If you’re looking to experience the charm and character of an authentic Majorcan town, boasting a laid-back and alluring pace of life seeped in indefinite tranquillity, relaxing Llucmajor holidays may just be the ideal fit for you. Located just inland from the beautiful coastline on the island of Majorca, Llucmajor is something of a retreat from the more party-orientated or tourist hustle bustle areas of the island, instead exposing holidaymakers to the beauty and traditions of Majorca.
Holidays to Llucmajor are ideal for those looking to relax, but on the other hand, culture vultures and history buffs will also be well served by a trip to this engrossing little town. Much of the local traditions of Spain resonate throughout the town, found in its architectural characteristics and delectable cuisine, while beyond the city you’ll discover gorgeous landscapes and historical sites awaiting your indulgence and exploration.
Things to do in Llucmajor
Holidaymakers will find many things to do in Llucmajor, one of the most exciting towns and municipalities on the island of Majorca. Whether you choose to embrace the town’s interesting and engaging culture and history, flock to the beaches found along the coastline of the municipality or grab your clubs and tackle some of the most attractive golf courses in Spain;
The town is surrounding by some charming villages, depicting a ‘tourist-free’ impression of this diverse and alluring island. The town itself is still in its early stages as far as tourism is concerned, so you’ll still find embraceable local ideals and traditional values, found in earnest in the town’s great culinary scene.
Whatever aspect of the town and municipality you choose to embrace, the myriad of Llucmajor attractions will keep you happy by the sea, on the course, in the rural landscapes or with a plate of tapas before you.
Authenticity and Beauty
Getting out and about and traversing the expanse of the municipality is a must during your Llucmajor holidays. The landscapes and destinations surrounding the town are best explored on foot or on two wheels, allowing you to absorb some of the finest vistas and diversity in the Balearic Islands. Surrounding the town is a number of quiet roads that wind around charming villages and towns, displaying the unique rural Majorcan life. Stop off in the pretty little town of Capocorb Vell – the island’s best example of early settlers and try and hunt down beautiful Orient, a rural village tucked away deep in the hills of Majorca.
If you’re after a little more action and adventure and fancy a break from the tranquil scenes that define the area around Llucmajor, you’ll find a number of good options to keep you busy and engrossed. The area around the town is home to some of the finest golf courses on the island, so those that have packed their clubs will be in for a treat. If golf isn’t your thing, perhaps the beach is? There are some great little resorts a short hop away to the coast, including Cala Pi, allowing you to add a spot of sunshine, sand and sea to your holidays to Llucmajor, while a dose of luxury can be enjoyed at the resort of Maioris. You will also find great entertainment and discovery in a trip to the capital of Majorca, Palma where countless historical sites, wonderful nightlife and a great scene awaits you.