Escape to Palma de Mallorca’s enchanting shores! Revel in historic charm, savor Mediterranean delights, and bask in the sun. Your island adventure awaits!
The capital city of Palma on Mallorca (Majorca) island, known as Palma de Mallorca, is one of Spain’s relatively hidden gems. Mallorca (Majora) island lies a mere ~150 kilometers (170 miles) off the southeastern coast of mainland Spain and is easily reachable by airplane and boat.
The island’s primary attraction includes stunning coastlines, dramatic mountain backdrops, and Spanish architecture in a modern city. Even though this bustling city has a lot to offer, Span is not well known for their taxi’s and public transportation. Hire a driver or rent a car to explore the island – relying on taxis will cause headaches, anxiety and delays.
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The culture and history of this destination are phenomenal; visitors can spend days exploring worthwhile destinations such as the Catedral-Basílica de Santa María de Mallorca and Castell de Bellver!
If you’re looking for quaint mountain villages or Instagram-worthy backdrops, I recommend Valldemossa and Cova de Sa Foradada.
Once the sun sets, Palma de Mallorca transforms into a party atmosphere with impressive bars and nightclubs. The island is a magnet for money, luxury, and a party atmosphere that rivals the neighboring island of Ibiza, which is internationally known for its nightlife.
The weather in Palma de Mallorca is beautiful almost year round and makes visiting this destination a great place to add to your list.
Everything you need to know before you visit Palma de Mallorca
HIGH SEASON (MOST EXPENSIVE)
April – October
LOW SEASON (LEAST EXPENSIVE)
November – March