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Pirates Village Majorca, 2ad & 2ch, 26th June 2020, 1 week, €1997!

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Immerse yourself in the magical world of pirates and secure a family deal to Pirates Village Majorca for next summer.

 

One of Ireland’s most popular destinations for families, Majorca ticks all boxes. A short flight from Dublin, Cork or Shannon and you can be chilling out at the pool within a few hours. Majorca has waterparks, theme parks, great restaurants and bars and some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean.

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If you like a lively holiday with plenty of family fun, then look no further! The Pirates village is one of Majorca’s top family complexes and is highly sought after each year.  This themed hotel offers kids clubs, pirate themed activities and even has a ship wreck with water slides in the pool. There is also a relaxing pool, babies zone, day and night time entertainment and free WiFi.

 

One bedroom apartments are bright, modern and well equipped. The hotel is renowned for it’s friendly staff and service and many families return each year for their summer holidays.

Pirates village Majorca

Fly from Dublin on the 26th of June and spend seven nights in the Pirates Village resort for only €1997, based on 2 adults and 2 children sharing. Upgrade to all-inclusive, where all meals and drinks are included in the cost, for only €2833. 

View flights here €206pp

View hotel here €1173 Self Catering or €2009 All-Inclusive

 

Prices are correct at time of issue but are subject to change. Note some of the links in this post are affiliate links where I receive a small commission if a booking is made.
 

 

 

Sarah

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Leaving Cert Holidays, Majorca, 2nd August, 1 week, Deya Apartments, €449!

The Travel Expert advice on Leaving Cert Hols

Leaving Cert holidays are all the rage at the moment, and now is the time to book to secure the best deal! What I LOVE about this one is that you only have to pay a €50 deposit to secure your booking!

Majorca is still the most popular destination and Santa Ponsa is a great choice of resort. There is tons of nightlife, from disco bars to high end night clubs, Santa Ponsa is buzzing in July. Drinks, clubs and eats tend to be lower priced than Magaluf. However if you want to pop in and experience a famous foam party at BCM nightclub, it’s only ten minutes by taxi.

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I chose the Deya apartments which are the most sought after apartments in Santa Ponsa for 18-25 year olds. Situated in the heart of the resort, they always attract a young and lively crowd. They are only 100 metres from the beach so when you crawl out of bed in the afternoon you wont have to venture far for a sun lounger! They were recently refurbished too and facilities include a large pool, snack bar, jacuzzi and 24 hour reception. Wifi is free in all public areas too – so you will have no excuse for not calling home 😉

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Fly from Dublin to Majorca on the 2nd of August and enjoy a seven night stay for only €482, based on four sharing. Price shown is €482 but when you use my exclusive discount code TRAVELEXP10  you receive 10% off, making the total cost only €449! Secure your booking now with only €50 deposit. A further €150 is due in four weeks time and the balance is due ten weeks before departure. This amazing offer also includes transfers too – so what are you waiting for?

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All prices are correct at the time of issue but are subject to change.

 

Sarah

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Pirates Village Majorca, 2ad & 2ch, €3198

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Immerse yourself in the magical world of Pirates and secure your 2017 summer holiday to one of Spain’s most popular family resorts, the Pirates Village Majorca.

 

One of Ireland’s most popular destinations for families, Majorca ticks all boxes. A short flight from Dublin, Cork or Shannon and you can be chilling out at the pool within a few hours. Majorca has waterparks, theme parks, great restaurants and bars and some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean.

 Pirates Village Majorca

If you like a lively holiday with plenty of family fun, then look no further! The Pirates village is one of Majorca’s top family complexes and is highly sought after each year.  This themed hotel offers kids clubs, pirate themed activities and even has a ship wreck with water slides in the pool. There is also a relaxing pool, babies zone, day and night time entertainment and FREE wifi.

Pirates Village Majorca

One bedroom apartments are bright, modern and well equipped. The hotel is renowned for it’s excellent staff and service and many families return each year for their summer holidays.

Pirates village Majorca

Fly from Dublin on the 14th of July and spend seven nights in the highly rated Pirates Village resort for only €2,123 based on 2 adults and 2 children.

View flights here €136pp

View hotel here €2654

Prices are correct at time of issue but are subject to change.

 

Sarah

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Majorca – How To Choose The Right Resort For You

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Majorca has been one of the top holiday destinations from Ireland for many years now. In fact Majorca was my first holiday abroad, as I am sure you can imagine I didn’t exactly take in the stunning scenery! Yes like many young people, I went for the great nightlife and the warm sunshine. There is so much more to this magnificent island though that needs to be told…

 

Majorca is an island that no matter what age you are, you can have a great holiday, it truly is an island of contrasts. Whether you have just finished your leaving cert and want a lively holiday, have children and want a family holiday or if you are retired and want some relaxation with evening entertainment, Majorca has all in abundance. Many people still associate Majorca with discounted package holidays but it is also full of luxury hotels, Michelin star restaurants and impressive marinas. The key is knowing which resort to choose at various times during the year.

North Coast: Alcudia, Puerto Pollensa, C’an Picafort, Playa de Muro

Puerto Pollensa, Alcudia, Can Picafort and Playa de Muro are the main resorts that stretch across the north of the island. My personal favourite is Puerto Pollensa. It is almost picture perfect with a long sandy beach, a mountain backdrop and a pretty old town to sweeten the deal. It was once an old fishing village so still retains a certain charm. There are great restaurants here and a great choice of self catering and hotel accommodation to suit anyone looking for a relaxing holiday with nice surroundings.

The neighbouring resort of Alcudia, has a magnificent 12km long beach and an old walled town but for me, lacks the authenticity that Pollensa has. In fact it has gone so developed now that it resembles the holiday resort cliché, with burger bars and loud music on every corner. C’an Picafort and Playa de Muro are both quieter resorts, pretty and less developed than Alcudia but the former has a large promenade and a more modern feel.

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East Coast: Cala D’or, Cala Millor, Cala Bona, Sa Coma.

The east coast is also very popular from Ireland with many families and couples choosing Cala Dor, Cala Millor , Cala Bona, and Sa Coma for their summer holiday. Cala D’or would be my personal favourite along this coast, it is a great choice for families and couples, with many cove beaches and a stunning marina in Cala Longa – a great spot for al fresco dining.

Cala Millor was somewhat of a surprise to me, it is a large resort which a long sandy beach and plenty of great shops and nightlife. The smaller resorts of Cala Bona and Sa Coma are more family orientated with nightlife centered around hotels and family resorts.

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South West Coast:  Santa Ponsa, Magaluf, Palma Nova.

Santa Ponsa, Palma Nova and Magaluf are renowned for great nightlife so tend to attract mostly young people during July and August. They are also very popular with couples and families who are looking for a lively holiday at that time. In the quieter months, May, September and October enjoy a more mixed crowd as some of the other parts of the island may be almost ‘too’ quiet for some tastes.

All three resorts are lively with a great choice of bars and restaurants and long sandy beaches to satisfy adults and children alike. Santa Ponsa is particularly popular with Irish people so you are bound to hear ‘the wild rover’ emanating from numerous bars as you walk through the town.

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Palma, Puerto Portals:

Majorca isn’t just about a traditional sun holiday, it can offer so much more. The vibrant city of Palma would compete with the best for a city break destination. The gothic cathedral, the Almudaina Palace and Bellvar Castle (amazing views from the top) are just some of the ‘must see’ sights. It is a modern city with stunning architecture, excellent shopping and one of the most impressive marinas in Europe.

Wandering around the old town of Palma is really impressive albeit with a relaxed holiday feel. The nearby resort of Puerto Portals has been home to celebrities for some time now. It has a sophisticated marina as well as plenty of designer shops so it feels more upmarket than some of its neighbours. It is very close to Palma Nova so many choose to stay here but take a taxi to Palma Nova for a lively night scene.

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Exclusive North West Coast:

If you are looking for something a little more exclusive you should try Soller or Deia on the west coast. This is Majorca at its best. These hill top towns boast magnificent views as well as mouth watering restaurants and luxury hotels. Take a tram to the port of Soller and enjoy a cocktail at the waters edge, the scenery is stunning. Enjoy a day trip to Valldemossa, this old town oozes charm and character and is one of the prettiest villages in Majorca.

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Wander through the cobbled stone streets and do some souvenir shopping but beware it is only 30 minutes from Palma so it does attract a lot of day trippers. This part of the island is for me one of the highlights of this island, so if you are planning a break to Majorca in the future make sure you rent a car or take a bus and go see it, you will thank me for it!

 

Sarah

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