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      Palma de Mallorca, your surprise holiday break

      Located in the southern bay of Mallorca, Palma could turn out to be your surprise holiday break. The city is mostly known for its sun and beach tourism, but its historic quarter and twisting cobbled streets surely shouldn’t be overlooked. In Palma, you’ll come across cosy little cafes, bars and restaurants, serving you the most delicious local delicacies. You’ll get to immerse yourself in the city’s vibrant nightlife, which lasts well into the early hours of the day, and you’ll even be able to experience the island’s historical, cultural and architectural wonders.


      • The Cathedral of Santa María was built on the site of a Moorish mosque and is one of the most impressive Gothic style cathedrals in Europe.

      • The Bellver Castle, one of the few circular castles in Europe, served as a residence for the Kings of Mallorca and was later used as a military prison.

      • The popular Passeig des Born, home to high end stores and chic pavement cafés, is the perfect starting point for strolling around the old city of Palma.

      • With its 5,500m length, the Paseo Marítimo is a promenade parallel to the sea, running alongside the fishing port as well as many hotels and boutiques.

      • Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Serra de Tramuntana is a mountain range rich in fauna and flora, home to small charming villages and ideal for a spot of hiking.

      • Head to Plaza de España and take the historic Railway of Sóller, winding through mountains and tunnels to finally end up in the charming town of Sóller.

      • Have a traditional breakfast at Ca’n Joan de S’aigo and taste a delicious ensaïmada or cuarto, some of Mallorca’s best pastries.

      • Mercat de l’Olivar, a must-do for all foodies who’d like to try out Mallorca’s local produce.

      • The Arab Baths date from the 10th century and are the only remaining of the former Arab city of Medina Mayurqa.

      • The Museum of Spanish Contemporary Art, also known as Es Baluard, is an art gallery featuring 20th century Spanish artists, such as Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró.