Majorca villa holidays
Villas in Majorca
The island of Majorca is full of things to see and do! The lively beachfront resorts are a world apart from the quaint hilltop villages, whilst the capital of Palma is an interesting mix of the cultural and contemporary. Whether you wander the local markets and lively shopping streets, visit the sights, try out the tasty tapas, or spend the day lazing on one of the many white sandy beaches or coves, there's something new to enjoy every day of your holiday.
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Days out in Majorca
Discover Majorca with its rugged mountain peaks, 20 first-class golf courses and fascinating marine park. Explore the island from one of its 41 marinas, where you can take a boat trip to see the beautiful Majorcan coastline. Entertain the kids one of the many waterparks, or head to the stunning Tramuntana mountains. To cool off, visit the Caves of Drach to see the impressive stalactites, whilst enjoying a trip on the underground lake!
Beaches in Majorca
With Majorca’s fabulous secluded coves, cliff-backed beaches and sandy coastlines, you’ll find the perfect spot to top up your tan! Spend the day on a white sandy beach at Cala d’Or, explore unspoilt coves at Cala Varques - only accessible by boat or on foot, or head north to Son Serra de Marina for great surf and sand dunes. For family fun, Cala Agula offers fine sand and shallow water for the kids to splash about in!
Nightlife in Majorca
After dark, Majorca is the place to be! From live music and Flamenco shows in Palma, lively nightlife in the south and relaxed evenings in one of Soller’s traditional tapas bars, there’s something for everyone. Head to Alcudia Old Town for a Majorcan night out to try some Sobrassada - traditional spreadable sausage - washed down with the local Sangria. Or take a stroll along Puerto Pollensa’s promenade, stopping off at a fish restaurant for dinner, overlooking the bay.
For shopaholics, Majorca is a great place to pick up a bargain, especially Palma City with its department stores, designer shops and side street boutiques. Majorcan specialities are leather shoes and handbags, glassware and Majorcan pearls. Visit one of the colourful weekly markets to find local handicrafts and traditional trinkets. Or to pick up a souvenir, head for Inca’s bustling market and look out for clay Siurells - Majorca’s pretty, hand-painted whistles.