Around three hours flight from the UK, Majorca is found in the Mediterranean and is part of the Balearic Islands. It is often referred to as Majorca, particularly in the UK. Holidays in Rural Majorca mean you are able to enjoy the more traditional and unspoilt parts of the island away from most holidaymakers who cram to the busy seaside resorts.
There are a number of places in rural Majorca that are ideal for those who are looking for a quieter holiday. The town of Algaida is perfect for those who want to see traditional Mallorca life. The streets are narrow and there is a central square which is traditional for these smaller towns. Visitors can make the trip to the glass factory which has a museum and a workshop where people can learn more about the art of glass making and blowing.
Children will love a day out on the Soller Railway. This takes people from Palma to Soller and has been in existence since 1912. The town of Soller is a small town and perfect for those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the busier resorts. The S’Albufera Nature Reserve is a good place if you want to do some walking as there are plenty of trails to explore.
There are other small towns for those on holidays in rural Majorca such as Muro. Muro boasts a museum which details the history of Majorca life and has some unusual exhibitions. There are small churches and unique shops to be explored, and it is the ideal place to try some of the local delicacies and meet a few of the local people.
Holidays in Rural Majorca are ideal for those looking for a peaceful and relaxing break. Here you will find traditional Spain at its best, made much more affordable - easyJet holidays keeps their fares low so your getaway can be much more affordable. Save money when you book your flights and accomodation with easyJet holidays.