Majorca Holidays 2022/2023

As the largest and most popular of the Balearic Islands off Spain's southern coast, Majorca attracts enraptured visitors year after year.

Majorca Holiday Deals 2022/2023

Sun, sea, sand and sangria

Boasting some of the finest beaches in Europe and a climate that is agreeable throughout the calendar, plus fantastic amenities, plenty of nightlife options and truly stunning scenery and architecture, it’s no surprise that Majorca has become the poster-child for Mediterranean getaways.

Of course, that’s not even factoring in Majorca’s biggest attraction for many holidaymakers – the pristine stretches of sand that encircle it. For many Brits, the name Majorca conjures up images of sun-kissed beaches fringed by towering hotel skyscrapers and bustling with package holidaymakers looking for plenty of fun in the sun.

If a beach-party-sleep-repeat holiday formula is what you’re searching for, you’ll certainly find it on the island, with a highly-developed tourist infrastructure and world-class coastlines hugging its shores. However, there’s also plenty of variation when it comes last minute holidays to Majorca so it really does have something for all types of tourists.

Majorca offers budget digs or 5* accommodation, fast food or fine dining, chilled out bars or all-night clubs and lazy beach days or high-adrenaline watersports.

Currency: Euro

Language: Catalan

Time Difference: GMT +1

Population: 850,000

Religion: Roman Catholic


Cala d'Or

The thriving resort of Cala d'Or is a popular destination for last minute holidays to Majorca, due to its seven gorgeous beaches and stunning natural scenery. Developed around a charming fishing village, Cala d'Or has grown to become one of Majorca's most visited holiday spots. If you're looking for a trip with plenty of outdoor activities and beaches to explore, Cala d'Or could be for you.

Cala San Vicente

In this upmarket corner of northwest Majorca, Cala San Vicente is first and foremost a traditional fishing village and secondly a holiday destination. Visitors are spoilt with three beaches, but expect to share them with the fishermen tending their nets. Days are spent on the beaches or discovering the beauty of the area and nights are low key, eating Majorcan treats in authentic restaurants and watching the sun set beyond the cliffs.


For great weather and good times, you can't beat holidays to Majorca – especially those that take you straight to the cosmopolitan capital of Palma. Filled with spectacular architecture, tourist-friendly attractions, brilliant nightlife and picture-perfect beaches, this popular destination in the Balearic Islands keeps welcoming holidaymakers from near and far, time and time again. Perfect for families or an adult crowd, Palma holidays have something special to offer everyone and leaves no doubt as to why Spain always has been and always will be one of the most popular holiday hotspots in the world.


An area of southern Majorca that is filled with fascinating towns, natural surroundings and glorious beaches; all of this and more can be enjoyed on Santanyi holidays.


Nestled into the countryside at the foot of a mountain range, Alaro offers a rustic alternative to Majorca's otherwise beach-led resorts. Hiking and cycling are the name of the game here, with trails leading up into the nearby mountains. The payoff for making it to the top is a fortress fit for kings and queens, plus sweeping views that extend for miles. An island that's great for couples' getaways and family holidays, Majorca isn't just about the livelier nightlife of bigger towns – as Alaro shows us well.


In the relaxed town of Alcudia visitors can experience culinary revelations, ancient Roman happenings and, most of all, some serious rest and relaxation. From winding along the rugged coast on a 4x4 experience, to hiking into hidden caves nestled into the coastline, there's no limit to what you can do on this half of the island. Or, of course, you can just set up camp underneath a thatched umbrella and gaze out at the sea.


Arenal has earned itself a reputation as a nightlife hotspot, making it popular with 18 to 30s, but you don't have to be a party animal to enjoy it. It's packed with bustling beaches, thrilling watersports, plus a waterpark making Arenal one of Majorca's most popular destinations for those who enjoy an active holiday.


Step into Caimari and you'll be whisked back to old-world Spain, with rustic villas and the Serra de Tramuntana mountains sloping in the distance. With quiet restaurants lining the scenic town square, Caimari is the picture of laidback tranquillity, ideal for family holidays to Majorca or cosy couples' trips. Should you want to liven things up, the coastal town of Alcudia isn't far away.

Cala Barca

Cala Barca is in a serene cove, backed by trees that provide a scenic backdrop for relaxing holidays to Majorca. This peaceful retreat isn't laden with bars and restaurants, but has a lone beachside club and is an excellent spot for scuba diving between naps on the beach. The busy town of Cala Dor is close by, and there you'll find a marina teeming with watersports, bars and restaurants, plus some seriously luxurious shopping.

San Agustin

San Agustin is a small fishing port that has a little bit of everything. It's a quiet base with good restaurants, bars and spectacular ocean views out over the yachts bobbing peacefully in the marina. A pleasant 10-minute walk will take you to its sister resort of Cala Mayor, which features one of the finest beaches on the whole island of Majorca, whereas a 15-minute drive will take you to the island's capital, Palma, for culture and shopping, and party central Magaluf for a wild night out.

Cala Bona

The east coast fishing town of Cala Bona has blossomed during the Majorcan tourism boom. A once-quiet area, it is now home to numerous restaurants and attractions built upon the pull of its handy location, picture-prefect beaches, scenic views and now, the kind of classic All Inclusive hotels Majorca does so well. With so much to do in Cala Bona, you'll forget you're in a functioning fishing town and not in a busy metropolis.

Cala Millor

Families and couples on holidays to Majorca love Cala Millor because there's plenty to keep everyone amused from fun parks to Segway™ rides, horse-riding to browsing the shops. Then there's the beach. Stretching along the shore for six kilometres, there's so much sand to sink into and the waters are full of sports, fishing and boat trips. There's also lively, family-friendly nightlife and a stunning nature reserve to explore.

Cala Vinas

The calm resort of Cala Vinas feels quite secluded with its cosy beach and small collection of bars and restaurants. However, it has the benefit of being close to party central Magaluf for fun night out and Majorca's capital, Palma, to make cultural visits and shopping trips. Cala Vinas boasts many quality hotels, ideal for All Inclusive holidays to Majorca.

Calas De Mallorca

The modern, stylish and quiet resort of Calas de Mallorca boasts beautiful coves, breathtaking coastal walks and a Blue Flag beach. If you're looking for more than just a pretty face, Calas de Mallorca also has a buzzing commercial centre, fantastic accommodation options and the best market in Majorca right around the corner. With well-maintained and efficient public transport, it's also a great base for exploring further afield.

Camp De Mar

In the southwest corner of Majorca you'll find exclusive Camp de Mar, a well-kept secret which has avoided tourist traps for decades. Not your average package holiday destination, this resort has luxury villas and swanky hotels frequented by the rich and famous looking for their own peaceful little slice of the island. Some of the most luxury holidays to Majorca begin and end at Camp de Mar.

Can Picafort

Ca'n Picafort is equally suited for experiencing a romantic pleasure cruise with that special someone as it is to getting close to wildlife with the whole family in its famous nature reserve. You can also explore the history of Majorca in one of almost 200 historical and archaeological sites. With its spotless beaches, great bars and restaurants and its wealth of culture, Ca'n Picafort is an ever-popular All Inclusive Majorca holiday resort.

Costa De Los Pinos

Costa de Los Pinos sits at the end of the Cala Millor bay, with plenty of sun, sand and sea for its visitors to enjoy. Its relaxed atmosphere makes it the ideal family getaway spot. With sprawling natural parks and its own quiet strip of coastal paradise, Costa de Los Pinos is understated, calm and idyllic. Costa de Los Pinos makes a great last minute holiday to Majorca, as the perfect getaway from busy life at home.


Deya is a calm spot on the northwest coast of Majorca. Known for its rich artistic heritage, it has become a second home for countless painters, writers and musicians over the years who come to portray the breathtaking landscape. A trip to Deya is about more than beachside relaxation, it's about getting back in touch with nature. With wide open spaces and plenty of fresh air, Deya is a must-visit for family holidays to Majorca.


The main attraction of luxurious Illetas is its beach - tucked into a luscious, green cove with a stylish beach club nearby. The resort exudes upscale vibes, from fine-dining to swanky hotels. With holidays to Majorca being all about relaxing in the sun, swimming in the sea, and forgetting life's troubles, Illetas is a top destination. It's sandwiched between cultural capital Palma and party central Magaluf, so whether you're after a relaxing break, a shopping trip or a wild night out, Illetas is a great base.


Welcome to party central. Drinking and dancing until dawn is the name of the game here, with Magaluf being home to some of the best bars and clubs in Majorca. Stay right in the action for an easy stumble back to your hotel, or on the outskirts for wild nights followed by a good night's - or should we say morning's - sleep.


Paguera's main attractions are the three stunning golden sand beaches that are connected by a long promenade that allows you to walk from shore to shore. Aside from beach relaxation on cheap holidays to Majorca, there are water sports and boat trips to keep you amused. The town is busy at night with bars and clubs open until late or you can relax in one of the restaurants with a cold drink.

Palma Nova

Holidaymakers head to Palma Nova for its combination of beautiful beaches, long promenades and quiet hotels, with the benefit of Majorca's party capital Magaluf just down the road. By day you can explore the natural beauty of Palma Nova, take part in some watersports or visit the cultured capital Palma. At night time it's up to you whether you stay in the family-friendly bars in Palma Nova or crank things up at the all-night parties of Magaluf.


Holidays to Felanitx let you see the real Majorca. Get to know its locals in weekly markets, see its traditional way of life at the parish church and step back in time with the slower pace of village life. This rural town is in south-east Majorca, around an hour's drive from the capital, Palma. Felanitx is famous for its wine and capers, and is in the heart of the island's second biggest wine-producing region. The countryside surrounding Felanitx is sublime – think verdant greenery, with big rolling hills. You can easily get to the coast too, as with all holidays to Majorca, but Felanitx's delights lie in its traditions, its beautiful countryside and its historical insights into the region.


Llucmajor holidays bring you a charming rustic town surrounded by secluded beaches, sweet-smelling almond orchards and manicured hills. Like most holidays to Majorca, you have brilliant beaches and different attractions nearby, as well as delicious food served in family-run restaurants. Llucmajor has a rich and varied history. From famous battles to pirates, there's a lot to discover about this little corner of Majorca. The town itself has restaurants, hotels and villas, and 16 villages sit on its outskirts. More and more visitors are heading to Llucmajor for its sedate lifestyle and glimpses of Spain's glorious countryside.

Playa De Muro

This secluded spot, nestled between Alcudia and Can Picafort, is popular with honeymooners and couples who want relaxation, pampering or a romantic escape. The resort is surrounded by immense natural beauty, from the clear, blue sea that laps its pristine shores to the lush national park behind it. Peaceful Playa de Muro has only recently been built up from a sleepy fishing village, but is already making its mark as an exclusive destination, thanks to its luxury 4* and 5* resorts. Playa de Muro is absolutely renowned for luxury, romantic holidays to Majorca.

Portals Nous

If you're planning holidays to Majorca and you're looking for an upmarket beach destination, Portals Nous holidays are ideal. This swanky resort boasts a glitzy marina, known as Puerto Portals, and a duo of pristine beaches with clear waters. Home to stunning sunsets and fine dining restaurants, it's a great spot for a mini-break, but Portal Nous holidays are just as popular with families, as there are plenty of kid-friendly activities nearby.

Porto Petro

On the south-east coast of Majorca, there lies a fishing village that's largely untouched by commercial tourism. Colourful houses surround a small port where fishing boats are neighbours with yachts, and restaurants and craft shops vie for attention along the harbour. If you're looking for a peaceful resort from which to explore beautiful Majorca, book your holiday to Porto Petro now. Not far from the village, you'll find some of the best beaches on the island. And Mondragó Natural Park is just five minutes away, with its stunning beaches surrounded by imposing cliffs and wetlands inhabited by migratory birds.

Son Servera

Escape to a peaceful part of Majorca on Son Severa holidays, where all you'll have to worry about is what beach to visit and where to eat in the evenings. Like most holidays to Majorca, you have gorgeous hiking trails weaving around the town and surrounding countryside, as well as spectacular beaches and delicious Spanish cuisine. Tucked into the eastern coastline of the island, Son Severa boasts golden beaches, craggy hillsides and rolling green landscapes. Once you've spent the day on the beach, you can while away the evening hours in some of the locals' favourite haunts. When you're up for something more lively, Cala Millor is just five minutes away.

Playa De Palma

Situated between the capital Palma and the popular beach resort of Arenal, Playa de Palma is a fun, but not too loud, place for couples and families to spend their holidays. One of the biggest resorts in Majorca, the huge beach has loads of facilities and sports to play – enough to keep everyone entertained on an All Inclusive Majorca vacation. Very close to the airport, the transfer to Playa de Palma is just 15 minutes – ideal if you're travelling with children.


In this beautiful part of northern Majorca, high mountains covered in pine trees surround Pollensa and roll down to the bay, to the beach. The cobbled streets of Pollensa are brimming with history, art and music. Walking around town you can visit the 14th century monastery, pop into art galleries and independent shops or take your time over an evening meal.

Porto Colom

Nestled in a sheltered cove on the south east coast of Majorca, Porto Colom has been welcoming visitors to its shores for decades. Unlike other resorts though, Porto Colom has successfully retained its quaint, rustic charm over the years. Its bustling harbour is studded with boats of all shapes and sizes and set against the backdrop of row upon row of pastel-coloured villas. Cheap holidays to Majorca do not have to be in built up tourist areas, but can be in authentic and charming areas too.

Porto Cristo

The town is still a thriving fishing village and this diversity ensures that it retains a certain charm in comparison to some of the larger resorts on the island. You won't find high-rise hotels dominating the landscape of Porto Cristo, and the town prides itself on offering holiday-goers a relaxed experience, sure to recharge your batteries.

Puerto De Soller

This charming little town on the northwest coast of Majorca is sandwiched between the breath-taking Serra de Tramuntana peaks and the glittering Mediterranean Sea, offering the best of both worlds. So at Puerto de Soller, you can have your alpine cake and take it surfing. The resort is nestled inside one of the many horseshoe bays on Majorca's coasts, making it a scenic and peaceful retreat for those looking for a good dose of rest and relaxation.

Puerto Pollensa

Puerto Pollensa is one of Majorca's major tourism hotspots, renowned for cheap holidays to Majorca. Tucked away in a sheltered bay on the north-eastern tip of the island, the resort offers stunning vistas, superb gastronomy and beautiful beaches that are a winning combination with holidaymakers. The rolling hills of the Tramuntana mountain range are a veritable paradise for hikers and cyclists. Meanwhile, the huge range of activities and still waters of the bay attract family travellers year after year.

Sa Coma

Sa Coma is a fully contained, family-friendly destination that combines beautiful stretches of pale sand and clear waters with a handful of exciting parks and attractions, all within easy reach of the town. The energetic resort of Cala Millor is just a tram ride away, whereas the culinary paradise of S'Illot is within walking distance.

Santa Ponsa

With a long-standing tradition as one of Majorca's favourite destinations for Britons, Santa Ponsa is an ideally-situated tourist hotspot on the south-west coast of the island. As with most resorts for cheap holidays to Majorca, one of the main draws of Santa Ponsa is its idyllic stretches of sand.

The allure of tranquility

Those seeking a quieter retreat can lose themselves in Majorca’s more serene coastal resorts. There are a number of charming villages, away from the major tourist hubs, with their own peaceful beaches to stretch out on.

Exploring the interior of the island, dotted with fincas and fertile farmland, is perfect for a romantic getaway or a hiking holiday. In particular, the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range which runs down the western side of Majorca is a popular choice with avid mountaineers and hill-walkers and you could spend all week searching out different pockets of natural beauty.

The area is equally popular with cyclists, many of whom use it as a training track throughout the off-season. Late winter is a particularly spectacular time to swing by, on account of the millions of almond trees in blossom throughout January and February, making Majorca holiday All Inclusive packages a great choice all year round.

Soak up the culture

In recent years, residents of Majorca have worked hard to restore the island to its former glory, renovating country manors and villas to showcase the heritage and history of the island. The ruins of castles and monasteries remain across the island as relics of its once-illustrious past as a Mediterranean stronghold. In the capital, Palma, there are fantastic architectural examples on display in the shape of grand palaces, abandoned forts and awe-inspiring cathedrals.

Meanwhile, the windmills, vineyards, olive groves and rustic towns which dominate Es Pla, the rural heartland of the island, provide an insight into a side of Majorca which has survived its recent rise in the tourism charts.

A gastronomic extravaganza

A revolution in Majorcan cooking has seen traditional styles being fused with modern twists in a creative burst of flavour. In fact, as of October 2015, the island boasted seven Michelin-starred restaurants, meaning that you can sample some truly unique and outstanding dishes across the island. There really hasn’t been a better time to satisfy your stomach here, so make sure that even on All Inclusive holidays to Majorca you still take time to explore the local cuisine.

As well as visiting the many wineries that are scattered across the central region of Majorca, you can also learn how to make delicious Majorcan-style produce for yourself. There are olive and grape harvests to take part in and lessons on how to create the island’s famous pork sausage – sobrasada – to add a little Spanish flair to your next dinner party.

Bring the little ones too

Majorca is so much more than a boozy break or romantic retreat – it also offers a myriad of different options to satisfy all of the family. At Jungle Parc you can swing from tree to tree like Tarzan or Jane, as it provides canopied excitement for all ages on its zip lines, swings and obstacle courses.

Katmandu Park is one of Europe’s premier amusement theme parks, combining water slides with 4D interactive rides and a plethora of other enchanting attractions to guarantee both adults and nippers leave delighted.

There are family-friendly beaches with clean shores and calm waves, and plenty of snorkelling spots and caves to explore. There’s also a safari zoo, a marine park and a handful of waterparks to make a splash in too.