MAJORCA
an incredible paradise waiting to be explored

Universal Hotels, not only offers you the best accommodation for a dream vacation, we also give you the chance to discover one of the most charming islands in the Mediterranean: Majorca

There are millions of reasons to visit this island: the architecture, the beautiful and varied landscapes, as well as the island’s history and cultural richness

Immerse yourself in the roots of this island’s tradition and enjoy its wide range of leisure and restaurant options, along with infinite things to do and places to visit.

It’s easy to fall in love with the Balearic Islands and with our hotels it is even simpler. If you haven’ made up your mind about your next vacation destination, don’t think twice: Majorca is the perfect place.

  • Palma de Majorca



    Palma is a cosmopolitan city with a rich history that you will love exploring. We recommend you visit the imposing Majorca Cathedral (La Seu); the most famous monument on the island, and a symbol of Majorca’s historical and cultural heritage. Next to the Cathedral is the remains of the old medieval wall, the Parc de la Mar and S’Hort del Rei, a well-kept garden from the medieval period located outside the walls of the Royal Palace of Almudaina.
    Located on a hill with panoramic views of the entire city and the bay is Bellver Castle. It is the oldest circular castle in Europe and one of the most representative examples of the Majorcan Gothic style.

  • Natural wonders



    Majorca is full of natural wonders including valleys, mountains and caves. Among them are the Drach Caves, an underground jewel which you can walk through for more than 1,000 meters, ending in a beautiful underground lake. Another place you cannot miss, located at the north end of the island, is Cabo de Formentor, a 20km peninsula featuring a wonderful lighthouse with endless views of the Mediterranean Sea.
    Another must-see is the Mirador de Sa Foradada, one of the most photographed spots on the island. Contemplate breathtaking sunsets from this beautiful corner of the island.




  • Sierra de Tramuntana



    The monumental Sierra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2011, is the jewel in the crown of Majorca’s amazing landscapes. Located in the west of the island, the Sierra runs along the coast from Sant Elm to Cabo de Formentor, with incredible peaks such as Puig de Galatzó, Tomir or the island’s highest peak, Puig Major.
    Infinite trails, paths and the Pedra en Sec Route (GR 221) make the Sierra a place of pilgrimage for lovers of hiking, trails, cycling and other mountain sports.




     
  • Gorgeous towns



    Majorca is not only about the beaches, it’s also full of wonderful villages overflowing with charm and beauty. The mountains are dotted with picturesque villages, such as Valldemossa and its famous Cartuja; Sóller and its modernist history; Deià overlooking the sea and the wonderful Foradada, among many others. Also discover other delightful towns such as Santanyí and its market or Porto Colom and its charming fishing port.





     
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    SANT ELM



    Sant Elm, also known as Sant Elm or San Telmo, started as a small fishing village located opposite the Es Pentaleu islet and Sa Dragonera island. Nowadays it is a functioning fishing port and also a popular place for nautical activities. It has retained its unique charm and offers unbeatable sunsets.
    Discover a wide variety of excursions such as a visit to “Sa Trapa” and its monastery, the Sa Dragonera nature and marine reserve or a walk to the Cala Basset Tower and the Cap de Lleibeix lighthouse.

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    MAGALUF



    Magaluf, located in the southwest of Majorca, is famous for being the liveliest spot on the island. But it’s not just that, it has much more to offer, such as wonderful beaches, restaurants, bars and exclusive seafront beach clubs.
    In recent years a huge transformation has taken place, turning Magaluf into a leisure hub for adults and families, with attractions and parks; Katmandu Park, Karting Magaluf, Western Water Park and Piratas Adventure are just some of the entertainment options.

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    PEGUERA



    Peguera combines leisure and nature in an idyllic setting in the southwest of Majorca, with leisure and shopping areas right alongside the seaside promenade and hiking and biking trails a few steps away in the Sierra de Tramuntana.
    It has beautiful beaches such as La Romana or Cala Fornells, perfect beaches for children, as well as a wide range of water sports and activities for the more adventurous holiday-goer. Don’t miss out on hiking the trail to Es Capdella to enjoy the spectacular scenery.

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    COLÒNIA DE SANT JORDI



    Colonia de Sant Jordi, near Ses Salines, is one of the most significant tourist spots on the island due to its wonderful 6km beach, known as Majorca paradise, the unspoiled Es Trenc beach.
    From Sant Jordi it is easy to visit the Cabrera marine reserve and national park, which can be reached by boat and has wonderful virgin coves and incredible beaches such as Es Caragol and Es Carbó. Just a few kilometers away is the Mondragó National Park, perfect for nature and bird lovers.


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    S’ILLOT



    S’Illot, on the east coast of Majorca, has become the destination of choice for people looking for a quiet holiday. There are a wide range of leisure and dining options in this town, and tourists will mingle with residents as they wander the charming streets.
    You can enjoy different local beaches such as S’illot Beach or Cala Morlanda, a virgin rock cove that snorkeling enthusiasts will love. Meander along its long promenade full of shops, restaurants and souvenirs.


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    CALA MILLOR



    Cala Millor features one of the best-known beaches on the island, a long promenade almost two kilometers long, where you can enjoy a walk, ride a bike, go for a run or skate. Next to the Costa de los Pinos and just kilometers from Sa Coma, both of which can be hiked, this town is located on the east of the island and has become one of the most popular tourist towns in Majorca.
    It has a wide range of leisure options, bars and restaurants as well as shops and boutiques featuring top brands, jewelry, perfumery and much more.

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    CANYAMEL



    Canyamel is known for being one of the most tranquil towns in Majorca, surrounded by mountains, pine trees and a wonderful sandy beach that meets the Torrente de Canyamel.
    Visit the awe-inspiring Artá Caves and marvel at this natural monument located just kilometers from Canyamel. If you are a golfing enthusiast, Canyamel offers an 18 hole golf course with par 73 where you can practice your favorite sport.




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    PLAYA DE MURO



    Alcudia, in the northeast of Majorca, is a town surrounded by medieval walls. The walls feature stunning access gates and watchtowers, which can be explored by foot. In addition, Alcudia’s has a charming historic center with majestic stately homes and beautiful courtyards.
    Furthermore, this wonderful town is located just a few kilometers from other amazing spots in the north of the island, including S’Albufera and Formentor, with its imposing lighthouse. Playa de Muro is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island.


 

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in Majorca

 

Majorca has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain thanks to its leisure, sun and beach options, but it’s much more than that, because it also offers endless possibilities for active tourism and ways to enjoy its beauty and nature.

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