Majorca is a large island and there is plenty to see and do, depending on which resort you are staying at. Palma has a massive Gothic cathedral to visit, Magaluf has the Western Water Park, Santa Ponsa boasts Jungle Parc with its high ropes experience, and Arenal (also known as S’Arenal and El Arenal) has the Aqualand el Arenal water park. Meanwhile, Alcudia has an especially pretty Old Town, Palma Nova has Katmandu Park, with rides and other attractions with a spooky feel, while Portals Nous is home of Marineland, with its aquarium and animal shows. Wherever you stay, to get away from the crowds you could sort out a visit to a winery. For example, the village of Binissalem north east of Palma has several wineries around it and most are open to the public, although check in advance.
On any of the towns suitable for a group holiday in Majorca, there will be great nightlife. For the wilder stag weekends and hen weekends, there are of course some very busy and well-established clubs. For example, Tito’s in Palma dates back to the 1950s, although the style has changed a lot since then. Majorca is a big island with many resorts that are suitable for short breaks, so we won’t attempt to go into any detail on this overview page. Suffice to say, with a bit of planning and asking for recommendations on social media, you are certain to find nightlife for your short break that is exactly what your group is looking for.
We love Majorca and know its hotels very well, so please let us hear about your requirements and we can recommend you a suitable hotel. Popular hotels in Alcudia include the friendly and affordable BelleVue Club, in Palma Nova there is the bargain delight of Son Matias Beach, while in Santa Ponsa the Ola Apartments Bouganvillia is well-liked by people on group holidays.
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