The largest of the Balearics, the stunning island of Majorca offers beautiful beaches, a fabulous historical capital, breathtaking mountainous scenery & an ideal Mediterranean climate. Enjoy the clear sea & sands of the former fishing village of Cala d'Or on the East coast, relax on the endless white sand at Palma Nova or explore all that Magaluf has to offer. The island comprises of seven cities, the capital being Palma where the majority of the population resides. Cities and small towns in other regions such as Playa de Mallorca, Raiguer, Migjorn and Llevant also attract a fair amount of tourists.
With a convenient location in the lap of the Mediterranean Sea. visitors to Majorca can easily explore the untouched beauty, immaculate picturesque beaches, incredible scenery and many attractions the island has to offer.
The King of the Balearics, Majorca is a favourite amongst British holidaymakers and is visited by millions of tourists each year. There is plenty to see and do including great shopping and nightlife opportunities, along with a plethora of restaurants and tapas bars, or you may choose to relax at the pristine beaches and sheltered coves. Along with sightseeing tours, or visit the Serra de Tramuntana mountains for some amazing breath-taking scenery or visit the Cathedral Le Seu, scuba and snorkelling are also popular things to do. No matter how long your stay is there are more sights and adventures waiting to be discovered!
Please be informed that the Balearic Parliament has introduced a Sustainable Tourism Tax which will be applicable to all clients staying in Majorca. This applies to any person 16 years or older on the day of arrival and staying at any type of accommodation. The tax is charged per person per night at the following rate: 5-star and 4-star superior hotels and 4 key apartments: 4 euros, 4 star and 3-star superior hotels and 3 key superior apartments: 3 euros, 1, 2 and 3-star hotels and 1, 2 and 3 key apartments: 2 euros. During the winter season (1st November - 30th April) a 75% discount will apply to these rates. Long stays will also be discounted by 50% after the 9th day. VAT will apply to the tax at 10%.
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