Majorca - Attractions & Things To Do
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Best Majorca Attractions for your Holiday!
Family Fun: Majorca Theme Parks
Going to Majorca with kids? The little ones are sure to love the Marineland Wildlife Park. animal shows, starring dolphins, sea lions and parrots.
Pirates Majorca – the Pinnacle of Nightlife
The party town of Magaluf offers some of the best nightlife in Europe, with world-class DJs playing every summer at the huge clubs of BCM.
Looking for the best? Look no further than the Pirates Adventure Show – the #1 show in Majorca.
It’s family-friendly dinner show, combining a swashbuckling pirate adventure, world–class acrobatics and a healthy dose of humour.
Experience the best in Majorca’s Adults Only Entertainment
Over 18 & looking for fun? Find out what happens when pirates get saucy at the Pirates Reloaded Show! Clubbing DJs, free drinks and frisky pirates –it’s the only child-free zone in Majorca and a celebrity hot spot you’re welcome to join.
Sightseeing in Majorca
The island’s capital of Palma is the place to go for culture in Majorca. This vibrant city is filled with historical sites such as the gothic La Seu Cathedral, Almudaina Palace and the Parc de Mar. The fast and easiest way to get all your sightseeing done is the Palma hop on hop off bus tour.
How about a shopping tour of Majorca?
A must-see Majorca attractions is the famous Mercal Artesanal craft market – a perfect place for souvenir shopping! Take the Palma Shopping Trip and avoid the hassle of looking for transport. After all, no one wants to carry all those shopping bag on the public transport!
Explore the Great Outdoors
Like to get out and explore on holiday? Majorca’s fabulous landscapes make it perfect for walking, cycling, golfing and more outdoor fun!
If you fancy a day away from the beach, a Jeep Safari is a great way to explore Majorca’s beautiful Serra De Tramuntana Mountain range and experience the island’s flora and fauna.
Majorca enjoys hot summers and mild winters, so you can expect sun and plenty of beach-time whenever you visit! Some of the Mediterranean’s finest beaches can be found in small harbour towns like Puerto Pollensa, while the seaside town of Alcudia boasts a huge beach that’s perfect for kids to play in the sand and warm water while parents relax.
The latest craze in extreme watersports has soared into Majorca! Flyboarding is an amazing mix between hoverboard and jet pack, which sees you diving in and out of the sea like a dolphin, or flying like Iron Man up to 10m above the ocean’s surface. You’ve got to try it!
Majorca – Quick Facts
- Flight Time from UK:
- Approx. 2h 5min
- The airport that serves Majorca is Palma
- Opening Times:
- Most shops are open from 9am – 2pm and 5pm – 8pm or 9pm on weekdays. However some shops stay open during the siesta (lunchtime)
- Banks are open from 8am - 2pm
- The temperature in Majorca averages 26°C in August, and 12°C in January and February.
- Country code: +34
- Emergency Services Number: 112
- EU standard, 220 V
Getting Around in Majorca
- Hop-on Hop-off Buses
- Probably the easiest way to get around all the must-see attractions in Palma!
- With tickets valid for 24 hours, these handy buses allow you to hop on and off as much as you like at stops throughout Palma.
- Palma and the major resorts and beaches around the island are connected by boat tours and water-taxi services.
- Majorca’s main bus company is Transport de les Illes Balears (tib.caib.es). Buses depart from (or near) the bus station Carrer d’Eusebi Estada in Palma, and service most of the island.
- Car rental agencies are easy to fin in Majorca, with many of the bigger international chains located at the airport and along Passeig Marítim, along with several other slightly cheaper local companies.
- Two train lines run from Plaça d’Espanya in Majorca’s capital city, Palma.
- The Palma–Sóller railway (www.trendesoller.com) runs to the north coast five or six times a day. This is now one of the island’s most popular excursions!
- The other train runs inland to Sa Pobla via the town of Inca, and a second route links Inca with Manacor.
- Taxi is the most convenient, but also the most costly, way to get around the island.
- Taxi journey prices can be found posted at central points in many of the island's towns.
In recent years Majorca has transformed from stereotypical package holiday island to dream destination, combining stunning natural beauty with a strong cultural heritage.
The choice of things to do in Majorca gives this Balearic island an almost universal appeal; popular with families seeking fun in the sun, outdoor pursuits and gorgeous beaches for much-needed R&R. Majorca also doubles up as a clubbers paradise, with the party town of Magaluf offering some of the best nightlife in Europe.
Majorca’s capital city, Palma, is the ideal spot for a romantic city break and to discover the cultural side of Majorca attractions.