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Palma

Palma is the only major city and port on Majorca, a Spanish Island. Palma serves as the capital city of this independent community within the Balearic Islands. You’ll find Palma on the south coast, and it has more than 517,285 occupants in the city and 383,107 people in its metropolis. About half of Majorca’s entire population live in the tourist haven known as Palma. Uncover the secrets of the beautiful Palma by making it your next holiday destination and you’ll never regret it.  

Palma’s airport, Son Sant Joan, receives millions of visitors each year who seize every opportunity to experience the beauty of this tourist destination. The port of Palma provides many fun filled activities, including cruises and tours to other parts of the Island. You could also take a short boat ride to the lovely port of Alcudia. Sightseeing in Palma is something worth taking the time to enjoy. Tour the city and appreciate breathtaking sights that are sources of pride to the people of Palma.

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Why visit Palma ?


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Uncover the secrets of the beautiful Palma

Palma serves as the capital city of this independent community within the Balearic Islands

Be sure to visit the Marivent Palace, which is a beauty to behold. Prince Juan Carlos I of Spain had the honour of receiving this Palace as a gift from the Palma people. The royals have since made Palma their summer vacation destination. Other notable Palma sights are jelly fishes and sea urchins and their marvellous displays in Palma’s electric blue seas.  

Lovers of sports will definitely enjoy a visit to Palma as its most important sport is football. Its local football team, which plays in the famous La Liga, is known as Real Mallorca and its stadium is located within the city of Palma. All the different types of sea sports imaginable are practiced and displayed during the tournament Trofeo Ciutat de Palma. Tennis freaks will also relish the chance of playing with locals as well as other holiday makers.  

Where to stay is not something you should worry about as the city avails several accommodation options to suit every taste and budget. Palma’s city is full of palaces and mansions that have been transformed into nice hotels. From intercontinental hotels to moderate and low budget inns, the city of Palma has it all. Among the popular hotels in Palma are Portixol Hotel, Gran Melia Victoria, Barcelo Puro Hotel, Pueblo Park, Mirador Hotel, Valparaiso Palace, Amic Horizonte Hotel, Dalt Murada, Costa Azul Hotel, Tryp Bosque, Iberostar Royal Cristina and several others.  

During your stay in Palma, you will be sure to find excellent restaurants and bars located in Sa Llotja. Taberna La Bóveda and Xim’s Bodeguita are two of Palma’s most frequented bars. Just west of the Palau de l’Almudaina in Sa Llotja is where you will find a number of others. Whether you are looking for somewhere quiet or crowded, Palma has it all. Visit the maritime neighbourhood of Portixol for Palma’s wide selection of cuisines. Restaurants worthy of note are found in areas such as the Santa Catalina District and the S’Eixerit where American and Asian dishes are offered.

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