Introducing Majorca

Majorca is one of the Balearic Islands and is without a doubt one of the most famous beach destinations in the Med. For those in search of sun, sea and Spanish culture, Majorca can tick all of the boxes. With its beautiful beach resorts, sheltered coves, rugged limestone mountains and interesting ancient remains, this island destination is a fantastic mix of relaxation, exploration and sightseeing. The capital is best known for its incredible historical sites, traditional stone buildings and wonderful shopping whilst resorts such as Playa de Muro, Camp de Mar, Port d’Andratx, Colonia de Sant Pere, Magaluf, Cala d’Or and Palma Nova offer everything from beaches and water sports to lively nightlife.

Highlights of Majorca

This beautiful capital is great for sightseeing – don’t miss the Santa María cathedral, the Bay of Palma, the Almudaina Arab fortress and Bellver Castle.
Playa de Muro
Visit this beautiful beach resort where you will find a long stretch of soft sand, safe and shallow waters for swimming in and a promenade lined with restaurants, cafes and bars.
For the ultimate party atmosphere, you simply have to visit Magaluf. Bars, English pubs and nightclubs line the main Strip and the beaches are bustling with tourists in the daytime.
Port d’Andratx
This pretty port is a great little spot to get away from the main resorts, yet it still offers a great selection of bars and restaurants as well as fantastic shopping in the centre.
Set in the lush green valleys, Sóller is a beautiful rural town with a traditional feel. Come here for cobbled roads, boutique shops, independent cafes and outstanding tapas bars serving authentic Spanish cuisine.

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