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Holidays in Majorca

Travel Information

Language: Spanish (English widely spoken)

Currency: Euros

Local time: GMT/BST +1 hour

Nearest Airport


Holidays in Majorca

Relax and Unwind in Majorca

Majorca is popular all year round, thanks to its beautiful beaches and Mediterranean climate. With excellent sunbathing spots and a buzzing nightlife drawing visitors to the island, there’s also historical Palma and several waterparks to enjoy, which make holidays to Majorca a great choice for the entire family. If you're looking for a fun summer holiday destination this year or you'd like a great value Majorca holiday then here's all you need to know.  

  • Who Goes There: People often return to Majorca year after year because it's got something for all ages. Children love the waterparks and calm sea, young people can enjoy the clubbing scene, and older travellers can unwind on the beach or explore the scenic villages.
  • Celebrities Who Love Majorca: Robert Graves, Rafael Nadal, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas.  
  • When to Go: If you're into sports then you'll love the cycling and tennis scene which is massive in the autumn and spring. Mid-summer is great for beach breaks, whilst hikers prefer the mild winters.  
  • Best Attractions: The Tramuntana Mountains are a natural asset, but there's also top shopping and culture in Palma City and Europe's biggest nightclub, BCM, in Magaluf. 

Exploring Majorca

You’ll be spoilt for choice with the island’s beaches, 42 of which have Blue Flag status, making them the ideal cheap day out for families or groups. Whether you want to hire a pedalo, eat on the seafront or top up your tan, it’s a great way to start your holiday.    

Majorca is also a great destination for nature lovers  head to the Mondrago Natural Park for crystal waters, lush landscapes and white beaches, or S’Albufera Natural Park for wetlands, reeds and rugged countryside that birdwatchers will love. If golf is more your thing then don’t leave until you’ve scored a hole in one at Poniente’s 18-hole course.    

Meanwhile the ancient limestone Caves of Drach will make an unusual day out –you’ll be able to take home some memorable photos. To really see the best of the island, a trip on the Soller Railway takes you through the Tramuntana Mountains from Palma and it’s unsurprisingly a tourist favourite.    

The capital of Majorca, Palma, is well worth a visit. It has a wealth of old architecture, including the medieval Bellver Castle and La Seu Cathedral. The Arab baths, which date back to the 10th century, are an example of Palma’s rich history. For more modern attractions many visitors recommend Marineland, where you can interact with dolphins, watch sealife shows, and visit the aquarium and tropical house. And if you’re up for a boat ride, explore the Nemo Submarine at the Isla del Sech. You’ll never run out of things to do on your holiday to Majorca.    

Which Destination in Majorca is Right for Me?  

  • Families will be right at home in resorts such as Alcudia, Cala Bona and Cala d'Or. Don't miss the Pirates Adventure Show for a great evening out.
  • Young people can let their hair down with cheap holidays to Palma Nova, Magaluf and Santa Ponsa, or head to Palma City for a classy range of clubs.
  • Couples can enjoy the romance of luxurious resorts such as Deia, Palma City and Soller.  
  • Sports fans should look out for deals in Son Servera, Paguera and Alcudia, all of which have great facilities and activities.  
  • Chilled out holidaymakers can truly relax in Cala Vinas, Sa Coma and Puerto de Andraitx for a quiet break.

Eating and Entertainment in Majorca

There is plenty of choice for eating when on holiday to Majorca, with restaurants catering to all tastes and budgets. Alcudia’s marina has a wide range of food from around the world. For something a bit different, the island’s dinner and theme shows are a unique way to eat - the Pirates Adventure is not to be missed. Majorca’s bars will guarantee a good night, but it is clubbing that brings people back to the island year after year. Palma and Magaluf have especially good nightlife and the DJs keep clubbers dancing until the early hours. Read more about Magaluf holidays here.    

If you’re looking for a break with plenty to see and do, as well as a beautiful climate to soak up the sun, then a holiday to Majorca is perfect. Choosing the length of holiday you want, using flexible booking options, means you can enjoy Majorca for as long as you wish.

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Things to do in Majorca

The biggest of the Balearic islands of the coast of Spain, Majorca has a diverse and beautiful landscape, from rocky coves and sandy beaches to mountain ranges. easyJet holidays introduces you to the ideal destination for sunbathers, adrenaline junkies, clubbers and food lovers.

Places to see in Majorca    

  • Serra de Tramuntana is the mountain range lining the northwest coast, which has been popular since the 19th century. Thrill-seekers can hire a mountain bike or go canyoning.
  • Take the time to visit the Drach and Arta Caves for Majorca’s spectacular display of stalagmites and stalagtites.  
  • The stunning Illa de Cabrera has some wonderful untouched beaches to soak up the sun in peace.    

History and culture in Majorca    

  • The Gothic cathedral and Basilica de Sant Francesc are must-sees in Palma, along with the 14th century castle. La Llotja, the cultural centre, hosts regular exhibitions.  
  • See the charming old towns and villages of Majorca along the northwest coast. Pollensa is home to the wonderful courtyarded Oratori (Chapel) and the Pilgrim steps of El Calvari.  
  • If you feel inspired in Majorca, you’re not alone. The artist Joan Miró and the composer Chopin both loved the island, and you can follow in their footsteps by enjoying some local art and music.    

Eating out in Majorca

  • In Deia on the northwest coast, you are spoilt for choice along Sa Font Fresca. Along this main street you can find reasonably priced restaurants serving traditional tapas and bocadillos.  
  • The east coast of the island is geared up for holidaymakers, offering a great range of restaurants for all tastes and ages in resorts such as Magaluf and Paguera.  
  • Head out of town and off the beaten track to discover traditional tavernas serving up oven-cooked lamb and other meats.  
  • Palma’s Olivar market is where you can take your pick of fresh produce or enjoy some tapas.    

Nightlife in Majorca    

  • Palma is without a doubt Majorca’s central hub of night time activity. Hoards of young people travel to the capital year after year for a week or two of partying and fun.  
  • The BCM club in Magaluf is at the top of the clubbing list –it’s the biggest in Europe.  
  • Laid-back beach bars and sunset lounges set the scene for an evening of entertainment. If you’re a sports fanatic, check out the regular coverage at Burlington Bertie’s Bar and Kids Club in the Irish quarter of Santa Ponsa, where the motto is: ‘We watch the kids, you watch the action’.    

Majorca has so much to offer holidaymakers, so book your Spanish island break with easyJet holidays today. Flexible schedules and low fares make easyJet holidays the perfect choice for an affordable Majorca holiday.

Sentido Punta del Mar

Santa Ponsa, Mallorca, Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room / Single Room, bed and breakfast


Ponent Mar

Palma Nova, Mallorca, Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Studio, Self-catering


Eix Alcudia Hotel- Adults Only

Alcudia, Mallorca, Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room / Single Room, bed and breakfast


OD Port Portals

Calvia, Mallorca, Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room / Single Room, accommodation only


Beverly Playa

Paguera, Mallorca, Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room / Single Room, bed and breakfast



Puerto de Sóller, Mallorca, Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room / Single Room, bed and breakfast