Understandably, the idea probably hasn’t struck you yet but why not spend your Christmas in Majorca? Bizarre as it may seem, many people across the UK often go abroad for this special time of the year, some of them every year without fail!
Majorca, a widely known and recommended destination in its own right, is one such place where the Christmas period brings the same sense of relaxation, just with an intriguing twist you’ll want to go back for again and again.
Majorca, as you probably know, has a long-established and thriving tourist industry, and many popular resorts and attractions do shut down over the winter, so it is important to choose your resort carefully, according to what you’re wishing for this Christmas. Though it may not be as straightforward as in the height of summer, you’re sure to find an area with a holidays schedule suited to you. Whether you’re looking for action, relaxation, culture and history or shopping, there will be a resort somewhere across the island where you’ll find just what you’re looking for.
Now onto the other qualms you may be having. I’m sure that before you set off on a trip away from Britain you’ll want to know something about the weather. Odds are you won’t need to worry about that at all; most days in the Majorcan winter see a good amount of sunshine, and can often reach temperatures of up to 17°c and rain is exceptionally rare, though it can get significantly more chilly in the evenings. Though this prospect could well have seized your interest already, you may not know anything about Majorca, and are now left wondering where to stay and explore. Some popular resorts such as Palma Nova and Magaluf barely notice the festive period, but if you don’t have a preferred destination in mind, most people new to the island choose to visit Palma city itself. This metropolis is a thriving cultural centre for a very tight-knit community, offering endless streets of bars, restaurants, boutiques and shops open all year round, ensuring you’ll never be looking too long for the next big thing to see and do!