Majorca (also known as Mallorca) is the largest island of the Balearic’s. In terms of size, the island only stretches around 100km x 100 km north to south and west to east, with the capital Palma in the south, so nowhere is too far. Tourism has made Majorca one of the wealthiest areas of Spain. It has evolved from the sun, sea, and sand, mass holiday to offer stunning beaches, world-class restaurants and spa facilities, and the cultural highlights of the city of Palma.

Flying with Admiral Jet to Majorca

As one of Europe’s most popular summer destinations, fly to Majorca with Admiral Jet will give you time to unwind and soak in the views. Avoid delays and congestion with one of Admiral Jet’s private charter jets and fly into Palma de Mallorca. Arrive when you’re ready as the airport accepts private jets 24 hours a day and is just 12-minutes from Palma city centre.


Did you know: that there are 262 beaches in Majorca – equalling a total length of 50 km. There are many possibilities on the edges of the land and plenty of headlands and bays to explore. One of the most popular beaches in Majorca is Palma. The capital city is vibrant and perfect for anyone seeking the beach and city experience.


Fancy doing something different with your day. You can book a half-day or full-day private boat hire and explore the hidden bays and headlands of Majorca. Once you’re safely navigating the sea, take a swim and discover the wildlife and fish around the island. Perfect for couples, and groups, looking to escape and relax for the day.


Local Majorca food (also known as Majorcan food) consists of a diet made with pork, fish, and vegetables. You’ll find lashings of olive oil, generous amounts and garlic, and the cuisine is hearty and homely.

The ingredients that are used in Majorcan food can all be found on the island, you should expect plump olives, juicy lemons, and incredible salt from the natural salt plains on the island – if you’re interested in the Island’s history, you should definitely check out a tour of the latter.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Majorca’s beautiful Serra de Tramuntana mountain range was granted World Heritage Status in 2011 – this is a place of physical beauty and culturally significant to the island. Go hiking and enjoy the unspoiled picturesque views of the mountain range,

Top Tips

Rent a car

Majorca is full of hidden treasures and beautiful villages; it’s also so small that you can drive the perimeter of the entire island in just 4 hours. Make the most of your trip and explore the whole island.

Wear Sun Cream

During the summer months – particularly July/August, the temperatures on Majorca reach an average of 30℃ (86℉), and there’s very little chance of rain.

Choices Galore

There are more than 2,500 restaurants in Majorca. So, plenty of places to tuck into gorgeous fresh seafood, rice dishes and tapas.