5:28pm Sunday 3rd January 2010
Holidays in Majorca are renowned for stunning Mediterranean seas, excellent golden beaches and family friendly atmosphere. With numerous hotels and apartments to choose from and masses of resorts offering excellent facilities, its difficult to decide which one is right for you. Here are some guides to help you decide;
Magaluf is Majorcas Kavos of Corfu, it is young, lively and filled with nightclubs and bars. Offering the popular BCM nightclub, Magaluf is ideal for those seeking an alcohol fuelled escape, late nights and wild parties. Aswell as its wild nightlife, Magaluf also benefits from having a stunning beach and great shopping venues. Home to the fun-filled waterpark, Aqualand attracts holidaymakers from all over the island to spend a day of fun at this extreme attraction.
Palma Nova lies just beside Magaluf, so is ideal for those who prefer more scenic surrounds along with nearby lively nightlife. The horse shoe shaped bay offers fabulous, soft sands and could keep you there all day. If however, youre not a beachy person, head for the town where youll find ample bars and restaurants along with shopping venues in abundance. This stunning, commercialised resort has everything to offer, whether its a quiet, beach based holiday or a lively, bar packed holiday youre looking for.
Cala Dor holidays bring you to this quaint, quiet resort where secluded, hidden bays sit alone boasting stunning scenery and clear blue seas. You wont struggle for a sunbed as they fill the beach awaiting sun revellers. Relax, unwind and appreciate the benefits of staying in such an amazing resort. Sit along the seafront sipping fine wine and tasting culinary delights from every corner of the world. From unique shopping venues to top class restaurants, youll leave feeling spoilt and rejuvenated from this stunning, Spanish retreat.
Puerto Pollensa is one of Majorcas prettiest resorts, discover traditional Majorca with its mountainous surrounds and wide, sandy cove. Lay out on these huge golden sands with a good book in hand and the sun beating down on you like an angry headache. The evenings are fairly low key and are centred around good food. Stroll along the palm fringed promenade, dine in Majorcas finest fresh fish restaurants and enjoy your evening in this warm, vibrant atmosphere.
If none of these resorts appeal to you, then head to the creme de la creme, the cream of the crop, Santa Ponsa. This amazing resort is like no other, its glitter filled, vibrant atmosphere brings the sparkle to every holiday. Whether you prefer to lay along the golden beach all day worshipping the beating sun, stroll around the shops or visit the nearby theme park, Santa Ponsa can offer it all. The modest nightlife offers a host of nightclubs along with Scottish, Irish and cocktail bars and a very friendly atmosphere. Aswell as sumptuous seas, sizzling sunshine and beautiful beaches, Santa Ponsa brings the sparkle to a diamond, the magic to a spell and the X Factor to Majorca, it stands out from the rest and makes holidays in Majorca something special.
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