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One of Spain's most popular Balearic Islands, sunny Majorca is known for its mild climate, white sandy beaches and clear waters. Holidays in Majorca deliver stylish resorts, sheltered coves, sandy beaches, party towns and majestic sea views. For those who like to dance till dawn, life is a party with the lively bars and nightclubs in the resorts of Palma Nova and Magaluf, but the island also boasts quieter, family-friendly resorts plus with dazzling beaches and bays. Cruise along the coastline on a dolphin spotting boat, ride through the Tramuntana mountains on horse back, shop till you drop in Palma and enjoy watersports all around the island on your Majorca holidays.

Best beaches in Majorca

There are loads of fantastic beaches on the island where you can enjoy swimming and snorkelling in clear waters. Head to the gorgeous resort of Cala d'Or, where you have your pick of five beaches along the coastline. Check out the pebble beach Cala Deia, where you can go swimming in the rock pools. If you're looking for a lively scene, top up the tan at Magaluf's spectacular Cala Falco Beach. For a secluded beach, hit Alcanada Beach (near Alcudia) and the unspoilt sands of Cal Boquer in northern Majorca.

Weekend in Palma

Glamorous Palma, Majorca's capital city, is the perfect weekend destination, with loads of lively cafés and tapas bars to let your hair down. Soak up the sun on white sand beaches nearby and if you're in the mood to party, head to Magaluf and Palma Nova just around the bay. Shop for souvenirs in Artà, find designer outfits around Plaça Chopin or head to Manacor to pick up pearls, then explore the craft market in Sóller on Saturdays and hit the wine market in Binissalem on Fridays.

Majorca's diverse resorts

If you're looking for a chilled out holiday, head to the town of Alcudia, where you can dig into amazing seafood platters and enjoy watersports on Sporty Beach and Playa Deportivo. The lively resort of Cala Millor is also great for watersports enthusiasts. For sunny Blue Flag beaches with secluded coves, Palma de Mallorca and Cala D'Or top the charts. Perfect your tan in Puerto Pollensa and enjoy the pretty town's lively discos and bars when the sun goes down.

Nights out in Majorca

If you planning to dance all night, the capital city of Palma has the best clubs, including Pascha, which is carved into a cliff and overlooks the port, or Tito's for the best visiting DJs. At Nikki Beach in Magaluf, the party never stops and to vary the tempo, you can hop across to El Arenal, Palma Nova or the discos of Puerto Pollensa. Missing the pool? Resorts in Magaluf host numerous pool and foam parties. For lively nights that are a little less raucous, enjoy the waterfront bars and restaurants in Palma Nova.

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Pretty Palma

Despite its beach appeal, Majorca is a holiday that offers historic charm too, especially in the capital Palma, which dates back to the Bronze Age. The pretty, shady streets offer a break from the scorching sun, while providing you with enchanting sights to capture, including the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, the 10th century Banys Arabs (Arab Baths) and the impressive, gothic Bellver Castle.

Explore the Parks

 

Explore the Parks

Lose yourself in the beauty of nature with a trip to one of the island’s natural parks. Head for the dizzy heights of the cliffs of Formentor, or the S’Albufera marshlands if your passion is spotting birds and wildlife, or explore the remote Cala Mondrago Natural Park in the south of the island, home to lizards, eagles and spectacular scenery. Cool down on its beautiful, unspoilt beach or explore the sand dunes.

 
Hike and Bike the Hills

 

Hike and Bike the Hills

The majestic hills and mountains of Majorca are begging to be explored, with plenty of trails to choose from. Don a pair of comfy boots and head for the craggy terrain, take a relaxing walk or enjoy a leisurely bike ride along the coastal trails which introduce you to the beauty that lies beyond the tourist hotspots on your Majorcan getaway.

 
Get Wet & Wild

 

Get Wet & Wild

A holiday in Majorca is geared up to appeal to the watersport enthusiast in all of us, and the warm waters of the Mediterranean are an adventure playground for anyone wishing to appease their inner adrenaline addict. From banana boats, jet skis and speedboats, to parasails and pedalos, the Majorcan coastline is full of wet and wild adventure.

 
Visit Vibrant Palma

 

Visit Vibrant Palma

Plan a trip into Majorca’s capital for a burst of art, museums, shopping and vintage train rides! Palma has plenty to see and do. Linger on cobbled streets lined with boutiques, visit tapas bars for a long lunch or open-air music concerts during the summer months. Why not also work your way through the wineries in the nearby village of Binissalem? You can even fit in some golf. Explore the imposing Gothic cathedral La Seu or poet Robert Graves’ house in nearby Deià.

 
See Music Legends

 

See Music Legends

Music is one of the highlights of any holiday in Majorca, particularly in the summer, when you can sing along to outdoor concerts and enjoy the famous Jazz Voyeur Festival, which brings together music legends from across the world. To hear some fine jazz, pop into the Blue Jazz Club at the elegant Hotel Saratoga, which also offers sweeping views of Palma bay from its rooftop pool. Join the party!

 
Hop on the Wine Express

 

Hop on the Wine Express

Love to wine and dine? Take a gourmet wine tour at one of the 70+ bodegas or wineries in Majorca, or climb aboard the Wine Express for a fun train ride into lush Binissalem where you can explore 13th century vineyards, wander the cavernous cellars and sample spectacular wines. Break for lunch at the 16th century Majorcan palace restaurant, the El Convent del Marques in Santa Maria del Cami.

 
Day Trip Ideas

 

 

Day Trip Ideas

Soak up the scenic landscape enroute to Port de Soller on the west coast from Palma, on a vintage train made of brass and mahogany. The bustling port of Soller is one of Majorca’s most charming harbours and is surrounded by the dramatic Tramuntana mountains. Stop for a swim at the sweeping golden beach or hop on the classic tram to the inland town of Soller. Shop for pearls at Manacor, or visit Inca for its leather goods at factory prices!

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