Quick Guide to Palma de Mallorca
Palma de Majorca is the capital of the Spanish Balearic Island of Majorca. Known to many holidaymakers as just the entry point for their cheap holiday to Magaluf, Palma Nova or countless other resorts, if you're after a city break with a beach on tap then you really should be considering a holiday to Palma de Majorca.
Other Destinations in Spain
Other Nearby Destinations
- Tenerife Holidays
- Majorca Holidays
- Fuerteventura Holidays
- Gran Canaria Holidays
- Lanzarote Holidays
- Costa del Sol Holidays
- Ibiza Holidays
- Costa Brava Holidays
- Barcelona Holidays
- Madrid Holidays
- Costa Dorada Holidays
- Tenerife South Holidays
- Menorca Holidays
- Magaluf Holidays
- Malaga Holidays
- Playa De Las Americas Holidays
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How to get to Palma de Majorca
Great news - since Majorca is such a popular holiday destination, there are many cheap flights throughout the year, although, as you would expect, they get more expensive the hotter the sunshine. Flights depart from all over the UK so there is no reason why you can't head off on a holiday in Palma from your local airport.
Most holidays to Palma don't come with transfers included, but that's okay, because the local bus runs a regular service at a very reasonable price. There are also taxis available, and since it's only six miles to the centre from the airport it won't break the bank - particularly if you're sharing.
What to see in Palma de Majorca
History lovers are in for a real treat on a holiday to Palma with plenty of heritage to explore. This includes the Castell de Bellver which also boasts amazing views, the Pueblo Español, the Catedral de Mallorca and the Banys Àrabs, or Moorish Baths. Take time to stroll the Paseo Maritimo where you can see the Cathedral lit up at night and you'll also find the best of the nightlife here too.
Other attractions include taking a day trip to Aqualand and seeing the modern art at the Museo de Arte Español Contemporáneo which features works by artists including Dali, Picasso and Miro.