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Top 5 Things To See and Do in Majorca
From its golden sandy beaches to fascinating historical sights, it's no wonder that Majorca is such a popular tourist destination. Here at Holiday Extras, we provide fantastic value airport transfers with hundreds of different options and destinations so you can get to your location easily.
Take a look below at our top 5 things to see and do when visiting Majorca.
Relax on the beach
No trip to Majorca would be complete without experiencing the many beautiful sandy beaches and coves that the island has to offer. Calo des Moro, for example, located on the coast of Santanyi, is one of the most well known coves and features gorgeous white sands and turquoise waters.
Visit Palma's historical Old Town
Take a walk through the mazy cobbled streets of the Old Town in Palma to appreciate a variety of Renaissance and Baroque architecture, and make sure to stop by the Roman Gothic Cathedral known as La Seu; one of the tallest in Europe, its golden sandstone towers and 60 plus stained-glass windows are a truly impressive sight.
Explore Mondrago Natural Park
One of the most stunning natural spots on Majorca, Mondrago is close to the coastal resort of Cala d'Or. There are plenty of pretty path walks you can take to the beach, where you'll find crystal clear waters alongside rugged cliff edges, and there's also a wetlands area featuring a range of migratory birds.
Hire a boat and do some watersports
There's no better way of experiencing the shimmering Mediterranean waves than by hiring a boat and sailing along the scenic coastline. There are also a whole range of watersports you can take part in, from paddle boarding and kayaking, to riding a jet-ski or water-skiing for the more adventurous.
Discover the Serra de Tramuntana mountains
This 90km mountain range features impressive cliff faces and agricultural landscapes of outstanding natural beauty. Hire a car with Holiday Extras and spend a few days driving along scenic mountain roads, stopping off at the picturesque villages on the way. Thrill-seekers might even like to do some canyoning to fully appreciate the varied rock formations and stunning views.
However you decide to spend your time on this diverse and vibrant island, remember to book your Majorca airport transfers with Holiday Extras for a reliable service to your desired destination. We offer a variety of options, from shared shuttles to private cars and minibuses to get you to your resort at great prices and in comfort.