Palma de Mallorca

The island's capital is the perfect place to stroll around and discover incredible places. Full of art galleries, craft shops and local products and restaurants where you can taste the most delicious local dishes.

We recommend you to see the best places...

Santa Maria Cathedral

Palma's majestic Cathedral is known as La Seu and is a must-see. This iconic Gothic building offers stunning architecture and panoramic sea views, but you can also explore the surrounding gardens to make sure that you capture its grandeur from every angle.

Old Town

Wandering through the charming cobbled streets of Palma's old town will be an unforgettable part of your trip. Discover historic architecture, numerous boutique shops with designer and chic products, as well as cosy cafés and gourmet restaurants.

Almudaina Royal Palace

Immerse yourself in the royal history of Mallorca by visiting this 14th century palace. Its architectural details and rich cultural heritage are unique, as are the surrounding gardens.

Paseo Marítimo and Port of Palma

Enjoy the charm of the Paseo Marítimo and taste the best fish in the city at one of the seafront restaurants. If you enjoy nightlife, stroll along the harbour and take in the breathtaking views of the coastline.

 Es Baluard Museum

In Palma you will find many independent galleries and art studios, but a visit to the Es Baluard Museum is on the top of the list for lovers of contemporary art. It offers a wide variety of artwork and temporary exhibitions.

Playa de Palma

The extensive Playa de Palma beach is known for its soft sand and crystal clear waters. Come and soak up the sun and enjoy water sports such as windsurfing or paddle surfing. It's an unbeatable experience.

Santa Catalina Market

In the evenings, the charming neighbourhood of Santa Catalina is bustling with life. Especially in its famous market, where the dim lights, live music and stalls selling local products, permeate the atmosphere with the utmost authenticity.