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Majorca is the largest of Balearic Islands, located in the Mediterranean Sea off the southeast coast of mainland Spain. Majorca enjoys a fantastic Mediterranean climate of warm pleasant summers and equally enjoyable mild winters.
Summer in Majorca falls between June and September, where temperatures reach a high of 30°C. There is lots of sunshine, low rainfall and low humidity too.
You can also plan holidays to Majorca at various other times of the year. If you travel during autumn (October and November) you can still enjoy the sun and temperatures of 23°C, but there may be a chance of rainfall. If you want to visit Majorca and take advantage of the varied terrain, explore the island and take in the local culture, why not travel during winter (December till February) or spring (March till May). Temperatures will be lower, and perfect for walks and bike rides!
If you want a laid back, relaxing holiday, head to resorts like Cala D’or and Cala Millor on the east coast of Majorca. That’s where you’ll find some of the island’s most beautiful beaches, as well as excellent restaurants and bars. If you are travelling with the family, consider resorts like Santa Ponsa, home to all sorts of attractions, activities and theme parks to keep everyone entertained. If you want to experience Majorca’s party scene, head to Magaluf and really let off some steam!
The great thing about travelling to Majorca is that it only takes around 2 hours to get there from the UK, and they are only one hour ahead. With such an array of resorts, Majorca holidays really do have something for everyone. Check our resort guide to find the perfect destination for your Majorca holiday in 2014 and 2015.
Majorca boasts a wide variety of beaches, ranging from rugged and impressive coastline to inviting golden shores, perfect for taking time out with the family. The beaches in Majorca are generally pristine, and many have been awarded Blue Flag status.
The resorts in Majorca offer an excellent range activities, including water sports. Whether you are an expert or a novice, there are schools and facilities where you can hire everything you need. You could try a spot of snorkelling or scuba diving – there are some impressive natural underwater caves waiting to be explored, plus some marvellous marine life.
Other activities include jet-skiing, water skiing, windsurfing, wakeboarding and even sailing. If you want to keep your feet on dry land, take in some of Majorca's amazing views by cycling or walking. There are a great many cycling and hiking tours that will provide you with exquisite views of the surrounding landscape, mountains, citrus groves and stone villages. And if you’re a golfer, this is also a fantastic way to enjoy the beautiful scenery.
If you want to take in the local culture and beauty of Majorca, why not take a trip to Palma, the main city on the island. Here you can visit the impressive castle and cathedral, take in some history, and indulge in some retail therapy too, then take a stroll along the marina and stop at one of the bars to enjoy some sangria and tapas and watch the world go by.
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Flights to Majorca take approximately 2 hours, the airport you fly into is Palma.
Direct flights to Palma are available from Bristol, London, Glasgow, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Leeds/Bradford, Doncaster/Sheffield, Exeter, Manchester, Newcastle, East Midlands, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast, Blackpool, Southampton, Humberside, Durham/Tee Valley, Norwich, Aberdeen and Derry. In short no matter where you live in the UK your local airport will more than likely do a flight to Majorca.
Like mainland Spain and the other Balearic islands the currency in Majorca is the Euro.
Click on the links below for more details on some of the most popular Resorts in Majorca