Palma de Mallorca and to the largest of the Balearic Islands. Majorca is a staple in the British holiday diet and for good reason – it’s packed with things to do for people of all ages and enjoys a wonderful, sun-kissed climate.
Alcudia Old Town
Perfect for culture vultures, the Old Town in Alcudia combines stunning architecture with top local cuisine and charming market stalls. Gander down hidden alleyways, unearth little shops and explore the castle in this old town with a modern twist.
Majorca’s party capital, Magaluf is infamous for its pubs, clubs and lively nightlife! A perfect getaway for young singles, large groups of friends and thrill seekers, if you’re looking for a lively escape, Magaluf will not disappoint.
Pirates Adventure Show
The Pirates Adventure Show has been lighting up Majorca’s entertainment scene for more than 25 years and in that time has amassed over 3 million satisfied customers. See the brave buccaneers do battle in a swashbuckling dinner show with a difference – including breath-taking gymnastics, acrobatics and dancing.
Experience a unique facet of Majorca and enjoy a day outside the tourism area in the peaceful nature of Cala Banyalbufar. Admire a narrow bay, take a refreshing natural shower under fresh water flowing down over some rocks and swim in a quiet and undisturbed atmosphere.
Do you know that seven chefs on Majorca have been awarded a Michelin Star? Enjoy a special gourmet experience in their restaurants. Besides there are many other restaurants suitable for every budget which are worth visiting and create a special, romantic atmosphere.