Its popularity never wanes and it’s easy to see why.
Depending on which resort you choose, you’ll find everything you need for that well earned holiday you’ve been promising yourself.
Majorca is the sort of place that once you visit, you’ll be tempted to go back year after year.
Our top resorts in Majorca
A delightful resort on the island’s east coast with a family friendly, traffic free promenade. The pretty beach sweeps along the crescent bay. Sa Coma is ideally geared up for relaxed holidays with plenty on offer for young families.
Camp de Mar
Camp de Mar is a much quieter option than some of the island’s neighbouring resorts. Impressive villas can be seen dotted around the area and the resort attracts a fair share of celebrity visitors. A tranquil base for those seeking a more peaceful holiday.
A pleasant town with a very glamorous marina and just 10km west of Palma. This resort is an upmarket corner of the island and boasts high-end tennis clubs and the famous Bendinat Gold Course.
Alcúdia’s long, sandy shoreline is popular with water sports enthusiasts, whereas Alcúdia Old Town, a mere 20-minute walk from port and beach offers picture postcard streets, narrow alleyways and small squares filled with quaint churches. There’s also a great choice of bars and cafes to stop off and just soak up the atmosphere.
Holidaymakers of all ages will love Cala Do’r. It’s a relaxing, picturesque holiday resort on the east coast, with pretty, sandy beaches and a glittering marina.
Cala San Vicente
An unspoilt fishing village and beach resort on the northern tip of the island. Don’t expect throbbing nightlife in this gorgeous little place. Peace and tranquility are the order of the day here along with some some rugged and dramatic scenery.
Palma de Majorca is stylish, sophisticated and just bursting with life and the atmosphere is brimming with a really cosmopolitan vibe. Here you can indulge in some retail therapy in Palma’s designer boutiques. Located on the southern shores of the island, Majorca’s capital city looks out over the sparkling blue seas of the Mediterranean.
Attractions and things to do
Explore Palma Cathedral
A trip to Palma wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the capital’s Gothic cathedral. Santa Maria Cathedral is a majestic place of worship that keeps watch over the bay of Palma. Better known as Le Seu, Santa Maria cathedral is the proud symbol of the city and it’s an unmissable sight
People Watching in Puerto Portals
Why not spend an afternoon celebrity spotting and watching the beautiful people at play in their luxury yachts and flash cars. Perhaps you can treat yourself (or just window shop!) in one of the many elegant designer boutiques.
Family Fun at Marineland
This fabulous marine zoo combines fun and education for the kids. The Dolphin shows are the park’s top attraction, along with sea lion and parrot shows.
Get Wet And Wild
Cool off in Aqualand El Arenal -Majorca’s biggest water park. The fun-packed water park has a great selection of slides perfect for all the family.
Music Festivals And Concerts
There are many open-air live music events during the summer months as well as many different international festivals of classical music, jazz, pop and rock. Try to catch one of these events in such a beautiful setting.
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