The most popular tourist hot spots are to the south west of Palma, the delightful capital city – Magalluf and Santa Ponsa offer legendary nightlife, and are a fantastic value option for both families and large groups.
Majorca’s interior, as well as its eastern coastline, is far more reserved, and is renowned for its incredible natural beauty.
While the options for accommodation may be polar opposites, the island’s regions have in common rich golfing possibilities that are somewhat unheralded internationally. In addition to José María Olazábal’s creation at Pula, which hosts an annual European Tour event, there are outstanding courses at Son Muntaner, Santa Ponsa and Son Termens.
In terms of accommodation, there are the traditional options like the well established Son Caliu and Sol Magalluf hotels, the island’s heightened golf profile has resulted in top class resort developments at Marriott Son Antem and the Sheraton Arabella complex. With all this on offer, it is no surprise that Majorca has emerged as a top quality golf holiday destination.