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Port Palma De Mallorca

One of the most charming Mediterranean ports, Port Palma attracts thousands of visitors each year with a blend of stunning nature, cosmopolitan atmosphere, and rich cultural heritage. The largest of five ports managed by the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands, Port Palma is a chic and vibrant harbor that offers only the finest berths to accommodate yachts up to 100 meters in length. 

What makes it even more appealing is the vicinity of some of Europe’s most beautiful landmarks. The culture vultures will enjoy a stroll to the La Seu (the Cathedral), the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, the old Banys Arabs bathhouse, and Bellver Castle. 

Port De Palma homes some of the most prestigious boating events and regattas each year, giving it a vibrant feel throughout the year. The King's Cup and the HRH Princess Sofia Trophy are a favorite among the elites and present a wonderful showcase of some of the most lavish boats. A taste of the illustrious yachting world can be enjoyed during The Palma Superyacht - spot the latest motor yachts or performance cruisers, enjoying a posh ambiance of the marina Moll Vell, which hosts the event every year. After a dazzling display of the naval industry’s latest achievements, enjoy a magnificent shopping experience in one of the numerous luxe designer boutiques here, or book a table for a hedonist dining experience. 

Try the unique blend of Japanese and Mediterranean cuisine in the trademark Mar De Nudos restaurant, or enjoy sweeping views from the terrace of 49 steps, where you’ll come across a trendy vibe and a wide selection of the most spectacular seafood dishes. 

A charming waterfront promenade connects all four parts of Palma’s harbor, including the commercial docks, the Poniente Quays, marina docks, and West Breakwaters. 

With a plentitude of entertaining activities to choose from, including wine tasting in Serra de Tramuntana, promenades in the Soller Valley, or Valldemossa and Deia villages and cruises to the Mallorcan coasts, fun times are guaranteed.

A long promenade adorned with swaying palm trees stretches over 5 km and homes some of the most elite bars and clubs where you can refresh with a cocktail in hand and surrender to the beats coming from the turntables of some of the most famous DJs. 

Things to do and see |

Things to do and see

Explore Palma de Mallorca

The capital of Mallorca is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. A metropolis with stunning architecture, a pleasant Mediterranean climate, and a bustling atmosphere, Palma has everything one could wish for in a city. If you choose to start your journey in this stunning city, make sure to spend time exploring its rich cultural heritage and exciting activities it has to offer. 

La Seu

What Duomo is to Milan, La Seu is for Palma. This Gothic cathedral was completed in 1601 and represents one of the most important historical monuments in Europe. This impressive landmark is located in the heart of the old city, just by Parc de la Mar, and is famous for its stained glass windows, thanks to which it's often referred to as the "Cathedral of light." In the 20th Century, arguably the most famous architect of all time, Antoni Gaudi, left his finishing touches. 

Bellver Castle

Adorned with fragrant pine trees and perched on a hill in West Palma, Castell de Bellver represents one of the few circular castles in Europe. The 14th Century castle affords some of the best views of the city, and the Tramuntana range from a panoramic summit. There is also a magnificent museum with artifacts witnessing the island's Roman, Arab, and Spanish eras. During the summer season, Bellver Castle hosts numerous concerts and music events. 

Visit the squares

Boasting stunning architecture that merges different styles, Palma has many beautiful Squares to visit on balmy summer days. Walk through the vibrant pedestrian Calle de San Miguel to reach the Paseo del Borne. Shop for flowers while you stroll through La Rambla, and finally visit the largest tree in the Eden-like Botanical Garden. 

Experience the cuisine of Mallorca

The lovely Mediterranean island is well-known for mouthwatering food. Visit some of the top restaurants in Palma to explore the tasty flavors of fresh seafood, organic herbs, and spices and enjoy the lively atmosphere. For a more relaxed urban atmosphere, book a table in Vandal. Forn de Sant Joan is a superb choice for any occasion where you can dine in a historic building, while Bahia Mediterraneo offers a stylish ambiance with palatable gastronomy. 

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