- Majorca All inclusive holidays
Majorca is probably one of the most family-friendly destinations you could choose for a summer holiday in the sun. The Balearics are only slightly further from the UK than mainland Spain, the airport near the capital city of Palma serves a massive 25 million passengers every year, and the ever-booming British tourism market means there are always great deals to be found on cheap all-inclusive holidays to Majorca. If you have slightly older or more confident kids, all-inclusive means they can order snacks and drinks for themselves, without you having to keep a separate 'pocket money' budget for them during the trip.
A melting pot of people
Majorca is not only the largest island in the Balearics, it's also one of the most populated Spanish islands - only Tenerife in the Canaries has more permanent residents - and combined with the busy tourist trade, that means cheap all-inclusive holidays in Majorca will always put you in good company. Whether it's chatting to the fellow holidaymakers in your hotel, or the fluent English service you receive from the staff, it's easy to see why many Britons view this Spanish-owned territory like a home from home.
Fine for families
As mentioned above, all-inclusive holidays in Majorca mean your children can get a drink or a snack when they need one, without you having to hold the purse strings - a great chance for them to grow in confidence, and to let you relax without acting as a waiter for the duration of your trip. Look out for packages that include kids' clubs and other entertainment aimed at younger guests, as these can take your children out of your hair for a few hours with safe supervision, and without them feeling as though they have been left in a creche while you go and have some real fun elsewhere.
All-inclusive away from the coast
The size of Majorca means that there is plenty of inland area to explore, and if you want an alternative to the typical beach holiday, look for all-inclusive holidays in Majorca's interior. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Serra de Tramuntana proves the island is not a one-trick pony, as its snow-capped mountains offer an almost unspoilt and deserted landscape, with only the occasional sign of the land having been developed for agricultural use and farming on a small scale.
Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Majorca?
One of the best and most beautiful islands in the Med for summer holidays, Majorca promises sun, sea and sand in abundance. In order to maximise your time by the pool or on the beach, let someone else take care of all the cooking and cleaning with all-inclusive holidays in Majorca. Perfect for families looking to kick back and relax or couples on a romantic break, all-inclusive breaks have all the hard work covered, and help you control your holiday spending.