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Relax on a beach or soak up the culture in Majorca  

Take a break to the classic holiday destination of Majorca. Bask in the sun on its enticing beaches, explore the island’s natural beauty, discover its place in history with the remnants of civilisations past, or party the night away – there’s so much on offer on this wonderful island.  

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    10 things to do in Majorca 

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    1. Explore Palma de Mallorca

    The island’s capital city with its impressive Gothic cathedral, La Seu, the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, and the picturesque old town with its narrow streets and beautiful squares.

    Majorca overview

    Majorca, also known as Mallorca, is the largest island in the Spanish Balearic archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. While known as a popular tourist destination, the island has a vibrant culture and a long history dating back to ancient times, when it was inhabited by the Talaiotic people, who left behind megalithic structures. It was later inhabited by the Phoenician, Roman and Byzantine civilisations.  

    In the 8th century AD, Majorca was invaded by the Moors, who ruled the island for several centuries. Some of their influences can still be seen today. In the 13th century, King James I of Aragon successfully conquered the island, leading to its incorporation into the Crown of Aragon. In modern history, the island was affected by various conflicts, including the War of Spanish Succession and later the Spanish Civil War.  

    Majorca’s history and culture have evolved through a mix of indigenous traditions, Mediterranean influences and the impact of the various civilisations that have inhabited the island. Today, Majorcans continue to celebrate various traditional festivals throughout the year, with religious processions, music and dance. 

    What to eat

    Majorca offers a rich and diverse culinary scene with plenty of fresh, local ingredients and Mediterranean flavours. For a true taste of the island, be sure to try the pa amb oli, a traditional Majorcan snack of bread, ripe tomatoes, olive oil and salt; the sobrassada, a soft, spreadable sausage made from ground pork and spices; or the arroz brut, a flavoursome rice dish with meat, vegetables and local spices.  

    For something sweet, try the ensaimada, a sweet pastry and one of Majorca’s most famous treats. As a popular tourist destination, Majorca offers a range of international cuisines too, but explore the markets and local restaurants to truly get a taste of the authentic flavours of this beautiful Mediterranean island.  

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