Travel from Inverness Airport and be door to door with the beach in a matter of hours! One of the largest Balearic Islands, Majorca is world renowned for its beautiful coastline offering travellers some of Europe’s most stunning coves and beaches. It truly is the perfect place to relax, catch some rays and take in the history of the island.
JUNE AND JULY
TUI are offering flights and holidays direct from Inverness to Majorca, for 6 weeks beginning on Friday 14 June 2019 until Friday 19 July 2019.
Flights depart from Inverness at 10:05 and arrive back at 09:25.
There are a range of holiday options to suit all budgets, and resorts include Santa Ponsa, Alcudia and Cala d’Or.
Book your holidays at TUI.
We’ve just announced three new autumn flights from Inverness to Mallorca with operator JetsGo.
The return flights will fly direct from the Highland capital to Palma, the Balearic sunshine island, on October 12th and 19th. A selection of flight only and package deals are available.
Package holidays are available now from £399 per person over the October break, bookable with a £75 per person.
Or perhaps a cruise is more your thing? JetsGo are offering cruises onboard the Marella Discovery 2, a mid-sized cruise ship carrying up to 2074 passengers, cruises sail on the 12th and 19thOctober from Palma for 7 nights on an all inclusive basis, mixture of inside, outside and balcony cabins are available, visiting the following destinations:
12th October itinerary
Civitavecchia (For Rome), Italy
Marina Di Carrara (For Florence & Pisa), Italy
St Raphael (For Cannes), France
19th October itinerary
Livorno (For Florence & Pisa), Italy
Villefrance (For Monaco & Nice), France
Prices start from £2249 based on 2 adults sharing an inside cabin on an all inclusive basis, including flights from Inverness, luggage, Palma port transfers, and all cruise tips and taxes.
Book your flight or cruise holiday at JetsGo or by calling 0800 368 9078.
Places to Visit in Majorca
Erected on the ruins of a former Arab mosque in 1229, the impressive Roman Catholic basilica is a truly breath-taking sight you’ll want to make sure you don’t miss on your trip to Palma.
To the east of Majorca lies a hidden gem in the Drach Caves – one of the world’s largest underground lakes in the world!
Combined with the added adventure of getting there, Calo des Moro beach is hailed as one of Majorca’s best kept secrets. The blue water and white sand beach make for a rewarding sight after overcoming the journey there.
One of the finest aquariums in Europe, with the largest display of live coral, it certainly is one for all of the family!
Offering some of the most exotic beach clubs in the world, there is something for every taste – it’s the perfect way to relax!