Top Hotels

Inturotel Sa Marina
Inturotel Sa Marina

Cala d'Or, Majorca

from £753pp
Hotel Riomar
Hotel Riomar

Santa Eulalia, Ibiza

from £567pp
TUI Magic Life Cala Pada
TUI Magic Life Cala Pada


from £751pp
Sensimar Ibiza Beach Resort
Sensimar Ibiza Beach Resort

Portinatx, Ibiza

from £613pp
Protur Playa Cala Millor
Protur Playa Cala Millor

Cala Millor, Majorca

from £625pp
BAHIA AZUL Apartments
BAHIA AZUL Apartments

Cala Bona, Majorca

from £414pp

Planning to jet away from Southampton Airport (SOU) for your perfect holiday? Here on you can browse a wide range of resorts and hotels in the Balearic Islands, perfect for a family beach holiday or a summer break with your friends.

Why holiday from Southampton Airport?

Southampton Airport may not offer the range of some of the larger airports, but if you’re looking for a Spanish island getaway, escape the crowded check in desks and huge terminals by choosing to depart from Southampton. Just a short drive from Southampton city centre, the airport is easily accessible by car or public transport.

Visit the Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands are a small group of islands off Spain’s east coast that include Majorca (spelt Mallorca in Spanish), Menorca and Ibiza. The islands are a Spanish region, so expect everything you love about Spanish culture coupled with the perks of holidaying on an island – namely the gorgeous beaches and the ease of travelling from place to place. Everywhere is within reach, so make sure you take advantage of everything your chosen island has to offer. There’s a surprising amount to see and do on each of these islands, and with the sheer number of hotels on offer, any type of holiday can be catered for. For those who want to party the nights away or relax in the peace and quiet, there are adult only hotels to cater for your needs, and for those with families, there are plenty of resorts that offer children’s entertainment and are located a little further from the local nightlife.

Holidays from Southampton Airport to Majorca

One of the most popular Mediterranean destinations, Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and sits between Ibiza and Menorca. The beaches here are to die for – lie back on the soft white sand and listen to the beautiful turquoise waves lapping at the shore. The weather in Majorca is close to idyllic – low to mid twenties during the summer and warm in the spring and autumn, meaning that if you want a quieter off-peak holiday you’ll still have the perfect weather to walk along the beach or explore the towns.

Like all the Balearic Islands, there’s so much more to Majorca than the beaches. Visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria in Palma, which boasts classic Gothic architecture and dates back to the early 17th century. On the other side of the island is the town of Alcúdia, and the Old Town here is really worth a visit. Wander the historic streets and uncover the hidden gems of backstreet shops and cafes run by friendly locals. For the best views of the island, head up to Cap Formentor for spectacular rugged landscapes and miles of blue sea stretching into the distance.

For a wider range of destinations, you can fly from the nearby Bournemouth Airport for holidays in Spain, Portugal, Malta or the Greek Islands, among other popular holiday choices.