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Majorca is an amazing all-rounder of a holiday destination. As the biggest of the Balearic Islands, Majorca really does have a resort for everyone, whether you're looking for a family holiday, a culture break, or just a non-stop party! At the top of the list for a lively holiday is Magaluf.

Long-standing favourite among groups looking to let their hair down and celebrate, or simply those looking for a good time in the sunshine, Magaluf has all the bars, clubs and parties you'd expect. What you might not expect however is the gorgeous white sand beach that will rival any on the island.

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Next door, Palma Nova is also lively, but focuses firmly on families. You're close enough to the fun Magaluf attractions, including the Western Water Park and Katmandu theme park, but far enough from the raucous nightlife to enjoy a more laidback holiday. While Majorca does beach resorts brilliantly, just half an hour away from Palma Nova and Magaluf you have a complete change of scene at the island's capital, Palma. The perfect place for culture lovers, Palma boasts a must-see gothic cathedral, an atmospheric old town, stylish harbour and amazing shopping opportunities.

Palma's not huge on beaches, but it does have a small one with Blue Flag status. Other popular resorts include family favourite Alcudia, and picturesque Cala d'Or which boasts seven stunning coves. It's impossible to do the variety on the island justice - you simply have to experience it for yourself! Book your flights to Majorca with Thomascook Airlines and you'll be spoilt for choice for amazing holiday hotspots.

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Top 5 things to do in Majorca

10 facts about Majorca


Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and one of the most popular for its beautiful beaches, fun activities, cultural gems and rich history.


Palma’s famous Cathedral Le Seu is one of Majorca’s top attractions and was renovated by Gaudí giving it some impressive architecture to admire.


The Monastery of Lluc in Escorca dates back to the 18th century and features an ornate basilica and lush botanical gardens.


The quaint village of Valldemossa sits pretty in the Tramuntana Mountains. The houses here are covered in flowers and the cafés are charming.


The laid-back resort of Puerto Pollensa is home to a charming and colourful local market selling everything from handmade crafts to jewellery and local food.


Bellver Castle is a beautiful 14th century castle just 5km from Palma, offering panoramic views of Majorca from its tall towers.


The Pirates Bar and Restaurant in Magaluf is a top choice for families and features an amazing after-dinner Pirates Show for a spectacular night out.


Alcudia Old Town is a charming 14th century walled town complete with little shops, cafés and bars, plus a busy marketplace.


The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range is a UNESCO World Heritage site with fascinating geology and forests filled with wildlife.


Playa de Muro Beach is a popular choice for its white sands and kitesurfing opportunities. It’s located near the nature park of Albufera.