Majorca Resorts and Holiday Destinations

Majorca Resorts and Holiday Destinations
Majorca Resorts and Holiday Destinations



The Port of Alcudia, two kilometres from the town of Alcudia, has grown considerably over recent decades. Until the mid sixties it was a small harbour with one storey houses.



A real ‘fun in the sun’ resort that is popular with everyone looking for great nightlife. Known as a ‘boisterous’ resort Magaluf is actually loved by families too, not surprisingly because of the fabulous wide beach and the close proximity to 2 of the best water-parks on Majorca.

Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa is where you’ll find the ‘celtic fringe’ of Majorca! It’s extremely popular with both Scottish and Irish holidaymakers and that’s reflected in the number of bars dedicated to the ‘craic’.


An exclusive resort traditionally long favoured by wealthy international businessmen and footballers...just take a look at all the expensive cars parked around the resort!


Cala Ratjada

What a fabulous little resort this is! There’s bags of character to be found in the old town clustered around a working port that’s still operational today.


Porto Colom

Claiming to be the birthplace of Christopher Columbus, this charming resort grew up around the original fishing village giving it a wonderful ambience.


El Arenal

Follow the white sandy beach that stretches from Palma City and right at the end of it you’ll find the busy resort of El Arenal (also known as S’Arenal). This is a resort that’s perfect if you want to be a beach babe by day and then let yourself go at night.


Porto Cristo

At the heart of this small resort is a natural harbour crammed with boats of all shapes and sizes. Historically it was a busy fishing town and it still provides great protection against the winter weather, now though mainly pleasure craft use the harbour.

Calas de Mallorca

This resort gives exactly what it says on the tin! Calas de Mallorca is a purpose built resort that is clustered around three sandy coves (or ‘calas’) suggested in the name. All are family friendly, beautifully pristine and lapped by azure waters.


Playa de Muro

If you want to be stunned into silence by the sight of a pure white sandy beach stretching as far as the eye can see - then you’ll find it here at Playa de Muro.


C'an Pastilla

Close to Palma and the upcoming area of Portixol is charming and sedate C’an resort of C’an Pastilla. One of the original resorts to spring up in Mallorca in the 70’s it’s stood the test of time, and amazingly it’s still popular with British holidaymakers today.

Palma Nova

Definitely one of the most popular and well known resorts on Mallorca...and you can see why! Holidaymakers enjoy a long white sandy beach backed by a wealth of modern cafe bars and restaurants.


Puerto Pollensa

Popular with all types of holidaymaker for many years this well known resort is dramatically situated at the end of the awe-inspiring Tramuntana mountain range. A traditional resort, it has a splendid beach and modern marina.

Cala San Vincente

A quiet, picturesque resort that is perfect for that ‘get-away-from-it-all’ holiday. Dramatically set amongst stunning scenery it has a gentle ‘informal’ air about it that brings people back time and again.



Spectacularly set in the wide valley beneath the Puig Major, at 1,445 m the highest mountain in the Tramontana mountain range, the towns prosperity is down to the humble orange.

Puerto Soller Resort

This small resort has everything a holiday by the seaside should have; a sandy beach, a beautiful marina, narrow streets to explore, quality restaurants, and even a lighthouse.

Sant Llorenç des Cardassar

Cala Millor Resort

This large resort has one of the most spectacular beaches on the island and it’s just fab for watersports. Amazingly long with soft golden sand it’s backed by a promenade that runs the length of the resort eventually bringing you to the smaller resort of Cala Bona.

Cala Bona Resort

Always popular with British visitors this pretty little resort grew up around a picturesque harbour used by local fishermen. These days instead of fishing nets and warehouses the quayside has a number of cafe-bars and restaurants where holidaymakers take time out for a coffee during the day.

Sa Coma

A popular and well planned purpose built resort developed mainly in the 1980’s to cope with the demand from tourism on this pretty coastline. It’s very modern with a convenient layout,so nothing is too far to walk to, and it has plenty of green spaces which give it a lovely fresh feel and relaxed ambience.


Families love S’Illot and many return to it year after year. So what’s the attraction? Well it’s situated on a pretty stretch of coastline and has a modern promenade that runs through the resort to nearby Sa Coma – giving you two resorts for the price of one!

Santa Margalida

C'an Picafort

A resort just perfect for a relaxed, sun-drenched holiday; 13kms of warm white sand, a sparkling blue sea just begging you to take a dip, and laid back cafe bars tempting you with a selection of tapas (small dishes typical in Spain).


Cala d'Or

Those who’ve visited the island of Ibiza will think they’ve gone to the wrong island when they land Majorca's Cala d'Or!

Ses Salines

Colonia Sant Jordi

A very quiet, simple resort which is popular with whose that enjoy hiring a car and exploring. Situated on a beautiful stretch of coastline it has the advantage of being within easy driving distance of some of the most stunning beaches on Mallorca.



Made famous by George Sands and the composer Chopin, Valldemossa is a mountain village built around the Monestry in which they found shelter.

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