Whether you're looking to flop on the beach, explore mountain villages, or get involved in energetic watersports, Majorca is sure to satisfy.
Relaxation: Experience breathtaking beauty at Cap de Formentor where wild, rugged cliffs tumble into the sea, and lush pine trees stand out against the backdrop of the Mediterranean. Drive to the view point of Mirador des Colomer and then follow the path to the watchtower where you'll be able to gaze out across the entire peninsula
Active types: Sporty types will be spoilt for choice in Majorca. Cable ski, windsurf and sail on Alcudia Beach or head to Funny Beach in Magaluf to make a splash on banana boats, ringos and pedaloes.
Romance: Perched on the slopes of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, the picturesque village of Deia is the ultimate romantic retreat. Walk hand in hand around the cobbled streets, pop into workshops and galleries, and visit boutiques and bars in this bohemian haven.
Babies & toddlers: Families staying in Alcudia will benefit from the large beach and shallow waters where little ones can play safely. Older kids will have fun at attractions such as HidroPark with its slides, pools and chutes, or can let off steam at KartingMania.
Families: Children will love the mystical wonderland created inside the Caves of Drach. Admire the thousands of stalagmites and stalactites, and the beautiful lighting in this natural wonder.
Nightlife: Partygoers looking to dance until dawn should head to Magaluf which is jam-packed with bars and clubs to suit every taste.
Shopping: Great shopping and designer boutiques are yours for the taking in sophisticated Palma. Passeig des Born will present you with a variety of chic stores, and you can refuel with a cooling drink from one of its many cafés or bars.