Going All-Inclusive in Majorca
Majorca is a favourite choice for holidaymakers wanting great beaches, sizzling sun and lots of fun. But when trying to save money and stick to a shoestring budget it can be difficult to know how best to get the most out of your money without having to compromise on having an unforgettable escape in the sun. If you want to keep costs down whilst treating yourself to a holiday without limits, Majorca is the perfect choice. By paying just a little more for your accommodation, you can bag a great deal on all inclusive options and have the biggest expense of a holiday covered – filling those hungry bellies throughout the day, and quenching that thirst for a tipple or two on an evening. No need to cut corners on eating out, you can get your fill without feeling the pinch on the purse whilst you’re out there. This leaves you with more spare cash to enjoy yourself.
Majorca on a budget needn’t be an expensive malarkey of excursions and trips; there are plenty of affordable activities around the island to help you enjoy a bargain family holiday. The beaches are the island’s biggest attraction, and there are some beautiful blue flag beaches in Mallorca, including the golden sands of Santa Ponsa beach, Puerto Alcudia at the well-renowned family friendly resort of Alcudia, and the award winning beach of S’Amarador. At Alcudia you can easily spend the afternoon wandering the ancient walls, churches and gardens for free, whilst the Arab Baths at Palma are also a popular historic attraction. When you fancy a break from the sun, the island also has several museums and galleries that don’t charge entrance fees, including the Museo D’Art Espanyol Contemporani. Saving money needn’t mean missing out on all the amazing things to see and do that Majorca has to offer.
When enjoying the benefits of an all-inclusive holiday, it gives you money to enjoy a little luxury or two in a holiday to Majorca. There are some great activities and trips on the island that are ideal for special occasions and family fun. Make a splash at one of the various waterparks on the island, such as HidroPark or Aqualand, or admire the sea life at Palma’s impressive Aquarium. On an evening the famous Pirates Adventure dinner show is a great way to mix up the holiday and enjoy some hearty entertainment. For adults seeking some alone time, most all inclusive hotels include kids’ clubs, providing so much entertainment for the children that they’ll probably be the ones trying to get rid of you! Treat yourself to some pamper time at one of Majorca’s spas, or hit the green for a few rounds of golf; you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to spoiling yourself…
All inclusive holidays to Majorca really are the way to go if you want to make the most of your summer holiday, allowing you to save money whilst leaving more pennies to go out and enjoy yourselves. And you’ll find no shortage of great all inclusive hotels that you won’t be able to refuse, such as the HMS Atlantic Park in Magaluf, which is right by the waterparks and golf courses, as well as some glorious beaches. See for yourself how much you can save by going all inclusive this year.
About the Author: Kelly is a travel fanatic who writes for easyJet Holidays. She likes to visit Majorca at least once a year.