Majorca holidays take you to the Balearic archipelago, east of the Spanish mainland in the Mediterranean Sea. The largest of the islands, its variety of resorts, some peaceful and relaxed, others lively and active, cater for all age groups. With a short flight from Britain and a promise of long hot summers, superb beaches and crystal clear waters, it is no surprise that Majorca holidays are so popular. Whether you choose a coastal resort or an inland village, you'll be delighted by the landscape, the quality of accommodation and the traditional cuisine.
The topography of Majorca changes as you move north, with most sandy beaches to the south and east, and dramatic mountains and cliff faces to the north and west. To experience the full scenic splendour of the island, car hire is recommended. Majorca holidays have many fans and for the majority of holidaymakers, one visit is not enough. The many resorts differ so much in atmosphere that one person's experience of Majorca may be at variance with another. There are family friendly resorts where the beaches are superb and the evenings are as relaxed as the day, and there are full on, in your face party towns, with dusk to dawn entertainment. While summer is the most popular time to visit, early and late season attracts hill walkers and cyclists who wish for cooler temperatures. Standards of accommodation are high and restaurants cater for all. Whatever you fancy, be it traditional island fare, international cuisine or a quick bite in a fast food outlet, Majorca restaurants will satisfy your hunger. There are shops and markets galore supplying the obligatory gifts and souvenirs, and a whole array of venues provide evening entertainment that caters for all moods. Majorca holidays have all the ingredients for a perfect break in the sun.