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Majorca holidays

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Majorca holidays have something for everyone. If you are a young single or group of friends, you will probably want to check out Magaluf, which is popular for its fantastic beaches, nightlife and live performances. While Alcudia is a great place for families with its fun activities and relaxed atmosphere. You can also visit Porto Cristo if you are the kind of person who prefers to be in a calm and peaceful environment. And if you find the busy resorts on the north or east of Majorca unappealing, head to unspoilt Puerto Pollensa where the beaches are renowned for their gorgeous white sands.

Majorca Attractions

The island’s inland attractions compete for attention with the fantastic activities available on the coast. If you enjoy enormous water parks, zoos and entertainment, your first stop should be Palma Nova. Some of the best water parks in the whole of Europe are found at this resort, making it a great tourist destination. You should also try out some horse riding in Callas de Majorca and visit the peaceful botanical gardens of Soller.

Majorca Sights

Majorca is a land of contrasts. Santa Ponsa located near Cala Vinas, sits on a sparkling blue bay and offers great scenery and crystal clear water. Cala San Vicente and Torrenova sit on the north and south of the island and both are reasonably quiet resorts with stunning views out to sea. From perfect sandy beaches to buzzing nightlife, from the top to the bottom of the island, Majorca has it all.