Palma Majorca

Palma, Majorca

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About Palma, Majorca

Majorca’s hidden jewel

If you’re looking for pristine beaches and deep blue surf there are few places better than Palma. As Majorca’s capital city it combines modern development with the natural beauty the island is known for, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds. While the city’s weather is best in the summer months, the climate is good all year round making every day perfect for hitting the beach.

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Hotels in Palma, Majorca

Palma de Majorca has a host of fantastic accommodation ranging from the budget to the boutique. If you’re in search of a classy escape in the Old Town then a booking at the Hotel Can Cera is ideal.  For the ultimate high-end experience, the classically styled Gan Melia Victoria will fit the bill. However, if you’re in search of somewhere with a real ‘wow’ factor head 11km out of the city to Castillo Hotel Son Vida, a 13th century estate boasting timeless elegance and sweeping views of the bay. Thrifty travellers can save Euros without missing the historical charm by booking at the character-filled former palace Hotel Born.

Shopping in Palma, Majorca

The first stop for any shopper in the city is the Avinguda Jaume III, Palma’s main shopping street where many international brands can be found. However, the tree-lined Passeig des Born boasts a staggering number of alternative boutiques that will appeal to the discerning shopper. If you’re hunting for unique items and traditional Majorcan designs, you should pay a visit to the Placa Mayor district, which plays host to a weekly market and several independent shops.

Food & Drink in Palma, Majorca

Whether you’re in the mood for simple tapas or cutting-edge cuisine, Palma’s range of bars and restaurants has something to suit every taste. Palma’s residents have a fondness for Café culture – coffee and an ensaimada, a coil of light dough sprinkled with icing sugar, is a common sight on many streets. Those in search of a more substantial meal should book at Café C’an Toni, a lively eatery serving traditional Majorcan dishes, including succulent roast meats cooked in a large wood-burning oven.

Events in Palma, Majorca

Palma plays host to many of Majorca’s most spectacular events thanks to its status as the island’s capital. If you’d like to make an event the centrepiece of your holiday, here’s a few of our top recommendations:

Sa Rua Carnival

Known as Darrers Dies by many locals, this carnival is celebrated by a lively procession along La Rambla featuring colourful floats, masked dancers and lively musicians. This is a brilliant window into Majorcan culture and ideal for family fun.

Nic de Foc (Night of Fire)

An incredible summer festival celebrated with bonfires to signal the eve of midsummer in Parc de la Mersignal, Nic de Foc is best compared to bonfire night in England. Both locals and visitors flock to get a glimpse of the fireworks, making it the perfect holiday highlight.

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Time zone:GMT + 1 (+2 in Summer)
Flight time:2 hours 45 mins
Airport code:PMI
Holiday type:Beach / City Break / Summer Sun

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