounding the town.
Still not sure which to book? Browse through our list of all the best places to stay in Artà, or contact one of our friendly Gurus for advice. Or widen the net and check out all our recommendations in Mallorca.
A gorgeous Majorcan manor house with a rich heritage in old town Arta. Traditional chic rooms and suites have stone walls, wooden beams, sumptuous beds, and private garden patios for breakfast. Lovely garden, pool and sauna, and bikes available. Excellent value, family friendly, near the beach.
Exquisite hotel in Medieval town. Unique rooms have opulent fabrics, antique pieces of furniture and artworks, some with balconies. Outdoor pool and large courtyard. Superb Spanish cuisine and charming bar lounge. Full of history and character, with lots of romance.
Arta (Son Servera)
A chic boutique finca with beach and mountain in its surrounds. Large suites decorated in cool natural tones with oak beams, private balconies, and all the mod cons. Excellent spa, beautiful orchards, and a traditional restaurant. Perfect for an active beach holiday. Family friendly too.