Palma de Mallorca: Favorite Areas
A stay in Palma is a must for any visit to the Spanish island of Mallorca. The capital is a captivating look into Balearic culture and with the quality of Palma de Mallorca’s boutique hotels, there’s accommodation to suit every traveler.
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Walking in Palma de Mallorca
The walkability of the city means travelers can step out of their boutique hotel in Palma de Mallorca and into the bustling atmosphere of the city. Visitors can soak up spectacular views from Bellver Castle, or take a 15-minute walk to Palma de Mallorca’s urban beach with invitingly-blue waters. If the beach isn’t enough, the Passeig des Born is a beautiful tree-lined promenade with plenty of cafes to relax in.
Culture and architecture in Palma de Mallorca
Culture enthusiasts will love the choice of Palma de Mallorca’s boutique hotels which complement the characteristic nature of the city. The most impressive structure is the Palma Cathedral Le Seu. Its Gothic appearance and intricate details can be admired during the day and at night, when lights add a dramatic effect to the façade.
History in Palma de Mallorca
The impressive architecture continues behind the Palace de l’Almudaina and into the historic Arab quarter, where little museums dot the streets. Venturing further, visitors will find the Plaça Cort which hosts the historic olive tree and the Palma Town Hall.