Its summer time and holiday season is calling, you have probably seen a million and one photos on your social media of people dipping their toes in the ocean, chilling on the Spanish beaches and want some of the action, right?
Well Majorca is a beautiful little island that you could consider, tourist friendly and offers a lot for the whole family to enjoy. The only problem is you might not want to come home. Let’s have a look at some of the top things to do during your brilliant Majorca holiday 2018:
Visit the Caves of Drach
If you like to do more than just lounge on the beach and drink cocktails then visiting the caves of Drach is a worthy venture, located on the east coast in the town of Porto Cristo, the caves are one of main tourist attractions on the island.
The caves embed one of the world’s largest underground lakes, with a horizontal extension of 1200 metres and maximum depth of 25 metres, it must be seen to be believed.
Go on a bike tour
Majorca has some cool bike tours that operate all over the island, so you can truly capture the essence of the culture and people who live there. This activity is great for people who like to escape the tourist areas!
Some of the bike tours last up to 3 hours and cater for sight seeing or tapas tasting, or both. So you can enjoy some of the local cuisine and keep some of those holiday pounds off at the same time.
Wine tasting experience
Go cooka la banza with the wine tasting tour for a 3-hour winery tasting session, you will be accompanied by a wine expert. The tours take place in the wine regions of Majorca in the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains, when you are there be prepared for some cool lessons on how the wine is made and enjoy the vineyards and cellars, they show you the entire process from how the wine is harvested right up to the bottling process.
There is plenty of sun, sand and sea in Majorca, but it is always worthwhile seeing what your holiday destination really has on offer. Your hotel will probably run a lot of day excursions or be able to point you in the right direction, so be sure to pack your sense of adventure with you when you travel.