Thanks to its beautiful, sandy beaches and Mediterranean climate, Majorca is a very popular holiday city all year round. With stunning sunbathing spots and a upbeat nightlife drawing visitors to the lovely island, there’s also historical Palma and several huge waterparks to enjoy, which make vacations to Majorca a great choice for the entire family. Due to so many package choices and great deals from Co-op Travel, visiting the Balearics is easy. There are many reasons to visit this enclave in the Balearic Islands. Below you would find just 10 of them.
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10 – Exploring Alaro Castle

Alaro Castle

Alaro Castle

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To visit Alaro castle you must first conquer the Puig D’Alaro – a steep climb, but worth the effort if you are fit enough. Starting in Alaro town, head for the ‘Orient Valley’, where you will see a road leading up the hill. It’s a very pleasant walk with lovely views and scents as you ascend.

09 – Visiting Almudaina Palace

Majorca Almudaina Palace

Almudaina Palace

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Located at the entrance to the city, this ancient palace was built in the 10th Century on a site which pre-dates the city of Palma itself. It has many interesting historic features as well as a museum.

08 – Climbing Calvari Steps

Calvari Steps

Calvari Steps

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The walk at Calvari Steps can be challenging but there are a few places to stop along the way and admire the view, including a couple of shops. The staircase is lined with cypress trees and the views from the top of the steps are simply amazing.

07 – Playing Games At Casino De Mallorca

Casino De Mallorca

Casino De Mallorca

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Casino De Mallorca has a luxurious setting and attracts visitors in large numbers, both playing and spectating.

06 – Having Fun At El Laberinto Maze Fun Park

Wooden Maze

Wooden Maze

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El Laberinto Maze Fun Park is wooden, has about a kilometre of passages, and is frequented by clowns and pirates during afternoon and evening shows.

05 – Ride In Ferrocarril De Sóller

Ferrocarril De Soller

Ferrocarril De Soller

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Ferrocarril de Soller is an electric locomotive train that runs from Palma de Mallorca to Soller, on the north west coast of the island.

04 – Visiting Bellver Castle

Bellver Castle

Bellver Castle

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Situated just outside the city of Palma, Majorca’s Castell de Bellver is a 14th century castle steeped in history and legend.

03 – Enjoying Fiesta Rey En Jaume

Fiesta Rey En Jaume

Fiesta Rey En Jaume

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The Fiesta of Rei en Jaume is a large festival that takes place in Santa Ponsa at the start of each September, and lasts for two whole weeks.

02 – Take A Trip On Mallorca Balloons

Mallorca Balloons

Mallorca Balloons

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Mallorca Balloons offer balloon excursions from the Manacor Balloon Airport. You can enjoy the view when flying above this beautiful city.

01 – Visiting Palma Cathedral

Palma Cathedral

Palma Cathedral

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Anything you see inside Palma cathedral will come as a disappontment once you have stood on the seafront and gazed up at its golden sandstone exterior climbing above the old city walls. La Seu stands out from its surroundings, a demonstration of the might of Mallorca’s Christian conquerors to all who arrived by sea.