From around £69.00 per person you can stay on the sunny island of Majorca (also written as mallorca) for a week of sea, sun and relaxation. Fly from the UK using one of the services on the right of this page and get to majorca in just a couple of hours.
Year round sunshine and beautiful vistas await you on majorca, the lovely pearl of the Balearic Islands.
The people of majorca are very welcoming of visitors and the full range of twenty-first century amenities are available for people of all ages to enjoy their stay.
As part of Spain, the Balearic Islands are where you will find some exceptionally fine red wines to drink during your vacation.
The majorcan vacation resorts of Alcudia, Cala Bona, Cala Millor,Calas de Majorca, Cala d'Or, Cala San Vincente, Cala Ratjada, Camp de Mar, C'an Pastilla, C'an Picafort, Colonia Sant Jordi, Illetas, Magaluf, Paguera, Palma Nova, Porto Colom, Porto Cristo, Puerto Pollensa, Sa Coma, Santa Ponsa and Soller all offer excellent opportunities for a range of activities.
An excellent bus network covers the entire island of majorca and fares are reasonable.
Vacation accomodation is available to suit your pocket on majorca , from
budget holidays in Magaluf to five star luxury in Palma Nova. Alquiler coche
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Alternatively there are plenty of apartments in mallorca / majorca to rent. These range from cheap to luxury five star accomodation.
For most families the balearics are all about the beach or pool, but there is actually a lot more to majorca than just lying in the sunshine. Reserva Africana is an african safari park close to Sa Coma on the east of the island.
At breakfast, try an ensaimada - this is a delicious spiral sweet bun covered with icing sugar. It is the Mallorquin equivalent of the doughnut.
During the day the pizzas are great although I am particularly fond of majorcan fideua a local paella made with noodles instead of rice.
The evening meals on majorca are a free choice of thousands of dishes often featuring tapas including frito mallorquin, a tasty mixture of fried vegetables, potatoes, meat and herbs; but don't leave majorca without trying greixonera de brossat at least once. This is an amazing cheesecake.
All in all I am sure you will come to love majorca as much as we do.