King of the Balearics

The biggest of the Balearics, Majorca has long been a favourite with the world’s travel pack. It’s got extremely good looks on its side, after all. We’re talking tiny inlets, sweeping bays and sandy coves, all lapped by turquoise waters. And away from the coast, it’s a case of sweet-smelling pine forests, hidden hamlets and jagged mountain peaks.

Popular resorts

Resort-wise, families flock to the safe shores of Alcudia, Puerto Pollensa and Cala Bona, which are brimming with restaurants, shops and cafés. Ca’n Picafort is another favourite. This former fishing village has got a 13-kilometre ribbon of sand to its name. Sa Coma, meanwhile, is great for couples thanks to its tree-lined prom and romantic eateries.

Lively nightlife

Things get lively over on the island’s west coast, with the peppy trio of Palma, Palma Nova and Magaluf leading the way with their neon-lit bars and bass-pumping clubs. Majorca’s boutique-brimming, tapas-loving capital city draws a cosmopolitan cocktail crowd, too.

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Globales Santa Lucia

T Rating: 4
  • Sea-view rooms as standard
  • By the beach
  • Central location
  • Free Wi-Fi zones

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating rating: 4.0

Prices from £374 per person

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Hotel Protur Alicia

T Rating: 4 plus
  • Adults only from May 2016
  • Award-winning hotel
  • Right on the beach
  • Refurbished for summer 2015
  • Free Wi-Fi zones

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating rating: 4.5

Prices from £479 per person

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