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Late Deals to Majorca

Culture, history and a cosmopolitan atmosphere

Travel to the largest of the Balearic Islands and witness such versatility from the party atmospheres of Magaluf, the historical capital city of Palma, to value for money family friendly resorts

Late deals to Majorca are just a short flight of less than 3 hours from the UK, so you'll soon find yourself landing at Palma de Mallorca airport, 5 miles south of the capital Palma. Travelling to the north of the island you will reach the resort of Puerto Pollensa, ideal for families with its safe sandy beaches, and stunning views from its horseshoe shaped bay, with a wide range of bars and restaurants to choose from.

Alcudia, in the north east of the island offers fabulous family accommodation, with the largest beach on the island. Alcudia is lively without being noisy, and has a wonderful array of bars and restaurants, suiting all tastes and offering something for every budget. Visit the water-park, or take a boat trip or banana ride out into the bay, there's always something to do.

Enjoy a lively party atmosphere

For those of you who like to party, look no further than the vibrant Magaluf, situated just 40 minutes from the airport. Known as the party capital of the island, with over 100 bars and nightclubs, including British and karaoke bars, some of which stay open until the sun is rising!

Still have some energy left?? Then try go-carting or mini-golf, mountain biking or even dare to try a bungee jump! Magaluf is not just for adventurous adults, there is also the tremendous Aqualand Magaluf, where the whole family can enjoy themselves.

Quick Majorca Tips

The currency used on the island of Majorca is the Euro

The time difference between the UK and Majorca is GMT + 1 hour

Flying from the UK to Majorca takes approximately 2 hours 15 minutes

There are no visa requirements for UK passport holders for travel to Spain

A diverse island, with fabulous beaches, great for families

Looking for some culture? Then you need travel no further than the capital, Palma. With is stoic Cathedral dominating the skyline overlooking the harbour, work started on its structure in the 13th century and was still being carried out as recently as last year! The cosmopolitan harbour is a fabulous place to sit and people watch, with its multi million pound yachts and celebrity visitors, it is the place to be seen. On an evening the cobbled streets come to life, offering delightful places to eat and drink, with tapas or flamenco bars and sophisticated restaurants providing a delicious choice of international cuisine. Late deals to Majorca often include city breaks to Palma, for those looking for a quick getaway and change of scenery for a few days.

Golf holidays to Majorca

Sa Coma on the north east coast is a popular family resort and also one of the best places for golf holidays to Majorca having no fewer than 5 top class courses. Palma Nova in the south of the island has transfer times of just 20 minutes and is lively without being too over the top, another long standing family favourite on Majorca holidays.

Accommodation on the island covers all budgets, from self catering, family villas or upmarket hotels, as simple or as luxurious as you like. Majorca holidays have it all, from history and culture, to beaches and nightlife, it will leave you wanting to return again and again. Late deals to Majorca are available to book here online at Latedeals.co.uk.

Best restaurants in Majorca

Zen Cafe - Palma Nova
Conveniently set right on the beach, the Zen Cafe is ideal to pop into for refreshments during the day and provides a soft seating area to relax and chill out in. Come evening it is the perfect setting for a romantic meal overlooking the bay. Freshly caught grilled fish is a favourite from the menu and their home made coleslaw simply has to be tasted to be believed!

Fat Sam's - Santa Ponsa
The food here is plentiful and full of flavour. Guests often return frequently during holidays to Majorca to this top notch eatery, where steak is usually top of everybody's wanted list.

Best hotels in Majorca

Holiday Village Viva - C'an Picafort
One of First Choice's famous Holiday Villages, the entertainment and facilities at these villages are expertly designed to ensure the whole family has the perfect holiday, from chill out areas to kids clubs and water slides. The kids can never be bored at the Holiday Village Viva, and if the kids are happy then the grown ups usually are too.

Cala Bona Hotel - Cala Bona
Overlooking Cala Bona marina, this picturesque hotel is traditional and serene despite being just a stone's throw away from cafes, shops and the small sandy beach. The Cala Bona Hotel is perfect for couples and families seeking relaxing holidays and late deals to Majorca.

Top Places to Visit

Pirates
Enjoy a night of fun family entertainment at the world famous Pirates Show. It’s a musical show with panto and circus thrown in and is guaranteed to keep even the youngest in the family enthralled all night.

Orange Blossom Trail
Venture into the Tramuntana Mountains stopping off at traditional villages before climbing aboard the Orange Blossom Express and chugging through the fragrant pine trees and orange and lemon groves.

Palma
The island’s capital city is overflowing with charm and culture and well worth a visit. Take the time to pop into the fascinating La Seu Cathedral before hitting the modern boutiques and traditional market stalls.

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