Majorca Resort Guides

Resorts and places in Majorca: from lively tourist resorts to secluded countryside getaways, Majorca has them all. Select a resort to get started, or browse the full list below. Alternatively, if you have a particular area of the island in mind, why not use the resort map.

Resorts A-Z

Alaró

Alaró

Alaró is a charming and rustic Mallorcan town, with bags of authentic Spanish character, set in spectacular countryside.

Alaró Guide >

Alcudia

Alcudia

A historic old town in north east Majorca, Alcudia has plenty to offer, with ancient relics and ruins, countryside and a gorgeous marina just a couple of miles away on the coast at Puerto Alcudia.

Alcudia Guide >

Andratx

Andratx

Andratx is a charming, old Mallorcan town, inland from the resort of Puerto Andratx, with winding, cobbled roads, magnificent views and a friendly cosmopolitan atmosphere.

Andratx Guide >

Caimari

Caimari

A sleepy, secluded village set inland in the north east of Majorca, Caimari is picturesque and authentic, ideal for holidays at a slower pace.

Caimari Guide >

Cala Bona

Cala Bona

Cala Bona is a nice family beach resort, with plenty of facilities for holiday makers, with a charming working harbour.

Cala Bona Guide >

Cala D'Or

Cala D'Or

Cala d'Or - sophisticated, stylish and gorgeous - a relaxing, picturesque holiday resort on the east coast, with several sandy beaches and a glittering marina.

Cala D'Or Guide >

Cala Mayor

Cala Mayor

Visit Cala Mayor for a fun-filled beach holiday - a small but beautiful sandy beach, great views and a short taxi ride from Palma city.

Cala Mayor Guide >

Cala Millor

Cala Millor

Cala Millor is a large modern resort packed with facilities for active holidays, including a fantastic stretch of beach. Ideal for families.

Cala Millor Guide >

Cala Ratjada

Cala Ratjada

A well-established and popular resort on the east coast, Cala Ratjada has plenty to offer, with beaches, nature and lively nightlife, there is something for everyone. The closest point on Majorca to Menorca.

Cala Ratjada Guide >

Cala San Vicente

Cala San Vicente

Cala San Vicente is a quiet, traditional fishing village in the north of Majorca, for relaxing laid-back holidays.

Cala San Vicente Guide >

Calas De Mallorca

Calas De Mallorca

Calas Majorca - a quiet and family-friendly clifftop resort on the east coast, with amazing views and small, secluded beaches.

Calas De Mallorca Guide >

Camp de Mar

Camp de Mar

Camp de Mar, a relaxing, peaceful beach resort, in the south west of Majorca.

Camp de Mar Guide >

Can Pastilla

Can Pastilla

Can Pastilla is a small, relaxed resort close to Palma, set at the end of a glorious long sandy beach, with plenty of tourist amenities for beach lovers and families.

Can Pastilla Guide >

Can Picafort

Can Picafort

A laid-back resort on the East coast of Majorca, with a lovely clean, safe beach - Ca'n Picafort is ideal for families and sun-seeking holiday makers of all ages.

Can Picafort Guide >

Colonia Sant Jordi

Colonia Sant Jordi

Colonia Sant Jordi is a hidden gem of a beach resort, in the south east of Majorca, away from the main tourist trail.

Colonia Sant Jordi Guide >

Deia

Deia

Deia is an enchanting and picturesque coastal village perched on a hillside in north west Majorca, packed with art and culture.

Deia Guide >

El Arenal

El Arenal

El Arenal is a bustling, lively resort on Majorca's south coast, with a stunning white beach, and all-night clubs for party animals.

El Arenal Guide >

Illetas

Illetas

Illetas is an upmarket beach resort close to the city of Palma, with a small sandy beach and high quality hotels, restaurants and bars catering for discerning tourists.

Illetas Guide >

Magaluf

Magaluf

Magaluf is a bustling beach resort, packed with bars and clubs, a haven for under 25s and party animals, yet friendly enough for families.

Magaluf Guide >

Paguera

Paguera

Paguera is a friendly, lively resort on the south west coast, with three sandy beaches and plenty of bars and restaurants.

Paguera Guide >

Palma

Palma

The city of Palma is cool, sophisticated and cultured, packed with stunning sights, chic boutiques and bars, and a glittering marina.

Palma Guide >

Palma Nova

Palma Nova

A popular, upbeat family resort on the south coast, packed with tourist facilities to suit all holiday makers looking for a good time.

Palma Nova Guide >

Playa De Muro

Playa De Muro

A small, modern beach resort on Majorca's east coast, Playa de Muro has the perfect recipe for a relaxing getaway.

Playa De Muro Guide >

Playa De Palma

Playa De Palma

Playa de Palma is a beach-lovers delight, with miles of white sand and palm-lined promenade, a great place to kick back and enjoy Majorcan sun, sea and sand.

Playa De Palma Guide >

Pollensa

Pollensa

For history and culture, look no further than Pollensa old town, a beautiful treasure trove of ancient relics and buildings.

Pollensa Guide >

Portals Nous

Portals Nous

Relax and chill out in Portal Nous, a sleepy beach resort with a marina and classy waterfront cafes.

Portals Nous Guide >

Porto Colom

Porto Colom

A small, remote beach resort, Porto Colom is peaceful and unspoilt with a pretty harbour, and a chance to see ancient relics at a prehistoric burial site.

Porto Colom Guide >

Porto Cristo

Porto Cristo

Porto Cristo, on Majorca's east coast, is quiet and traditional, with a lovely beach, working marina and historically significant ruins and sights.

Porto Cristo Guide >

Puerto Alcudia

Puerto Alcudia

Puerto Alcudia is a large, family resort in north east Majorca, set just outside the old town of Alcudia. Holiday amenities and sandy beaches meet traditional Mallorca.

Puerto Alcudia Guide >

Puerto Andratx

Puerto Andratx

Discover an unspoilt resort, tucked away on Majorca's south west coast: Puerto Andratx is small, charming and upmarket.

Puerto Andratx Guide >

Puerto De Soller

Puerto De Soller

Puerto de Soller is a charming, traditional resort, with amazing scenery and mountainous backdrop.

Puerto De Soller Guide >

Puerto Pollensa

Puerto Pollensa

Puerto Pollensa is a delightful, compact, beach resort on the north coast of Majorca. Perfect for family holidays, with plenty to do and see.

Puerto Pollensa Guide >

S'Illot

S'Illot

A laid-back beach resort on Majorca's east coast, S'Illot has a glorious beach, ideal for chilled out holidays.

S'Illot Guide >

Sa Coma

Sa Coma

Sa Coma is a small, purpose built resort with a nice sandy beach and plenty of amenities and modern hotels.

Sa Coma Guide >

Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa - a laid-back, family resort in south-west Majorca. Sandy beaches, pine trees, rocky coves, sunshine and plenty of great food & drink - Santa Ponsa has everything you need for a fun, relaxing holiday.

Santa Ponsa Guide >

Santanyi

Santanyi

Santanyi is a small, quiet village in the south of Majorca, with plenty of history and culture, ideal for a relaxing holiday.

Santanyi Guide >

Soller

Soller

For outstanding natural beauty and dramatic mountain landscapes, Soller is hard to beat.

Soller Guide >

Torrenova

Torrenova

Beach holidays with a distinctly British flavour - Torrenova is a relaxed family resort with a pretty beach, plenty of bars and restaurants and every facility on the doorstep.

Torrenova Guide >

Valldemossa

Valldemossa

Valldemossa is a small, quaint village set in fantastic countryside with mountains and rocky coastline.

Valldemossa Guide >

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