Balearics - Majorca Hotels
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Majorca (Mallorca) is an island of contrasts: from rugged mountains to long stretches of golden sand; pine forests to serene hillside villages; hideaway coves to all night parties in lively resorts. There are destinations for everyone?s taste.
Ideal for a sun-drenched and relaxing short break in gorgeous Spain, our hotels in Majorca range from great-value 1* accommodation to lavish 5* abodes.
Here are just a few of the interesting activities you can look forward to during your break in Majorca:
- Take in the breath-taking views of the picturesque Serra de Tramuntana
- Discover the beauty of the historic Bellver Castle
- Say hello to the creatures of the deep at the incredible Palma Aquarium
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Discover the fascinating and ancient history of Alcudia Old Town, relax on Alcudia’s powdery white sands, visit the S'Albufera Nature Park or enjoy a spot of shopping along the harbour. Venture further along the coast to C’an Picafort, home to rolling sand dunes, a nature reserve and a picturesque harbour.
Cala d’Or is one of a string of sandy coves along the beautiful pine-fringed south-east coast of Majorca. Popular with sun seekers Cala d’Or has a good choice of shops, bars and restaurant. Nearby are secluded bays and an upmarket marina.
Lively Cala Millor and quieter Sa Coma are two modern purpose-built resorts on the east coast of Majorca with sandy beaches and good facilities for all the family. Neighbouring Cala Bona is a more relaxing resort developed around a traditional fishing village.
Cala Ratjada and nearby Cala Mesquida are well-liked purpose built holiday resorts on the extreme north-east corner of Majorca. Pine forests overlook the dramatic jagged coastline with coves and beautifully clean sandy beaches. The area is popular with mature holidaymakers during the winter season.
Ideal for families and beach lovers, the quiet Calas de Mallorca has three small sandy coves and is a good base for visiting the rest of the island. Nearby Porto Colom, is a small traditional fishing village with local shops, selling a mix of fresh products and local specialities.
Palma Nova and Magaluf in the south-west of Majorca are the largest and liveliest resorts on the island. Although Palma Nova is more family orientated, both offer vibrant nightlife aimed at young holiday makers and facilities such as two water parks, a bungee rocket and go-kart racing.
Palma de Mallorca is a vibrant capital with a long and rich culture. Walk along tree lined avenues or visit the Cathedral and the historic palaces. The nearby quieter resorts of Cala Mayor and C’an Pastilla are ideal for families both offering large beaches.
Neatly sandwiched along the south coast of the island, Playa de Palma is known as the beautiful beach resort of Palma located between C'an Pastilla and El Arenal. Joined by a wide promenade Playa de Palma and El Arenal are fairly lively multicultural resorts in the summer months and offer exquisite palm-lined beaches.
A relatively new resort offering peace, quiet and luxury, Portals Nous combines both tourist and residential atmospheres. Situated next door to the exclusive resort of Illetas, Portals Nous provides convenient access to the capital, Palma, with its own Marina presenting a wide range of restaurants to suit all tastes.
Puerto de Soller is the only resort along the rugged west coast of Majorca. It is a favourite destination with walkers who want to experience the traditional culture of the island and use the town as a base to visit the scenic mountains. Nearby Deya, offers fascinating art galleries, elegant boutiques and fabulous scenery.
Puerto Pollensa is a pretty resort with traditional charm on the north-east coast of Majorca. With a tree lined promenade, a stylish marina and fine sandy coves, it is an ideal destination for those seeking a quiet relaxing break.
Santa Ponsa is a very popular holiday destination in the south-west corner of Majorca. It is a family orientated resort with a sandy bay and shallow waters. There is also a great choice of restaurants and shops and a selection of bars and discos for the night owls.
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