Cheap Flights to Majorca, Palma
Book cheap Majorca flights with Olympic Holidays and arrive in the island’s lovely capital city of Palma, with its extensive history dating back to Roman times, when it was founded as a camp on the remains of a Bronze Age settlement. The Old City, the Cathedral and more, are fascinating places to spend a day or two exploring. Palma is the island’s cultural centre with festivals, concerts, literary events and exhibitions throughout the year, not to mention its numerous international restaurants and delicious traditional Majorcan cuisine.
Most people who come here, though, head straight for the 350 stunning miles of coastline dotted with sandy white beaches and coves on this, the largest of the Balearic Islands. With its lively resorts pulsating with the beat of a thriving night scene, cheap flights to Majorca are ideal for young people seeking an exciting break with plenty of action. Its amazing scenery will attract all comers, though, and the huge range of sandy beaches, watersports and four thrilling waterparks make it a great destination for families, too.
Cheap Flights to Majorca for sun, sand and that special Spanish something!
The island offers a rewarding holiday for party people and culture lovers alike; tailor your visit to your tastes. An island of scenic beauty steeped in history, you can enjoy the sandy coves, explore the island and discover its history as you please. Much of the natural countryside is protected making for many fabulous hours of hiking or mountain bike riding. Or you can hire a car to travelling among the endless olive and almond groves, citrus orchards and pine forests. History lovers will want to explore the Roman ruins, old windmills and antiquated villages.
Not too far from the capital, Palma is the resort of Palma Nova, a lively, bustling resort with white sand beaches and watersports. Close by is its even more boisterous neighbour, Magaluf, a mecca for young British holidaymakers, with hundreds of all-night clubs and bars attracting many a big name in the DJ world. In the opposite direction from Palma, the resorts of Cala d’Or and relative newcomer, Cabo Blanco, benefit from the scenic backdrop provided by the rocky south-eastern coastline and dense pine forests, sheltering 3 miles of sandy coves. Both resorts are popular with families. The east coast is blessed with a number of stunningly pretty resorts including Cala Bona, Cala Millor, Calas De Mallorca and Sa Coma, where beach lovers can’t go wrong, and with much to appreciate in the lovely towns and fishing villages which pepper the coastline. The resort of Alcudia is to be found on the northeastern coast of Majorca with one of the finest beaches on the island; its warm shallow waters stretching 11 kms and make Alcudia extremely popular with young families. There are numerous watersports on offer and you are never far from a beach bar or cafe. Also in the northeast is the relaxing resort of Ca'n Picafort with its lovely sandy beach and beautiful pine-clad hillsides.
Majorca Flights - Key Facts
Flight Time: 2 hrs 30 mins
Time Difference: + 1hr (GMT)
Transport: Local Buses or Taxi
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Flights to Majorca from the UK
Majorca flights with Olympic Holidays depart from London Gatwick and Manchester on a daily basis offering complete flexibility, and many other regional UK airports also offer flights to Majorca. So if you’re looking for a 7 night family holiday, or just fancy a weekend away, then look no further than Olympic Holidays for flights to Majorca.