Being Majorca's capital city, Palma offers a lively cultural scene, fantastic food, and plenty of venues for an exciting night out. Enjoy sunbathing, swimming and watersports at the Palma beach and learn a bit of history at Palau de l'Almudaina during your September holidays in Majorca.
Soller hosts plenty of mountains suitable for hiking. Better yet, you can explore Soller's stunning scenery on a bike tour or the train. Marvel at the peaceful gardens and orange groves on the charming tram ride between the Old Town and Port de Soller.
During your September holidays in Majorca, discover the island's historical heritage at the Sa Bassa Blanca Museum. Playa de Alcudia is great for a beach day with many facilities and water sports, including scuba diving, canoeing, snorkelling. For those who'd prefer to stay dry, Playa de S'Illot is great for a picnic on the shore.
Explore the village on paragliding tours across its landscapes. The cobbled, steep streets of old town Valldemossa host markets and are perfect for an afternoon walk during your September holidays in Majorca. Learn about the history of the city while admiring old antiques at King Sancho 's Palace, Royal Charterhouse and the Municipal Museum.
Take a ride on the glass-bottomed Starfish to peer into the clear waters underfoot. Visit the Santueri Castle for epic views of the East Coast. Cala d'Or is also home to stunning beaches surrounded by cliffs and woodland.