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Destinations

Top five family destinations - Majorca

If you want a family holiday that offers great beaches fun packed activities Majorca is a good option

Beach lovers will be spoilt for choice with the 250 mile coastline - Cala D'or is known for its beautiful coves and deep inlets - while Puerto De Soller has a gorgeous sandy beach at one end

Another Spanish fave, Majorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands comes up trumps for family holidays, offering everything from those chilled out days and nights to something that little bit more lively – Majorca is the home of Magaluf – for those looking for it.

At a glance

  • Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands
  • Perfect for beach lovers with 250 miles of coastline
  • It's only a two and half hour flight away
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Flight time: 2.30 hours

If you’re looking for culture then head to Palma, the island’s capital, which has cobbled winding streets and is home to Majorca’s 14th century gothic cathedral. For a more active holiday indulge in the island’s watersports or explore the mountains and gorges on horseback or bicycle.
Gasp at the dolphin show at Marineland and acrobatics at the Majorca Pirates Adventure Show and splash down at the range of waterparks the island has to offer.  

Passports and Visas

You don’t need a visa to enter Spain or any of its islands, but you’ll have to remember those passports for each member of the family.
Health and safety
Specific vaccines aren’t required for Spain, however it’s important that your ‘traditional’ immunisations such as diphtheria, tetanus and polio are all up to date. 

When to go

Majorca has on average 300 days of sun, making the chance of getting a tan here very likely. Unlike its mainland cousin, this island doesn’t get as warm meaning you can enjoy what it has to offer even during the peak of summer. Prices are more reasonable before the summer holidays so if you have tiny tots then consider this when booking.

Things to do

Visit Majorca’s 14th century gothic cathedral in the capital of Palma or for a more active holiday indulge in the island’s watersports and explore the mountains and gorges on horseback or bicycle.
Gasp at the dolphin show at Marineland and acrobatics at the Majorca Pirates Adventure Show and splash down at the range of waterparks the island has to offer. 

Essential Information

If you don’t have transfers included in the price of your holiday then you may have to wait a while for taxis at the airport. However, these are only licensed to carry four people a time so if you’re going with friends, in-laws or have three children then it may be good to book in advance.

At a glance

  • Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands
  • Perfect for beach lovers with 250 miles of coastline
  • It's only a two and half hour flight away
Gasp at the dolphin show at Marineland and acrobatics at the Majorca Pirates Adventure Show

Top five family destinations - Majorca