Majorca has emerged as the destination most British holidaymakers hope to head for when Covid-19 travel restrictions are lifted.
The Balearic island came top of analysis by Loveholidays of travel data of more than 850,000 holiday bookings made in to establish where British holidaymakers are most likely to travel next.
Majorca is also the destination where groups of holidaymakers are most likely to travel to.
As many as 10% of group travellers went to Majorca last year, with five other Spanish destinations appearing in the top 10.
The island is equally popular with solo travellers and people travelling in pairs as well, with 6.4% of solo travellers going there and 6.9% of couples.
Antalya in Turkey is in second place, according to the study, followed by Tenerife, Algarve, Costa Brava, Costa Blanca, Dalaman, Egyptian Red Sea, Lanzarote and Costa del Sol.
Baby boomers will most likely head to Spain and Portugal, while millennials favour staycations in the UK and exploring the Nordics. Those in Gen Z will head to France, Germany and Poland, according to the OTA.
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