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Majorca Holidays

Holidays to Majorca are simply sublime. The island is five times the size of Ibiza, and its beaches are a paradise for sun seekers, ranging from pebbly beaches to crystal clear coves. Against the pristine white beaches, there’s the backdrop of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range; soaring to nearly 5,000 feet, running the length of the northwest coast and southeast shores. Majorca offers the perfect combination of family friendly resorts, quiet and relaxing towns as well as something a little more lively.

Top resorts in Majorca:

Palma Nova

  • Brilliant beaches, including Playa Palma Nova
  • Plenty of activities
  • Great range of clubs and bars

Puerto Pollensa

  • Wonderful scenery and beautiful beaches
  • Laid-back and friendly
  • Great for families
  • Beautiful bays

Magaluf

  • Fashionable shops and fantastic sights
  • Busy and bright nightlife
  • Great waterparks

Cala d’Or

  • Five beautiful small coves
  • Picturesque
  • Great range of water sports
  • Quiet and peaceful

Alcudia

  • Perfect for families
  • Friendly atmosphere
  • Plenty of activities

Palma

  • Vibrant & stylish
  • Luxury hotels and trendy restaurants
  • Expansive, pretty harbour

Other top holiday resorts in Majorca: Santa Ponsa, Playa de Muro, Calas de Mallorca, Paguera, Playa de Palma, Ca'n Picafort, S'Illot, Cala d'Or Area, Pollensa Area, El Arenal, Cala Bona

Where to stay in Majorca

For the best beaches, you will be mesmerised by the eight kilometres of sand at Alcudia, and the popular Club Mac Alcudia Hotel is great for families. The powdery coves of Cala d’Or are a touch of serenity on the island, and for a magnificent bay, Puerto Pollensa is for you.

Where are the best beaches in Majorca?

Some of the best stretches of sand include:

  • Playa de Muro near Alcudia which has a wide shallow area that makes it great for young children.
  • Sheltered beaches such as Platja de Cala Agulla are also great as they feel like a secret due to its woodland surroundings. 

What activities are there in Majorca?

Majorca is full of things to see and do. Here’s a few highlight’s that shouldn’t be missed on your holiday list:

  • Visit the Cave of the Dragon, an impressive limestone cave on the edge of the largest subterranean lake in the world.
  • There’s also a wine region North East of Palma with plenty of vineyards offering tours and wine tasting, and some great sights.
  • Palma itself has been described as a mini Barcelona with a cathedral, boutique shopping, great nightlife and an unmissable fish market.
  • Discover the popular town of Alcudia with its pedestrianized old town, the fishing village of Cala Bona and Colna de Sant Jordi, famous for salt and white beaches.

Hiking in Majorca

Majorca’s landscape is perfect for exploring. Rugged hills, raw coastline, sleepy villages, shrines, castles and beautiful nature are just some of the things to discover.

  • There are plenty of trails on offer around the island. Hiking routes and popular treks include the picturesque Soller Valley, through the lemon and orange groves, to the great heights of the Coll des Prat, as well as a number of coastal routes.

Water Attractions

There’s more to the island than a sandy shoreline. The island offers lots of water sports from diving and sailing to windsurfing and pedalos in the key resorts, but not only that there are other water attractions across the island available.

  • You can always experience the best of both worlds on a boat trip, some of which stop for a spot of snorkelling.
  • Aside from the sea, one of the top things to visit are the water parks. Feel the need for speed at Aqua Land, a fun place with expansive gardens where you can relax in between the slides and Hidropark which also has mini golf on site.
  • The Wild West themed Western Waterpark in Magaluf has lots of themed slides and attractions for buccaneers of all ages.

Golf in Majorca

Majorca has more golf courses than you can shake a club at, and with an average 300 days of sunshine each year no golf enthusiast will want to miss the chance for a hole in one.

  • Notable greens include the Alcanada Golf Club, Vall d’Or Golf and the Golf Fantasia de Palmanova.

Shopping in Majorca

  • Palma is the main place to shop ‘til you drop. It has all kinds of stores selling everything you’d expect from a capital city and they are within walking distance of each other.
  • Each of the resorts have their share of knick-knacks and supermarkets for those essentials, and there are out of town shopping centres such as the Centro Comercial Porto Pi (near Palma).
  • Visiting local markets is also a must. You’ll find weekly markets every morning somewhere on the island. Inca is the largest, Sineau is the most traditional and Pollenca showcases local arts and crafts.

Still need more choice? There are plenty of other resorts to choose from: Cala Bona, Ca'n Pastilla, Illetas, Sa Coma, Porto Colom, Portals Nous, Cala Ratjada, Son Caliu, Porto Cristo, Cala Mesquida, Camp de Mar, Calas de Mallorca Area, Cala Mayor, Cala Anguila, Cala Barca, Llucmajor, Cala Millor, Son Servera, S'Horta, Colonia Sant Jordi, Soller, Son Vida.

Alternatively, check out our Majorca flights to Palma and selection of great hotels