Cathedral Le Seu in Mallorca

Action in Mallorca

Majorca is the largest of the Balearic islands and as such is well equipped with amazing attractions to suit the many holidaymakers that head there each year. You can look forward to the following:

Watersports to Suit All

Whichever popular Majorcan resort you choose – perhaps Alcudia, Magaluf or Palma Nova – you’ll find fantastic beach scenes with watersports to suit all ages and dispositions. The calm, warm waters of the Mediterranean lend themselves perfectly to everything from jet skiing to pedal boating with the kids.

Action and Adventure

Away from the beach you’ll find that Majorca’s rugged landscape offers some amazing opportunities for action and adventure.

Scale the Serra de Tramuntana mountains for stunning views and a sense of accomplishment that will last all holiday.

Spectacular Shows

The Pirates Adventure show in Magaluf is a must see while in Majorca, with world class acrobatics, gymnastics and dancing. The earlier showings are family friendly and perfect for kids, whereas Pirates Uncut is a much cheekier version suitable only for adults.

Come Fly With Me is another amazing acrobatic show in Magaluf with great reviews.

Magnificent Architecture

Cathedral Le Seu in Mallorca

Lovers of Gothic architecture should make sure that they see the Cathedral Le Seu in Palma de Mallorca. This cathedral is one of the most famous example of Gothic architecture throughout Europe and is a symbol of Mallorca. It dates back to the 14th century, about a century after christianity made its first forays on the island. The cathedral was so ambitious in scope that it took several centuries and many architects to see it finally completed.

Great Leisure Attractions

Majorca really does have something for everyone, and this shows in the island’s wide variety of leisure attractions.

The Golf Fantasia mini-golf complex outside of Palma Nova makes for a good family afternoon out, and the Palma Aquarium in Palma de Mallorca is another afternoon sorted.

Majorca also boasts no less than four water parks, the Western Park and the Aquapark in Magaluf, Hidropark in Port d’Alcudia and Aqualand in S’Arenal, so you’ll never be far away from some splashing good fun in the sun.

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Why you should visit Lanzarote in the Canary Islands

One of the many beaches in Lanzarote

If you’re planning your next holiday abroad why not take a closer look at the small Canary Island of Lanzarote? As it is big on attractions and great weather and an ideal destination if you are seeking to escape the chill of winter.

Easy To Reach

Lanzarote – along with the other six islands that comprise the Canaries – are a world away in terms of weather but very easy to get to. Flights to Lanzarote from the UK take just four hours, making the island the closest winter sun destination for British travellers. But without the lengthy journey times involved in jetting off to the Far East or the Caribbean.

Wonderful Weather

Lanzarote´s key attraction is undoubtedly its amazing climate as here you can be sunbathing on the beach whilst your friends and family back home are tucking into their Christmas turkey. The island is also ideal during the summer months as it stays cooler than mainland Spain, which can be like a furnace during July and August, thanks to the influence of the Trade Winds.

Beautiful Beaches

As you´d expect from any popular holiday destination Lanzarote is big on beaches. There are over 100 to explore and some are simply amazing, such as the huge sweeping bay at Famara, which is a hot favourite with the surfing fraternity. Each of the main resorts boast superb beaches too, but arguably the number one stretch of sand on the island can be found at Papagayo, located close to the resort of Playa Blanca. As here visitors can select from six distinctly different coves and bays, all of which boast golden grains and great views across to the neighbouring island of Fuerteventura.

Amazing Attractions

There´s so many things to do and see on Lanzarote that you´ll wished you’d booked an extra week. For this reason many people also choose to come back year after year, discovering more about the island as they go. The best known attraction is the Timanfaya National Park, which is home to hundreds of volcanoes and amazing volcanic scenery. But there are also loads of other amazing sights such as the Jameos del Agua and the Mirador del Rio, both of which were created by the famous artist César Manrique.

Getting Around

Exploring Lanzarote is easy as the island is so small. Car hire in Lanzarote is cheap too so the island is very accessible for visitors.