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Majorca, Balearic Islands

Majorca Holidays

Introduction

Many things in life change but one that stays the same is our love affair with Majorca holidays. The largest of the Balearic Islands has been the go-to retreat for sun seeking British holidaymakers and that shows no sign of stopping.

Blessed with year-round warm weather and stunning scenery, it is no wonder that Majorca has been circled on the calendar for holidaymakers every year. Far from being a one trick pony, Majorca’s diversity is what keeps the tourists flocking in their droves. The dramatic Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range towers above the island, the quiet coves offer peaceful serenity while the towns cater for anything a visitor could ask for.

Lively nights and lazy beach days

No matter what type of holiday you are looking for, you will feel right at home in Majorca. Want lively resorts where the fun doesn’t stop? Then Magaluf and Alcudia should be your first port of call. Looking for somewhere a little more laidback that the whole family will enjoy? Resorts such as Cala d’Or and Cala Millor are just the ticket.

Maybe you’re looking for something a little different, perhaps a city break? The capital of Palma is quickly becoming a city break favourite with the culture and history of the city taking many by surprise. It boasts some magnificent architecture such as the Catedral de Mallorca while Placa Major is home to incredible restaurants and bars. The city shows that there is much more to Majorca than meets the eye.

Of course, there is the option to make the very most of Majorca’s incredible beaches. In that case, resorts such as Puerto Pollenca, Illetas and Porto Cristo provide lazy days spent by the shore without a care in the world. These towns offer laidback vibes with stunning backdrops of mountains and endless miles of countryside in the distance.   

Why go to Majorca?

Majorca ticks every box when it comes to a holiday. Guaranteed sunshine? Tick. Family-friendly resorts? Tick. Incredible scenery and historical sites? Tick. White sand beaches and crystal clear ocean? Tick, tick and tick again.

Whether you are spending a long weekend break exploring the Ciudad Jardin and the historic centre of Palma on long weekend or treating the family to a week of fun in Cala d’Or – you will be encapsulated by this wonderful island.

On the same stretch of shoreline you could be partying in some of the most nightclubs in the world or enjoying the pure bliss of unspoilt countryside with only the trees and ocean air for company – this is what keeps people coming back to Majorca year after year.

There is a reason why the biggest of the Balearic Islands is one of the most popular destinations, and has been for a considerable amount of years, it is piece of paradise just a couple hours flight time away. Don’t just take our word for it; discover the beauty of Majorca for yourself. It will not disappoint, we can pretty much guarantee that.

Alcudia


Boasting a stunning seven mile beach, a water park and a lush nature reserve, this tranquil resort is ideal for all inclusive holidays for both families and couples.…

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Palma Nova


An incredibly popular resort which caters well for family holidays. There’s a huge number of great value restaurants, plus plenty of activities for children.…

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Magaluf


Famed for having the best nightlife in Majorca, and rightly so. All inclusive holidays in Magaluf offer a great value, incredibly lively experience.…

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Cala D'Or


This stylish resort on the western coast of Majorca has a beautiful marina lined with boutiques. Five sandy coves mean you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to sunbathing!…

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Pollenca


The rustic centre of this town lying to the north of Majorca has narrow cobbled streets and grand old houses. Ramblers will love holidays here as there are trails which lead to the Tramuntana Mountain…

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Santa Ponsa


Offering quieter holidays than neighbouring Magaluf, the fantastic golf course attracts people on golfing holidays from all over the world.…

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Cala Bona


This quiet resort has a fully functioning harbour where fishermen still work. It has two of the best beaches in Majorca plus a fun safari zoo to keep you entertained.…

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Cala San Vicente


An unspoilt resort which has retained its fishing village character. It’s at the foot of a rocky mountain range, so you can relax on the beach during your Majorca holidays and enjoy the fantasti…

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Soller


Lying on the western coast of Majorca, Soller offers relaxing holidays. Its fantastic location on the edge of a mountain range offers some breathtaking views.…

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