Holiday to Majorca

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Your Majorca Itinerary

Day 1

Arriving at Majorca

  • You will arrive at the Spanish Balearic island of Majorca (Mallorca). Unpack, and prepare for an eventful holiday.
  • Check in to a 3-star hotel included in your package, on a bed and breakfast basis.
  • Explore The Caves of Drach, for a magical experience in these well-lit caves, don’t forget to catch the musical boat ride towards the end!
  • Visit the Safari Zoo, experience the drive-thru safari, and feed the animals as well.
Day 1

Day 2

Exploring Majorca

  • Explore The Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, a Gothic Roman Cathedral, and experience medieval Palma.
  • Another Gothic location, the Bellver Castle, has a great view of the city and port.
  • Round off the day at Can Pere Antoni beach, where you can catch the sunset.
Day 2

Day 3

Exploring Majorca

  • Taste organic oranges and citrus treats at Ecovinyassa, while you learn about the history of oranges.
  • Visit the Santuari de Lluc monastery, filled with so much history and natural beauty.
  • Don’t forget to catch a glimpse of Cúber. This beautiful artificial reservoir has an amazing view.
Day 3

Day 4

Exploring Majorca

  • Head over to Parc de la Mar for a stroll in the park with a lovely view of the cathedral.
  • Next, an adventure through the trees at Jungle Parc, Santa Ponsa, filled with different circuits.
  • End the evening with the Pirates Adventure dinner show, where you will take a magical journey through a time when pirates ruled the seven seas!
Day 4

Day 5

Final Day in Majorca

  • Step into the Sanctuary of Sant Salvador, it has a stunning view.
  • Taste Spanish cuisine at S’estret for a healthy bite before leaving.
  • Pack up and prepare for your journey back home.
Day 5

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Highlights: Holiday to Majorca

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Reasons to go Holiday to Majorca

  • Majorca is the biggest of Spain’s Balearic Islands, with beautiful turquoise beaches.
  • Home to The Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, the emblem of the city.
  • Majorca’s Paseo del Borne is the top street in Palma for luxury shopping.
  • The streets of Palma, Majorca are picture perfect, with bits of Roman and Arab influence still present in them.
  • Majorca has lovely weather all year round, with temperatures ranging from 14 to 28 degrees, depending on when you choose to visit.

Best Beaches in Majorca, Spain

Cala Major: This is a busy sheltered beach with plenty of stocked bars for a lazy day out.

Cala Agulla: This is a beautiful beach with clear water for swimming and snorkeling.

Platja de Santa Ponça: This is a long beach with scenic waters, with plenty of sun beds for sunbathing.

Playa de Palma: This beach is filled with palm trees, gourmet restaurants, and souvenir shops, a popular site for vacationers.

Platja de Muro: This 6-kilometer beach offers, restrooms, showers & lifeguards, and of course a beautiful turquoise beach.

Things To Do in Majorca for Families

  • Explore the numerous cathedrals and monasteries around the island of Majorca.
  • Enjoy a scenic tour of the orange and lemon groves at Ecovinyassa.
  • Visit the Palma Aquarium, which has the largest collection of corals in Europe. The children can snorkel, watch turtles, and so much more!
  • Chill at the scenic turquoise beaches around the island.
  • Wander the medieval streets around Plaça de Santa Eulàlia with its lovely church.
  • Try out the local cuisine at local restaurants all over the island.
  • Ride or feed the ostriches at the Artestruz ostrich farm.
  • Cool off at the Western Water Park, which has the 11th-highest slide in the world!

FAQs for When Booking Your Holiday to Majorca

Depending on the time of year you visit, the weather may be cool to slightly warm.

January - March: 15 degrees to 18 degrees.

April - August: 20 degrees to 32 degrees.

September - December: 28 degrees to 16 degrees.

Car: Renting a car will be the most convenient way to travel around Majorca. In order to rent a car in Mallorca, you'll need to apply for an international driving permit.

Bus: Busses are a cheaper alternative but run on a limited schedule. You can pay for tickets on the bus or pay 3 euros for an InterModal card which can be recharged at your convenience. 

Taxi: Majorca has metered taxis which can be hailed at any time and are plentiful at tourist locations.

Yes, exit the building from the arrivals floor 0, then follow the taxi signs.

Majorca has several activities for the family, including the various sandy beaches, water parks, and museums.

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