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.
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.
Places to Visit
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.
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.