It’s never too late to book last minute holidays to Majorca. Just pick the right package, and you’re ready to go.
Sandy beaches and ancient history
Majorca serves up a lot of beaches. And while Alcudia might be known for dealing up lots of the sandy stuff, it’s also a great place for history buffs to root around. The old town is packed with Medieval leftovers. And Pollentia marks the spot of some impressive Roman ruins.
Around the world dining
International flavours — from Italian and Indian buffets to full English breakfasts — are present and correct in towns like Magaluf and Palma Nova. But it’s the authentic Balearic dishes that really up the ante. Look out for fresh seafood and authentic Spanish tapas in the capital city of Palma.
First-rate day trips
Some of the best day trips in Majorca travel to the Caves of Drach, off Porto Cristo. It’s home to one of the world’s biggest underground lakes, and you can take a boat trip across it while musicians serenade you with classical tunes.
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