There are plenty of reasons why so many people go on holiday to Majorca - beautiful beaches and a trendy capital are just a couple of them.
The north of Mallorca offers unspoiled beauty, long white sandy beaches perfect for kids, lively ports, traditional markets and wonderful sightseeing.
It's a fresh, fertile, colourful region where resorts catering to holidaymakers sit peacefully alongside traditional, historic towns and villages.
For decades, loyal visitors - especially the British - have returned to Puerto Pollensa and Pollensa old town attracted by the charms of the north.
When to Go?
Mallorca experiences great Mediterranean weather with temperatures much more pleasant that
that of continental Europe. Summers in Majorca
are normally hot and dry while winters tend to be pleasant and mild.
Temperatures reach the mid 30's in July and August whilst at either end of the peak months they fall to a more manageable 22-24 degrees.
The Island of Majorca is large and covered with mountains. The Southeast sheltered part of
the island is warmer than the northwest. Coastal towns receive 300 days of sunshine annually.
Majorca's high tourist season generally begins at Easter and ends around mid October.
In recent years the island has become very popular with cyclists particularly in the north leading to resorts opening earlier and closing later in the season.
Many resorts shut down for the winter months of November, December, January, February and early March
however many larger resorts in the south stay open and offer a wonderful winter holiday. In late autumn and winter the weather is pleasant.
Some resorts, particularly in the north, also have festivals in the winter months where the sleepy resort wakes up again!
Phone us on 03333 355615 if you would like to speak to one of our experienced travel consultants about the best time to visit Majorca.
Puerto Pollensa boasts beautiful scenery, stunning beaches and a friendly atmosphere that makes you feel welcome. The area is surrounded by the
picturesque Boquer mountains and has a long promendade along the beach and a large pedestrian area with a wonderful selection of restaurants and shops. There are several small beaches and a
large artificial beach which is host to a variety of water sports. The waters are shallow making it a good place for families with small children. Click here to view all our accessible accommodation in Puerto-Pollensa
Alcudia is a three in one holiday! Alcudia Port, Alcudia old town with its atmospheric medieval quarter, and finally the main holiday resort area choc-o-bloc with local flavour.
The beach is the star of the show as far as Alcudia is concerned! Calm, shallow waters gently lap the shore so it's ideal for people with mobility problems to access the water
making Alcudia a very desirable accessible holiday destination. Click here to view all our accessible accommodation in Alcudia
Cala Ratjada is a vibrant holiday resort situated on the north coast of Majorca. Once an old fishing village, the harbour at Cala Ratjada now sees fleets of pleasure cruises and ferries to Majorca's sister island, Menorca. Cala Ratjada is especially suited to those looking for a value-for-money holiday in the sun that is less swamped with tourists than resorts on the island's southern coast making this a great place for your next accessible holiday. Click here to view all our accessible accommodation in Cala-Ratjada
Cala Mesquida is located in the north of Mallorca and offers a fairly remote beach with lovely white sand. The area is protected because of its importance for bird life - it is home to one of the largest colonies of gulls and cormorants in the Balearics. Hence, the area to the east of the beach is all natural sand dunes and pine trees, with hills in the background that are free from development. To the west of the beach lies a small resort with a small number of shops and restaurants. Holidays to Cala Mesquida offer up a peaceful atmosphere, countryside views, and a postcard-worthy beach. Click here to view all our accessible accommodation in Cala-Mesquida
Can Picafort is a family-friendly seaside holiday resort in the northeast of Mallorca. The long sandy beach starts right on your doorstep, the lively town is wheelchair accessible, and the seafront bars and restaurants offer great views over the bay. As Ca'n Picafort is so compact, you won't have to put in a lot of legwork to get around. The main strip is Paseo Colon, a long parade of shops, restaurants and bars that leads down to the harbour, where you'll find the pick of the seafood restaurants. And down by the beach, there's a choice of well-established pubs, bars and discos. Click here to view all our accessible accommodation in Can-Picafort
A quiet, fairly relaxed resort, Play de Muro has a more exclusive feel than its neighbours Alcudia and Can Picafort. Most of the hotels here are four or five star and the resort tends to cater for the
more upmarket holiday maker, with all-inclusive deals being very popular. The place is also conveniently close to Alcudia, which comes with a lovely marina as well as an historic old town.
Playa de Muro is perfect up for families, the restaurants usually have children's menus making Playa De Muro a very desirable family holiday destination. Click here to view all our accessible accommodation in Playa-de-Muro
How to Book?
Here at Disabled Access Holidays our devoted sales team, with over 15 years combined experience, will help you find and book your dream accessible holiday.
They will guide you through your options and will help you make the best decision based on your needs and what you are looking for. Each disabled holiday
is tailor made to the client so no two holidays are the same.