Palma, Majorca

Palma de Majorque

Palma de Majorque

The capital of the island of Mallorca , located in the bay of the same name , enjoys a privileged climate throughout the year ( average annual temperature of 17.9 º C). Best known for its sun and beaches, it nonetheless has a beautiful historical center. The cathedral, the Palace of Almudaina, the halls and the Plaza Mayor are all essential places for the visitor. The fishing boats , pine and palm trees draw the perfect setting for some fantastic moments . The landscape of the island is dotted with coves , beaches and Cliff are beachfront , while the interior reveals typical Mallorcan villages and reliefs that reach 1500 meters. Aesthetic and cultural richness that invites you to explore every nook and cranny in Majorca , and to discover the gastronomy .
The present city of Palma was once coveted by the Romans, the Arabs and the Barbary pirates.
Behind the walls of the eighteenth having repressed pirates and privateers in the sea, lies the old town and its churches, palaces and stately homes with beautiful patios (there are more than 40 spread throughout the center of Palma) .
“Sa Seu” : Palma Cathedral, stands on a spectacular location overlooking the bay and the fishing port . This elegant Gothic church retains much harmony despite its large size.

All information on this destination:


Plaça de la Reina 2
7012  Palma, Majorque  (Baléares)
Tél.:+34 971173990
Fax:+34 971173994

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