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Mallorca (Majorca) Hotels and Apartments
Mallorca (Majorca) Overview
Hotels and Apartments in Majorca
Majorca is one of Spain’s little gems. Positioned neatly in the Balearics, the island has so much variety when it comes to hotels in Majorca that it ticks every box. As one of the prime destinations for beach holidays, you can find a large number of hotels in Majorca. Accommodation in Majorca are available round the year with peak season during the season when Majorca hotels record above 95% bookings. If you are looking for cheap hotels in Majorca, you can easily find a budget 3-star hotel near the beach or in the town centre. Club Cala Romani, Jardin del Mar, Sun Beach, HM Martinique, Fergus Tobago, Seramar Luna, etc. are some of the top picks in budget hotels in Majorca.
For decades, Majorca has been the destination of choice for many holidaymakers. It is the largest of the Balearic Islands and this means it has so much to offer. It has stunning scenery, mountains, sprawling greenery and beaches that cannot be ignored. This cosmopolitan island offers so much but it still holds on to its traditions and history with roman ruins and monasteries adding to its delicate charm.
Where to stay in Majorca
When it comes to Majorca hotels, you really are spoilt for choice. There are resorts scattered across the island and places like Sa Coma, Santa Ponsa, Palma Nova and Magaluf all offer lavish, all-inclusive hotels or basic hotels for those who want a simple holiday. You can book one of the self-catering apartments in Majorca and stay like a local. Most of the Majorca apartments offer a bar and a café where you can dine or enjoy cocktails by the pool. Hotels in Mallorca are ideal whether you are travelling with friends, family or solo as you can find something for everyone. You can also book one of the adults-only hotels in Majorca if you wish to stay away from kids or looking for a tranquil retreat. A wide range of Majorca accommodation is available for online booking so you can choose from among seafront apartments or luxury villas. You will also find hotels in Majorca with integrated water parks where you can enjoy all day.
What to See and do in Majorca
While you are on holiday in Majorca there is plenty top see any do – if you can drag yourself away from your sun lounger! The island is known for its beaches and tranquil, turquoise waters so why not spend a day at the beach. The beaches are clean, safe and the sea is perfect for paddling and great for cooling off when you need to cool down. History is also in abundance on the island with Roman ruins, forts and monasteries to visit. Need that excitement and thrill? The why not get involved in some cliff jumping or caving tours. The rugged coastline in areas offers thrill seekers the perfect opportunity to get their pulses racing and adrenaline pumping.
Night Life in Majorca
The nightlife in Majorca is varied which makes it great for singles, couples and families. Palma is full of energy with trendy cocktail bars and discos as well as modern beach clubs where you can sip cocktails and watch the sun go down.
The likes of Cala d’Or and Pollensa are great for live entertainment and a more traditional evening out. There are many apartments and hotels positioned here which makes it a busy spot for holidaymakers but also families. However, if you need to party all night long then why not burn off some of the stored up energy in one of the many clubs in Magaluf, the party capital of the island. You can also enjoy your evening cocktail at the onsite bars in Majorca hotels, that organize live music in the peak season.
For those who simply want to feel the warmth and relaxation of a quiet evening, then the likes of Deia and Soller are perfect. Quiet bars and stylish bars can be found here, making it easy to slip into the vibe and really get into holiday mode.
What to Eat in Majorca
Traditional Majorcan cuisine revolves around fish, pork and vegetables with olive and garlic. These meals are well priced and are cooked using traditional methods and come packed with flavour. There is also a wide variety of restaurants in every resort that offer cuisines from every corner of the earth, including British. You are guaranteed to find something that catches your eye, regardless of your tastes and desires. The hotels in Majorca offer one or more restaurants onsite so you are never far from good food.
Shopping in Majorca
The largest shopping mall in Majorca can be found in the centre of Palma. This new shopping centre opened in 2016 and offers all the usual department stores and brands. It is also possible to find designer shopping at many of the Marinas on the island. The likes of Port Adriano and Puerto Portals offer designer shopping at the higher end of the market but in contrast to this, a more affordable option can be found at Alcudia or Pollenca. Various apartments in Majorca are located close to the supermarkets for your everyday shopping.
How Much Spending Money Will You Need?
The average price of a meal for two costing around €40 although some cheaper options can be found. A beer will cost a little over €2 while a coffee will be around €1.75. If you need to travel somewhere taxis are pretty cheap, starting at €3.95 with each additional KM costing €1.
Fun Facts about Majorca
- Nearest airport: Palma de Mallorca Airport
- Dublin to Palma flight time: 2 hours 40 minutes
- Palma de Mallorca Airport to Majorca: 40 minutes
- Language: Spanish
- Currency: Euro