Holidays to Majorca will satisfy sun-lovers, beach-goers, party animals, and culture vultures – in short, there’s something for everyone. Across Majorca, the largest island in the Balearics, you’ll discover a warm climate and glorious scenery, historic architecture and tempting places to eat, and soothing days leading into vibrant nights.
Whether you are travelling with your family, your partner, or simply solo, Majorca is the perfect sun-kissed holiday destination. The beaches are some of the whitest and most picturesque in Europe, and the tapas restaurants and waterside bars provide delicious Mediterranean cuisine. You’ll also find dripping-wet fun in the water parks and food for the soul in the museums, galleries, quaint towns, secret coves, and majestic mountain scenery.
Families – Lots of family-friendly things to do, from the beach to Katmandu Park
Nature enthusiasts – Majorca’s scenery has to be seen to be believed
Groups – The bars and clubs are fantastic and have a real party vibe, and there’s always the beach to relax on during the day after a long night out
15° (January) - 31° (August)
One look at Alcudia’s stunning 7-mile stretch of white-sand beach show why it achieved its Blue Flag status. Visitors flock to Alcudia’s coastline to both relax on the beach and take part in the water sports, before an evening spent in one of the resorts many chilled restaurants, bars, or nightclubs.
Magaluf is known for its wild nightlife, but there is far more to this beautiful resort than intense nightclubs and partying. The white sandy beach is at least as popular as the lively Magaluf strip, and you’ll also find waterparks and water sports to cool down in during the bright, warm weather of the Spanish summer.
Palma Nova has grown from a small, purpose-built visitor’s spot into an exciting commercial centre that is almost like a less exuberant sibling to Magaluf. This purpose-built holiday resort has developed over time, but you’ll still fall for its charming traditional villages and fine scenery that are untouched by modern times.
Cala Millor’s beautiful seafront promenade runs the stretch of the resort’s beach, all the way to Sa Coma. The resort’s huge range of shops, bars, and cafes runs parallel to the seafront, offering visitors everything from boutiques to tapas bars, which are less common across much of Majorca.
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