Holidays in Majorca are famously about the beaches, but there's more to the largest Balearic Island than sand and sea. Explore hillside villages and pine forests, or take a city break in cosmopolitan Palma. Enjoy nights out in lively Magaluf, or quiet harbour strolls in Puerto Pollensa. Of course, all those beaches are famous for a reason; from the rugged coves of Cala D'or to the broad sands of Alcudia, there are plenty of beautiful seaside spots to choose from. All of this is less than 2.5 hours away from most UK departure airports, no wonder holidays in Majorca are such a popular choice.
Majorca's Mediterranean coastline is perfect for diving, water sports and boat trips. On dry land, a visit to the pretty countryside is a must, as is a trip to the smart island capital, Palma. Other activities on Majorca include wine tasting, golf, horse riding and shopping. For a family day out, head to Marineland, Palma Aquarium or the dizzying slides of one of the island's many water parks. There's always plenty to do on holiday in Majorca!
Majorca's array of different resorts, mean that there's a type of evening entertainment to suit every visitor to the island. Revellers head to Magaluf and Palma Nova for nonstop nightlife, while other large resorts like Santa Ponsa have plenty of bars and clubs. Families can enjoy hotelbased childfriendly entertainment or head out into quieter resorts like Alcudia. In Palma, enjoy sophisticated portside cocktail bars and sophisticated nightclubs. Inland, evenings can be as simple as relaxing on a peaceful balcony. After dark, Majorca's got options for every pace of life.
Restaurants and cafs on Majorca cater for just about every taste. The local, Spanish cuisine includes delicious tapas, seafood and sangria. All inclusive hotels offer good valueformoney with food and drink thrown in. If you're eating out in the larger resorts, you'll be spoilt for choice with international restaurants serving up everything from Italian to Chinese and chainname restaurants delivering fast food.
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