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Enjoy Mallorca Island on a Budget

For a cheap Spanish holiday full of beaches, sun, and sea, Mallorca Island is the perfect choice. The largest island in the Balearics, Mallorca has a rich Catalan culture and is a popular destination with Europeans looking for a cheap beach holiday. Whether you want to hike up in the mountains or spend a day strolling around quaint villages, Mallorca Island won’t put a strain on your bank balance, leaving you free to round off a day in the sun at one of the island’s many low-cost bars and restaurants.

Things to see on Mallorca Island

On Mallorca’s northern peninsula, Cap de Formentor provides the perfect setting for a day-long hike. Its dramatic scenery and craggy clifftops are excellent backdrops for stunning holiday photos. Only 4 miles from this rugged peninsula is the Mirador des Colomer—climb up to the top of this vantage point for some breath-taking panoramas. For more hiking options, head to the rocky Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. This UNESCO World Heritage Site features many winding paths up through the small hamlets that pepper the area. To soak up some of Mallorca Island’s history, spend a day at the Bronze Age settlement of Ses Païsses. Alternatively, you can check out the Royal Palace of La Almudaina—this former Arabian fort is now the Spanish royal family’s residence for summer ceremonies. Some of the island’s other historical landmarks include Bellver Castle and Palma Cathedral.

Cheap hotels on Mallorca Island

There are usually a lot of last-minute deals for the Balearic holidays, so even if you leave it to the last second to book, you can still find a low-cost hotel on Mallorca Island. Cheap hostels on the island are plentiful and will usually provide you with all the latest mod cons, even if their comforts can be fairly basic. Guesthouses are another option for cheap accommodation on Mallorca Island. They are usually small with only a handful of rooms and the usual facilities. Thanks to their small size, your hosts will be able to provide you with a much more personal service.

Where to stay on Mallorca Island

The cheap and cheerful resort of Magaluf is popular with young travelers on a budget. There are plenty of accommodation options in this touristy area, meals are inexpensive, and there are often deals available on drinks in bars and clubs. For a less boisterous and more family-friendly vacation spot, the Tramuntana mountain range is nearby. Many charming villages are spread throughout the hills, offering budget guesthouse options within easy access of the coastal areas. The area around the Playa de Palma beach is another area of budget package holiday resorts on Mallorca Island.

How to get to Mallorca Island

If you’re traveling around Europe, you can take a ferry to Mallorca from several Spanish coastal cities, including Barcelona and Valencia. Many budget airlines fly daily to Palma International Airport from destinations within Spain and the rest of Europe. Once at the airport, you’ll be able to arrange car hire at one of the many car rental desks. To keep costs down even further, use the island’s public transport network to get around the island. There are train lines to the towns of Sóller, Inca, Manacor, and Sa Pobla. Buses are frequent and visit a larger number of towns and villages.

Mallorca Island travel guides

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