Located in the sun-filled Bay of Palma, Palma de Mallorca is the capital of the Balearic Islands and serves as their most historically and culturally rich city. Besides the awe-inspiring 13th-century Gothic Santa María Cathedral—commonly known as La Seu—the Historic Center (or Old Town) boasts a few other historical and architectural gems close by, including the Esglesia de Sant Nicolau and the Plaça del Mercat. History and architecture aside, the Historic Center also boasts some top shopping opportunities, particularly on Avenida Jaume III and Paseo del Borne, while the array of bars and restaurants make for great waterside/street-side retreats.
PMI - Son San Joan Palma de Mallorca Airport
Nearest train station
Palma Intermodal Station
Spa & Recreation
Jacuzzi, jogging track, massage, splash pool
Food & Drink
Restaurant for Mallorcan and Mediterranean fusion cuisine, Raw Bar for oysters, ceviche, and tartars, wine cellar
Conference & Meetings
Private space with bar
Amidst a landscape that encompasses wild mountains, blissful beachfronts, and hidden coves, this Balearic island is ripe for discovery and feasting through its local culinary delights.