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Majorca has long been a top vacation destination. If it's rest and relaxation you're after, the island has that on tap with its golden sand beaches. Couples of any age are well catered for here. The southern side of the island has the livelier resorts and clubs which young groups of friends head for. Whatever your needs, don't worry about your accommodation on Majorca as Venere has this wrapped up. With a wide selection of hotels catering to every possible taste, you can get on with soaking up the rays and taking in the sights without worrying about a place to stay. Our website features a comprehensive guide to all our hotels and maps so you can place their location in regards to everything you want to see.
What's Majorca Like?
As well as its beaches, Majorca has dramatic natural features and many historical sights. The first thing you'll spot is the imposing edifice of Palma Cathedral, a wonderful example of 14th century Gothic architecture. Bellver Castle is a very well-preserved structure which now doubles as a museum and once protected the island from invaders. If it's stunning scenery you're after, look no further than Cap de Formentor, a rugged peninsula jutting into the sea with jaw-dropping rock formations, great beaches and one of the oldest Majorca hotels. Further natural splendor is found at the Cuevas del Drach, an extensive cave network which you can explore via canoe. And if art is your bag, you'll love the selection of galleries including Es Baluard and the Casal Solleric in Palma, as well as museums dedicated to the lives and work of iconic Spanish masters Joan Miro and Salvador Dali.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Majorca
Majorca has a laidback approach to life and locals are certainly used to tourists. However, you should opt to blend in to really appreciate the culture and way of life here. Aim for smart dress as Majorca is pretty fashion-conscious. Consider donning trousers instead of shorts away from the beach and in fact, men going without a shirt is now banned in Palma apart from the beach and you could land yourself a 600 Euro fine. Women have to cover bare arms, shoulders and legs at religious sites. Stylish dressing is the watchword for evenings in Majorca hotels and restaurants. Majorca has stunning cuisine including the Pepito, a delicious pork baguette and the Pa amb oli, consisting of home-baked bread topped with olive oil, tomato, pork or chicken and an option of melted cheese on top. Sangria is the drink of choice for many.