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There's a wealth of beautiful places to stay on Majorca; fun in the sun, family friendly or stylishly upmarket - there's a resort for every type of holiday.

Which resort to choose in Mallorca

There's a wealth of beautiful places to stay on Majorca; fun in the sun, family friendly or stylishly upmarket - there's a resort for every type of holiday.

Read our guides to each of the most popular resorts in Mallorca to see which one suits the holiday you're looking for.

Alcúdia

Alcúdia is the stuff of Family Holidays; a super wide bay edged with soft golden sand shelving gently into clear water making it the perfect haven...Read more

Alcúdia

A fabulous beach backed by sand dunes in part. Along its stretch are some good quality hotels and on the beach itself are a good number of bars...Read more

Andratx

In days gone by the little fishing port of Puerto de Andratx served the main town of Andratx situated some way inland as a protection from pirates...Read more

Andratx

Beloved by independent travellers for many decades this pretty resort is a great place for those who like to be close enough to Palma for shopping...Read more

Artà

Set amongst a rugged coastline Cala Ratjada is a relatively new resort that has sprung up around the original fishing village.Read more

Calvià

Close to Portals Nous (the best address in Majorca) you’ll come across the small and exclusive resort of Illetas.Read more

Calvià

If one beach isn’t enough – Paguera has three! And they all consist of beautiful sun bleached sand lapped by crystal clear water.Read more

Calvià

Unusually Santa Ponsa has developed a reputation for its Celtic theme helped by the many Irish and Scottish bars and restaurants which have opened...Read more

Calvià

Most definitely a fun ‘n’ frolic resort beloved by generations of Brits. With a super wide sandy beach it’s perfect by day and at night it comes...Read more

Calvià

Right next door to Magaluf is Palma Nova a little more grown up but just as lively.Read more

Felanitx

This quiet, relaxing resort is centred around three soft sandy coves or Calas in Spanish dotted along a rugged coastline, Cala Antena, Cala...Read more

Llucmajor

Arenal is the stuff of holiday dreams; long white sands, palm trees and turquoise waters are all to be found here.Read more

Palma de Mallorca

This resort is on the superb 6 km beach that runs from ...Read more

Palma de Mallorca

This was one of the very first resorts on Majorca to welcome British holidaymakers and it is still as popular with them today, though it’s also is...Read more

Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca is a beautiful city, similar to Barcelona, only smaller. Read more

Pollença

Originally a fishing village, this popular town with a dramatic backdrop of the Tramuntana mountains, nestled in a sheltered horseshoe shaped bay...Read more

Santanyí

Clustered around several sandy coves Cala d’Or is quite unique in Majorca. Read more

Sant Llorenç des Cardassar

Clustered around a small picturesque fishing harbour is the delightful resort of Cala Bona. Read more

Sant Llorenç des Cardassar

This resort has a spectacular beach. More than 6 km of soft golden sand stretches along the coastline lapped by turquoise sea. Read more

Sant Llorenç des Cardassar

If you can see a sweep of pure white sand, lapped by sapphire waters and backed by a promenade lined with palm trees leading to lush countryside...Read more

Sant Llorenç des Cardassar

A family friendly resort situated on a lovely part of the coastline. Nightlife is quieter here, but there’re plenty of bars and restaurants to...Read more

Sóller

A pretty port area with trendy hotels and excellent restaurants this is a popular place for families and couples wanting a more relaxed holiday...Read more