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Majorca - family friendly holidays

Majorca is a year-round destination but is most popular in summer when temperatures average 25-30c. Winters are mild with warm days but cooler nights, and October to January can be wet. Winter-breakers can count on lively restaurants and shops and January’s festival of Saint Sebastian.

At Easter, visitors to the island can experience Majorca's fun side as the local towns and villages celebrate with fiestas and parades. To get the full experience, the island's capital of Palma de Majorca is one of the best places to be. There is plenty going on over the Easter period, from the annual processions through the city centre, to Easter Sunday mass at the city's cathedral, which sometimes even sees members of the Spanish royal family in its congregation.

Information about Majorca is readily available through many travel articles and wiki websites. As a holiday location and tourist attraction, the Balearics have made quite a name for themselves. Some of the islands are considered party islands while others have earned a more family friendly reputation.
The good news for those who do visit Majorca is that even in the peak summer months the islands won't be crowded, it will be easy to get seats at restaurants, and room for the whole family to stretch out and enjoy themselves on the beach - it could be a great year to visit, but what else will they find in Majorca, apart from less tourists?

Majorca is, like all of Spain, child friendly in that they are welcome in restaurants and will probably be made a fuss of if they are small enough. So why not book a Villa in Majorca

Information about Majorca is readily available through many travel articles and wiki websites. As a holiday location and tourist attraction, the Balearics have made quite a name for themselves. Some of the islands are considered party islands while others have earned a more family friendly reputation.
At Easter, visitors to the island can experience Majorca's fun side as the local towns and villages celebrate with fiestas and parades. To get the full experience, the island's capital of Palma de Majorca is one of the best places to be. There is plenty going on over the Easter period, from the annual processions through the city centre, to Easter Sunday mass at the city's cathedral, which sometimes even sees members of the Spanish royal family in its congregation.

Information about Majorca is readily available through many travel articles and wiki websites. As a holiday location and tourist attraction, the Balearics have made quite a name for themselves. Some of the islands are considered party islands while others have earned a more family friendly reputation.

 

 

 
 
 
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