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The largest of the three Balearic Islands, Majorca is a paradise for sun seekers looking for the ultimate beach vacation. From the golden shores of Palma de Mallorca to the hilltop towns of the Sierra de Tramuntana Mountains, beach hotels in Majorca are perfect for families and couples looking to explore some of Spain’s most diverse and unique landscapes. Enjoy blissful sunsets, hidden coves and rich culture with beach hotels in Majorca.

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Beach Hotels Majorca

Located off the west coast of Spain, the three Balearic Islands are a magnet for beachgoers and outdoor enthusiasts. The largest island, Majorca, attracts travelers for its lively nightlife and awe-inspiring beaches coupled with warm turquoise water. When staying with a beach hotel in Majorca you can explore the medieval villages of the Sierra de Tramuntana, Gothic seafront cathedrals and underwater wildlife that will leave you spellbound.

Beach hotels in Majorca: The best locations for the perfect beach vacation

Palma de Mallorca: Majorca’s Cultural Capital

Packed with ancient sites, lively bars, traditional Mallorcan eateries and world-class beach hotels, it’s small wonder that Palma de Mallorca is a hive of activity. Whether you wish to frequent the beaches or stroll around the old town, beach hotels in Majorca’s central city put you in the heart of the action. Some hotels even provide private beaches, 5-star facilities and oceanfront views. The kilometers of sand that make up Playa de Palma Beach is usually the first stop for sun seekers looking to catch some rays, while the clear water around Cala Major is perfect for swimming. However there’s more to Palma de Mallorca than its excellent beaches. The Bellver Castle looms over the city and provides panoramic views of the coast, while the impressive Palma Cathedral is a jewel on Palma’s skyline. One of the most intriguing sites on the island is Cuevas del Drach, located on the east coast near Porto Cristo. This cave system is open to the public and features a mystical underground lake.

Majorca and the Balearics

If you want to get out of town and explore Majorca’s miles of rugged coastline, look no further than a beach hotel on Majorca’s northern shore. Explore Alcúdia Bay by booking a luxury hotel in Alcúdia itself, famous for its well-preserved old town and centuries-old architecture. The town sits in the center of the Victoria peninsula, stretching out into the glittering Mediterranean and flanked by beautiful beaches in three directions. Further north is Pollença, a traditional hamlet of local cafes and stone houses and the perfect base for exploring the dramatic Cap de Formentor – Majorca’s most northerly point. If you’ve had your fill of beach hotels in Majorca and are looking for somewhere a little more lively, cross the water from Palma de Mallorca to Ibiza, an island famous for its nightlife. A beach hotel in Ibiza means you can sun yourself on breathtaking beaches such as Cala d’Hort during the day and hit the bars of Ibiza Town and San Antonio come nightfall. Furthermore, the north of the island has a much more relaxed atmosphere, so you can pick and choose the kind of the vacation you want. The smallest island in the Balearics is Menorca, the understated little sister of Majorca and Ibiza. Here, life moves at a slower pace yet there is still plenty to enjoy with a beach hotel. Highlights of Menorca include miles of sandy coves, lively fiestas during summer and Monte Toro – Menorca’s spiritual heart.

Explore Further Spanish Islands

The seven volcanic islands which lie off the west coast of Africa are a magnet for families and couples seeking the perfect beach hotel. The Canary Islands are awash with beauty, and the island of Tenerife is no different. In the shadow of the Teide volcano, beach hotels in Tenerife offer dreamy ocean vistas and wild national parks waiting to be explored. Water sports are also popular, and you can snorkel, surf and even parasail around the popular town of Los Cristianos. Tenerife is also home to a Zoo and Aqualand Costa Adeje water park, making it a great place to spend some time with little ones. Gran Canaria is another popular spot for travelers looking to escape for a summer getaway. The third largest island in the archipelago, Gran Canaria has a varied topography which includes mountainous desert further inland and lush flora and fauna to the north, which is ideal for visitors who want to engage in an active vacation of hiking and biking around this alluring island. Beach hotels here provide the perfect respite after your expeditions around the island.