Enjoy the Quieter Side of the Balearics' Biggest Island With Autumn Deals on
Majorca Hotels, Says Hotels4u.com
Peak tourist season is winding down on the popular island of Majorca at the moment, but with
temperatures remaining comfortably over 20°C and hotel prices staying low, there's good news
for those who want to explore the island away from the crowds, says Hotels4u.com.
London (PRWeb UK) September 19, 2009 -- The ever-popular island of Majorca has millions of visitors flocking
to its shores each year. With autumn now approaching, peak tourist season is starting to wind down and this is
good news for those who want to explore the island's diverse offerings away from the crowds, according to
world-wide hotels specialist Hotels4u.com. Holiday-makers booking a last minute break can enjoy the quieter
side of Majorca this autumn while taking advantage of low prices on Majorca hotels.
Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and arguably the most popular thanks to its broad appeal. From its
beaches and holiday activities to culture and cuisine, the island welcomes all types of traveller. The King and
Queen of Spain themselves were among the visitors this August when they stopped on the island for their regular
holiday in the Balearics.
Pleasant year-round temperatures are one advantage for the island. Average temperatures remain over 20°C into
October meaning visitors can experience the island's offerings in comfort as well as relative peace and quiet. Low
prices on hotels in Majorca add to the attractions this autumn, with four star hotel rooms available for around £10
per person per night in October*.
Steven Moore, Head of eCommerce at Hotels4u.com, says: "Majorca is a hugely flexible destination. It caters for
all types of visitor and this has made it particularly popular with UK holiday-makers over the years. In one sense
it offers a tried and tested formula; you know what you're getting when you go there and this means that you
know your money will be well spent - a comforting thought for holid