Holidays to Majorca (also spelt Mallorca) can offer the perfect getaway for all types of visitors. Young people head for the vibrant nightlife and beaches of Magalluf and Palma Nova on the south coast. However, Majorca holidays can also appeal to couples and families looking for a quieter more relaxed atmosphere as found in the north or in resorts such as Calas de Mallorca. The lively resort of Santa Ponsa can offer holidays which suit both the young and old, offering a fantastic beach and a large selection of shops, bars and restaurants.
During your Majorca holiday a trip to Palma, the capital city of Majorca is a must, buzzing with life, highly fashionable and steeped in history. On holiday in Majorca, inland and along the coast you'll find many tiny villages untouched by time. A great bonus about taking your holiday in Majorca is that it's under a three hour flight away from the UK and, once there, you have a fantastic choice of cheap all-inclusive and half board hotels or, for those who want to sample the local cuisine, value for money self catering apartments.
Holidays to Majorca boast miles and miles of stunning coastline, family-friendly beaches, a wide range of hotels and apartments and a long list of activities to suit all ages. Majorca has been a popular holiday destination with the British for almost a century and is the largest of the Balearic Islands. Known as an island of contrasts, you will find a holiday to suit every age group. The beautiful sandy coves on the east coast offer holidays of peace, tranquility and wonderful scenery. The family orientated resorts in the north offer stunning, safe beaches and many good value all-inclusive hotels. The south-western part of the island attracts the young and young at heart. With great beaches and many bars and nightclubs, there is always something to do. Take a trip to the west of Majorca and you will see the mountainous area of La Calobra which offers some of the most stunning views on the island.
Whilst on holiday in Majorca the nightlife completely depends on which resort you choose to holiday in Mallorca. The Southern resorts in Majorca tend to be much more lively with resort such as Santa Ponsa, Palma Nova and Magaluf offering a wide selection of bars and clubs. The Northern resorts are alot quieter in comparison and the main nightlife is centered around bars and restaurants.
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