In need of sunshine and downtime?

What about glorious beaches, dramatic mountain scenes and historical cities, not forgetting the tantalising local fare. Then hotfoot it over to Majorca, the largest island in the Balearics.

Majorca Weather

Majorca's climate offers a delightful balance of warm summers, mild winters,
and enjoyable shoulder seasons, with average summer temperatures
ranging from 25 to 32°C (77 to 90°F) during summers.

Experience the magic of Majorca

Cap de Formentor
Palma de Mallorca beach
Majorcan lifestyle
Majorcan villas
Traditonal seafood
Pollenca Town

Welcome to the enchanting Balearic island of Majorca, where sun-kissed beaches, azure waters, and picturesque landscapes await you. This Mediterranean paradise beckons with its irresistible allure, offering a perfect holiday escape for every traveler. Majorca's diverse attractions cater to all tastes, whether you seek vibrant nightlife in the bustling streets of Palma, serene relaxation on the tranquil shores, or thrilling adventures amidst the majestic Tramuntana Mountains. Delve into the island's rich history by exploring ancient ruins and charming villages or indulge in delectable local cuisine at quaint cafes. With a warm and welcoming atmosphere, Majorca invites you to immerse yourself in its vibrant culture, experience unforgettable moments, and create cherished memories that will last a lifetime.

From the beaches to the cities, to the mountains and rural villages, and coves that pepper the coastline, Mallorca has it all. It's no wonder it attracts the people it does, including international celebrities and wealthy Europeans who holiday and live here. And what places to stay - traditional fincas, white-washed villas and stylish modern resort properties, all with swimming pools. This is one holiday you'll be glad you took.


Playa del Trench
Playa de Cala Pi
Palm trees Alcudia beach)
Platja de Alcudia watersports
S'amarador Beach

Let's start with the 340-mile coastline boasting more than 200 beaches. Head over to the south and be lured by turquoise waters meeting swathes of soft white sand on the beaches around Cala D’Or such as Es Trenc and Cala Llombards, and then to the family-friendly shallow waters of the north with the beaches of Puerto Pollensa and Cala San Vicente.

Don't forget a visit to Perfect Pollenca - a beautiful old town that has lost none of its charm, a place where cafe life rules. Spending a lazy morning or two here is one of life's simple pleasures. Then head over to Puerto de Pollenca for a relaxing afternoon on the beach.

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Village Life

Mountain village Deia
Cala Llombards
365 Restaurant, Alcudia
Cala Deia bay)
Pollenca old town
Cala Deia bay
Pollenca old town

Venture inland and discover Mallorca's peaceful villages surrounded by open countryside and renowned vineyards. Here you'll find the traditional pace of life on the island, along with excellent restaurants and authentic fincas (converted farmhouses) in which to stay. Fancy a cycle or hike? You'll be overwhelmed by the opportunities, particularly if you head towards the Tramuntana mountains on the west coast. Now a world heritage site, you'll find professional cyclists, hikers and visitors out for a walk along this magnificent range. You might even find a little village or two on your travels to stop and enjoy a delicious light snack surrounded by Instagram-worthy views. Boasting some incredible natural parks too, including S'Albufereta's wetlands, the Llevant Peninsula Nature Reserve and Mondrago Natural Park, to name a few, you won't be short of incredible days out.


The Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma
Palma de Mallorca
Fundació Miró Mallorca Gallery
Palma Cityscape)
Fundació Miró Mallorca
Fundació Miró Mallorca Art
Western Water Park

Want to see a city? Not a problem. Mallorca's cosmopolitan capital, Palma, is a revelation. Stylish and seductive, yet vibrant and atmospheric, it's full of surprises. A city immersed in history and culture, walk around the streets of the old quarter and look out for its fantastic gothic cathedral, and seek out the baroque churches amongst chic boutiques and stunning restaurants. Eating out here is a real treat. Alongside traditional bistros you'll now find many Michelin-starred restaurants as the capital gets serious about food.

The captivating city of Palma, the heart and soul of Majorca, where history, culture, and stunning vistas converge to create an unforgettable experience. Wander through its charming cobbled streets, lined with centuries-old architecture, and be enchanted by the imposing Gothic masterpiece, Palma Cathedral, which dominates the skyline. As the sun sets, Palma comes alive with a vibrant nightlife, offering an array of lively bars, chic restaurants, and stylish clubs. Indulge in retail therapy at trendy boutiques or explore the local markets for unique souvenirs and artisanal delights. For those seeking tranquility, Palma's picturesque beaches beckon with their soft sands and turquoise waters, inviting you to unwind and bask in the Mediterranean sun. From historical landmarks to modern delights, Palma is a city that effortlessly weaves its rich heritage with contemporary allure, leaving visitors in awe of its timeless beauty and cultural charisma.

Eating Out

Neni, Port de Soller
Spanish wine
La Terrassa, Alcudia
Nautilus, Port de Soller)
Neni, Port de Soller
Balco de Cabrera, Sa Rapita
Bristo del Jardin, Alcudia

This Balearic gem is renowned for its delectable cuisine, showcasing fresh seafood, aromatic olive oil, and locally grown produce. Explore the charming villages to discover traditional eateries serving mouthwatering paella, hearty sobrasada sausages, and succulent roasted lamb. Don't miss out on the vibrant markets offering an array of cheeses, olives, and sweet ensaimadas. For a fine dining experience, the island boasts a plethora of exceptional restaurants, some with Michelin stars, where talented chefs blend traditional recipes with innovative techniques. From the quaint seaside taverns to the upscale culinary havens, Majorca's culinary scene offers a feast for every food enthusiast, making it a destination where unforgettable memories are crafted with every scrumptious bite.

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Out and About

Traditional Majorcan backstreet
Pollenca town
Soller tram
Fundació Miró Mallorca

Majorca offers a real treasure trove of experiences waiting to be uncovered. Majestic mountains, sun-soaked beaches, and charming villages set the stage for a myriad of adventures. Explore the vibrant capital city, Palma, with its stunning Gothic cathedral and bustling markets, or immerse yourself in the island's rich history by visiting ancient castles and archaeological sites. For nature lovers, the Tramuntana mountain range beckons with its breathtaking hiking trails and panoramic vistas. Seek solace on hidden coves or indulge in the vibrant beach culture of popular resorts like Magaluf and Alcudia. Dive into the sapphire waters to discover a kaleidoscope of marine life, or venture into the enchanting Caves of Drach, where an underground world of stalactites awaits. With an array of water sports, cultural delights, and culinary wonders to savor, Majorca offers an unforgettable tapestry of experiences, ensuring each moment on this alluring island is as memorable as the last.

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Family Fun

Palma Aquarium
Water Parks)
Hidroparkin water park
Explore Sealife in the Aquarium
Rancho Grande

Majorca, a true paradise for families and kids alike, promising an unforgettable holiday brimming with joy and excitement. With its idyllic beaches, crystal-clear waters, and family-friendly resorts, Majorca offers a safe and enchanting environment for young adventurers. Kids will be delighted by the plethora of attractions catering specifically to their interests, including thrilling water parks with exhilarating slides and pools, interactive marine aquariums where they can marvel at fascinating sea creatures, and captivating animal parks to get up close and personal with their favorite furry friends. Meanwhile, the island's charming villages and historic sites provide excellent opportunities for learning and exploration. From building sandcastles on the golden shores to embarking on boat trips to hidden coves, Majorca promises endless moments of joy and discovery for the entire family, making it an ideal destination for a truly remarkable and cherished holiday together.

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Majorca Villas

Majorca villas

Majorca offers an enticing array of private holiday villas for those seeking an intimate and luxurious escape. Whether you crave a serene retreat in the tranquil countryside, a chic coastal haven with stunning sea views, or a charming residence in the heart of a vibrant town, Majorca has a diverse range of options to suit every taste. From traditional stone-built estates with rustic charm to modern, sleek villas equipped with state-of-the-art amenities, the island caters to a spectrum of preferences. Visitors can indulge in the ultimate relaxation, enjoying private pools, lush gardens, and panoramic terraces that showcase the island's breath taking landscapes. With a plethora of villas available for rent, Majorca beckons travellers to immerse themselves in a personalized, idyllic holiday experience that captures the essence of this enchanting Balearic gem.

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