Hostels in Mallorca Island, Spain

2 hostels available. Prices start from $17.00 for a dorm bed.

Hostels in Mallorca Island

Adventure Hostels Party Hostel
"鈥reakfast not included - 8.00 EUR per person per day. Dormitory rooms do not include towels. They are available for a supplemental cost (set of towels 5芒鈥毬), in case you do not bring your own 鈥 More
Solo Traveller
"鈥e are available from 16:00 to 21:00. Palma de Mallorca is 13 km from Sa Fita Backpackers. The nearest airport is Palma de Mallorca Airport, 24 km from the accommodation. Please note!!! we 鈥 More

Hotels in Mallorca Island

"鈥00 to 00.00 Check out before 12.00 Payment upon arrival by credit and debit card Taxes included Breakfast not included General: Reception from 10.00 to 00.00 No curfew No pets allowed 鈥 More
"鈥ou pay this tax upon check-in.) Breakfast not available General: Reception from 09.00 to 13.00 and 17.00 to 19.00 No curfew No pets allowed" 鈥"Palma de Mallorca Airport 55 km Menorca 鈥 More

Hotel Balear

Can Pastilla
Free Breakfast
"鈥he majority of our rooms have a terrace overlooking the plaza or sea. All rooms offer Internet access via WiFi and cable for guests with laptops. For guests traveling without a laptop, we offer 鈥 More

Villa Barbara Hotel

Free Breakfast
"鈥reakfast 4脙垄芒鈧∶偮/pp. General: Reception hour start at 08:00 AM to 00:00 AM No curfew." 鈥"The hotel lies close to the centre of Ca'n Picafort where there is countless shopping and 鈥 More

Hotel Cala Murada

Free Breakfast
"鈥ll our rooms have TV, air conditioning, bathroom with bathtub, bed linen and towels, cleaning service and free Wi-Fi, in addition to all the amenities you may need. Also, breakfast is included in 鈥 More
"鈥es Puntetes has 47 single, double/twin and triple rooms, with tiled floor, private balcony, free WiFi, a safe is available for a surcharge, free toiletries, towels, linen, tv air conditioning, 鈥 More
Roses Bermejo 24 More
"鈥t is well-connected by bus and motorway and stands 70 m from Playa de Palma and 7 km from the city of Palma. Ideal for enjoying your family holidays or holidays with groups of friends on the 鈥 More

Hotel Amic Gala

Ca'n Pastilla
Free Breakfast
"鈥ublic internet access from the lobby. Facilities: All the rooms are comfortable and are equipped with private bathroom, terrace and telephone. The hotel has a bar with pool table, games 鈥 More

Hostal Colonial

Free Breakfast
"鈥ostal Colonial is open from March to November. All the rooms include a bathroom, terrace or balcony, central heating and air conditioning. Our homemade food is very popular with our regular 鈥 More

Mon Port Hotel & Spa

Port d'Andratx
Free Breakfast
"In the scenic harbour of Andratx, surrounded by mountains and with magnificient views you find the hotel MON PORT. The luxury and the elegance of its mediterranean style makes it unique. Mon Port 鈥 More

Hotel Roc Linda

Free Breakfast
"鈥00 Check out:11.00 Credit card facilities" 鈥"Beach500m Airport3km Bars, restaurants, leisure100m Palma city9km Taxi station100m Bus station50m" 鈥ctavio Augusto, 2 More

Alua Leo

Can Pastilla
Free Breakfast
"鈥-Complete Bathroom -Air conditioning -STA TV -Telephone -Safe deposit bos (to rent) *Capacity 1 pax 2 Single beds -Complete bathroom -Balcony -Air conditioning -SAT TV -Safe deposit 鈥 More
"鈥rom the various observation towers you can admire a spectacle of unmatched beauty. At only 250 m there is the wide beach of Ca鈥檔 Picafort with crystal clear water and white sand, surrounded by 鈥 More

Grupotel Amapola

Urb. Las Gaviotas
"Grupotel Amapola is situated along the small lake in S'Albufera natural park, this charming hotel is situated in the Playa de Muro. A pleasant walk will take you to Playa de Muro, located at about 鈥 More
"En el privilegiado enclave de Cala San Vicente, al norte de la isla de Mallorca, se levanta el Grupotel Molins. Es un hotel de 4* con estilo rom谩ntico y uno de los hoteles m谩s carism谩ticos de 鈥 More

Hostels in Mallorca Island, Spain

2 hostels available. Prices start from $35.00 for a dorm bed.

Get to know Mallorca Island (no more "I wish I knew this before")

This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Mallorca Island.

Guess what? Mallorca Island is also named and spelled Majorca - It is the same destination. Goodbye confusion.

Calling all party animals and beach-lovers -- Majorca (Mallorca), Balearic Islands, Spain, is the destination for you. Majorca (also known as Mallorca) is the largest island in the Balearic Islands archipelago, which is part of Spain.

Majorca is a well-known vacation destination, and extremely popular with British and German tourists in particular. As a result, the place is flooded with budget accommodations to cater to tourists’ needs. So, you shouldn’t have too much trouble when it comes to booking a hostel in Majorca (Mallorca), Balearic Islands, Spain. It does get quite busy during summer, however, so if you’ve got your heart set on a place or if you want the cheapest possible option, you will still need to book your Majorca (Mallorca), Balearic Islands, Spain hostel ahead of time to ensure you don’t miss out.

Most people are attracted to Majorca as holiday destination, thanks to its sunshine and gorgeous beaches. So, while you’re there, relaxing on the beach or going for a swim is something you definitely shouldn’t miss. You’re spoilt for choice as there more than two hundred sixty beaches. Among the best beaches are Cala Agulla, Portals Vells, Formentor, Illetas, Son Serra de Marina, Cala Llamp, Cala Estellencs, Cala Tuent, and Puerto Pollensa. This is just the beginning, though, as there is an extensive range of other beaches that are just as beautiful.

Speaking of beautiful things, the Serra de Tramontana is one of the most gorgeous landscapes on the globe. If you get a chance, go for a drive from Valldemossa through Deia and the Fornalutx Valley to Sa Calobra and prepare for your jaw to drop at its beauty.

As Majorca is quite an old area, there is a plethora of historic gems to explore. Among them are the ancient ruins like Pollentia, Banys Arabs (Arab Baths), and Parque Arqueopogico Puig de Sa Morisca, as well as old religious sites such as Iglesia Nova, Santuari de Cura, and Basilica de Sant Francesc.

The nightlife in Majorca is epic, so don’t forget to down a few cocktails while you’re on vacation.

C'an Picafort

Originally a small fishing village in the north east of Mallorca, C’an Picafort has become a popular resort for tourists – both locals looking for a weekend getaway and international travelers hoping to explore some of Spain’s most spectacular beaches.

Visitors to C’an Picafort will enjoy the wide variety of outdoor recreation activities available within the town, including go-carting, tennis, horse riding, water-skiing, sailing, windsurfing, mini-golf, fishing, cycling, hiking, and even bird-watching. The Mediterranean climate, which boasts warm summers and mild winters, provides perfect conditions for tourists to indulge in some sun and sand.

The old town centre gives history buffs the chance to explore the community’s roots. With a marina, post office, town hall, and even ancient gardens and an old church, C’an Picafort offers much more than just a beachside paradise.

Accommodation is varied here, with plenty of options for tourists to choose from. Hostels are available for backpackers looking for a cheap stop on their way through town, but bed and breakfasts and luxury resorts are also plentiful. Whether you decide to stay in an elegant hotel or a busy hostel, C’an Picafort has something catered to your needs.

Since this town has become a popular tourist destination, visitors can enjoy a wide variety of international German, British, and Scandinavian cuisine – as well as traditional Mediterranean dishes like langosta a la parrilla, a lobster dish with a locally made mayonnaise. Pedestrians can venture up and down the traffic-free promenade along the beach, sampling dishes from a variety of local eateries while they enjoy the Spanish sun.

Bus connections are available to bring tourists to their local hostels or hotels from the nearby towns of Pollensa, Alcudia, and Palma, and car rentals are also recommended for travelers looking to explore the coastline more extensively. The nearest airport is Son Sant Joan International Airport, located in Palma.

Written by local enthusiast for Mallorca Island hostels

Written by local enthusiast for Mallorca Island hostels Erin

Mallorca Island Hostel Cheatsheet

Above we list every single hostel there is in the city. Let us take a broader look at what you can expect - and what not. We created this cheatsheet for you to get a more complete picture of the hostel quality in Mallorca Island, average prices and types of hostels to choose from.
Total number of hostels 2
Average dorm price $42
Average private room price $116
Cheapest Hostel in Mallorca Island Sa Fita Backpackers - Albergue Juvenil with $33.5
Party hostels in Mallorca Island Hostel S贸ller - Albergue Juvenil (1 in total)
Average rating of all hostels 9

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