Majorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands offers a holiday to suit all tastes. Whether you’re after a lazy beach holiday or vibrant nightlife, you’ll find your perfect holiday.
For those who like to laze in the sun and cool down in the sea, Majorca offers fantastic sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Alcudia Beach to the north of the island keeps holidaymakers returning year after year due to its fine white sand and shallow sea. Why not spend some time out on the water and see more of Majorca’s beautiful coastline on a boat trip? Or get the adrenaline pumping by choosing from the many watersports on offer?
CalaBarca Beach lies on the edge of Mondrago Park in the south east of the island. If you’re into snorkelling or diving, then this sheltered bay should be on your list of places to visit. It’s also one of the prettiest beaches in the area and the perfect place to top up your tan.
For those travellers looking for a more upbeat holiday, then there are plenty of resorts to choose from. Head to the capital, Palma,where crowds of partygoers meet to dance until sunrise. Palma also boasts a great selection of restaurants, perfect for starting off your evening of dancing! Magaluf is known for its lively nightlife, but also offers great activities both on and off the water during the day. Everything from waterparks to go-karting, falconry displays and farms can be found here, making it a popular destination for a fast paced, action-packed holiday.
A holiday to Majorca can also offer you the chance to take in its amazing architecture. Many of Majorca’s castles and ruins as well as manor houses are open to the public, some of which are breathtaking. Palma’s Cathedral, La Seu, built on an original site of a Mosque offers an insight into Majorca’s history and is well worth a visit. Oh and don’t forget your camera!