Majorca

The largest of the Balearic islands, Majorca has been crowned Europe’s favourite holiday spot. It’s easy to see why – there is something for everyone in Majorca!

Alcudia

The north of the island is home to family-friendly resorts, such as Alcudia, while in the south you have party central Magaluf, boasting an overabundance of bars and clubs.

Guaranteed summer sun

Both the north and the south of the island have guaranteed sunshine throughout the summer, and temperatures exceed 30ºC. Perfect to enjoy the numerous golden beaches, sparkling waters and shielded bays.

Delicious dining options

You will also be spoilt for choice when you dine out too. Majorca everything from fresh fish to international cuisine.

Variety of attractions

Majorca offers an amazing variety of attractions for such a small geographical area. Whether its partying in Magaluf or walking the rolling countryside of Es Pla,  or perhaps enjoying a leisurely lunch in a cosmopolitan Palma. There’s something for everyone in fabulous Majorca.

Palma

The island’s capital Palma offers a wealth of historical sites and attractions. You might enjoy a leisurely walk round the old cathedrals and castles. Enjoy a glass bottom boat rides in Calas de Majorca, or relax in the peaceful botanical gardens of Soller, the choice is yours.

Eating out

Eating out is one of the great joys of a Majorcan holiday. Local cuisine includes the Balearic’s own variety of tapas and all manner of seafood. Palma has a great selection of restaurants serving a wide choice of cuisine, ranging from authentic local dishes to a whole host of international flavours. No trip to Majorca would be complete with a day on one of the fantastic beaches. From the long stretches of sandy coastline in the north, to the tiny, pine-clad coves in the east.

Weather

Majorca enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate of hot, dry summers and mild winters. The island is mountainous and this gives rise to varying climatic conditions according to location: the prevailing winds come from the northwest so southeast regions are generally warmer and drier.

Northwest regions and the mountains receive the highest levels of rain, though this is never particularly high. Coastal regions receive around 300 days of sunshine per year. Higher altitudes always experience cooler temperatures.

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