Lying to the East of the Spanish coast, on the southern tip of Mallorca, Palma became, in recent years, one of the most visited city around the Mediterranean Sea. Today, it's no surprise that the city ranks amongst European jet set most popular destination.
Both quiet and very lively, Palma de Mallorca combines the cozy vibes of smaller villages and the many activities of larger urban cities. During your visit, dive into Palma's historical center, witness of an ancient, multicultural legacy which reflects in the local atmosphere, warm and welcoming. Then, head down to one of the many wild beaches, like the Cala Falco, and take a walk on the fine white sand, typical to the island. If you wish to cool down for a bit, venture into the blue waters of Palma Bay, leaving behind your everyday worries.
In the end, your stay would not be complete without a taste of Palma's local cuisine. In one of the many gastronomic restaurants on the island, top chefs will guide you through Balearic Seafood, as well as other regional specialties, while you enjoy a breathtaking view over the sea.