When we travel, we are immediately transported to a whole new place and a whole new experience that can change our lives. Traveling is not merely visiting a destination – it’s about learning a new culture, talking to different people, and getting to know a place’s personality and character. Of course, the perks of traveling are enormous as well – we get to relax, have fun, and take in some extraordinarily beautiful sights and scenery.
If you are looking for some fun in the sun, Majorca is an ideal destination. It’s no wonder that it has welcomed millions of tourists throughout the years, not just because of its warm climate, but also because of its culture, nightlife, and wonderful beaches and coves.
Majorca all inclusive holidays take you to the heart of this beautiful spot
Although Majorca seems like a perfect destination, some holiday-makers might be wary of planning a trip to this idyllic spot simply because they’re afraid of the expense or they don’t want to be bothered with planning all the littlest details of their trip. In this regard, it would be a good idea to go on a Majorca all inclusive holiday where everything is taken care of for you – from accommodations to food to entertainment.
But before you start packing your luggage, take a look at some top reasons why Majorca remains one of the must-see places in Spain:
For most of us, weather is a constant consideration when we plan our holidays. And you’ll be happy to know that Majorca has some of the best temperatures around. It peaks at 30oC during the summer months, and stays at a comfortable temperature throughout the year. Majorca’s sunny climate is far removed from what we have to contend with in our daily lives.
Majorca is dotted with plenty of small, secluded beaches, along with big, public beaches where everyone congregates. As a traveler, you can take your pick. If you want a bit of excitement, you can always visit Magalluf, known for its hectic nightlife and trendy bars and nightspots. On the other hand, if you want some peace and quiet, you can spend a day or two in the more tranquil Puerto Pollensa on the Northwest coast of Majorca.
Travelers can explore the island on foot or by bike, reveling in the many beaches and shorelines with crystal-clear, calm waters.
Perfect shopping experience
If you’re the type who can’t resist buying a souvenir or two whilst on a trip, then Majorca is the destination for you. Take a stroll through Palma, where you can feast your eyes on unique and exotic finds as well as have a refreshing drink and a delicious meal in cafes and restaurants fronting the sea. You can visit the flea market and spend an entire day browsing through native handicrafts and souvenirs.
When it comes to food, Majorca does not disappoint, either. It is home to more than 1,200 dining establishments, whether you prefer fine dining or casual, authentic street food. Don’t forget to try Majorca’s famous stuffed meats, also known as ‘sobrasada’ and ‘botifarrones’.
There’s no doubt that a lovely family holidays in Majorca is the perfect destination if you want to get that much-needed break. The things to do and sights to see are seemingly endless – so why wait? Take that holiday you very well deserve today.