If You Were Stuck On A Desert Island…

20th Jul 2011
If You Were Stuck On A Desert Island…

If You Were Stuck On A Desert Island…Where’s the first place you’d want to be able to fly back to? Ideally, it would be somewhere with luxurious hotels, friendly people, delicious food and superb weather, as well as being fairly close to home. One destination that ticks all of the above is Majorca.

For many years, Majorca has been a popular tourist destination with holidaymakers being drawn to the island for its Mediterranean sun-baked beaches, its vibrant nightlife and the plethora of activities for couples and families to enjoy; and Majorca holidays with easyJet make it easier than ever to get the perfect holiday at a very affordable price.

Upon touching down in Majorca, many people’s first port of call is the beach, and quite right too. Whether you prefer sand or shingle, Majorca has a huge choice of beaches, from the long, sandy and bustling Formentor to the secluded, rocky and picturesque Cala Deià. Many of the busier beaches have brilliant water sports and surfing activities as well as a whole host of beach bars, showers and sun beds.

If you find that the lovely cyan waters and gold beaches haven’t quite satisfied your craving for natural beauty, then a trip to the Mondrago Natural Park will definitely fulfil your needs. Located in the south-east of the island, the park has a breathtaking array of stunning, quintessential Mediterranean scenery.

Travellers who prefer city breaks over beach holidays will find plenty to inspire and occupy them when visiting Majorca. The capital city of Palma is a fantastic excursion for anyone holidaying on the island. No matter where you turn in Palma, it is impossible to escape the city’s vast and impressive history. From the Romans to the Moors to the Christians, Palma has played host to many of history’s most important civilisations, and as a result its landscape is strewn with remnants and relics from hundreds of years ago. Among the most impressive are the Believer Castle, the Royal Palace of La Almudaina and the Arab Baths.

That isn’t to say that Palma is lacking in modern attractions, though. One of its most visited institutions is Marineland, which gives visitors the opportunity to see brilliant dolphin displays, as well as observe fascinating marine life in the huge aquarium. Palma is easily accessible by public transport, but depending on where you are staying, it may be cheaper to take advantage of one of the many great car hire deals available.

After a busy day’s sightseeing or sunbathing, you will no doubt have built up a considerable appetite, so it’s just as well that Majorca has some of the finest eateries in Spain. Great food can be found both in and out of the cities, and whether it’s a table for two or six, there are restaurants to suit all budgets. For those looking for some great entertainment with their meal, a themed dinner show in the city is a must. The dinners range from traditional flamenco shows to medieval banquets, and while they are very obviously aimed at tourists, that doesn’t detract from the sheer fun they provide for all the family.

The favourite part of the island among younger people is the resort of Magaluf. One of the top five clubbing destinations on the planet, the well known resort is famed for its great DJs, all-night clubs, and surprisingly quiet beaches during the day. For school leavers and graduates, easyJet holidays to Magaluf are the perfect way to celebrate this summer.



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