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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.