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"Go to Majorca for mountains, monasteries, sand and sea – Majorca is the jewel in the crown of the Balearic Islands"

Mountains, monasteries, sand and sea – Majorca is the jewel in the crown of the Balearic Islands, beckoning you to make it your next romantic port of call. Outdoor adventurers will revel in the endless winding trails through rising forests and soaring waves, and the aspiring culture connoisseur will be thrilled with the myriad of historical delights and the vibrant, festive atmosphere which makes Majorca holidays so distinct and memorable to travellers worldwide.

Majorca holidays

Majorca is famed for its majestic landscape and rich history, so grab a map and cycle to ancient Pollentia to explore the Roman ruins or take a seat on an old-fashioned steam train and escape to wine country. After a day of exploration, return to the energetic capital of Palma for a feast of delicious cuisine and to indulge in the vibrant nightlife. Whether you are lounging yours days away on a sun-soaked shore or joining the crowds for the next great street parade, can make holidays in Majorca a dream come true.

Take a look at our excellent selection of deals on Majorca holidays below and continue reading to learn more about this spectacular paradise island!

Where is Majorca?

Cheap Holidays in Majorca

Majorca holidays guarantee sunshine, smiles and a break to remember. Beautiful Balearic scenery, golden beaches, exciting nightlife and a rich history all add to the island’s universal appeal.

Holidays to Majorca have been a popular choice for more than 50 years, with families, couples and groups all finding there’s plenty to enjoy, including a dramatic coastline and hundreds of vineyards and olive groves. The Spanish weather guarantees hot summers and mild winters, so expect sun and plenty of beach trips whenever you visit. The island is just a 2 hour and 45 minute flight away so you could be on the beach in no time.

A Slice of Paradise

From luxurious, beachfront hotels to self-catering apartments in its thriving capital, Palma, Majorca most certainly has the hotel for you. No matter if you're looking for a place to rest your head after an unforgettable night in Magaluf, or you want to relax with plenty of amenities on hand in the likes of Cabo Blanco, Majorca has got you covered. An array of accommodation is available, whether you’re looking for a honeymoon suite to overlook the ocean, or a family-friendly apartment in a fishing village. Situated close to our fantastic all inclusive hotels are a number of bars and restaurants to suit your convenience.

Top Attractions in Majorca

You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to do in Majorca. For a breath of history and some astounding natural beauty, the Cuevas del Drach is a must-see on your Majorca holidays. Situated in Porto Cristo, the caves are full of spectacular formations, while its underground lake – Lake Martel – is one of the largest in the world. The Monastery de Lluc, a stunning sanctuary that dates back to the 13th century, is also a must see for those in search of history and culture.

Alcudia is the perfect choice for families. This seaside town boasts an impressive 8km beach where the kids will love playing on the sand. In the evening, there are bars and restaurants to suit every taste. Why not brush up your singing in the karaoke bars or win great prizes by entering a pub quiz?

Magaluf and Palma Nova let you embrace the vibrant clubbing scene, and dance until the early hours on the party strip with world class DJ providing the soundtrack. When you’re not busy dancing, why not take part in various water activities such as jet skiing and banana boat rides. A visit to the Aqualand Water Park is also on many holidaymakers’ agendas.

If you’re disposed to more tranquil environments, S’illot is the ideal resort. The small fishing village adopts a laid-back principle and soothing pace of life. If you’re inclined to explore the natural surroundings, the Punta de n’Amer nature reserve will suit your taste. The ancient watchtower at the end of the hike showcases Majorca’s historical weaponry, coupled with amazing views of the island.

For the best of both worlds, Cala D’Or has your name written in its soft sands. Located on the island’s south-east coast, this once fishing village is now a bustling resort that boasts serenity, luxury and entertainment options that ooze Spanish charm.