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We have a superb collection of cheap holidays to Majorca in 2017 with exceptional savings from the UK throughout the year.  Whether you are looking for a family holiday to Majorca, a getaway with your loved one or fun filled party time with your mates we are sure to have a great deal for you.  We have cheap holidays to Majorca hotels & apartments in Magaluf, Palma, Alcudia and all the other great resorts across the island.

Holidays to Majorca have a reputation as a booze-soaked party paradise which is an immense injustice. It is certainly a very popular destination for groups of young holidaymakers to lie in the sun and sip colourful cocktails before a night of intense clubbing, but to reduce this Balearic jewel to that is to ignore its long and rich history, its breath-taking landscapes and its irresistible charm.  What Majorca holidays offers in idyllic beaches and rowdy parties it more than matches with culture, personality and awe-inspiring vistas. Majorca’s beaches, however, with their golden sands and crystalline waters, remain the island’s biggest draw.

This pearl of the Mediterranean is a mini continent in its own right, boasting consistently impressive scenery, as diverse as it is beautiful. Palma is a vibrant, bustling city, rich in history, culture and impressive architecture, the imposing La Seu Cathedral its standout feature.  A mere 20 minutes away, in the mountains to the northwest, is the sensationally beautiful Valldemossa, a village that composer Frederic Chopin once called home. A further 10 minutes away is the village of Deià, former home of poet Robert Graves.  Southeast of Palma you can find picturesque fishing idylls and magnificent fjord-like bays near the village of Portopetro, 45 minutes away. A slice of the West Indies in Majorca - the vast beach of Es Trenc - lies a few miles to the west.  Head north, toward Capdepera to be amazed by the medieval castle built over a crumbled city wall. Golden sandy beaches are flanked by lofty mountains straight out of a fantasy film. The golf courses here gleam, and the sea is its deepest turquoise. Every corner of this island hides forts, monasteries, beautiful beaches, treasures, myths and legends.

There is so much more to do whilst on holiday in Majorca than party and soak up the sun (but be sure to indulge in some of that too).
Explore historical and impressive Palma, visit tiny coastal villages and remote mountain monasteries, hike the Serra de Tramuntana, take a dip in any of the picturesque coves surrounding the island, or go wine testing in Binissalem Wine Village. Majorca offers a truly notable variety of sights and activities, and those who take the time to explore this small and very manageable island in depth will be greatly rewarded.

As is to be expected, tapas, montaditos and pintxos abound in Majorca. But for a truly autochthonous Mallorquin gastronomic experience visitors will want to avoid those easy options and go instead for some of the many local specialties. On the coast, bistros serve the freshest seafood with beautiful ocean views, while inland heartier meals are on the menu -spit-roast pig with fresh seasonal vegetables grown just a few miles down the road- and the sea-breeze is swapped for mountainous landscapes. All of this, of course, is accompanied by fine local vintages and the warm companionship of local chefs and fellow diners.

Every corner of this island begs its visitors to relax for a cup of hot coffee in the afternoon, from the boulevards of Palma to the mountain roads to the beachside establishments. Luckily, there are plenty of cafes offering just that, along with ice cream, hot chocolate, light snacks and stunning views from their terraces and outdoor seating options.
Luxury nightspot or hard rock venue? Palma and Magaluf offer a wide range of bars and nightclubs. But a long night of dancing at a crowded nightclub is where Majorca's nightlife really shines. As the night goes on, it’s time to prop your eyes open with matchsticks. In Palma, the really serious nightlife doesn't get going until around 2 am.
Palma is a great place for shopping. The broad avenues around Plaza España have everything from local curio shops selling tin soldiers, to specialists selling Serrano ham. Ladies who want to buy clothes head for the large Corte Inglés. However, more exciting and packed with small boutiques and designer names, is the area behind Bar Bosch right opposite the H&M shop in central Palma by Plaza Joan Carlos l. For a more local flavour, the best market is to be found in Sineu on Wednesdays.

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Situated 250 yards from Paguera's famous Tora Beach, the Celo Garden hotel offers guests a buffet restaurant service and a range of excellent onsite facilities. there is also easy access to surrounding attractions such as nearby Dragonera Island from..
The Citric Hotel Soller offers simple- attractive and economical accommodation in the lovely setting of the Port of Soller by the sea. Rooms have all been completely refurbished in a simple- yet tasteful style and all have either sea view or mountain..
The Citric Soller Hotel is located just steps away from the sea in Port de Soller on the island paradise of Mallorca. This recently renovated front sea view hotel is great for couples and families featuring 45 simple, attractive and economical twin rooms..
Situated in Cala D'or- the apartments are only a 5 minute walk from the resort centre. This simple accommodation is very well placed for everything you will want during your holiday. These one bedroomed apartments have twin beds and sofa beds in the living..
Club Sa Coma is a small and compact apartment complex located in a quiet area on a side road 500 meters from the beach. The apartments have a separate twin bedroom, living room equipped with 2 sofa beds, satellite TV, kitchenette, bathroom and balcony..
Book your cheap holiday in Columbus Villa The Balearic Islands are some of the most popular holiday spots in Europe. The largest of the islands, Mallorca, offers some of the region's finest beaches, landscapes and cultural centres. Columbus..
Nestled amidst 600 m² of garden- this hotel enjoys a peaceful setting in the lively town of El Arenal. Guests will find themselves just 600 metres away from the sprawling sandy beach and the harbour. This wonderful hotel is located within easy access..
This picturesque apartment complex is nestled in the beautiful town of Cala Millor, one of the most visited tourist destinations in Mallorca. The resort is located in a quiet place, but at only 500m from the town centre, where travellers can find many..
Complex facilities include bar, snack bar, restaurant, supermarket, pool, children's pool, reception 24h, games room, children's playground/mini club, Internet in reception area, rent a car service and safety deposit boxes. All apartments are equipped..
Located in the very heart of Cala d'Or, the D'Or Hotel adopts the traditional architectural style of Ibiza and is within easy reach of the numerous shops, restaurants, bars and entertainment venues of this popular seaside resort. The main lagoon-style..
Palma Nova Golf Fantasia
Palma Nova offers numerous pursuits to entertain young and old, making it an ideal family holiday resort. All manner of water sports and boat trips are available on the clean, safe beaches and there are plenty of sports facilities, particularly golf..
Santuari de Lluc
The Santuari de Lluc is a monastery and pilgrimage site located in the municipality of Escorca in north-west Majorca. It is located in a basin on a height of 525 metres and is surrounded by a number of high mountains such as the Puig de Massanella ..
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