Holiday to Majorca

 
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Cheap Holiday to Majorca: The Must-See Places

Majorca characterizes the natural charm of the Mediterranean. The skies are clear, the sand is golden and the atmosphere is one of laid-back entertainment. It caters to each and every person that visits its shores with its beautiful climate, attractive landscape, its range of bars and its culture.

Make sure you get a great deal when you come for a holiday here. For those after a cheap holiday to Majorca, it's important to know where to go in order to get the best value for your money and there are certainly enough choices. For the younger generation seeking a bit of fun, be sure to visit the vibrant, thriving town of Magaluf. It's not for everyone as it attracts a number of UK tourists every year looking to party but its selection of bars and beaches are second to none.

On the other side of the spectrum, be sure to visit the towns of Valldemossa and Sóller, two charming and quaint towns perched comfortably in the mountainous region of the island. Both feature the scenic beauty of the island as well as exhibiting a more relaxed way of life, with beautiful architecture and many hiking/walking trails for visitors. Another popular town to visit in this western region is Deiá, a wonderfully attractive location with an abundance of coves and hotels, built uniquely into the mountain slopes.

The Serra de Tramuntana region of Majorca, which features many of the mountainous villages already mentioned, is perhaps the most stunning region of the island. Every town offers something different alongside its tremendous views and it's a great point for both hiking and biking. The laid-back atmosphere gives way to many markets and town festivals which really manage to capture the quaint aura of this charming region.

When people book a holiday to Majorca, they usually have one thing on their mind: beaches! Some of the finest beaches in the Mediterranean can be found around Majorca's majestic coastline and some of the very best include Magaluf Beach, Es Carbo Beach, with its fine, aqua water, Cala Figuera Beach, sat in an extraordinary little cove and Cala Major, the main beach in Palma de Majorca.

Palma de Majorca is the main city in Majorca and is always worth a visit due to its size, tourist attractions and general cultural significance.
From the Catedral de Majorca to Pueblo Espanol, Palma is a very hands-on city that lets its visitors explore and discover new things on every visit. It features an abundance of hotels, restaurants and bars as well to really make it the perfect Mediterranean location and an epitome of Majorca's wondrous appeal.



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