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Overview

Majorca, the sun-kissed Balearic Island gem, is a firm favourite for those looking for a luxury holiday close to home. Whether you're a sunseeker, a watersports lover, or someone who enjoys fantastic culture and food, Majorca holidays have something for everyone. With a fantastic range of popular resorts to choose from, including Alcúdia, Cala d’Or and the island’s cultural capital Palma, you're sure to find the perfect place for you.

 

During your stay, you can relax on idyllic sandy beaches, explore the rugged mountains of Serra de Tramuntana or simply indulge in endless seafood or wine and take in the views.  Luxury hotels can be found dotted along the picturesque seaside, ensuring that there's a perfect place for everyone to stay on this beautiful island.

 

Book your luxury holiday to Majorca today and discover why it's not just one of the best destinations in the Balearics, but the whole of Europe.

 

Why go to Majorca?

Beach Lovers

For beach lovers, Majorca is an ideal destination. With over 200 beaches to choose from, ranging from secluded coves to long stretches of golden sand, all with the inviting turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea, visitors will be spoiled for choice.


History Buffs

Majorca is steeped in history, and there are plenty of ancient sites to explore on the island. Palma Cathedral, a stunning Gothic structure that dates back to the 13th century, is a must-see for history enthusiasts.


Foodies

Majorca's cuisine is a unique blend of Spanish and Mediterranean influences, making it a foodie's paradise. Visitors can enjoy fresh seafood, delicious meats, and local wines, including the island's famous Majorcan wine.


Families

Majorca holidays are perfect for families as the island offers a diverse range of activities that cater to all ages. With its calm beaches, water parks, and adventure activities, Majorca is sure to keep the whole family entertained.


When to go to Majorca

Majorca’s Mediterranean climate makes it a fantastic year-round holiday destination, with plenty of warm sunshine throughout the year. If you’re a sunseeker, the best time of year for a holiday to Majorca is during the summer months, from June to September. If you prefer slightly cooler weather, visit Majorca in autumn or spring. October is very pleasant, with daytime highs of 24°C and night-time lows of 14°C. You’ll find fewer tourists here at this time of year as well, ideal if you’d like to avoid the busiest times.

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Essential Information

Getting Around

Most of Majorca’s major tourist resorts have a regular bus service, and there is a train service that can take visitors further inland, plus the vintage train running between Palma and Soller daily. Cars are available to hire cheaply from the popular tourist resorts or the airport. Ferries go to the other islands, plus mainland Spain, while boats are also available to hire to beach hop in style.


Travelling by bus or car

Tourist areas generally have good bus services shuttling between them, but longer routes can be much less frequent. Some routes don’t operate on Sundays, during low season or late at night.


Cars can be hired from most resorts or the airport, and the main roads are good. Book in advance during the peak season to guarantee a car, and to keep the price you pay as low as possible. Driving is on the right hand side.


Passports and Visas

British citizens don’t need a visa to travel to Majorca, but you must have a valid passport. Keep track of the latest passport and visa information at For more information and advice, visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/entry-requirements or the Foreign Office at www.fco.gov.uk/en/


Health and Safety

Make sure you take out relevant travel and medical insurance before you travel. An EHIC (European Health Insurance Card) also entitles you to emergency treatment, if needed. For more info, see www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/health


Vaccinations

There are no vaccinations required to holiday in Majorca but do ensure routine immunisations are up to date..

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Places to go and things to do in Majorca

Top 5 things to do in Majorca
Top 5 things to do in Majorca

Chill out at a beach club - Stunning beachfront locations, fantastic dining, sumptuous cocktails and chilled-out beats, all from the comfort of your Bali bed.


Get your party on - There are a lot of outdoor concerts during the summer months, from popular chart acts to live jazz and classical artists.


Keep fit with a view - Cycling is a big deal in Majorca - from demanding climbs to moderate terrain, cyclists of all levels come here to enjoy the many scenic routes around the island.


Go sea caving - If you want an adventure, discover the fascinating underground world of ice cold lakes on a guided half day sea caving tour.


Hit the beach - You won’t have time to see all of Majorca’s beaches, so make sure you take the time to explore those in Mondrago Natural Park, which are among the best.

Best beaches in Majorca

Es Trenc - You’ll get a wonderful sense of remoteness amongst the sand dunes of this natural, rugged beach, and the Caribbean like water is stunning. 


Cala Mondrago - A pretty, unspoilt beach in the south-east of the island. Not much in the way of facilities, so pack everything you need for a day here.


Cala Torta - Another unspoilt gem in an out-of-the-way spot in the quieter north-east corner of the island. The water drops off steeply here, so children should be supervised.


Platja de Alcudia - This one ticks all the boxes for a family beach day. It's very well kept, rarely feels crowded, there are lots of facilities, and the shallow water is crystal clear.

Food and Drink in Majorca

Majorca is home to many fabulous restaurants - here is a small selection of top choices.


Dins - the restaurant of one of Majorca’s most famous chefs, at the stylish El Lorenc hotel, delivers exceptional Majorcan cuisine.


Restaurant Marc Fosh - This Michelin-star restaurant knows how to impress. Ingredients are sourced locally from the restaurant's very own farm and cooked to perfection.


Pizzeria Los Dos Hermanos - Authentic Neapolitan pizza made with love - described by many as the best pizza they’ve tasted outside of Italy.


Tamarell Restaurant - Spectacular 360 degree views at this beach-side restaurant in Puig de Ros, but the food is the real star here - Modern Majorcan cuisine at its finest.


Sightseeing in Majorca

Secluded mountain villages, white sandy beaches, imposing mountain ranges and underground lakes - see the best of Majorca!



Palma - The so-called “pearl of the Mediterranean” is one of the prettiest capital cities you are likely to see. Full of culture, history, incredible architecture and lots more.



Puerto Portals - The island’s top glamour spot, it’s the place to see and be seen.  and, during the summer, you’re sure to spot a few famous faces.



Formentor - Where the mountains meet the Mediterranean. The dramatic scenery here is truly spectacular, and an absolute must if you’re in the north of the island.



Porto Colom - This village is one of the most attractive on the east coast of Majorca. Centring around a large bay, it’s a charming town that hasn’t succumbed to mass tourism.

Majorca family holidays

Planning a family holiday in Majorca? Check out our top tips for keeping everyone happy.


Waterparks - Guaranteed fun for the whole family can be had at any of Majorca’s water parks. There’s one in Magaluf, Alcudia and El Arenal.


Palma Aquarium - Palma's excellent marine park features more than 700 different species, in more than 5 million litres of salt water. Impressive.


Go-karting - Karting Magaluf has karts suitable for even the youngest of wannabee F1 drivers. Well, so long as they are three years or over.


Be a cowboy for a day - Visit the Rancho Grande Park for BBQ suckling pig, horse rides on the beach and campfire dancing. 

Nightlife in Majorca

Want to let your hair down on holiday in Majorca? This island certainly isn't lacking as far as nightlife is concerned.


Paseo Marítimo, Palma - A popular hotspot for a night out on the island is the Paseo Maritimo area, in the capital city of Palma. Tito's is the place to be.


Magaluf - It is impossible not to mention Magaluf when talking about nightlife in Majorca. For an all-nighter, head to BCM Planet Dance, the largest nightclub on the whole island. 


Arenal - At the end of summer, Megapark hosts Oktoberfest celebrations where holidaymakers can enjoy typical German food, traditional dance and of course, oversized beers.


Porto Portals - If you’re looking for a more elegant brand of nightlife whilst on holiday in Majorca, the swanky marina at Porto Portals is for you.

Culture in Majorca

Check out our pick of the most romantic things to do whilst on holiday in Majorca.


Horse drawn carriage - A fantastic way of seeing all the top sights of the beautiful capital city, in truly romantic style.


Train to Soller - A train journey through mountains, pine forests and citrus groves. What could be more romantic? 


Lunch at a vineyard - Sample a few glasses of great local wine, accompanied by some tapas, in the most romantic of settings.


Walk along the beach at sunset - You’ve got plenty to choose from in Majorca. Although you’ll want to find a quieter spot, such as Calo d'es Moro in the south-east of the island.

Places to go and things to do in Majorca

Top 5 things to do in Majorca
Top 5 things to do in Majorca

Chill out at a beach club - Stunning beachfront locations, fantastic dining, sumptuous cocktails and chilled-out beats, all from the comfort of your Bali bed.


Get your party on - There are a lot of outdoor concerts during the summer months, from popular chart acts to live jazz and classical artists.


Keep fit with a view - Cycling is a big deal in Majorca - from demanding climbs to moderate terrain, cyclists of all levels come here to enjoy the many scenic routes around the island.


Go sea caving - If you want an adventure, discover the fascinating underground world of ice cold lakes on a guided half day sea caving tour.


Hit the beach - You won’t have time to see all of Majorca’s beaches, so make sure you take the time to explore those in Mondrago Natural Park, which are among the best.

Read More
Best beaches in Majorca
Best beaches in Majorca

Es Trenc - You’ll get a wonderful sense of remoteness amongst the sand dunes of this natural, rugged beach, and the Caribbean like water is stunning. 


Cala Mondrago - A pretty, unspoilt beach in the south-east of the island. Not much in the way of facilities, so pack everything you need for a day here.


Cala Torta - Another unspoilt gem in an out-of-the-way spot in the quieter north-east corner of the island. The water drops off steeply here, so children should be supervised.


Platja de Alcudia - This one ticks all the boxes for a family beach day. It's very well kept, rarely feels crowded, there are lots of facilities, and the shallow water is crystal clear.

Read More
Food and Drink in Majorca
Food and Drink in Majorca

Majorca is home to many fabulous restaurants - here is a small selection of top choices.


Dins - the restaurant of one of Majorca’s most famous chefs, at the stylish El Lorenc hotel, delivers exceptional Majorcan cuisine.


Restaurant Marc Fosh - This Michelin-star restaurant knows how to impress. Ingredients are sourced locally from the restaurant's very own farm and cooked to perfection.


Pizzeria Los Dos Hermanos - Authentic Neapolitan pizza made with love - described by many as the best pizza they’ve tasted outside of Italy.


Tamarell Restaurant - Spectacular 360 degree views at this beach-side restaurant in Puig de Ros, but the food is the real star here - Modern Majorcan cuisine at its finest.


Read More
Sightseeing in Majorca
Sightseeing in Majorca

Secluded mountain villages, white sandy beaches, imposing mountain ranges and underground lakes - see the best of Majorca!



Palma - The so-called “pearl of the Mediterranean” is one of the prettiest capital cities you are likely to see. Full of culture, history, incredible architecture and lots more.



Puerto Portals - The island’s top glamour spot, it’s the place to see and be seen.  and, during the summer, you’re sure to spot a few famous faces.



Formentor - Where the mountains meet the Mediterranean. The dramatic scenery here is truly spectacular, and an absolute must if you’re in the north of the island.



Porto Colom - This village is one of the most attractive on the east coast of Majorca. Centring around a large bay, it’s a charming town that hasn’t succumbed to mass tourism.

Read More
Majorca family holidays
Majorca family holidays

Planning a family holiday in Majorca? Check out our top tips for keeping everyone happy.


Waterparks - Guaranteed fun for the whole family can be had at any of Majorca’s water parks. There’s one in Magaluf, Alcudia and El Arenal.


Palma Aquarium - Palma's excellent marine park features more than 700 different species, in more than 5 million litres of salt water. Impressive.


Go-karting - Karting Magaluf has karts suitable for even the youngest of wannabee F1 drivers. Well, so long as they are three years or over.


Be a cowboy for a day - Visit the Rancho Grande Park for BBQ suckling pig, horse rides on the beach and campfire dancing. 

Read More
Nightlife in Majorca
Nightlife in Majorca

Want to let your hair down on holiday in Majorca? This island certainly isn't lacking as far as nightlife is concerned.


Paseo Marítimo, Palma - A popular hotspot for a night out on the island is the Paseo Maritimo area, in the capital city of Palma. Tito's is the place to be.


Magaluf - It is impossible not to mention Magaluf when talking about nightlife in Majorca. For an all-nighter, head to BCM Planet Dance, the largest nightclub on the whole island. 


Arenal - At the end of summer, Megapark hosts Oktoberfest celebrations where holidaymakers can enjoy typical German food, traditional dance and of course, oversized beers.


Porto Portals - If you’re looking for a more elegant brand of nightlife whilst on holiday in Majorca, the swanky marina at Porto Portals is for you.

Read More
Culture in Majorca
Culture in Majorca

Check out our pick of the most romantic things to do whilst on holiday in Majorca.


Horse drawn carriage - A fantastic way of seeing all the top sights of the beautiful capital city, in truly romantic style.


Train to Soller - A train journey through mountains, pine forests and citrus groves. What could be more romantic? 


Lunch at a vineyard - Sample a few glasses of great local wine, accompanied by some tapas, in the most romantic of settings.


Walk along the beach at sunset - You’ve got plenty to choose from in Majorca. Although you’ll want to find a quieter spot, such as Calo d'es Moro in the south-east of the island.

Read More

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