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Cheap Palma City Holidays

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Nestled in the crook of the Badia de Palma, Majorca's capital is the most stylish of all Mediterranean towns. Shaped by the sea and backed by mountains, Palma City holidays are all about shopping, glitz, glamour and Spanish sophistication. The resort is just 16km from the nearest airport (taxis via the Autopista de Llevant/Ma-19 cost around 25 Euros) with plentiful public transport, a plethora of shops, restaurants and a buzzing nightlife to suit all ages – and budgets.

 

Holidays to Palma are a paradise for those after fun in the sun, as it offers year-round sunshine, beautiful white sandy beaches and a captivating old town packed with local tapas bars, boutiques, cocktail lounges, baroque buildings and chic rooftop restaurants - providing an eclectic mix of traditional and cosmopolitan city life.

 

Playa de Palma, the city’s main beach, is a 6km-long beautiful strip of sand facing a lovely promenade with ample opportunities to indulge in. Explore the enchanting old town and its picture-perfect palaces and flower-strewn courtyards, settle on the sands of nearby Palma Nova or take a day trip to beautiful towns including Deia, Soller and Alcudia. For those who want to add a little spice to their holiday, popular bars and clubs can be found near the marina, including Café Barcelona and L'Havana for live jazz and salsa music – otherwise, the party towns of Magaluf and Palma Nova are handily located nearby.

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Places to go and things to do in Palma City

Sightseeing In Palma City

Sightseeing In Palma City

Majorca’s stylish capital is the heart of the island's art, museum and shopping scene. Visit the spectacular cathedral, wander the old town, linger on cobbled streets lined with boutiques, marvel at the yachts in the glitzy marina, visit tapas bars for a long lunch or spend time at the open-air music concerts during the summer months. Capture some more culture and explore poet Robert Graves’ house in nearby Deià, or spend an afternoon sampling fine wines in the beautiful village of Binissalem.

Shopping At Inca Market

If you love a bargain then head to Inca Market, one of the biggest weekly markets in Majorca. Every Thursday morning, the streets in the town centre come alive with vibrant stalls selling everything from clothes, fruit and vegetables to music, souvenirs and local crafts. Since the market is famous for leather goods, expect a large collection of leather bags, shoes and jackets.

Train Ride to Soller

Hop on the city's vintage train and enjoy a picturesque ride to the pretty town of Soller. Along the way you'll travel through tunnels that burrow through the Tramuntana Mountains, pass through scented pine forests and stop at hidden villages and towns. Once you've arrived in pretty Port de Soller, pick up something special from a craft shop or enjoy a tapas lunch at the beautiful seafront.

Make a Splash in Aqualand

Keep the family happy with a fun day out at the local Aqualand waterpark, which is a short drive by bus or car. Popular with all ages, the park is full of wet and wild action, from gentle slides to high-octane flumes. Enjoy the attractions, but don’t forget the suncream, and perhaps a picnic!

Places to go and things to do in Palma City

Sightseeing In Palma City

Sightseeing In Palma City


Majorca’s stylish capital is the heart of the island's art, museum and shopping scene. Visit the spectacular cathedral, wander the old town, linger on cobbled streets lined with boutiques, marvel at the yachts in the glitzy marina, visit tapas bars for a long lunch or spend time at the open-air music concerts during the summer months. Capture some more culture and explore poet Robert Graves’ house in nearby Deià, or spend an afternoon sampling fine wines in the beautiful village of Binissalem.

Read More
Shopping At Inca Market

Shopping At Inca Market


If you love a bargain then head to Inca Market, one of the biggest weekly markets in Majorca. Every Thursday morning, the streets in the town centre come alive with vibrant stalls selling everything from clothes, fruit and vegetables to music, souvenirs and local crafts. Since the market is famous for leather goods, expect a large collection of leather bags, shoes and jackets.

Read More
Train Ride to Soller

Train Ride to Soller


Hop on the city's vintage train and enjoy a picturesque ride to the pretty town of Soller. Along the way you'll travel through tunnels that burrow through the Tramuntana Mountains, pass through scented pine forests and stop at hidden villages and towns. Once you've arrived in pretty Port de Soller, pick up something special from a craft shop or enjoy a tapas lunch at the beautiful seafront.

Read More
Make a Splash in Aqualand

Make a Splash in Aqualand


Keep the family happy with a fun day out at the local Aqualand waterpark, which is a short drive by bus or car. Popular with all ages, the park is full of wet and wild action, from gentle slides to high-octane flumes. Enjoy the attractions, but don’t forget the suncream, and perhaps a picnic!

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