With a wide variety of culture, history and natural terrain its not surprising that the sheer beauty of Majorca captivates all who visit. Majorca is an island of contrast from its beautiful coves, sandy bays and  mountain peaks stretching towards the clouds.


Cathedral of Palma de Majorca


Palma, the capital is a vibrant sophisticated city with a beautiful seafront location and a real buzz about it. If you love to shop Palma is for you: check out the street markets, designer boutiques and big brand stores then rest your weary feet -and wallet- in one of the city’s stylish coffee, tapas or ice cream bars.

In the south of the island you will find action-packed, ever-bustling resorts such as Palma Nova and Magulluf or head east to discover the seven golden coves of Cala D’Or or the busy beach resort of Sa Coma. To the north you will find the popular family resort of Alcudia with its fortified walls, maze of narrow streets and stunning beach.

One of the most picturesque villages in Majorca is the celebrated Deya, situated on the west coast, while gorgeous Valldemossa with its delightful alleyways and monastry is something of a hidden treasure.

The proximity of Majorca means it is perfect for a few days’ break and Palma has a growing reputation as one of Europe’s most fashionable city breaks, but Majorca is also great for a longer stay.  From bargain-haggling at an Inca-style street market; to taking in its museums and galleries; from beach life to action-packed days at the water or theme parks; from intimate evenings spent at exclusive restaurants to show-stopping evening entertainment shows Majorca truly has something to suit all visitors.

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