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Majorca Holidays

The Spanish holiday destination of Majorca is popular among travellers of different ages, tastes and desires. Here you’ll discover child-friendly beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see and restaurants selling tasty traditional cuisine. You’ll also be spoilt for choice when it comes to evening entertainment at the various bars and nightclubs. This article shows that it’s possible to enjoy holidays to Majorca in 2014 on a shoestring budget.

 

Transport

If you’re planning on making multiple trips up and down the Majorca coastline then it would be a good idea to hire a car. Thankfully there are a number of specialist companies offering reasonable deals on family vehicles. However, budget conscious travellers should bear in mind that diesel is cheaper than petrol in this part of the world. If you’re really keen to save the pennies then it may also be worth considering the option of public transport.

 

Activities

It doesn’t cost anything to relax on beaches such as Cala Mondrego in Santanyi or hike across the pretty rural paths that run through the Sa Dragonera national park. You could even save some money by making a picnic lunch out of fresh ingredients from the local market stalls. And as a reward for your money saving efforts it might be tempting to take a wine tour of the Santa Maria vineyards.

 

Attractions

Art lovers can save themselves a few euro’s by visiting the Es Baluard gallery on a Friday, when there is the option to pay as much as you feel is appropriate. You could continue the cultural experience by watching an art house film at the Renoir Cinema in Palma de Majorca. And you may also be interested in taking a tour of the mysterious Caves of Drach during your low deposit holidays.

 

Flights & Accommodation

You might be surprised by the savings that can be made by booking a cheap deposit Majorca holiday online. You could even take advantage of the special all inclusive packages offered by various travel agencies.

Written by | tombourlet

Tom Bourlet is the creator of Spaghetti Traveller and has been addicted to travelling ever since taking a roadtrip across the USA.

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