With one of our last-minute holidays to Majorca, you could find yourself on a beautiful cove, soaking up the Spanish sun. As a holiday destination, Majorca's hard to beat. There's nothing better than swimming in the warm Mediterranean Sea or exploring one of the many traditional villages in the Majorcan mountains. The island has over 40 Blue Flag beaches for you to enjoy. Or, perhaps you'd prefer exploring the countless coves dotted around the island? While you're there, visit Majorca's charming capital, Palma, and discover the perfectly preserved Medieval Quarter. Inside the Gothic cathedral, there's an impressive replica of the Last Supper. It's an absolute must-see for anyone who loves architecture, art, or local culture. Don't forget to take a walk around the castle, where you'll get the most amazing views overlooking the harbour. Here in the capital, you can shop to your heart's content, then chat about your adventures over tapas or paella in one of the city's many cafes or bodegas. This is one of the many reasons why foodies love this Spanish island.Along Majorca's north-west coast, lies the dramatic Serra de Tramuntana Mountains, home to charming traditional villages. Thanks to the century-old farming techniques on the steep mountain slopes, this region's classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's certainly worth a visit if you've booked one of our cheap last-minute holidays to Majorca and want to see how the locals have turned this island into a green and bountiful location over the centuries.Not all the beauty is above ground. The island's also home to an extensive network of caves and boasts incredible stalactites and stalagmites at the Caves of Arta. Alternatively, you can head over to the Caves of Drach and explore one of the world's largest underground lakes by boat.