If you're looking for the fast route to relaxation, All inclusive holidays to Majorca are the way to go.

Beach life in Alcudia and Cala Millor

You’ll be tripping over sandy beaches in Majorca. The north-east coast is home to supersized stretches like Alcudia and Cala Millor. Both beaches are long, sandy, and come with a side of lively bars and restaurants.

Party nights in Magaluf

Magaluf is a town of two halves. In the day, families hone in on the sheltered, sandy beach. But the town really comes alive at sundown, when the clubs and bars welcome the under-30 crowd. At the middle of it all is BCM — the biggest nightclub in Europe.

City life in Palma

Some of our most exclusive All Inclusive hotels sprinkle Palma. The RIU Bravo Hotel, for instance, pairs a sleek pool scene with a mini spa. And it’s within grabbing distance of Playa de Palma beach. If you want to go exploring, jump on a bus to the city centre. A Gothic cathedral and gourmet tapas bars take centre stage.

An All Inclusive holiday to Majorca is the ultimate hassle-free trip. Just pick your airport, flights and hotel, and we’ll sort out extras like transfers, main meals and local drinks.

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