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Llucmajor Holidays

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Majorca holidays

A slice of authentic Majorca

Llucmajor has beauty, a lively cultural scene and hefty historical significance, yet it has remained an under-the-radar destination in Majorca, making it a tranquil getaway. While you can reach wonderful beaches by car, this picturesque town is situated inland, in the shadow of Randa Hill and in the midst of wine country, proving there’s more to Llucmajor holidays than simply sand and sea. It’s here that you get a true sense of what life is really like in Majorca.

The local industries –agriculture, carpentry and shoemaking – go back a lot further than bucket-and-spade tourism, and this history is writ large in the architecture and the many fun festivals and markets that regularly bring this pretty place to life. So if you like your sunshine with a side of tradition, some local flavour and a healthy slice of authenticity, holidays to Llucmajor are where you can really go to town.

Your Llucmajor questions, answered

It’s lively all year round here, but September is a great bet, as temperatures fall just a little and several fairs and festivals roll into town.
Yes, absolutely. There’s a top-class golf club about 5 kilometres out of town, which is home to not just one but two professional-grade 18-hole courses.
Nearby Capocorb Vell is a Bronze Age ‘Talayotic’ settlement, and is generally recognised as being among the most significant prehistoric villages in this part of the Mediterranean.

Best things to do in Llucmajor

Go horse riding

Explore the Randa valley plains that surround Llucmajor on horseback, and admire the mountains and pine forests that define the southern half of Majorca as you trot.

Take a hike

There’s a beautiful and relatively easy 6-kilometre hike from the town up to a pretty monastery. From here you’re rewarded with astonishing views for miles over to the Tramuntana Mountains.

Taste the wine

Wine has been made here since Roman times, and local producers have an excellent reputation. Be sure to book ahead for a tasting tour at one of the local wineries or ‘bodegas’.