All Inclusive holidays to the Balearics provide family breaks and luxury stays
Fly to any of the Balearic Islands in just under three hours and a world of All Inclusive treats await.
The islands each have something unique to offer, but we can help you decide which one suits. Majorca is a delight to explore with Palma, it’s eclectic capital, packed with sightseeing and shopping. Resorts such as Alcudia offer the ideal base for relaxation with a delightful old town to explore.
Menorca is more laid-back and renowned for beautiful scenery, relaxed beaches and chilled out resorts such as Cala’n Bosch. And, offering everything from quiet spots such as Puerto San Miguel to club-packed resorts, Ibiza is an island of contrasts.
Majorca has great beaches wherever you go, head north for lively beach resorts like Alcudia with its fish restaurants and sandy shores. Alcudia Beach offers a large expanse of sands and plenty of cafes while along the coast Playa du Muro and C’an Picafort are also worth exploring. And on the Bay of Palma, Palma Nova offers a Blue Flag Beach and watersports galore.
In Menorca it’s turquoise waters all the way, with beaches in the north offering large expanses of velvet sands fringed by cafes and modern hotels. Beaches such as Arenal d’en Castell in the southeast are great for families, while in the southwest Cala’n Bosch provides sheltered crescent bays with a backdrop of grass peppered dunes.
And in Ibiza expect to find sandy beaches, transparent waters and hidden coves. On the north coast Puerto San Miguel offers a vast stretch of sands and a delightful crescent of water to splash around in while beaches on the south coast house trendy beach bars and provide gentle surf.
What's included in your holiday
All Inclusive holidays to the Balearic Islands will ensure all the essentials are paid for in the up-front price of your holiday. This generally means that all buffet meals, locally produced alcoholic and soft drinks and nightly entertainment is included. Transfers from the airport to the hotel are usually covered too and sometimes sporting activities. This will vary from hotel to hotel so make sure you check what’s included when you book, to avoid disappointment. And check out the hotels below to get the low down on their All Inclusive deals.
Other All Inclusive holiday destinations
The Balearic Islands have All Inclusive resorts galore, but if you’re not decided yet there are plenty more options. For year-round sunshine and varied resorts the Canary Islands may appeal. Historic Cyprus is another option, offering a mix of sightseeing and super beaches among its All Inclusive hotels. Or, those who’d like to travel a little further afield could consider Mexico with its fascinating Mayan ruins and dazzling resorts.
But, if the Balearics are your number one choice, check out our travel guide, which is packed with top travel tips. Here are a few All Inclusive hotels to start you off.
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The lively Club Mac Alcudia is a complex of three hotels with a variety of shared facilities including a grand total of eight pools. Offering unlimited access to the next door waterpark, three buffet restaurants and a complimentary bus to Alcudia Beach guests will have plenty to smile about. Daytime entertainment includes arts, crafts and team games, while in the evening live music, professional shows and quizzes will delight young and old.
With its very own waterpark, three pools and a host of sporting activities the Marina Parc Hotel is a great all-rounder. The buffet restaurant presents show cooking and Spanish and Chinese themed nights once per week and little ones will enjoy the kids' buffet. There's a playroom and kids' club, while adults and teenagers can play pool, billiards, tennis or volleyball. There's a gym for those who like to keep trim while away and it's a leisurely 10-minute walk to the nearest sandy beach.
The elegant Holiday Village Menorca has a range of facilities that will keep the whole family entertained. Close to the beach and with four pools to choose from, sunbathing venues are plentiful. All Inclusive meals are served in the buffet restaurant, plus there's an Italian a la carte and buffet barbecue. Sporty types can head to the gym, climbing wall or aerial adventure and take part in kayaking and archery. As well as kids' clubs, a playground and mini-disco, entertainment for grown-ups is varied and includes dance shows, party nights and cabaret.
Just a 10-minute walk from the beach, the Globales Mimosa is set in an ideal location with the bars of Palma Nova and clubs of Magaluf within easy reach. The hotel's large pool has a bar on hand for refreshments and you can get active with tennis, table tennis and petanque. The buffet restaurant serves a range of delicious dishes and the lounge bar is the place to be for evening drinks and entertainment as the sun sets.