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If you want a holiday full of fun and sun, but don’t fancy the stress of a long haul flight, Majorca is the solution. A holiday in Majorca offers the perfect mixture of relaxation and action to leave you refreshed after your break away and raring to go again. With a flight time of just over 2 hours, paradise can be reached quicker than you think.
A holiday doesn’t feel like a holiday without a trip to the beach – and Majorca will not leave you disappointed. The largest of the Balearic Islands has lots of stunning beaches where you can recharge your batteries and really adopt the Spanish manana mentality. There is something for everyone. The beach at Calla Millor is 2km long and the amount of restaurants and bars means you won’t have to go far for an ice cream or cheeky mid-afternoon cocktail. If you’re on holiday to really get away from it all, the beach at Cala D’Or has five coves where you can relax in a more intimate setting.
A holiday in Majorca offers the full package – excellent weather, beautiful beaches, excellent nightlife, tourist attractions, beautiful nature that can be enjoyed all year round. Don’t delay; book an excellent value break to Majorca today with lastminute.com.
Majorca is not just about beaches. During your holiday in Majorca you will be spoilt for choice for things to do. It’s up to you – a trip to the zoo, horse-riding, waterpark, go karting or mini golf - the only problem is trying to fit it all in.
It is also worth exploring beyond the beach and the manmade tourist attractions to get a true taste of Majorca. In true Majorcan style, you can chose between a historic walk through the main city Palma or if you are feeling a bit more energetic and want to experience some stunning views, head up north an take an organised hike up to the rugged cliff faces at Serra de Tramuntana. Majorca has a plethora of caves, some of which are below sea level which makes visiting them all the more magical. One of the most popular tourist destinations in Majorca are the Coves del Drac - near Porto Cristo. Tours are offered all year round and are topped off with a violin concert.
Spain is not Spain without Sangria and tapas. Majorca is one of the most popular holiday destinations and it isn’t just us Brits who think so. This means that there is a variety of different cuisines available so if you are after traditional Majorcan ensaïmada or a good old English fry up you’ll be sure to find what you are looking for.