With just a two hour flight between the UK and Majorca, it’s no wonder that this Balearic Island is one of the most popular short haul retreats for British holidaymakers. The breathtaking Blue Flag beaches, the value for money and the fabulous sunshine are just some of the reasons why thousands upon thousands look into cheap flights to Majorca (http://book.flythomascook.com/cheap-flights/to-Majorca-Balearics/) year after year.
While it may be a little late in the season for you to contemplate a holiday here now, not wanting to risk meeting mild weather instead of the welcoming summer sun, it’ well worth considering a break for next year. By booking now, you could take advantage of some great advance deals and score a bargain. But which resort do you fly to?
As the party capital of the island, this is the resort to go to if you, or those you are travelling with, want the opportunity to party hard. From the bars that line the Strip that are open during the afternoons too, to get yourself into the mood, to the world famous clubs that have taken a turn for the better over recent years, hosting renowned DJs (Calvin Harris was resident for the summer at BCM this year!), Magaluf has something for every party animal. Let’s not forget the glorious beaches either, to top up your tan in the daytime when the clubs are shut.
If you want to be close enough to the Magaluf action, without being plonked in the middle of it, Palma Nova is for you. Just a short distance away from the Magaluf attractions but quiet enough to be perfect for holidaymakers looking for a little bit of relaxation too, Palma Nova is ideal for families and groups alike.
Alternatively, at the north of the island is Alcudia which is ideal for families with small children and those looking to avoid the party capital altogether. The beaches are safe, the waterpark is great fun and the relaxation opportunities are rife.
With so many resorts to choose from on the island, it’d be hard to choose your ideal base – start your search early!