The Spanish island of Majorca (Mallorca) is a popular Mediterranean holiday destination with a warm climate and a very warm welcome for visitors of all nationalities and ages. Located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Majorca is the largest of Spain's Balearic Islands, and attracts thousands of visitors each year to its sunny shores.
Majorca has the perfect blend of holiday ingredients to please even the choosiest of holiday makers. From secluded, rustic villages in unspoilt countryside, dramatic mountains and craggy coves, to modern coastal resorts set on dazzling white beaches, Majorca has it all.
Browse our resort guides to discover what the island has to offer.
Majorca is an island of contrasts: its landscape features dramatic mountains, wide open plains, rugged cliffs and rocky headlands, secuded coves and calas, miles-long swathes of golden sand, and several areas of outstanding natural beauty.
If you're seeking peace and quiet you'll find a quiet corner of the island to relax and unwind for a while. If you fancy all night parties and clubbing - you'll find that too, in the island's larger resorts. Whatever your taste, there is a resort or hideaway for you in Majorca.
Learn more about what Majorca has to offer by reading our resort guides, or use the resort map to get started.
Majorca has miles of golden sand around its shores, framed by rocky cliffs and coves. This treasure trove of an island off the south east coast of Spain has plenty of variation in landscape and in atmosphere. There are plenty of historical sites of interest on the island, and many walking / cycling trails.
Majorca is a mecca for beachlovers, walkers, cyclists, watersports & scuba diving enthusiasts. An ideal holiday destination for families with children, couples and groups of friends, Majorca has plenty of visitor attractions to keep everyone entertained including golf courses, waterparks & funfairs, street markets, museums and galleries, upmarket marinas, fine seafood restaurants, cocktail bars and reknowned nightlife, so there really is something for everyone.
With plenty of amenities for independent travellers who wish to explore the island, and a huge number of tour operators and travel agents offering package holidays, there are plenty of options for arranging a holiday to Majorca. There is so much to explore, from sleepy fishing villages and old inland towns to large tourist resorts full of attractions and amusements.
Why not start by browsing our resort guides, packed with information about beaches, facilities and attractions in all of Majorca's major resorts, plus some hidden gems relatively undiscovered by tourist operators. You can browse the resort list alphabetically, or view the resorts on a map if you have a particular part of the island in mind. If you're looking for something specific, use the search box at the top of each page to get going.