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About Majorca

Majorca (the English name for Mallorca) offers beaches, nightlife, tours and restaurants on tap, meaning it’s a great choice for family holidays and group holidays alike. We’ve got more than 1,000 hotels and apartments for you to choose from, so whether you’re looking for 5-star luxury, or you’re on a tight budget, you can plan your perfect stay in Majorca. If you’re with teens they’ll be safe exploring your chosen resort while you sit back and relax, and if you want to keep a closer eye on them there are lots of great trips, excursions and activities that will appeal to all ages.

Majorca’s beaches are simply stunning, and with baking hot summer days pretty much guaranteed from May to September you’ll be able to make the most of them, and the clear waters.

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Book cheap holidays in Majorca with us. We offer lots of flights to Palma from the UK, as well as a huge selection of great hotels so you can tailor-make Majorca holidays whatever budget you’re on. We’ve picked out some of our customer favourites below as well as some fast facts about Majorca if you’ve never been before.

When To Go

Majorca is hot and sunny for a lot of the year, making it popular with families and groups alike. As with the Spanish mainland, the hottest months are June, July and August, while the cooler months are November to March. For a cheaper holiday and with a more grown up feel, choose to holiday in Majorca in April, May, September or October, when the weather is still great for lying on a beach, but the kids have gone back to school. Families should look out for family-friendly hotels or apartments to set up a little home away from home.

Fast facts about Majorca

  • Currency
    Euro (€)
  • Nearest airport
    Palma – approximately 65km Alcudia and 20km to Magaluf
  • Official Language
    Spanish, however it’s popular with Brits so English is widely spoken
  • Time
    1 hour ahead of the UK
  • Time from airport
    Approximately 1 hour by bus or taxi to Alcudia and 30mins to Magaluf

Sightseeing and must-sees

  • Alcudia Old Town
    This walled town is a really lovely way to spend an hour or two, and to see how the people of Alcudia used to live.
  • Cap de Formentor
    Quite simply a spectacular view that is worth the snaking trip around the mountains.
  • Pirates Adventure Show
    You’d expect top notch entertainment in Magaluf and that’s exactly what this show offers. Don’t miss this heady mix of drama, comedy and fun, suitable for all the family.
  • Segpark Cala Ratjada
    These little machines are so much fun! Whether you want to race your friends or just experience something new, we would highly recommend jumping on a Segway in Majorca.
  • Tren de Soller
    A fabulous train ride that will give you a taste of old Majorca and magical scenery. Hop on and off to explore the local cafés and streets – you will love it.