Majorca never falls short of attractions when it comes to its historical sites. The history buffs should never miss a visit to the medieval old town of Alcudia. Look around the sturdy Moorish fort wall in Alcudia and experience the charm of the old world of Majorca. Also, take some time to visit the outskirts of Alcudia, to discover the ruins at the Roman city of Pollentia. Indeed, this is a worthy visit to explore the Roman remnants, including the houses of La Portella and the ancient Roman theatre. Palma, the capital of Majorca is a great place to explore the Majorcan culture and gothic architecture. Catedral de Mallorca is a prime attraction at the old harbor of this city. Indeed, the glorious Gothic interiors at this cathedral captivate all during Majorca Holidays. Also, the 13th-century castle ‘Castillo de Bellver’ sitting pretty on the hill, tells the royal past of Majorca. Further, you can find the mystic Carthusian Monastery at Valldemossa village.
Beach Time in Majorca
Dotted with over 250 beaches, millions hop onto Majorca every year to marvel at the magnificent beaches. The vast variety of beaches range from soft sandy beaches to secluded coves and rocky bays. Cala Formentor is a popular beach in the north of Majorca. Backed by the stretch of green pine trees and greenish-blue waters, this beach entices everyone on a holiday. Playa d’Alcudia Beach is one of the best beaches in Spain for kids to play in the fine white sand and shallow waters. Above all, water sports like parasailing and jet skiing will entice your Holidays in Majorca. Located near Puerto Portals marina, Portals Nous Beach is perfect for swimming and water sports like paddle boarding. Furthermore, Es Calo des Moro near Santanyi is another beautiful beach surrounded by pine trees. Finally, hit on Camp de Mar Beach to eat in a restaurant in sea waters.
Majorca offers more than beaches, sun and tan during Very Cheap Holidays to Majorca. The island offers a rich variety of delicious dishes on a platter. The typical Mallorquin cheese ‘Sobrasadas’ and baked snacks ‘Ensaimadas’ are available in every other restaurant on the island. Furthermore, Frito Mallorquin made with fresh vegetables and liver of lamb is a delicious dish which you should try. Especially, the delicious wines of Majorca are very popular since Roman times. Hence, do not leave a chance to sip the tastiest wines made with indigenous grapes grown in Majorcan vineyards.