Palma de Mallorca is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands in Spain. The so-called 'pearl of the Mediterranean' offers a vibrant lifestyle by day and night, brimming with a Mediterranean flair, which attracts millions of visitors each year. The landscape of the island is full of coves, beaches, and cliffs on the coast, and inland you will find typical towns and mountain ranges up to 1,500 meters high.
On your Palma sightseeing ‘must see’ list, don't forget to include "La Seu", the local name that refers to the Cathedral of Palma and the 14th century hilltop Bellver Castle
This area of Palma is famous for it's historic food market place called Mercat de Santa Catalina – its market rights have been established since 1249.
The Old Town of Palma or Casco Antiguo as it is known to local, is another fascinating area that must be discovered.
Fira del Fang
Fira del Fang is a festival dedicated to local artisans to showcase their crafts. The aim of the fair is to preserve the techniques used in this 300-year-old industry of craftmanship.
Super Yacht Show
Palma Superyacht Village at the heart of the Palma International Boat Show is an annual brokerage and charter show, exhibiting an extensive selection of yachts above 24 m for sale and charter.
Paseo Sa Riera
Stroll or cycle along this pleasant tree-lined walk from Es Baluard to Sa Riera Park for a sense of the mediterranean dream.
Avenida Jaime lll
Avenida Jaime III is a decorative high street lined with international brands boutiques and near Palma's top restaurants, bars, hotels and landmarks.
Whether you are an amateur or a professional cyclist, you will want to experience these spectacular cycling routes on Mallorca, all over the island cyclists find beautiful quiet country roads calling out to be discovered and explored.
Joan Miró Foundation
Enjoy an interesting visit to the Fundació Miró and discover the unique atmosphere in which Joan Miró created many of the famous paintings and sculptures on display.
Palma is known for hosting a multitude of festivals throughout the year. Some are contemporary and some others have been celebrated for centuries. All of them bring together the best ingredients of Mallorca.
Exceptional dining address, only a minute away from the lively shopping mile of Jaime III in Palma's city centre.
Vagabundos by Balagan is pretty near Bastio de Sant Pere. The menu of International cuisine is recommended to try at this restaurant.
The aroma of roasted chestnuts and churros is the protagonist at Palma's picturesque Christmas market. Come explore it while sipping a hot chocolate!
Holy Week is celebrated 10th to 17th April, a week that is filled with traditional rituals and processions to mark the Passion of Christ.
Balearic Symphony Orchestra
In July and early August Bellver Castle provides a beautiful venue for the annual summer concerts performed by the Balearic Symphony Orchestra.