Palma, the Mediterranean jewel

Located on the island of Mallorca, Palma perfectly combines history, culture, architecture and nature. It also offers a unique charm with its impressive Gothic cathedral, its old town full of cobbled streets and charming squares, as well as its beautiful beaches and promenades. It also boasts a vibrant gastronomic scene, exclusive shops and a lively nightlife.

We recommend you to see the best places on the island

Castell de Bellver

For history lovers in Mallorca

The Castell de Bellver is an impressive 14th century castle with a circular architecture unique in Europe. Located on a hill, it offers panoramic views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea. In addition to its architectural beauty, it houses a fascinating museum of Palma's history and temporary exhibitions. It is a must-see destination for history and culture lovers in Mallorca.

Marivent Gardens

An oasis of tranquillity in Palma

Located by the Mediterranean Sea, this botanical park, part of the summer residence of the Spanish Royal Family, captivates with its lush Mediterranean vegetation and beautiful views of the sea. It is an ideal place to stroll, relax and enjoy nature in a privileged setting on the island.

Cala Mayor

The former residence of the artist Joan Miró

The area of Cala Mayor is known for its beautiful beach of golden sand and crystal clear waters. Surrounded by palm trees and a variety of restaurants and bars, it is a perfect place to relax and enjoy the Mediterranean sun. In addition to its coastal charm, it offers water activities and access to nearby attractions such as the Marivent Palace and the Paseo Marítimo.

Miró Foundation Mallorca

Miró's artistic sanctuary

The Miró Foundation Mallorca showcases the work of the renowned painter Joan Miró. This space, housed in a former textile factory, offers an intimate insight into the artist's creativity, with an extensive collection of paintings, sculptures and graphic works. In addition, its gardens and terraces provide a serene setting to explore the inspiration behind Miró's work.

Beaches and coves

The nooks and crannies of Mallorcan paradise

Close to the centre of Palma, you will find charming beaches of golden sand and crystal-clear waters such as Cala Major, Cala Estancia and Playa de Palma. These coastal destinations offer water activities, excellent dining options and a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy the Mediterranean sun. Perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of the city and immersing yourself in the natural beauty of the Mallorcan coast.


Charming places in Mallorca

Just a short distance from the centre of Palma, you will find picturesque villages full of Mediterranean charm. Sóller, with its historic wooden train and impressive harbour, and Valldemossa, known for its cobbled streets and Carthusian monastery, are just two examples. In addition, Deià, with its rocky coastline and bohemian atmosphere, offers a tranquil getaway close to the bustling city of Palma.

Serra de Tramuntana

UNESCO World Heritage Site

The majestic Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, provides a spectacular backdrop to the island of Mallorca. Its imposing peaks, impressive cliffs and lush valleys offer a paradise for hikers and nature lovers.