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About Palma

Palma is a modern, cosmopolitan, sophisticated, vibrant and above all beautiful city overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Capital of the island of Majorca (Mallorca) Palma is home to over 400,000 people, nearly half the population of the island. The city boasts castles, an immense cathedral, multiple museums, world class art galleries and Michelin star restaurants. Meanduring down the delightful narrow streets you can find all the designer brands, boutiques, different markets plus all the high street options - hence Palma has become a hotspot for shoppers. Put this all together with 300 days of sunshine, 5 blue flag beaches, sailing, diving, cycling - you can see why Palma is very popular for holidays and city breaks.

Palma comes from the Roman 'Palmeria' who first came to the Island in 123 BC. Following a long Byzantine and then Muslim periods Palma's real expansion started in 1229 with the arrival of James I of Aragon. His son, James II, was responsible for many of today’s major sites, such as Bellver Castle, Palace of Almudia and the Cathedral. Today Palma's beauty, climate, location and culture make tourism its largest industry.

Getting to Palma couldn't be easier - from the UK the flight time is approximately 2 hours. Twenty Eight different UK airports offer multiple flights to Palma from all the major low cost carriers plus the likes of Iberia and British Airways - making city breaks and short stays a very viable option.

Top things to see and do during your stay in Palma.


Sightseeing Tours, Including walking, bus top & bike tours.


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