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Holidays to Palma

Introduction

Palma is the capital city of the Balearic Islands, and the largest city on the island of Majorca. As such, it offers an incredible wealth of accommodation, dining, drinking, and entertainment options for travellers from all corners of the globe. The city has a rich history, which can be seen in the stunning architecture in the city. At the same time, the city has a vibrant, modern, and cosmopolitan edge to it. This is a great holiday destination for those who want to stay in a charming seaside city in the midst of all the action.

What to see and do on a Holiday to Palma

One of the most attractive aspects of Palma is its captivating historic buildings. The old quarter consists of narrow, shady cobblestone streets lined with small boutique shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, as well as the 14th century restored cathedral (pictured), elegant residential courtyards, and the ancient Arab baths that date back to the 10th century. The Castell de Bellver is another interesting historical site for its intriguing circular shape, informative museum, and fantastic views over the sea.

Palma Cathedral

Families on a holiday to Palma will find much to please both children and adults. Palma is surrounded by many excellent beaches with soft white sand, calm, clear waters, and convenient facilities such as showers, toilets, sun bed rentals, and pedal boats. Some popular beaches close to Palma include Cala Mayor and Cuidad Jardin. On hot days, Aqualand is a great place to cool off, as this massive water park features many exciting water slides, pools, and rafting rides.

Palma is also well-known for its wide range of superb dining and nightlife options. Here you can find everything from fast food chains to European fine dining establishments to fresh seafood stalls overlooking the sea. After dark the old quarter comes to life with trendy pubs, bars, taverns, and nightclubs that offer live music, enticing drink specials, and the opportunity to socialize with locals, ex-pats, and fellow travellers.

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