There’s still time for Majorca!


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Off season travel is always a bargain. Majorca is one of the most popular destinations in Spain, but the number of tourists definitely starts to slow down around October time, and this can be a great time to visit the island! Having visited Majorca during the first week of October myself, the atmosphere couldn’t be better at this time of year.  I made sure to pack at least a cardigan as I thought the temperatures would drop down a little bit during the night time, or it would’ve been rainy and cold at some points during the day, but how mistaken was I!

The island is fun-filled with activities to do and – with October not being exactly a peak month to visit Majorca – sun loungers are free, the beaches are never packed, and queues are almost non existent! The island caters for all holiday makers, so we have listed down some of the best activities to do in Majorca:

Le Seu Cathedral 

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Palma de Majorca’s Santa Maria cathedral, which is also known as Le Seu, is an unmissable sight. If you catch a bus from the airport to city centre, you’ll be able to see it right away from a distance. Its’ interior is just as magnificent as the outside. You should definitely make some time to step inside and experience watching the sun stream through the beautiful stained glass windows.

Caves of Drach 

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The mysterious Caves of Drach (which translates to Dragon Caves) are one of the most popular attractions in Majorca.

The limestone caves are dark and cool, and resemble thousands of spiky parsnips hanging from the ceiling which is an spectacular view. An underground lake inside the caves called Lake Martel, is the largest underground lake in Europe of about 115m in length, and up to 12 metres in depth. Tours usually include a classical music concert and a boat trip across Lake Martel.

Check out this tour  where you’ll be taken to the three main caves, Cueva Negra (Black Cave), Cueva Blanca (White Cave) and Cueva Luis Salvator.

Katmandu Park


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A perfect option for a family day out, the Katmandu park is a great option to entertain the little ones. The place is jam packed with fun rides, climbing thrills, a 4D cinema, and even a splash park!

Make sure to get a VIP Passport to get an all inclusive package with unlimited rides for the whole day!

Hot Air Balloon

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If you’re after great views of stunning landscapes dotted with olive groves and windmills, scenic mountains and coast lines of Majorca, there is no better way of doing this than by taking a hot air balloon trip. Spend an afternoon helping to build the balloon you’re going to fly with, and savour a coffee made on site before heading up on a 90 minute flight, 500 metres above Majorca! 

Check out the best deals for Hot Air Balloon tours in Majorca here!

Palma

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A trip to Majorca is not complete without a visit to its beautiful capital, Palma. There are lots of gorgeous churches and museums to explore, but if you’re looking for places to shop around before heading back home, Palma is also a great place to indulge in some retail therapy! Check out this Palma Shopping Tour if that sounds up your street!

If you’re looking for accommodation in the western part of the Majorca, we have rounded up a few hotels below:

H10 Punta Negra

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The hotel is located on the beautiful and peaceful area of Costa d’en Blanes, covered in pine woods, with a sandy beach is just a few metres away. The area is also a short walk away from shops and entertainment, and only 20 km away from the airport. There is an outdoor swimming pool in the garden as well as an indoor swimming pool and spa with Turkish bath and sauna.

The hotel is surrounded by the Mediterranean sea and the good news is all rooms feature a balcony or terrace with spectacular sea views!

What our customers said about this hotel:

  • Michelle from Peterborough, United Kingdom
    Really lovely hotel with very helpful staff. Rooms were well sized and clean and all had balconies with sea view, The pool area was lovely and the grounds were well kept. We only stayed for 2 nights but we couldn’t have asked for more and would have happily stayed for longer. Bar area was nice and the breakfast was fantastic!
    Score: 8.9 Excellent!


H10 Blue Mar

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Perfect for couples looking for an easy-going break,  this hotel is for adults only and is located on the seafront of one of Majorca’s best beaches, Camp de Mar.
The H10 Blue Mar also has amazing sea views and has just featured a brand new Chill-Out terrace for guests to enjoy full panoramic views.

What our customers have said about this hotel:

  • Jane from Weston-Super-Mare, United Kingdom
    Adults only hotel, we stayed B&B only great breakfast fresh cooked omelettes lots of choice plenty of fruit. Reasonable bar prices for both drinks and food, staff very friendly and very helpful. Right on the beach with its own private door entry, beach towels provided and hair dryers in the room complimentary toiletries which are topped up as you use them.
    Top Tip: 7 euro taxi journey takes you to the nearest Port where there are lots of restaurants and shops.
    Score: 9.1 Magnificent!