Majorca is the largest island in the Balearics so it should therefore come as little surprise that it is also the most popular with foreign visitors wanting to enjoy a Mediterranean break.

Stunning sandy beaches are to be found across the island, with the favourable weather conditions meaning you can lie back and top up your sun tan no matter what the time of year may be.

In fact, even in the height of winter, Majorca is a great option for escaping the less favourable weather conditions back home.

The clear blue waters to be found around the south of the island may be particularly appealing but Majorca isn’t just about the coastal regions.

Head inland to found stunning mountain regions and dramatic landscapes that showcase the other side of Majorca; a side that you’d be well advised to check out whilst you visit.

Whether you are ready for a night out in Magaluf, want to marvel at the gothic architecture of Palma or fancy a trip to one of six waterparks, you’re sure to enjoy a Majorcan adventure.

You just need to decide when, and where, to go.

  • Destination Info
  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Spanish

Hidropark Alcudia

One of the top waterparks to be found anywhere in Majorca, the Hidropark in Alcudia is the only one located towards the north of the island and is one of the most popular attractions in the resort. There is a splash pool area for small children as well as more high-speed, high-adrenaline offerings like kamikaze – making it a great day out for visitors of all ages.

Katmandu Park

If you are travelling with the children in tow on a break to Majorca then a trip the Katmandu Park is a must. The unique theme park offers fun for all ages with a range of different attractions that include the House of Magic, a 4D cinema and a waterpark.

Mondrago Natural Park

The Mondrago Natural Park is a short trip away from Cala d’Or and is well worth a visit for anyone who wants to embrace some of Majorca’s scenic beauty. The park is home to a number of unspoilt beaches that can be accessed through various hiking trails, with plenty to reward those who decide to take a stroll through the scenic landscapes.


Close to the Old Town in Alcudia you’ll find the roman ruins of Pollentia. Here, you can gain an insight into what the resort was like thousands of years ago, with the archaeological site that contains the ruins of a whole residential area whilst there is a museum where you can explore various artefacts that have been uncovered through years of excavation work.

Enjoy seafood at Puerto Pollensa marina

There are various restaurants located across Puerto Pollensa that provide the chance to sample all manner of cuisine, but the marina area is where you need to go if you fancy sampling some seafood. You’ll be able to sample the freshest fish there is cooked in a traditional way, whilst dishes like paella are always popular.

Mallorca Rocks

Mallorca Rocks is one of the best festivals that there is and takes place every year in Magaluf. It promises performances from some of the biggest DJs around and will allow you to dance until the early hours to top quality music. You can’t fail to be entertained.