Hotels in Mallorca Island
The largest of the Balearic Islands, Majorca is surrounded by the blue waters of the Mediterranean and is home to many outstanding beaches. For the classic seaside experience, head to the white sands of Alcudia, but if you're looking for something a bit more secluded, the island has plenty to choose from;we love Cala Falco, which is hidden away by thick pine forests. With many cheap Majorca hotels sitting right by the sea, you'll find yourself basking on the sand and soaking up the Mediterranean sun in just minutes.
The beaches aren't Majorca's only natural wonders. In the north of the island you'll find the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. With peaks reaching as high as 1445 metres above sea level and sharp cliff faces overlooking the sea, the range is a truly dramatic scenic hotspot. If you're feeling up to the challenge hike up to the old church at Lluc, a historic pilgrimage site, or explore the ancient towns, and farmland, that earned the area a place on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites. If you're thinking of renting a car during your stay in a Majorca hotel, you could enjoy the breath-taking drive along the road running from the popular celebrity hangout of Andratx at the south of the mountains, to Pollenca on the northern coast.
Surf and sushi
If the sun gets a little too much, a visit to one of the island's waterparks is a fun way to cool off. Wave House on the Magaluf beach is our favourite, where you can practice your surfing on the high-tech FlowRider, before indulging in sushi and champagne (among other tempting treats) in the park's bars.
Majorca's story stretches back thousands of years, and when out exploring from your hotel in Majorca, you might stumble across a spot of ancient history. Dotted around the island are hundreds of bronze-age structures known as Talaiots, the most extensive collection of which can be found at Capocorb Vell. The island's capital, Palma, has its origins in a Roman settlement, and is home to a considerable amount of Arabic architecture;be sure to stop by the museum at Castell de Bellver to find out more about this incredible city.
You'll find a whole range of international cuisine on offer around the island, so when venturing out from your cheap hotel in Majorca you'll never be stuck for something to eat. However, with Majorca's fantastic food traditions, it's worth seeking out some of the island's unique restaurants. Bens d'Avall sits among the Serra de Tramuntana, and serves up incredible Mediterranean cuisine alongside inspirational cliff-side views. Palma has a great selection of restaurants that bring a hip feel to traditional cuisine;in particular we recommend the quirky Quina Creu.
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