Majorca Holidays 2014

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Cheap holidays to Majorca

Majorca holidays guarantee sunshine, smiles and a break to remember. Beautiful Balearic scenery, golden beaches, exciting nightlife and a rich history all add to the island’s universal appeal.

Holidays to Majorca have been a popular choice for more than 50 years, with families, couples and groups all finding there’s plenty to enjoy, including a dramatic coastline and hundreds of vineyards and olive groves. See for yourself when you visit this unique Spanish island with lowcostholidays, the UK's number 1 online supplier of holidays to Majorca..

The Spanish weather guarantees hot summers and mild winters, so expect sun and plenty of beach trips whenever you visit. The island is just a 2 hour and 45 minute flight away so you could be on the beach in no time.

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Top Resorts in Majorca

Magaluf lets you embrace the vibrant clubbing scene and dance until the early hours on the party strip with world class DJs in huge clubs at BCM Square. When you’re not busy dancing, relax on gorgeous beaches and take part in various water activities, such as jet skiing and banana boat rides. A visit to the Aqualand Water Park is also on many holidaymakers’ agendas.

Alcudia is the perfect choice for families. This seaside town boasts an impressive 8km beach where the kids will love playing on the sand. In the evening, there are bars and restaurants to suit every taste, or if you're on a tight budget, check out our fantastic all inclusive hotels. Why not brush up your singing in the karaoke bars or win great prizes by entering a pub quiz?

Palma is the island’s capital and a must for culture on holidays to Majorca. It's ideal for couples wanting a romantic break, or for those wishing to combine a beach holiday with a city adventure. The gothic La Seu Cathedral is a must-see, whilst the royal Almudaina Palace and the Parc de Mar should definitely make your list. Why not enjoy a stay at the luxury Can Cera Hotel? Relax in the on-site spa and try tapas in the hotel restaurant.

Top Attractions in Majorca

For a breath of history and some astounding natural beauty, the Cuevas del Drach is a must-see on your Majorca holiday. Situated in Porto Cristo, the caves are full of spectacular formations, while its underground lake – Lake Martel – is one of the largest in the world.

Tucked away above Puerto Pollensa, Restaurant Es Guix teams fantastic views with a natural pool and waterfall. The restaurant is not far from the Monastery de Lluc, a stunning sanctuary that dates back to the 13th century.

Other Spanish Destinations

If you love lively beach resorts, then why not try Ibiza, another beautiful island great for partying, or a resort on the Spanish mainland such as Benidorm? This resort in Costa Blanca offers blue flag beaches, an exhilarating theme park and excellent nightlife.

Important Information

Travel Information
Language: Spanish, Catalan, English and German
Currency: Euro
Local time: GMT/BST +1 hour
Local airport: Palma
Flight time: 2 hours 15 minutes

Our top hotels in Majorca

Marina Corfu Hotel

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Sol Katmandu Park & Resort

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Hotel Sol Guadalupe

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Active Holidays

If you are looking for an active holiday then Majorca is perfect. Home to fantastic landscapes and great sporting facilities the Balearic Island is great for walking, cycling, golfing and diving holidays.

The Tramuntana Mountains are perfect for exploring, and the island’s Mediterranean Sea has a diverse wildlife to explore. Active holidays to the Island are great for milder winter breaks and refreshing summer holidays.

Walking, Hiking and Cycling

The Serra De Tramuntana Mountain range is perfect for outdoor pursuits, with walking, hiking and cycling particularly popular in the area. The Balearic Island is used by professional cycling teams as a training base, with the hilly terrain and sunshine perfect for cycling enthusiasts.

The local government has also built dedicated walking trails, allowing visitors to explore freely and really enjoy the beauty of the Island.


Majorca’s beautiful landscapes make it a dream location to play golf, and with 20 fantastic courses situated across the island it is a golfer’s paradise.

Practice your swing under the Balearic sunshine and enjoy outstanding views of the outreaching Mediterranean Sea. The majority of courses are situated in the west and east, making the most of the glorious coastlines.

Relax and Recuperate

After an active day exploring you will want a hotel that guarantees you can relax. Book a luxury hotel to recharge the batteries, or a self-catering apartment close to the action.