- Holiday Guide
Families & Fiestas
Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and one of the most popular destinations for all sorts of UK holidaymakers, with plenty of lush sandy beaches, fabulous food and a verity of resorts on offer, its easy to see why. Families, especially those with small children, are well catered for as are singles and couples of all ages.
A popular family resort located in the north of Majorca Island. Alcudia has one of the largest beaches on the Island stretching from the area of Playa de Muro to the main resort, its calm shallow waters are great for young families. In the cosmopolitan area of Port d'Alcudia you will find a stunning marina along with a selection of fine bars and restaurants. More information about Alcudia Journey time from the airport 45-60 minutes (Approximately)
The largest resort on the east coast of the Island, close to the purpose built family resort of Calas de Mallorca and its quieter neighbour Cala Millor. The resort boasts an excellent selection of shops, bars and restaurants as well as seven sandy bays and a marina. More information about Cala D'or Journey time from the airport 45-60 minutes (Approximately)
The party capital of Majorca, Magaluf is a great choice for singles and couples looking for fantastic nightlife with some of the best bars and nightclubs in the Mediterranean. Its not all pubs and clubs through, Magaluf also has some great day time activities to keep the whole family entertained including a variety of theme and water parks. More information about Magaluf Journey time from the airport 30-45 minutes (Approximately)
Located close to the lively resort of Magaluf, Palma Nova attracts singles, couples and families looking for a laid back holiday. With three sandy beaches, the clear shallow waters are great for watersports. Each beach has a bustling promenade, offering a selection of bars and restaurants to suit all tastes. More information about Palma Nova Journey time from the airport 30-45 minutes (Approximately)
A family friendly resort situated in the south of the island just 20kms from the capital Palma. Very popular with Scottish and Irish guests, there are a number of themed bars in the resort to make you feel at home. As well as the main beach, there is a smaller cove around 15 minutes walk from resort centre which is great for avoiding the crowds. More information about Santa Ponsa Journey time from the airport 30-45 minutes (Approximately)
Majorca Fact file
Flying time from the UK: 2-2.5 hours Currency: Euros Average Temperature: Approximately 23C during summer months Sunny days a year: +300 days
Top tip: If you are looking for nightlife but don't want to be a centre of it all, stay at the southern end of Palma Nova and walk in to Magaluf in the evening.