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Holidays to Majorca

Majorca holidays combine all the historic and cultural features that a city break has to offer, with the natural beauty and serenity of a beach holiday.

There are many adventures to embark on in Majorca, which is on the Balearic Islands, making this brilliant island the perfect holiday destination for families and couples. Capture the stunning scenery from the unique lighthouse at Cap de Formentor and experience the magnificent tall mountains that feature across this superb island. Or, take a walk and learn about the intricate architecture which features at the historic Arab Baths.

Pull up a seat at one of the many fantastic of Al Fresco restaurants and enjoy the heat of the sun, while you dine in style. Sip on an ice cold beer at one of the many beachfront bars dotted across the island, overlooking the charming views of the smooth waves hitting the beach.

LANGUAGE Spanish and Catalan
FLIGHT TIME Around 2.5 hrs
3 COURSE MEAL €25 - €30
  • Sun it up

    Sit back and relax in paradise, at one of the many majestic beaches in Majorca. Take shade under the thatched sun umbrellas provided at many of the beaches found here, to truly sunbathe in style. Or, rent a pedalo, where you can travel out and explore the vast beauty of the deep sea waters.

  • Splash around

    Majorca is a popular holiday destination for thrill-seekers, thanks to the six exciting water parks that are open for tourists to enjoy. Rush and race down the winding water slides at Hidropark Waterpark and when you’re looking to wind down, glide down the lazy river.

  • For a bite to eat…

    In between sunbathing at the beach and sipping ice cold drinks at the lively local bars, you’re going to need to stop off for a bite. Majorca offers its tourists the chance to tuck into tasty Tumbet dishes at beachfront cafes and enjoy fine seafood dishes by night, while overlooking the glittering harbour.


Majorca offers guests the opportunity to venture out of the hotel and explore, thanks to the diverse mix of activities available to get involved in. Learn all about the fascinating history behind pearl making at the Pearl Factory, put a hole in one at one of the many golfing adventure parks located here, or race down the thrilling slides at Hidropark Water Park in Alcudia.

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Majorca is home to one of the largest beaches in the whole of the Balearic Islands – the beautiful Bay of Alcudia. Dip your toes in the crystal clear waters here, or choose from one of the many other paradise beaches on this island and admire the exotic surroundings from the sandy coastline.

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Food and Drink

A holiday in Majorca wouldn’t be complete without trying the tasty, local cuisine. Explore and enjoy a wide selection of traditional tapas eateries. Or, choose from the countless seafood restaurants, which not only offer delightful dishes but stunning views of the beachfront and the harbour, too.

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As well as the countless golden beaches to sunbathe on, there is a vast amount of fascinating sights to see in Majorca, making this destination diverse and one the whole family can enjoy. Wander round the quaint streets and admire the roman architecture on a visit up to Alcudia Old Town, where you will find neat rows of shops and traditional, narrow alleyways.

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Top Destinations in Majorca


Famous for having Majorca’s longest beach, a historic town centre and some of the most delicious food in Majorca, Alcudia is a favourite family destination.


C’an Picafort

Set in the heart of Alcudia bay on the North east coast of Majorca, C’An Picafort is perhaps most famously known for its 12k of sandy beach which stretches all the way to Alcudia.


Cala Bona

Hidden away on Majorca’s east coast Is Cala Bona, a quiet harbour town with undeniable charm. Wander the quaint streets, relax on the beach, and dine on fresh seafood in the local restaurants.


Cala D’Or

With its many sheltered coves or ‘calas’, and array of golden sandy beaches, which gently shelve into the calm blue seas, Cala D’Or must be one of the east coast’s most beautiful areas.


Cala Millor

This modern purpose built resort offers restaurants that cater for every taste, wide sandy bays which are host to an excellent range of water sports and clear shallow waters, in fact, everything you need for fun in the sun.


Calas De Mallorca

Offering a scenic, Cala de Mallorca is a peaceful spot ideal for families or couples alike. It is set on stunning limestone headland boasting amazing sea views.


Camp De Mar

In Camp de Mar, relaxation is first on the agenda! This idyllic resort has a beautiful beach, tiny coves and even its own island complete with restaurant and bar. Grab a cocktail and hit the beach…



Illetas is the perfect choice for those who enjoy a touch of exclusivity with their holiday! Illetas boasts a sheltered cove for quiet sunbathing and lots of stylish restaurants.



Famous for its vibrant nightlife and award-winning beaches, Magaluf truly is the party capital of Majorca.



The capital of Majorca runs at a faster pace than most of the island’s resorts – if you love being in the middle of the action, Palma is the place to be!


Palma Nova

With three glorious beaches and beautiful shallow water, Palma Nova is the ideal resort for families on the coast of Majorca and there’s many activities to keep everyone entertained!


Playa de Muro

Playa de Muro is a quiet resort perfect for families, boasting a heavenly Blue Flag beach, stunning outdoor scenery and fun activities for both kids and adults!


Puerto Pollensa

This cosmopolitan resort with its true Spanish feel is the perfect location for families or couples on the look our for traditional charm and true relaxation.


Sa Coma

A purpose built tourist haven which hasn’t lost any of its natural, Spanish charm, Sa Coma is the perfect destination for families looking for some fun in the sun!


Santa Ponsa

Sitting on a beautiful bay of fine white sand offering safe shallow waters, Santa Ponsa is the perfect family friendly resort!


Location of Majorca