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Majorca Key Facts

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The most commonly spoken language is Spanish.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Majorca is the euro.

Local Time

1 hour ahead

Frequently Asked Questions

Majorca has year-round sunshine and warm temperatures. The peak season is from May to October, with the hottest temperatures in the summer months of July and August. Spring and autumn are a good time to visit if you want lower temperatures and fewer crowds – or if you want to go cycling or hiking. The low season is in winter but it’s still warm enough then to explore the island.
<a href=''>Palma Nova</a> is great for families, as well as groups hitting Mallorca’s famous party locations. A 20-minute drive or 45-minute bus journey from Palma airport, it’s one of the island’s most popular tourist areas.It’s just a 10-minute drive or 35-minute walk from <a href=''>Magaluf</a>, making it a quiet daytime base for those looking to enjoy the area’s world-famous wild nightlife. Families will enjoy the town’s close proximity to Western Waterpark, which is just three and-a-half kilometres away, and Katmandu Amusement park, which is within a 25-minute walk. It’s also packed with plenty of eateries serving everything from familiar British meals to authentic Spanish tapas.Home to Palma de Mallorca Airport, capital city Palma is a bustling destination for couples and groups seeking a stylish city break. Visit La Seu, the city’s imposing Gothic cathedral or take in some modern culture at the Es Baluard Museum of Contemporary Art. Hotels near Palma will also put you close to world heritage site Serra de Tramuntana, which is just 26km away. Take the El Tren de Sóller’s hour-long journey through the mountains to enjoy unforgettable views.<a href=''>Alcudia</a> is rich in culture, with medieval battlements enclosing its quaint streets. Boutique hotels and exceptional restaurants, as well as its close proximity to the charming sun-baked town of Pollenca, make hotels near Alcudia a great choice for couples on a culturally rich break. Villas in the sprawling countryside near the town also make a great base for families and groups looking for a relaxing holiday.

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