7 ways to have a travel snob-worthy break in Majorca

With nearly 10 million visitors per year, Majorca is one of the most popular holiday resorts in Europe. Most visitors come from Germany, the UK, Spain and the Nordic countries, and they have plenty of good reasons to visit the Spanish Island, again and again – miles and miles of idyllic beaches surrounded by turquoise water, a pleasant climate all year round, stunning landscapes normally only found in glossy travel magazine, a wide variety of historically important monuments and museums, countless leisure options, an outstanding cuisine, a vibrant nightlife and numerous activities for the whole family. Not to mention a particularly tranquil ambience, influenced by the Spanish siesta culture, which easily puts anyone in holiday mode. Majorca is simply the perfect place to forget all about your daily worries and find your inner calm.

While the Spanish island is perhaps not first and foremost associated with luxury, here are my

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