VISIT THE CITY OF PALMA
We suggest visiting the capital city of the island of Mallorca, Palma. Just 15 minutes by car, where you can enjoy pleasant walks around the city and get to know its culture, history and varied gastronomy. The city of Palma is made up of narrow streets that get lost among the walls of long-standing structures where you can breathe the culture and history…
Palma has a large number of small shops and boutiques along the city’s main roads. In Jaime III and Borne, you’ll find prestigious brands well-known in the fashion world. Culture is everywhere in the Es Baluard and Palau March areas with a large number of art galleries. In Santa Catalina and La Lonja, you’ll find a lot going on with an endless number of bars, restaurants and nightlife with the locals…
VISIT PLAYA DE PALMA
Playa de Palma is the ideal place to enjoy the sun, beach and pleasant walks along the 4600 metre-long Bay of Palma. Near Hotel Llaut Palace, you’ll find charming restaurants opposite the sea and all types of shops…
WHAT TO SEE IN PALMA?
Mallorca offers beautiful corners and incredible places that will make your holiday on Mallorca quite the experience...
CATHEDRAL OF PALMA
The Cathedral of Palma is the most emblematic Gothic architecture monument on the Mallorcan island. Located in the city’s old quarter seaside, particularly standing out on the inside is the Puerta del Mirador grandeur door, the Trinity Chapel, the Gothic Museum and the chapel decorated by artist Miquel Barceló.
Castell de Bellver was built in the 14th century with a Gothic design surrounded by a lush forest. It is one of the few circular castles in Europe. It offers lovely views of the Bay of Palma and the entire city and is no doubt a historical monument not to miss on Mallorca.
The best places to visit on Mallorca
Sóller is a picturesque coastal village on the north-western side of the island of Mallorca. It’s surrounded by the mountains “Serra de Tramuntana” (UNESCO World Heritage). It’s an excellent place between mountains where you can enjoy excursions, hiking and tourism in general. What to do in Sóller We recommend you visit Sóller by taking the train that connects to the city of Palma. Once there, you can visit Can Prunera, a selection of artwork, the Botanical Garden, where you’ll find many different plants, and the Sóller market on Saturdays, where you can buy local products. Enjoy Sóller, its people and the exquisite gastronomy...
Valldemossa is one of the other most beautiful villages on Mallorca. It’s located right in the heart of Serra de Tramuntana. It’s the ideal place to enjoy a lovely day discovering the most beautiful corners, precious main streets, old buildings… What to do in Valldemossa We recommend visiting La Cartuja and savouring the delicious Mallorcan desserts like their famous potato cocas.
Deià, the most bohemian spot on the island is on the west coast of Mallorca and is considered the village of artists... Famous artists, writers and creators have found inspiration for many years in the wonderful landscapes offered by Deià. What to do in Deià Visit the palace of Austrian nobleman Archduke Lluis Salvador, Son Marroig, take an excursion or a hike among the many different seaside paths and enjoy the gastronomy at any of the different Michelin star restaurants or the local products
Without a doubt one of the most beautiful attractions on the north of the island with old traditions and known for its Moors and Christians festival, it offers lovely landscape surrounded by green areas with olive and oak trees. It’s a place to enjoy the sea and the mountains. It has an immense gastronomy offering and local cured meats like sobrasada, longaniza sausages and butifarró, which are all typical of Mallorcan gastronomy. Particularly standing out is the local seafood and fish like Cap Roig, llampuga and lobster stew… What to do in Pollença Visit the traditional market offering local products, the Joan March gardens with a large medieval Gothic tower, El Calvari, an oratory situated on a small hill accessed by 365 stairs and the many beaches and coves like Cabo de Formentor…