Holidays To Majorca From Manchester

Holidays To Majorca From Manchester

Popular Resorts In Majorca

Magaluf Holidays in Majorca


Lively Magaluf has a thriving nightlife scene with plenty of pool parties, clubs and hotels.

Cala Millor Holidays in Majorca

Cala Millor

Cala Millor is great for families with its great beach and range of family friendly accommodation.

Alcudia Holidays in Majorca


As far away from Palma as you can get, Alcudia offers a popular resort that's away from the capital.

Palma Nova Holidays in Majorca

Palma Nova

Upmarket with a marina, Palma Nova has a couple of upmarket hotels as well as self catering accommodation.


Majorca holiday destinations from Manchester

Majorca Destinations From Manchester


Majorca is home to famous Magaluf, popular with youngsters heading away on a party holiday in the sun. There are now certain laws, rules and restrictions on drinking in Magaluf, so be sure to check out on the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) website for the most up-to-date information, but there is still plenty of fun to be had. Adult only hotels with pool parties and beach bars dotted along the coast, along with a good chunk of nightclubs are all on offer. But don't just think this place is for groups of friends, there are several family friendly hotels here too.


Palma is the capital city of the island, and with its own Playa de Palma beach just down the road, makes for a fantastic beach and city break destination. Stay in the heart of the historic city, or head a little further out or along the marina front to one of the more resort style hotels.

Cala D'Or

Located on the south east coast of the island, Cala D'or offers that quintessential holiday resort vibe. There are only a couple of small beaches here, but wow are they beautiful! You'll find hotel chains like Melia and Inturotel, along with bars, restaurants, shops and supermarkets.

Puerto Pollensa

The beachside town of Puerto Pollensa sits right up in the very north of the island. The long stretch of soft, sandy beach here is home to family friendly hotels, and self catering villas and apartments, with the marina at the very heart of the town.

Tour Operators to Majorca From Manchester

Tour Operators

As such a popular holiday destination, most travel agents and tour operators feature Majorca within their packages. While tour operators like TUI and Jet2 can package up their own flights, travel companies like On The Beach, loveholidays and Blue Sea Holidays can package up scheduled flights with airlines like Ryanair and British Airways.

TUI Holidays

TUI's biggest destination from Manchester is Majorca, with daily flights in the summer. Packages usually include flights, accommodation, airport transfers and check-in luggage, plus they have a low deposit offering too (and in some instances a no deposit offer at selected hotels).


Which? recommended travel provider Jet2holidays, also packages up its Jet2 flights with accommodation, adding in hotel or villa accommodation, plus airport transfers (or car hire if you're booking a villa holiday). ATOL protection ensures you have extra financial protection and they have in-resort holiday reps to answer any questions you have while you're on holiday.

easyJet Holidays

With direct flights to the island, easyJet offers ABTA and ATOL protected Majorca holidays from Manchester. They package up their own flights with a variety of accommodation options, although airport transfers aren't usually included so you'll need to add this on when you book and can push up the price.

Holiday Types From Manchester To Majorca

Holiday Types

Last Minute Escapes

Loads of flights and loads of accommodation options means that Majorca is a fantastic place for a last minute holiday. These airlines and hotels really don't want to be empty so there are often some great late deals, even to the quieter resorts like Santa Ponsa, Cala Bona and Sa Coma.

Free Child Places

Both Jet2 holidays and TUI holidays have free child place finders, allowing you to save money on your next holiday. Thousands of free child place holidays are available, evening in Summer, but for the more popular hotels like the Holiday Village Majorca in Cala Millor, and the Insotel Cala Mandia Resort & Spa in Porto Cristo (beautiful beach nearby), you'll want to book up early. Always check the kids clubs on offer too as some can be much better than others.

Adult Only Holidays

There are adult only hotels here too, but choose wisely. The more livlier resorts targeting younger holidaymakers like the BH Mallorca even has its own waterslides, while a more luxury, relaxing vibe is on offer at places like the AluaSoul Mallorca Resort in Cala d'Or. And even swim up rooms available at the Senses Palmanova Resort.

Villa Holidays

If you love a bit of freedom and like your own space, villas in Majorca can be an ideal holiday for families and groups, or someone looking for a quiet escape. Brands like James Villas and Villa Plus have hundreds of handpicked fincas, villas and holiday homes to choose from.

Things to do in Majorca

Things To Do

While you might just want to go on holiday to sit by the pool and sip on a wealth of cocktails, there's actually loads of things to do and see outside of your hotel. While organised tours and trips can make sure you don't miss a thing, why not hire a car and discover some of Majorca's best beaches, hidden away with white sand and turquoise waters.

Palma City

If you're staying in one of the beach resorts dotted around the island, a day trip into Palma offers a welcome break from the poolside antics and sandcastle building, and instead treats you to historic architecture, local Spanish tapas bars and plenty of shopping. Excursions can be organised but by far the best way is to jump in a taxi (or on the bus if public transport is easy from where you are staying), and head into the city centre.

Water Parks

During the summer months, a day trip to one of Majorca's water parks is an absolute must. Great for couples, families and groups of friends, on hot days, there's nothing quite like throwing yourself down a waterslide and scaring yourself silly. Of course, you can always chill out on the lazy river or by the wave pool. The three largest water parks in Majorca are Aqualand in El Arenal, Hidropark in Alcudia, and Western Water Park just outside of Magaluf.

Boat Trips

From party boats to family friendly catamaran trips, a great day trip in Majorca is a boat trip. And you could even spot a dolphin or two. Excursions can be booked in advance with companies like Viator, or you can buy tickets when you arrive. Your hotel staff or holiday rep can also help you book a tour.

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