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Majorca is the largest and probably best known of the Spanish Balearic Islands and people have been booking holidays to Majorca since the 1960s. Despite the growth of other, more exotic holiday destinations, cheap holidays to Majorca have remained a perennial favourite with British families wanting a low priced break in the Spanish sun. At Co-operative Travel we have cheap Majorca holidays in Alcudia, Pollensa and many other popular resorts which are especially suitable for families.
Many people still equate Majorca (or Mallorca, as it’s also known) with the package tourism boom of the 1960s, when hundreds of high-rise hotels and apartment blocks sprang up along the coast. Today, people booking holidays to Majorca see a more enlightened approach, with many of these faceless concrete complexes replaced by stylish low-rise holiday villages which reflect the vernacular architecture. Away from the big purpose-built resorts like Magaluf, there has been a move towards Majorca holidays taken in smaller, more traditional boutique hotels, villas (or Finca's) and even renovated 13th century homes.With so much variety in accommodation, there us bound to be a place to suit you on your Majorca Holiday.
If you’re looking to save money, then why not book ahead? - Great holiday deals and packages are now available for Majorca holidays in 2018/19.
Booking ahead for your 2018/19 family holiday to Majorca has many advantages. Parents can book holiday time off in advance so they can reserve the time off forthcoming school half term and summer holidays. Majorca is the perfect place for families with its friendly atmosphere, great beaches and child friendly resorts like Cala D'or, Sa Coma and Cala Millor amongst many others.
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Here's just a small taste of our latest holiday deals to Majorca. If none of these take your fancy, you can use the simple search at the top of this page to find your perfect Majorca holiday or if you'd prefer us to do the hard work for you, just give our expert travel team a call and they'll be happy to help you plan your perfect Majorca trip. Book with us and you'll be safe in the knowledge that your holiday is booked with a name you can trust and that your money is totally secure.
All prices are based on 2 adults sharing. Prices & availability correct at the time offers were generated and are subject to change at any time.
Key Information: Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea. It is known for its warm climate, sunny beaches and for its cheap holiday resorts due to the large amount of people who visit there on holiday all year round.
As of 1st July 2016, all visitors to Majorca will have to pay a 'Balearics Sustainable Tourism Tax', you can read more information on this goverment imposed tax here
Ideal Time to Go: Majorca is a great holiday destination all year round and will never be short of sunshine and fun family activities to take part in. However, if we had to choose we would recommend early springtime as the ideal time to have your Majorca holiday as this is when the gorgeous almond blossoms are out, and that makes for a very pretty sight indeed.
Weather: Majorca has quite a warm climate; the average annual temperature in Majorca is 16.5°C. Majorca’s hottest months are July-August with an average temperature of around 25°C. The coolest months in Majorca are December-February with an average temperature of around 10°C. Majorca doesn’t get very large amounts of rain; its wettest month is October with an average rainfall of 69mm over 7 days. Other months in Majorca see much less rain than October generally with an average of around 4 wet days per month, but even then the rainfall is often very little.
Flight Time: A direct flight from London to Majorca takes less than 2 and a half hours.
Time Difference: 1 hour ahead of UK time.
Currency: Euro (€)
Fun Fact: Majorca is the hometown of Duncan Ferguson of Everton Football Club Fame.
Top Tip: If you have drinks at a bar as opposed to a table or deck then it often works out slightly cheaper.
Majorca is a hugely popular holiday destination so cheap direct flights are available from airports all over the UK, so you should have no problem at all getting to your Majorca holiday.
There are many great and exciting places to visit during your Majorca holiday, whether you want to relax and take in the sun or get out there and have some great fun in new scenery there’s certainly something out there for you. Here are our top picks of places to visit during your holiday in Majorca:
Magaluf – Of course, if you’re visiting Magaluf for your holiday you’re most likely going for the crazy nightlife and cheap alcohol, but that’s not to say that during the day you can’t relax on the beach and have a nice calm daydream before hitting the clubs.
Alcudia – This is one of Majorca’s more family friendly holiday destinations, with fun water parks, cycling and other family holiday activities you won’t be finding yourselves stuck with nothing to do during your Majorca family holiday.
Sa Coma – This is Majorca’s very own land of activities; whether you want to go on a safari, take the kids to see the exotic animals in the zoo during your family holiday, relax on the sunny beaches or have some cheap drinks in a club with your friends, there’s definitely something to keep you entertained in Sa Coma.
Holidaymakers generally book holidays to Majorca for the sand, sea and sun, rather than the culture. Nonetheless, you can still see traces of the island as it was before the tourist boom, in towns like Alcudia. This town has retained its 14th century wall along with the historic capital, Palma with it's magnificent Catherdral.
The island’s best beaches are on the north and east coasts which are where most of the Majorca holidays are booked. Sadly, many of the quaint fishing villages and hidden coves have been swallowed up by modern developments. Despite these progressions, there are still pockets of the past here and there which you can visit on your Majorca holiday. The rugged northwest coast is dominated by the spectacular mountains of Serra de Tramuntana. If you are looking to make the most of your Majorca holidays, then it’s worth taking time to explore the island beyond the beach. A short drive will take you to monasteries, museums and mountain villages, alive with olive groves and vineyards.
Holidays to Majorca are often booked in the resorts around Palma, on the southwest coast. Once you’ve admired the sunset and architecture, you will find dozens of rocky coves and little harbours to explore and some excellent seafood restaurants.
Located in Majorca, Alcudia is placed on the northern edge of the island and is packed with amazing things to see and do.
For those searching for Majorca late deals Cala d`Or is the perfect place to stay, and at Co-operative Travel we’ve got holidays to this excellent family friendly resort that would be ideal.
Cala Millor holidays are just what you need if you’re looking to get away for a week of sun, sand and relaxation.
Calas De Majorca
Holidays in Calas de Mallorca could be the perfect way to get away from the stresses and strains of everyday life to spend a week or so relaxing on a beautiful beach in the sun.
If you’re planning the holiday of a lifetime with your mates, Magaluf holidays really ought to be your first choice.
When it comes to holidays in Majorca Palma Nova is one of the biggest resorts. This beautiful seaside town has everything you could possibly need for a fantastic break, so if you’re interested in Palma Nova holidays you won’t be disappointed by our great selection.
Located in the far north of Majorca and with a booming tourist resort that draws in thousands of tourists every year, Puerto Pollensa holidays are ideal for those after quiet relaxing breaks in one of the most stunning locations this island has to offer.
Holidays in Sa Coma are the perfect choice if you’re looking for a family-friendly resort with plenty of facilities located smack-bang on the beach in Majorca.
Santa Ponsa holidays are ideal for beach lovers, as the resort is famed for its beautiful white sands and the excellent range of water sports on offer.
When you’ll planning a holiday you will often be looking for the best of both worlds – a resort where you can lay down and relax when you feel like it, but is close enough to a large town or city so you can do a bit of sightseeing and exploring as well.
Located on the north east coast of the beautiful Spanish island of Majorca, the holiday resort of C'an Picafort is the ideal place to head to if you're looking for a beach holiday in Majorca that will leave you feeling relaxed and extremely content!
Cala San Vincente
Cala San Vincente is one of the smallest resorts on the island of Majorca. The village lies on the North West coast of the island, approximately 60km north of the capital Palma. Ideal for those interested in a walking holiday, Cala San Vincente offers exceptional coastal and rural scenery.
Costa den Blanes
Located just 10 kilometres from Palma de Mallorca, the island's major city and port, the resort of Costa d'en Blanes is the perfect place to head for if you want a quieter break but with all of the fun and delights Majorca has to offer.
Palma, in Majorca, is the ideal place to stay for your holiday this year if you are after somewhere with an amazing climate, superb attractions and exquisite dining opportunities. Palma is significantly different to its neighbours Palma Nova and Magaluf, which are seen as the go-to destinations for partiers.
The resort of Cala Bona is part of the municipal district of Son Servera, which lies on Majorca’s quieter east coast. If taking a transfer by coach from Son Sant Joan International airport at Palma, the 65km journey will take around 2 hours.
Playa De Muro
If you're thinking of going away on holiday, the chances are you want to get some sun on your back. After all, the opportunity to enjoy some well-earned rest and relaxation could be just the ticket after slogging away at work for months on end.
Port El Nous
Holidays in Port El Nous are just what you need if you’re looking for a break in an exclusive resort. Located on the south-west coast of Majorca, it is situated between Costa d'en Blanes and the popular resort of Palma Nova.
If you're looking for a holiday, just choosing the right destination for you can be a bit of a challenge. After all, there are so many different resorts - all with their own unique charms - to choose from, it can be tricky knowing which one is best for you.
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