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Best Places to Stay in Majorca

Wherever you head to in Majorca, you'll be met with a wealth of new things to do and places to explore. At Holiday Extras, we want your trip to be as easy as possible, so here are our best places to stay in Majorca. Before heading off, book one of our airport transfers. We can take you safely and reliably to your accommodation, wherever it is.


Head to the north of Majorca if you're a wine lover: Mortitx Vineyard is responsible for reviving the Malvasia grape that made renowned Majorcan wine from the 16th-18th centuries. You can tour the vines and learn more about that part of the island's history. There's also historic Alcúdia – a town famous for its soft-sand beaches, ancient defensive walls and Roman ruins.


Looking for a beach holiday? Stay in the south of Majorca – the region is dotted with a collection of beaches and turquoise tides. Look for Platja des Trenc, 2km of white sands with a chilled environment, impressive dunes and rocky outcrops. You'll also be near to the Mondragó Natural Park in the south, a nature reserve and beauty spot perfect for a stroll.


When you stay in the east of Majorca, you will be close to a series of underground coves, ideal for adventurous holidaymakers. Cuevas del Drach are about 4km long with a depth of 25m. There are underground lakes to explore and some visits end with a classical performance from musicians on a boat. There's also the Parc Natural de la Península, a quiet spot for climbers and bird watchers.


Stay in west Majorca to be near the island's mountainous landscape. The Serra de Tramuntana is a great trek through natural fauna and flora, or you can wander through Sóller's citrus groves too. Spend some time in the district's idyllic villages, such as Valldemossa, Fornalutx or Biniaraix, for a taste of old-world Majorca.


Central Majorca is the ideal spot for foodies to spend their holiday. Rustic farms (also known as fincas) and old wine cellars have been turned into restaurants offering local delicacies that include tumbet (veggie ratatouille) or lechona (suckling pig). Go here to try some traditional Mediterranean fare that strays from seafood and paella.

No matter where you decide to stay in Majorca, we'll pick you up at the airport and take you to your chosen location, thanks to our Majorca airport transfers.