Majorca’s best beach
A seven-mile sandy stretch forms the centrepiece of the coastline in Alcudia. Add great waterparks and a stunning nature reserve and it’s little wonder Alcudia is Majorca’s most popular resort. It also offers a good choice of friendly British bars and Spanish restaurants serving up tapas with a smile.
Plenty to do in Palma Nova
Over on the southern coast of Majorca, Palma Nova is a favourite for its beaches and family-focused activities. Get stuck into mini-golf, see dolphins at Marineland or enjoy thrilling 4D rides at Katmandu Park. If you need a breather, a golden sandy shore is always nearby.
Flying into Palma means the city’s on your doorstep, with centuries-old architecture and magical monuments just waiting to wow. Follow in the footsteps of the Romans and Moors, or join the locals of today in the spectacular squares and watch the world go by. This is city-breaking at its best.