Palma
Palma de Majorca

Palma de Majorca

Palma de Majorca is the starting point for a spectacular holiday in Majorca!

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PALMA-SON SANT JOAN

From 08/07/2019 to 01/09/2019

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From 15/04/2019 to 25/10/2019

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From 17/04/2019 to 26/10/2019

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5 good reasons to go

Dive into turquoise seas
Dive into turquoise seas
It's impossible to choose which beach to visit - each is more beautiful than the last here. The Sa Calobra, Mayor, el Arenal, Es Trenc and Illetes beaches are all fantastic options for dozing in the sun and enjoying a dip in the turquoise waves. The Coll Baix beach is a more peaceful option.
Fascinating culture
Fascinating culture
Get to know Majorca through its intriguing museums and historic sites. Palma boasts the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró modern and contemporary art museum and the Juan March museum, home to a plethora of works by world-famous Spanish painters such as Picasso. Don't miss out on a trip to the archaeological Roman site of Pollentia.
Uncover authentic villages
Uncover authentic villages
Majorca is a patchwork of ravishing villages and towns. The capital city of Palma is a must, but don't forget Estellencs, Valldemossa, Deià, Sóller, Biniaraix, Fornalutx, Pollenca and Alcúdia, either. Whether by the sea or tucked away on mountain tops, all are marvellous experiences in their own right.
Exceptional natural heritage
Exceptional natural heritage
The island offers more than a few natural wonders. Just off the southern tip, the Es Pontàs arch seems to bob in the middle of the deep blue sea, as does the national island park of Cabrera. The Cap de Formentor and Mondragó natural park offer stunning views. Majorca also boasts some incredible caves such as Drach and Artà.
Dine like a local
Dine like a local
Borrowing from Spanish cuisine, Majorca's dishes are fragrant and can be quite spicy, with a focus on fish and seafood. Local favourites include empanadas, coca de patata, soup and sobrassada. Don't leave without trying ensaimada, a spiral-shaped pastry.

To see / do

Culture and history

Palma's gems

Palma's gems

Majorca's capital is a rich tapestry of magnificent medieval buildings. The Gothic cathedral rises up in all its ochre splendour, while just opposite, the Royal Palace of La Almudaina is a stunning combination of Arabic and Spanish designs. Today, the palace serves as the royal family's summer residence. Just five kilometres away from the town centre, the incredible Bellver Castle has towered over the city from its hill top since the 14th century.

Mondragó Park

A listed natural park, Mondragó is a protected space that stretches over close to 800 hectares. Meander along the park's trails and paths, soaking up the gorgeous countryside as you stroll. Sheer drops, craggy cliffs and sandy beaches fringe the island, and you'll be able to spot sea birds, turtles and native plants, all left to thrive in their natural habitat.

Jump on the sight-seeing train

Jump on the sight-seeing train

Book a flight to Palma and a Sóller train ticket! This little train has been whisking tourists from the capital to Sóller since the early 20th century. An hour's ride gives you the chance to take in the mind-blowing views of the Serra de Tramuntana. Stop off at traditional little villages, and explore Sóller and its enchanting port.

Outings

Meet farmers and craftsmen

Meet farmers and craftsmen

Majorca is a bustling, resourceful little island, with knives, cloth and pottery all bearing testimony to the local expertise. Inca is just 30 kilometres away from Palma and specialises in leather goods. You'll find gorgeous pieces to take back as unique souvenirs. Make the most of your time here to venture into the many wine cellars to sip at regional wines.

Malaguf: the heart of the action

For fun days out and vibrant nightlife, head to Malaguf! Just 20 kilometres away from Palma, this seaside resort is renowned for its thrilling dance-til-dawn clubbing scene. Stylish bars and beach gigs galore. And during the day, a host of amusement parks fling open their doors for good old-fashioned fun.

Gastronomy

Sobrassada, Majorcan sausage

Don't be fooled by appearances: sobrassada isn't the same as chorizo. Although they share the same colour and paprika-infused flavour, this local sausage is thicker and softer. Locals spread it on bread or add it in cooked dishes.

Empanadas in Majorca

Empanadas in Majorca

A firm Latin favourite, empanadas are delicious little pasties stuffed with vegetables, meat, egg, cheese and more. In Majorca, empanadas are shaped like little tarts and make for the perfect snack.

Practical information

Flight duration

1h20

Time difference

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Currency

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Distance

663 km

Average temperature

Spring

19°C (max 27°C)

Summer

25°C (max 30°C)

Autumn

15°C (max 24°C)

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12°C (max 18°C)

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