Majorca Travel Guide
Remaining beautiful even after a massive expansion and overhaul, Majorca continues to top the charts as a favourite holiday destination. With over 900 hotels, 2000 restaurants, 41 harbours, 12 golf courses and nearly 80 beaches, Majorca really does have something for everyone. For young holidaymakers, Palma Nova, Arenal and Magaluf are the places to be. All are teeming with bikini-adorned beaches, throbbing nightclubs and plenty of pre-arranged activities. For a more tame look at Majorca head to Puerto Pollensa, Alcudia or Calas de Mallora where families can frolic in the inviting waves without tripping over lager-logged partiers. For lazy days and quiet nights Cala Vinas is the resort to hit. Much quieter than its neighbours, Cala Vinas is set in a picturesque bay with equally as incredible beaches but without the constant volume from overcrowded bars and restaurants.
It has been said that Majorca’s history is as long as its coastline. Often overlooked by visitors, Palma, the capital of the Balaerics has much to offer. For those wishing to take a break from the beach, check out the cities numerous architectural treasures including the 14th century Bellver Castle, the Gothic Cathedral, the Monastery of St. Francis and the ancient market.
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