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Holidays to Majorca

Experience Paradise on Earth - Holidays to Majorca

Majorca, also known as Mallorca, is the largest of the Balearic Islands and a beloved holiday destination in Spain. With its breathtaking coastline, vibrant cities, charming villages, and stunning natural landscapes, Majorca offers a diverse range of experiences for travelers

From its stunning coastline to its charming villages and vibrant cities, Majorca offers a diverse range of experiences for every type of traveler. Whether you're seeking relaxation, outdoor adventures, cultural immersion, or vibrant nightlife, Majorca has something to offer everyone.

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Explore Majorca

Palma de Mallorca

Start your journey in Palma, the capital city of Majorca. Explore the historic center, stroll along the picturesque Paseo Marítimo, and visit the impressive Palma Cathedral, also known as La Seu. Discover the narrow streets of the old town, dine in local restaurants, and shop in trendy boutiques. Palma also offers beautiful beaches, including Playa de Palma and Cala Major.


Serra de Tramuntana

Explore the stunning Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This picturesque region is perfect for hiking and offers breathtaking views, charming villages, and ancient terraced landscapes. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the beautiful towns of Valldemossa, Deià, and Sóller, nestled among the mountains.


Beautiful Beaches

Majorca is famous for its beautiful beaches, offering crystal-clear waters and golden sands. From the popular resort areas like Alcudia, Palmanova, and Magaluf to hidden gems such as Cala Varques and Cala Mondragó, there are beaches for all preferences. Engage in water sports activities like snorkeling, diving, and paddleboarding or simply relax and soak up the Mediterranean sun.


Cuevas del Drach

Visit the Cuevas del Drach (Dragon Caves) in Porto Cristo, a stunning underground cave system with magnificent stalactite and stalagmite formations. Take a boat ride on Lake Martel, one of the largest underground lakes in the world, and enjoy a classical music performance in this unique setting.


Cap de Formentor

Drive to Cap de Formentor, the northernmost point of Majorca, and enjoy breathtaking views of the rugged coastline and the Mediterranean Sea. Explore the lighthouse, hike along scenic trails, and visit picturesque viewpoints such as Mirador Es Colomer.



Discover the picturesque village of Valldemossa, nestled in the Tramuntana Mountains. Explore the narrow streets lined with stone houses, visit the Royal Carthusian Monastery, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Valldemossa is also known for its connection to composer Frédéric Chopin and writer George Sand, who spent a winter here.


Palma Nova and Magaluf

If you're looking for vibrant nightlife and entertainment, head to Palma Nova and Magaluf. These neighboring resort areas offer a lively atmosphere with numerous bars, clubs, and restaurants. Enjoy beachfront parties, live music, and a wide range of entertainment options.


Cycling and Outdoor Activities

Majorca is a popular destination for cycling enthusiasts. The island offers a variety of cycling routes, from challenging mountain roads to scenic coastal paths. You can also engage in other outdoor activities such as hiking, rock climbing, and sailing.


Local Cuisine

Indulge in the delicious local cuisine of Majorca. Try traditional dishes such as sobrassada (a cured pork sausage), pa amb oli (bread with olive oil and tomato), and ensaimada (a sweet pastry). Sample local wines and enjoy seafood specialties in beachfront restaurants and traditional taverns.


Local Markets

Experience the vibrant local culture by visiting markets in Majorca. The Mercat de l'Olivar in Palma is a popular indoor market offering a wide range of fresh produce, local products, and delicacies. Explore the weekly markets in towns like Sineu and Inca, where you can find everything from fresh produce to handicrafts.