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All Inclusive Holidays to Majorca

Introduction

All it takes is one trip to Majorca to see why thousands of Travellers flock to its beaches and seaside villages every year. This is the largest of the Balearic Islands, and it offers a wide range of attractions for Travellers of all types. From beaches to boutiques and mountains to museums, visitors will never be bored on a trip to this scenic island in the Mediterranean Sea.

What to see and do on a Holiday to Majorca

The beaches of Majorca are the main draw for many travellers who descend on the island. Some of the best strips of sand are found along the south and west coasts of Majorca. Here the sand is golden, the azure waters are calm and warm, and the sun shines almost every day during the summer months. The beaches here are perfect for sunbathing, swimming, snorkelling, or catching a ride on a glass-bottomed boat to see an amazing underwater scenery.

Majorca holidays

For travellers on holiday to Majorca who want to enjoy modern amenities, the capital city of Palma is an excellent choice. Palma is particularly picturesque for its elegant mansions, a charming old quarter with historic buildings and cobblestone streets, and chic boutiques, bars, and restaurants. Many of the restaurants along the waterfront serve ridiculously fresh seafood dishes with equally impressive views out to sea.

If it’s nightlife you are looking for, look no further than Magaluf. This small seaside resort offers some of the best bars and nightclubs on the island, with international DJs fuelling the crowds with thumping music well into the early hours of the morning. For those looking for more family friendly nightlife, the Western Water Park offers lively dinner performances in addition to its many exhilarating rides and exhibitions.

If you are looking for an interesting day trip or a more isolated setting, the north of Majorca is a good bet. The coastline here is rugged, with dramatic cliffs, rocky headlands, and long sandy beaches. The strong breezes here make the beaches very popular with windsurfers. Also, the north has many villages that gleam ochre in the bright sunlight and rest against the backdrop of the stunning Serra de Tramuntana mountain range.

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