Majorca (also known as Mallorca) - the largest of Spain's Balearic Islands - has stunning scenery, an incredible coastline with clear blue waters and medieval streets immersed in history. This is an island of infinite variety, culture and charm.

Blessed with mild temperatures and beautiful sunshine throughout the year, the island is the ideal base for activities of many kinds; sailing and all the water-sports you can imagine; other outdoor pursuits - horse riding, hiking, beach tennis etc - and more leisurely activities such as sightseeing, shopping, wine tasting and guided tours.

With over 500 km of coastline, there are more than 200 beaches to choose from in Majorca; imagine sheltered coves, golden sands and lush green foliage, backed by rugged limestone mountains and charming, authentic, picturesque stone-built villages, with ancient, grand mansions dotting the landscape.

The island's vibrant capital city, Palma, boasts an artisan and cultural scene, with top-class galleries and museums, bespoke boutiques, award-winning restaurants and an explosive nightlife. The capital is overflowing with character and historic sights; a wonderful labyrinth of Moorish lanes, many Roman remains, a Moorish royal palace, cathedrals and churches, plus spectacular views across the bay. Many describe the city as truly magical. 

The Serra de Tramuntana national park runs along the island's west coast. It is a Unesco World Heritage site, blossoming with almond trees and citrus plantations. Vineyards are dotted around the island's central plains, framed by majestic mountains.  

It is the rich combination of history and cultures on the island which has created its cosmopolitan, welcoming, open society.  When it comes to Majorca, the possibilities are endless; this is an ideal location for our Fresh Activities.