Majorca Cruise & Stay
"There's a dazzling choice of things to see and do in Majorca."
Welcome to Majorca
Cruise Nation are delighted to bring you our great range of Majorca Cruise & Stay Holidays. These packages all feature a cruise sailing from Palma which is one of the busiest cruise ports in the heart of the Mediterranean. This means that Cruise Nation bring you massive choice on cruise lines to sail with throughout the year. Our Majorca Smart Packages feature FREE stays in one of many handpicked hotels which are all centrally located in Majorca providing you with the ideal base from which to explore all that this exciting destination has to offer.
With our Majorca Cruise & Stay packages, your flights will always be included. We also offer flights from a number of regional airports throughout the UK giving you much greater flexibility and making your holiday experience as smooth as possible.
Majorca is one of the most popular destinations for families and couples in the Mediterranean. Largest island in the Balearics and is home to such popular getaways as Palma, Magaluf and Santa Ponsa. The possibilities are endless, with so much choice the only thing you’ll have to worry about is how you’re going to fit it all in.
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Things to do in Majorca
Order wine in Majorca and it will most probably come from one of Binissalem numerous wineries…
Around seventy wineries are located in this little town and in recent years they have opened their doors to visitors. You are welcomed in to taste their wine and explore their vineyards. Ca’n Novell is one of the town’s most famous. Classed as a boutique winery, it hides behind an unassuming façade, with its dedicated customers returning week after week to drink their favourite wine.
Robert Graves' House in Deia
If you are a fan of literature you would have heard of Robert Graves, famed for his poetry the English literate spent most of his life in Deia, Majorca…
Robert Graves' House in Deia
His home has now been opened to the public. Walk through his home and appreciate where he did most of his writing and enjoy the Graves museum which is also located in this country house. Known for its artists and musicians, become part of history in Deia.
Sa Coma Beach
Keep your eyes peeled because you may spot some dolphins swimming off the coast of Sa Coma…
Sa Coma Beach
This beach is great for families as a promenade sits just off the white sandy beaches, with shops and restaurants. If water sports are your thing, you can dive and windsurf to your heart’s content. It is one of Majorca’s many Blue Flag beaches and has all the amenities you could need to enjoy your day at the beach.
Jungle Parc - Santa Ponsa
Jungle Parc located in Santa Ponsa is a different day out!…
Jungle Parc - Santa Ponsa
Situated in the Santa Ponsa forest, it is the adrenaline rush you’ve been looking for in your relaxing Majorca holiday. Climb through the trees with three different courses, varying in difficulty. Make your way through the forest as you swing from tree to tree using vines, zip wires and bridges. All safety gear is provided and the park is open all year round.
Visit the Palma’s most famous landmark…
The gothic cathedral overlooks the harbour and needs to be seen to be believed. The imposing and iconic structure is considered one of Europe’s most gothic pieces of architecture. As you approach the cathedral, there are three entrances, each offering a different unique entrance.
Restaurants in Majorca
Marc Fosh – Palma
Restaurant Marc Fosh is the premier destination in Palma when it comes to fine Mediterranean dining. The Michelin star restaurant uses local ingredients to provide fresh and exquisite food in a creative and modern way. If you are a lover of Mediterranean cuisine then you must visit Marc Fosh and don’t forget to book a table.
A Popa – Palma
There are few restaurants in central Palma where you can have unspoilt views of the sea stretching out across the horizon. However, A Popa is one of them. Enjoy their speciality seafood in their restaurant which could double for a luxury cruise ship. A luxurious dining area awaits you with its port holes looking out onto the sandy beach. It makes the perfect romantic setting so make sure you book a table.
Ca N’Antuna – Fornalutx
This established eatery is a must if you want classical cuisine at an affordable price. It’s a beautiful cottage surrounded by a vine covered terrace, it makes a lovely location for a traditional lunch. Located just outside of all the main shops and restaurants in Fornalutx, it really is quite a find. The contrast between Ca N’Antuna and the main restaurants is clear to see, so if you’re looking for a dining experience different to the norm head to Ca N’Antuna.
Lua – Puerto de Soller
Located in the marina of Puerto de Soller, Lua makes the perfect location for some find Mediterranean dining. The sea lapping agisnt the marina in front of you, the boats waiting to be taken out and the beautiful rolling hills in the background. It really makes a beautiful place to dine on its delightful seafood. Chose to either sit indoors or out on the terrace as you enjoy their locally sourced ingredients delivered in an imaginative way.
Bou – Sa Coma
Described as an ‘experience’, Bou is not something you’ll find on every Mallorca high street. You sit at a table with other people, excitedly anticipating the delights to come. If you want to try something different, try Bou’s Concept. Only 10 diners participate in your dinner of three acts. Yes, you participate. You nibble on appetisers in act one, watch the chefs work as you sit in the kitchen in act two and then join a traditional table to enjoy your dishes in act three. This restaurant is special, make sure you stop by when in Sa Coma.
Hostal Cuba Sky Bar
Located in the Santa Catalina district of Palma, this bar boasts wonderful views of the harbour and Palma Cathedral. It is a classy setting for cocktails and champagne. Sit back and relax as the finely dressed waiters deliver exceptional service.
The Nikki Beach brand is famous throughout the world with clubs in Miami, Saint Tropez and Dubai. And if you’re in Mallorca why not try one of these famous clubs out. This is a must if you want high class entertainment in luxurious surroundings. World famous DJs frequently grace the decks.
Abaco Cocktail Bar – Palma
As one of the more unusual bars in Palma, Abaco serves as a charming setting to enjoy speciality drinks and the best cocktails in Palma. Its fountain and wicker chairs provide a nice contrast to other modern bars. So, open the impressively imposing doors which hide it to the outside world and enjoy your drinks in a bar which celebrates its uniqueness.
Coast by East – Port Adriano
After over eight successful years in Hamburg, the team at Coast by East decided to take their winning formula to Majorca. Aimed at the nocturnal, Coast by East opens at 11pm and is open until early into the morning. With a substantial area to dance and with well-known DJs playing the club throughout the year, it’s definitely a go to if you like drink, dance and delightful views into the harbour.
Purobeach – Palma
Purobeach has its own private peninsular with sticks out into the Mediterranean. It boasts fantastic views and a quirky, unique charm which has made it a cornerstone of sophisticated lifestyle drinking in Majorca. Their resident DJs play music through the day as the sun sets leaving a beautiful bar terrace to taste the finest champagne and admire the beautiful view.