Perenially popular but still with charm and sophistication

Mallorca is the largest of the Balearics so it should come as no surprise that are there are plenty of resorts, all with their own ambience, to choose from. Just a couple of our favourites include picturesque Puerto de Sóller, which combines old-world traditional charm with modern cafés and restaurants, and the ancient bohemian village of Deia, a haunt for artists, musicians and writers. Hip and arty Palma is the capital of the Balearic Islands and is centred around an enchanting bay offering a maritime atmosphere, historical centre, Gothic cathedral, shopping and dining paradise and pretty beaches including the soft, white sands of Ciudad Jardín.

  • One of Europe's most accessible beach destinations, Mallorca is a great option no matter how little or how much time you have
  • There really is something for everyone here - lively beach resorts, quiet traditional towns, the cosmopolitan city of Palma and more secluded beach resort off the main tourist track
  • The coastal road from Palma to Deia and onto Puerto Soller is a lovely drive so it's definitely worth hiring a car
  • Alternatively take the vintage train from Palma to Soller, which has been running since 1912
  • There's something in our range of hotels to suit every need - family, boutique, luxury, adults only, spa and all inclusive

When to visit

Jan 14°c
Feb 15°c
Mar 17°c
Apr 19°c
May 23°c
Jun 27°c
Jul 30°c
Aug 30°c
Sep 27°c
Oct 22°c
Nov 18°c
Dec 15°c
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