Palma, or Ciutat as it is called by the locals, is the seat of the autonomous government of the Balearic Islands. Almost half the population of Mallorca, the largest of the islands, live in this metropolis. Palma exemplifies Mediterranean city life at it's best. A lively city with an active cultural and restaurant scene, there is always plenty to do. Shop on the city's most fashionable avenue Jaume III or stroll along the Paseo del Borne and enjoy a coffee on the terrace of one of Palma's most famous cafes, Bar Bosch.

The Old Town of Palma is a maze of cobbled streets with glimpses of cool patios and green palm-treed gardens. Palma's monuments crown the city's skyline and welcome visitors entering from the sea. Among them is the magnificient Gothic Cathedral built on the site of an Islamic mosque. The singularly round Bellver Castle, 3 km from the city center, is set in a forest 112 meters above the city.

A safe city, Palma's city government encourages alternate modes of transportation. Bicycles can be rented to ride on bicycle paths that crisscross the city and even Es Baluard Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art offer discounts to those who arrive on a bicycle.


Deka Discotheque
cervecería el grifo
BCM Planet Dance
Tito's Palma
Virtual Club
Caixaforum Palma
Euphoria Mallorca
Auditorium de Palma de Mallorca
Garito Café (El)
Bunglow (El)
Twisters in Torrenova


Galería de arte Jaime III- Centre d'Art Andrés Picó
Castle of Sant Telm
Pere Garau
Santa Catalina
Western Park
Palau March Museum
Mercat Artesanal
Can Alcover
Palma Cathedral (La Seu)
Placa d`Espanya
Caixaforum Palma
Puerto Portals
Blue Marin
Aqualand Magaluf
Corte Ingles (El)
Sóller Train (The)
Llotja del Peix (Fish Market)


Everest Indian Cuisine
Bunglow (El)
Khans Restaurant
BCM Planet Dance
Virtual Club
Tito's Palma
Twisters in Torrenova

© 2017   ·   Blog   ·   Facebook   ·   Contact Us   ·   About Us   ·   Privacy Policy   ·   Terms & Conditions