All Inclusive Holidays To Majorca
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All Inclusive Holidays In Majorca Guide
A Guide To All Inclusive
As a family friendly destination in Spain, all inclusive holidays to Majorca are ideal if you want to get away with the family and not worry about money while you're on holiday. They can be great for couples too. And one of the really good things about Majorca is there are lots of flights to Palma from Southend, Exeter, Norwich, Liverpool, Newcastle and many other UK cities. Don't forget that if you want to make sure most of your meals are included, but still want the option to go out and try some of the local restaurants and tapas dishes, half board could be a better option for you.
There are a couple of adult only all inclusive hotels on Majorca, including the Cala Millor Garden Spa and Chill Out, and the THB Gran Playa in Can Picafort, both wonderful places to stay if you prefer to spend your time away, away from kids. Make sure to research your hotel first, as hotels in the Balearics have a different vibe from one another, with some being more chilled and relaxed, while others are more pool party orientated. If you love a pool party with a young vibe, try the BH Mallorca hotel in Magalluf which offers three swimming pools, live DJs, as well as the exciting Twisted Water Park with waterslides, a wave pool and jacuzzis.
All Inclusive Family Holidays
One of the great things about going all inclusive on a fmaily holiday in Majorca is that you really don't have to worry about a thing, especially when booking a flight inclusive package with airport transfers, etc. All meals and most drinks (including local alcoholic drinks) are included, and more often than not, poolside snacks during the days are also available, like ice creams and light bites.
Getting Out Of Your Resort
With all inclusive holiday resorts, especially ones in Majorca which offer everything from kids clubs and activities to evening entertainment and a good food selection, it might be tempting to stay within your hotel for the whole time. And that's great, after all, who wants to pay extra. But you'll be missing out on lots. Majorca is home to water parks, secluded sandy coves, and a whole host of fun activities from hiking to kite surfing and everything inbetween.
Free Child Places
Several large holiday companies like TUI and Jet2holidays offer free child places on all inclusive Majorca holidays, and when you book a package with them, not only is the flight, accommodation and food included, but usually the airport transfers and seat selection is too. Many family friendly resorts offer free kids places but they are popular so you might want to book ahead. Fear not, low deposit holidays are also available when you book far enough in advance, allowing you to pay the balance over several months.
Popular All Inclusive Resorts
There are loads of great all inclusive resorts in Spain, but Majorca definitely is a favourite for Brits. With glorious sunshine, fabulous sandy beaches and plenty of things to do and see, it all adds up to a wonderful holiday, but it's important to choose the right resort depending on who you're travelling with and what sort of holiday you're after. If you're struggling to work out where to stay, take our quick quiz to find out the best resort in Majorca for you.
Located in the north of the island, Alcudia offers a long stretch of wonderful sandy beach, popular with holidaymakers. Along this part of Majorca, there is lots of accommodation on offering including plenty of all inclusive hotels and resorts, like the TUI BLUE Alcudia Pins, Club Mac Alcudia and the BelleVue Bonita Hotel.
With top all inclusive hotels like the Globales Palmanova and Sol Palmanova, the small resort of Palma Nova between Magaluf and Portals Nous is an ideal spot for enjoying the Balearic sunshine. Here you can enjoy the resorts while still being close enough to the real hype of Majorca's clubs. And if you fancy a day away from the pool and on the sand, you'll find the Blue Flag beach is within easy reach of most accommodation.
On the far east of the island, close to Cala Millor, is Sa Coma, a relaxed, family friendly resort. This small town enjoys a beautiful beachfront location offering a number of hotels, designed for a more relaxed vacation. The resort hotels here cater well for families looking to fly and flop by the pool, but you can still find some good bars and restaurants dotted around the town if you do want to go and explore.
Magalluf is the notorious wilder side of Majorca. It's here that you'll find the noisier hotels, offering pool parties and live music. Better suited to those who want a livelier holiday within easy reach of the clubs and bars, Magaluf still often ends up being a family favourite. Be aware that new drinking rules were imposed in Magaluf which affect all inclusive guests there.
Not far from Magaluf is Santa Ponsa, a popular town with a pretty golden beach and marina, offering a great selection of all inclusive hotels like Pirates Village (a popular family friendly hotel), and the Iberostar Selection Jardin Del Sol Suites, which is more of a luxury resort. Santa Ponsa can be a good option if you like the odd night out in Magaluf but don't want to be in the heart of it.
Located on the east coast of the island, Cala d'Or has a more relaxed vibe, still with good bars and restaurants (if you decide to venture out), but with a couple of small beaches and a little marina, it's a popular place to stay. For an all inclusive holiday in Cala d'Or, try hotels like the AluaSoul Mallorca Resort and the adults only Hotel D'or Tucan.
With so many flights from the UK, and so many hotels catering for the British holidaymaker, you should have plenty of choice in who you decide to book through. We always recommend booking with an ABTA or ATOL scheme provider. Keep the cost of your holiday under budget by staying at cheap hotels like the Blue Sea Gran Playa in Sa Coma or the Bellevue Club Resort in Alcudia.
Not only does TUI offer a great range of all inclusive hotels in Majorca, they are ABTA protected too, meaning you can be safe in the knowledge that your money is safe when you book, should your holiday be cancelled due to things like Covid 19. They have a great range of different brands including TUI MAGIC LIFE and TUI BLUE For Families. You may also be able to find free child places on holidays to Majorca too. Check out the other Balearic Islands if you're flexible and want to get the best deals.
There are lots of Jet2 holidays to Majorca from across the UK including Belfast, Edinburgh and Leeds Bradford. If you're booking far enough in advance, you may be able to book with a low deposit from as little as £60 per person. If you book a package, you'll likely find that your check-in luggage allowance and airport transfers are included in the cost of your holiday too.
BA Holidays offers beach breaks to Majorca with escapes starting from as little as £199pp with a special focus on hotels in Palma and Playa de Palma, rather than some of the island's other beach resorts.
Travel Saftety & Advice
It's important to follow the local laws and check in advance the most up-to-date advice for your destination on the FCDO website. This is particularly important with visa and passport changes due to the UK leaving the European Union, as well as changing drinking rules in certain resorts for holidaymakers, which does include Majorca.