Holiday to Majorca Tourist Information

On a cheap holiday to Majorca, enjoy the beautiful beaches, great night life, and the many exciting activities this island has to offer. Majorca is the largest island in Spain and is part of the Balearic Islands. Majorca is located in the Mediterranean Sea. The climate of the island is Mediterranean, which means it has hot and very sunny summers and mild and stormy winters. Majorca has nearly 80 beaches providing many holiday destinations for sun tanning and enjoying the islands many water sports. The island ha also has over 2,400 restaurants to enjoy. Majorca is home to museums, castles, caves, and a great nightlife scene.

Points of Interest for Cheap Holidays to Majorca:

  • Museu Fundación Juan March Palma – The Museu Fundación Juan March Palma is home to a permanent collection of seventy works of art by the world’s most famous Spanish artists, including Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Juan Gris, and Salv&aacutedor Dalí. The museum has galleries for both national (Spanish) and international contemporary artists. The Museu Fundación Juan March Palma has an exhibition space and an assembly hall for cultural activities, concerts for children and other activities.
  • Caves of Drach – The Caves of Drach are located on the east coast of the island of Majorca. Concealed within the Caves of Drach is Lake Martel, which is one of the largest subterranean lakes in the world. On the lake are daily performances of classical music. After the musical performances, tourists are allowed to take a boat trip on the lake. Tours of the caves are group tours and last for roughly an hour. Tours of the caves do require proper footwear due to slippery surfaces in some parts of the caves.
  • Bellver Castle – The Bellver Castle is located about 3 km (1.8 miles) northwest of the city of Palma. The castle is built in a gothic style and is one of the few circular castles in Europe. Bellver Castle was built for King James II of Aragon in the 14th Century. The Bellver Castle was used as a military prison between the 18th and 20th centuries. Today the Bellver Castle is home to the Palma History Museum.
  • Night Life – Majorca is well known for its nightlife. Two popular cities to enjoy the night life of Majorca are Majaluf and Palma.
    • Majaluf -Majaluf features many English style bars. This city also has the BCM Majaluf, which is the largest nightclub on the island. The BCM Majaluf is large enough for 4,000 individuals to occupy at one time. Also in Majaluf is the Pirate Adventures. The Pirate Adventures is a dinner show. An individual must be 21 years of age to be admitted to the dinner show. The Pirate Adventures dinner show includes the “Buccaneer Feast”, the “Pirate’s Punch”, and premium wine.
    • Palma – The city of Palma is known for its popular night life, which includes Tito’s Nightclub and Es Foguero Dinner & Show. Tito’s Nightclub is located within the resort of Palma. This nightclub is able to hold 2,000 individuals at one time. It features great music and a stunning light show. Es Foguero Dinner & Show features several performances, including the Ballet Español, Cristina Kireeve and Johathan Fargas. The Es Poguero Dinner & Show offers four menu opinions, which are the gold menu, vegetarian menu, platinum menu, and a children menu.
  • Water Sports – Popular water sport activities on the island are sailing, scuba diving, water skiing, canoeing, windsurfing and banana boats. Besides enjoying these water sports activities, many on holiday in Majorca enjoy tanning on the over 80 beaches on the island.

Majorca has much to offer for a wonderful cheap holiday. Majorca has scenic beaches, a hopping night life, and many outdoor attractions to explore. You will not be disappointed when you book your next cheap holiday to Majorca.

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