Majorca holidays 2020
Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, situated in the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of mainland Spain. The island experiences great weather all year round with the summer months reaching highs of 31°C.
What type of holiday does Majorca offer?
Majorca is a popular all-around holiday destination thanks to its variety of attractions. Offering secluded beaches, lively nightlife, luxurious beach resorts and historical Moorish remains, this island has it all.
Top Resorts in Majorca
Many hotels in Majorca provide family-friendly coastlines and resorts. Making it a great destination to take the kids. There are plenty of resorts in Majorca to choose from whether you're looking for an all inclusive getaway or a self catering villa.
- Palma Nova
- Santa Ponsa
- Cala d'Or
- El Arenal
- Puerto Pollensa
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Majorca is great for:
- All inclusive holidays - Pick from popular resorts like Cala Bona or Magaluf, where you can find some great package holidays.
- Family holidays - Most of this island was built for families on holiday, with go karting, zoos and pristine beaches abound. If you fancy a last minute hiking trip, the Tramuntana mountains are a must see.
- Short breaks - Some top tips include the Bellevue Club or the Catalonia del Mar, which offer great value for money, particularly if you are looking for a cheap beach holiday.
Why book Majorca holidays
Discover the best beaches
Home to some of the most desirable beaches in the Med
Enjoy family-friendly beaches, waterparks & the Palma Aquarium
Perfect for watersports
Windsurfing, kayaking, jetski, snorkelling - you name it!
Cultural hotspot not to miss
Palma's Catedral de Mallorca is the main architectural landmark
Try the local wine
Don't miss out on the delicious Mallorcan wine
Lush natural wonders
Take a guided tour of the stunning Drach Caves
Top resorts in Majorca
Magaluf's fantastic nightlife and gorgeous beach have long made it a holiday hotspot on the beautiful Balearic island of Majorca, …From £140 per person
Alcudia holidays on the stunning island of Majorca guarantee amazing beaches, wonderful coastal scenery and a lively family-friendly destination that …From £146 per person
Cala d'Or in Majorca, Balearic Islands …From £146 per person
Located on the stunning Spanish island of Majorca, Palma Nova is the perfect mix of relaxation and activities, combined with …From £153 per person
Looking for something a little different from a Tenerife holiday in 2020? Santa Ponsa is in the resort area of …From £142 per person
Cales de Majorca
For a fuss-free sun, sea and sand holiday with all the amenities you’re looking for within easy reach, take a …From £243 per person
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Things to do in Majorca
Majorca simply has something for everyone! Whether you’re thinking about a family holiday, couples retreat, group getaway or a solo trip, Majorca will please all holidaymakers. Why not check out these fun free things to do in Majorca?
Things to do in Sa Coma:
- Mini Golf Paradis – Great for some family fun, this active day out takes place on a well-maintained 18-hole course.
- Safari Zoo – Another fun family activity, featuring both smaller animals and safari animals like rhinos, tigers and lions. Here you can opt to drive your own car through the zoo on a designated course.
- Punta de n’Amer – Visit this medieval watchtower for a historical touch on your holiday.
Things to do in Alcudia:
- Hidropark – A water park perfect for the whole family, featuring water slides, a play area and a wave pool.
- Sant Juame – This Gothic church not only has historical significance but inside there is artwork and artefacts to investigate too.
- Porta del Moll – It is through this enormous gate which most visitors enter the town.
Things to do in El Arenal:
- Aqualand El Arenal – Full of rides and attractions like the rapids, slides, a wave pool and Dragonland for the little ones.
- Palma Aquarium – As El Arenal is close to the capital of Palma so a visit here is quick and easy. Explore the aquatic animals and plants as you wander about.
Majorca history and culture
For history, try the medieval Alcudia Old Town. Visit a weekend market, explore the narrow streets and hop from cafe to cafe, soaking up the lovely atmosphere. In Pollenca, visit the Puig de Pollenca: a short hike up the hill to the medieval chapel and watchtower is a perfect plan for sunset. The large 14th century Bellver Castle overlooking Palma now houses a museum showcasing the history of the island. For art lovers, try the Museu d'Art Espanyol Contemporani, located in Palma.
For your dose of culture, cycle around Palma – Local authorities in Majorca have announced a bicycle scheme for sightseers to enjoy in the capital. Similar to London’s bike scheme, holidaymakers can cycle and enjoy all of Palma’s fantastic sites using the rented bikes! With bike rental stops situated all over the capital, visitors can pick up and drop off the useful bicycles at their convenience. Five-day passes can be purchased.
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Your Majorca questions answered
Generally, the north-east of Majorca is home to the island’s quieter resorts. Puerto Pollensa and Alcudia are both situated in this part of the island and are a lovely, quieter alternative to Majorca’s hotspots. Cala d’Or is also another great option!
Top Majorca holiday destinations
Check out some of our top resorts in Majorca:
- C'an Pastilla
- Ca'n Picafort
- Cala Blava
- Cala Bona
- Cala d'Or
- Cala Mayor
- Cala Mesquida
- Cala Millor
- Cala Mondrago
- Cala Ratjada
- Cala Vinas
- Cales de Majorca
- Camp de Mar
- Colonia Sant Jordi
- Costa de los Pinos
- El Arenal
- Palma Nova
- Playa de Palma
- Port Andratx
- Portals Nous
- Porto Colom
- Porto Cristo
- Porto Petro
- Puerto de Alcudia
- Puerto de Soller
- Puerto Pollensa
- Puig de Ross
- Sa Coma
- Santa Ponsa
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