Holidays To Majorca

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Europe’s popular tourist destination Majorca offers, fabulous beaches, art, culture and beautiful scenery. Book all-inclusive holidays to Majorca from Travel Center and enjoy the largest of the beautiful Balearic Islands. Winter, summer or spring the island is fascinating. In winter you will love hiking, touring the beautiful coastlines, exploring coves and climbing gorgeous mountains. In summer Palma city is a bathed in glorious sunshine. Sandy beaches invite you to lay back and relax while water sports get the adrenaline pumping. Fantastic boat excursions, diving and snorkelling reveal the hidden beauties of Majorca. Cool off at the fantastic water parks, tee off at world class golf-clubs and browse the fabulous markets of Majorca renowned as a shopper’s paradise. Entertainment is unlimited here. Relish the glamorous Flamenco dancers, chill at groovy jazz-clubs and enjoy a night at the theatre. Dance the night away at vibrant clubs, disco and bars where the fun never stops. The delicious dishes of Majorca range from fresh seafood to spicy paella. Dine at Michelin starred restaurants, countryside taverns, tapas bars and breezy beach cafes. Go ahead indulge and enjoy the best of Spain, simply book the all-inclusive holiday packages from Travel Center and benefit from the cheapest flights, affordable family accommodation and flexible booking options. Crisp cool breezes, smiling locals and fantastic beaches beckon you to Majorca!

Holidays to Majorca

Majorca, Spain

Barcelo Illetas Albatros - Adults Only - £129 PP

Majorca

Spain

2 Nights

Bed & Breakfast

Holidays to Majorca

Majorca, Spain

Hotel Nixe Palace - £156 PP

Majorca

Spain

2 Nights

Room Only

Holidays to Majorca

Majorca, Spain

Lindner Golf & Wellness Resort Portals Nous - £1370 PP

Majorca

Spain

2 Nights

Bed & Breakfast

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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, EasyJet, Ryanair, Air France, Air Europa

Languages

Spanish

Best Time to Travel

June to October

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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Alaro Castle

This ancient, partially ruined castle is located at the summit of a mountain known as Puig D’ Alaro. The surrounding area is full of natural beauty with woodlands and olive trees and is 820 meters above sea level. In existence since the 15th century it is the center of many legends and tales and has a very colorful history. There is also a restaurant here along with a chapel, a hostel and a retreat.

Almudaina Palace

Built by the Romans around 123 BC, this is an ancient palace that was constructed on a hill in Palma, the capital of Majorca. It was first used as a citadel and then was later conquered by the Moors and the Catalans in 1229 after which it was eventually transformed into a palace for Majorcan kings. It is the perfect example of rustic architecture and draws both tourists and locals alike.

Calvari Steps

This stone staircase with 365 steps leads to a small church known as the Calvario Chapel. The view that these steps lead to is absolutely breathtaking. The walk up can be quite challenging but there are a few shops and cypress trees along the way where you can stop and have a rest before continuing on.

El Laberinto Maze Fun Park

A great place for some family fun, this extraordinary kilometer long maze is made out of wood and features pirates, witches and magicians. Suitable for all ages, every step you take in this magical and intriguing maze will challenge you. It makes your imagination run wild with its concealed surprises and secrets. The games here include simply entering the maze and figuring out how to get out and more advanced maze games where characters join in and play with you.

Bellver Castle

The Bellver Castle was built in the 14th century in the Gothic style for King James II of Majorca. Right through the 18th century upto the middle of the 20th century it was used as a military prison and is now under civilian control. It has become one of the main tourist attractions in Majorca and is also a History Museum. The castle was built by architect Pere Salva and other master masons.

Es Baluard

This contemporary art gallery has temporary exhibitions as well as the permanent displays that include work by artists such as Miro, Barcelo and Picasso. The building of the museum is a 21st century concrete complex that also include the partially restored remains of an 11th century Muslim era tower. It is one of the finest galleries in Majorca.

Casa Robert Graves

A tribute to the writer Robert Graves who had his house built here and today provides a great insight into his life. The house holds period furnishings, audio visual displays and other items and books that belonged to the writer. The house consists of three storeys and is built out of stone. Graves left the house in 1936 and only came back 10 years later to continue his work.

Palau March

This palatial house used to be one of the many homes that belonged to the extremely wealthy March family. The outdoor terrace of this beautiful house is graced with paintings from a variety of 20th century artists such as Henry Moore, Auguste Rodin, Barbra Hepworth and Eduardo Chillida. Many more can be found inside the house including an 18th century painting of the nativity scene.

Pol-lentia

Pol-lentia is a Roman ruin that is located outside of the walls of Alcudia and was built around 70 BC. This is the most important archeological site in Majorca and covered an area of 20 hectares geographically showing that it may have been quite a large city. Found here is the Portello residential area, remnants of the Forum and the Roman Theatre from the 1st century AD.

Coves Del Drac

All of Marjoca’s cave complexes cannot surpass the Coves Del Drac, it is utterly bewitching. A tour of this cave includes a 1.2 kilometer walk with a small crowd and will lead you to a large amphitheatre and lake where you will be able to enjoy a music recital. There are tours available every hour. At times this cave can seem like a cathedral and sometimes it can feel like a forest with large and impressive stalactites and stalagmites adorning the chambers.