Palma de Mallorca
The largest city in the Balearic Islands, an absolute gem of the Mediterranean Sea. There are many ways to enjoy Palma, starting with exploring historic treasures, trying delicious Spanish dishes or just relaxing on sandy beaches and all that with excellent climate all year round.
One of the great gothic churches of the Middle Ages – the Catedral de Mallorca. With beautiful architecture and attention to detail, it is definitely worth a visit. Extremely beautiful and picture friendly Calo Des Moro is ideal for a cove-hunting day. Mercat de l'Olivar - considered the biggest covered market in Mallorca with wide variety of places to eat and buy excellent vegetables, meat, fish etc. Try a local specialty, Ensaïmada – sweet, light, flaky pastries dusted with powdered sugar. Mallorca in Your Own Formula One Car at Carrer de La Savina. Grand Prix from Andratx through Palma, across the mountains. Exciting but safe in a Slingshot Formula three-wheeler. The Arab Baths (Banys Arabs), one of the most unique things to do in Palma de Mallorca. These historic baths date back a thousand years and offer a glimpse into Mallorca’s Arab past. Many secrets hidden in the seas and oceans are gathered in the Palma Aquarium. Museo Historico Militar de San Carlo tells the history of Palma in military museum and Fort.