Majorca is located in the Mediterranean Sea and is a favourite destination for many travellers each year. As you would expect from an island in the Mediterranean, Majorca benefits from a warm climate, with warmest months being between May and October. So if you are interested in Majorca holidays these are the times that you should travel there between.
There are plenty of things to do in Majorca, whether you’re young, old, or part of a couple. A great way to spend a couple of hours is wandering around Palma Cathedral, which is one of Majorca’s most popular tourist attractions. A drive from Alcudia to Andratx along the North West coast will give you the opportunity to really appreciate Majorca’s scenery.
If you prefer to experience the traditional side of Majorca the mountain towns of Valldemossa and Deia are perfect. Here you can stop for a drink and some tapas at one of the quaint old bars, and learn about the traditional side of Majorca. If you’re looking for a way to relax during your holiday in Majorca, a visit to a traditional town will be just the ticket.
For an experience you’ll always remember, venture to Porto Cristo and the incredible Caves of Drac. These are natural underground caves which have a stream and a lake within them. You can travel through the caves by boat, with dramatic music making the candle-lit caves even more atmospheric. Their caves are cold and dark, and have an eerie atmosphere which is in stark contrast to the hot and sunny atmosphere above ground. After all that activity you may want to just relax on the beach for a few hours. If this is the case, you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice with one of the island’s many beautiful beaches. Majorca is truly a haven for sun worshippers.
These are just a few of the things that you can do on a Majorca holiday and there is much more to discover. So choose Majorca holidays, and the fantastic accommodation options will ensure you have a wonderful time.