Majorca Holidays

Top 6 Tourist Attractions in Majorca Holidays

Majorca Holidays is a gorgeous Mediterranean island with alluring weather, spectacular scenery and appetizing cuisine Majorca is the largest of Balearic Islands. Also known as Mallorca, the place has rugged landscapes and soft sands. The joy of Majorca lies in the beautiful combination of culture and nature. The beautiful island offers many hidden gems which are mostly known by the locals. There are plenty of ways to enjoy on Low Cost Holidays to Majorca in every season. It is a perfect type of holiday for family, friends, and couples. With so many options to pick from, we have made a list of a few tourist attractions for you! 


1. Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca shortened as Palma is home to half of the Majorca. The colorful buildings, cobbled streets are a good place to learn about the history of the island. Europe’s most dramatic Cathedral dominates the place as many Romans and Christians are settled here. Holidays to Majorca is bagged with best museums, galleries, cafes. Head to the old town to have a picture of all this. It also has beaches as their mi attraction point.


Valldemossa is a small village in the Serra de Tramuntana and is considered as one of the prettiest towns in Majorca.  It is a picturesque setting between Tramuntana Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. Majorca Holidays is full of old cobbled streets with old houses aided with abundant greenery and flowers. It is also a good place for hiking and biking. Many artists, musicians, and singers live here who organize live shows and concerts. The tourist will enjoy the seafood here at the local restaurants.

3. Playa de Muro

Playa de Muro has a never-ending stretch of fine olden sand. Though surrounded by dunes and trees there are a lot of hotels on the blue flag beach. The beach also has access to the disabled people. Here you can take up the water sports or the boat ride to explore the beach. There is no shortage of bars and restaurants on the beach that will serve you paella, pizzas, and pasta.

4. Pollenca

Pollenca is an unusual town that you will see in northern Majorca. The buildings are centuries old depicting the art and culture of the town. One of the outstanding features of the town is a 365 step stairway that leads to the top of Calvary hill. You can also see the 18th-century Romanesque bridge in the north of the town. The beach lays a few kilometers away from the central north. It has an expansive shoreline with moderate waves. There is a huge stretch of white sand on the beach. Also the beach has yacht club and many water sports.

5. Soller’s Scenery

This pretty little town is wrapped in an unspoiled valley, surrounded by beautiful scenery of olives, orchards that head to the sea. You can take the famous Soller train to explore the gorgeous landscapes. The town also has important historic monuments like the 14th century Church of Sant Bartomeu. For shopaholics, the place is quite exciting because you have many street markets here.

6. Cap de Formentor

The rockbound peninsula Cap de Formentor is a treat for the eyes. There is something really beautiful in its green and brown simplicity. It is the northern most tip of Majorca and for the eastern end of the village. You can also visit the Formentor Beach with white sandy beaches. The Majorcans often call this place as the meeting point of the winds.

Set in fantastic landscape of Spain, Majorca Holidays is worth visiting. Check out the top tourist attractions and book your holidays with book it now.

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