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This amazing island manages to pack in dozens of different styled resorts with miles of nature and space to spare. Majorca holidays can offer everything from relaxing beach breaks to adventurous mountain hikes and, of course, 24/7 party atmospheres.
Not only is Majorca a favourite with British holidaymakers, but you'll find folk from all over Europe and further afield here. In recent years, Majorca has welcomed over six million visitors into its sunny arms. That's pretty impressive for such a small island.
With so many resorts, each with their own personality, holidays to Majorca caters for everyone. There are fun resorts for the kids, parents and grandparents, there are hideaway resorts for couples to enjoy each other's company, and there are wild club-centric resorts for groups of friends.
The coastline of Alcudia is teeming with beach space as it stretches for 8km with plenty of other sands to discover outside the town.
This family resort offers plenty of activities that can be enjoyed by all ages including Hidropark, a go-kart track and a 54-hole mini golf course. To spend a day moving at a leisurely pace, head towards the old town of Alcudia where sand coloured buildings and castle walls surround a good selection of shops and restaurants.
This north east coast resort provides a great selection of lively bars which offer nightly entertainment that the whole family will love.
Cala Bona is part tourist hotspot, part fishing village and the town's harbour is an attractive area where the two worlds merge. Dozens of boats dock here but visitors will want to sample the many bakeries and restaurants that are found at the marina.
Cala Bona shares Cala Millor's large beach but also has a small shingled beach of its own. There are street performers in the town during the summer to entertain tourists and there are pleasant pubs that aim to do the same.
Cala Millor has now been catering for tourists for more than 80 years but it is still known as a modern tourist resort. That's thanks to the great selection of new hotels as well as the amenities that are ideally placed for visitors to enjoy.
A lively beach filled with water sports and beach bars runs throughout the length of the town. The shoreline is soft and shallow making it a great area for the kids to paddle in.
There are miles of beautiful natural scenery around Cala Millor and there are a number of tours available so that you can experience it all.
Holding a bad boy reputation throughout Europe, visitors can't help but return year after year to experience the thrills and spills of Magaluf's party atmosphere. Not a destination for the kids, 18-30s love this wild resort.
World famous clubs like BCM, Sol Wave and Stereo Bar provide memorable nights out with thousands of partygoers filling the streets, bars and clubs here.
During the hot summer days, cool down along Magaluf's glorious 1km long beach or head over to the popular Western Water Park.
One of the first tourism towns built in Majorca, Palma Nova knows a thing or two about giving visitors a good holiday.
This is a lively resort that features plenty of beach fun, vibrant bars and restaurants as well as convenient links to nearby attractions. Despite all this, Palma Nova is comparatively calmer than its neighbour Magaluf whose nightclubs are just a five minute drive away.
There are three beaches to choose from here and there is a great selection of places to dine that look out to sea. Palma Nova is a great destination for tourists to enjoy great weather on a great bay.
Majorca basks in 300 days of sunshine each year and in the summer months temperatures soar above 30C. Average temperatures peak at 25C in August and drop to a mild 9C in January.
Family holiday resorts will no doubt get busier outside of school term time while the summer months will also be the busiest for the clubbing resorts.
Over the summer there are often music festivals held in larger towns. The genres cover classical Spanish to jazz or flamenco. They're always an enjoyable occasion though where locals and tourists get in the spirit together.
Found on the outskirts of Magaluf, this waterpark is filled with hair-raising slides, a soothing lazy river and a powerful wave pool. The footfall gets as busy as Magaluf's bars so arrive early to beat the queues. Cafes and restaurants offer delicious meals to keep you here all day too.
One of Europe's most famous nightclubs is found in the vibrant and manic resort of Magaluf. The party never stops in this resort and BCM is the main attraction for nightlife here. With world class entertainment and acts, nightly events and free swag when you pay your entry fee, it is a must see.
Majorca has a rocky terrain that seems specifically designed for adventure. The Experience Mallorca team will take you trekking through rocky mountains, scaling towering cliffs and swimming through dark sea caves. The company's centre is in Ca'n Picafort but you can book your voyage from anywhere.
A unique experience that can be found on the east end of the island. The Caves of Drach have been looked after for centuries and it is now a wonderfully lit spectacle that offers boat rides through the underground pools as well as hourly live classical music concerts.
The capital of Majorca is a treasure trove of history and culture, Palma offers a drastically different holiday experience to the surroundings resorts on the south coast of the island. While strolling through the charming streets you'll find castles and cathedrals as well as the island's best selection of shops and restaurants.
Spreading from the west to the north of the island, there are villages, churches and castle ruins to discover across the Serra de Tramuntana mountain terrain. Enjoy the stunning views of the island and coastline from any one of the several mountain peaks too.
Dubbed the Orange Express because of the route it takes through the orange mangroves, this wooden tram runs between Soller and the coastal Puerto de Soller. It's a convenient and fun way to make the 5km trek; you'll wish more towns offered this novelty but this is a one of a kind in Majorca.