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Tips On Travelling Alone To Majorca

Many people dream of dropping everything and jetting off to a foreign country to go solo travelling. Exploring new places on your own can be a thrilling experience, but there are certain things to bear in mind to ensure that you get the most out of your trip, as well as booking accommodation and airport transfers. Here are our top tips for travelling alone in Majorca:

1. Think about when you will travel

Because of its warm weather and sandy beaches, Majorca is a popular holiday destination – especially among families with young children. The island is at its busiest during July and August, so avoid these periods if you would prefer to beat the crowds.

2. Know your transport options

Travellers in Majorca benefit from extensive bus routes across the island, but if you'd like to hire a car, bear in mind that there are some restrictions. Some car rental companies won't let you hire from them if you're under 23, and you will need to have your documents handy. In Majorca, car rental costs around €30 per day, but the exact amount will depend on the type of car you are hiring. To get your holiday off to the best start, book one of our Majorca airport transfers , which will take you from the airport to your accommodation as soon as you arrive.

3. Buy insurance

Accidents can happen at any point, so it is important to consider travel insurance to cover your entire holiday.

4. Pack light

It can be tempting to put anything and everything you think you might need for your holiday into your bag, but pack too much and you will regret it further down the line. Limit your packing to only the essentials and work out which disposable items you can purchase when you arrive. Just be sure to pack comfortable shoes and plenty of sun cream to make sure you are well prepared when you arrive.

5. Make friends

Although you have decided to travel alone, there's no reason not to make friends on your journey. They will come in handy when you need advice or emergency supplies and, for safety reasons, you could also let them know when you plan to visit unpopulated or remote regions.