Summer Vacation in Majorca

The enchanting Spanish island of Majorca is famous for its beautiful sandy beaches and rich culture. There is plenty here for people of all ages to enjoy, which makes Majorca an excellent family destination. In order to get a great deal on your trip, make sure that you book your holiday on

Most visitors to Majorca will want to head straight to the beach to soak up the sun. There are numerous pretty beaches to be found in the northeast of the island, especially in the bays of Alcudia and Pollensa. However, the beaches in the south of the island tend to be the most popular and Santa Ponsa beach in particular attracts large crowds of sun worshippers during the summer months.

Majorca is surrounded by exceptionally cool and clear water, which makes this a great place to try snorkelling and scuba diving. There are plenty of stunning dive sites located just a short boat trip from Majorca such as Dragonera Island Natural Park that are simply teeming with colourful marine life. Among the other types of water sports that are just waiting to be tried in here are windsurfing, kayaking and wakeboarding.

Visitors to Majorca should also allow plenty of time to explore the island’s magnificent architecture. The Museu de Majorca is situated inside an enchanting 15th century Almudaina palace and provides an excellent insight into the history and culture of the island. Other attractions that should not be missed include the Moslem and Bellvar castles, the Banyas Arabas and the nature reserve of La Reserva Puid de Galatzó, while wandering along the cobbled streets of Palma de Majorca is a great way to unwind.

Majorca is famous for its delicious cuisine, and some of the must-try dishes include seafood paella, a type of vegetable and meat soup known as sopes Mallorquines and spicy pork sausage known as sobrassada. The largest selection of restaurants and other eateries in Majorca can be found in the capital town of Palma and visitors are sure to find plenty here to get their taste buds tingling.