Palma Beach is notable for its unbeatable location just 5 kilometres from the airport and 10 kilometres from the city. With almost 5 kilometres of coastline, this is the longest beach in the city and it is popular with both tourists and locals alike. At Palma Beach you will find a wide range of leisure and gastronomy options by the sea: restaurants, bars and the wonderful Palma Aquarium.
Whether you are adventurous or you enjoy more relaxed sports, you'll find what you're looking for here. Water activities (surfing, paddle surfing, windsurfing, diving, parasailing, etc.) and cycling tourism are popular on the island thanks to the excellent Mediterranean climate. Majorca is also the perfect place to practice golf year round.
A meeting point, shopping paradise and leisure destination with a Majorcan touch, FAN Mallorca Shopping is a vibrant, energetic, exciting place for families, groups of friends, adrenaline seekers, fans of relaxation... FAN is comprised of open, welcoming spaces where tradition and modernity combine.
Discover this wonderful marine park with more than 8000 examples of marine fauna from the Mediterranean Sea, Indian Ocean, Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean, and up to 700 different species. The aquarium in Palma is open 365 days a year and is the most visited park on the island.
Visit Cabrera Archipelago Natural Park on a fantastic excursion. This place is bathed by the Mediterranean's clear waters. Water sports and boat rides to areas only accessible by sea are some of the attractions available. The park can be visited from La Colonia de Sant Jordi and Porto Petro.
Serra de Tramuntana
Discover Majorca like never before. This is an island formed by numerous towns with impressive cliffs, quiet coves, clear waters and sandy, rocky or pebble beaches, allowing you to enjoy nature in every form. You can also enjoy an endless number of sports: cycling, hiking, adventure sports, water sports...
Caves of Drach
The Caves of Drach are some of the most famous caves in Majorca. Discovered in the Middle Ages, it wasn't until 1880 when they were explored by M.F. Will and in 1896 by E.A. Martel who discovered the underground lake that provides the caves with their name. Between 1922 and 1935 they were prepared for tourist visits. A visit also includes a classical music concert and a boat ride on Martel Lake. This is a must-see in Majorca.
A symbolic monument in Palma, Majorca's capital, the cathedral is an imposing building overlooking the sea and dominating the Bay of Palma. It is one of the most photographed scenes in the city. This Gothic gem is a must-see point in the city.
Bellver Castle is 3 kilometres from the city centre of Palma and more than 110 metres above sea level. Construction began in 1300 and it took nine years to complete the main part of the building, while a few more were required for its decoration. Today, it is the home of the city's History Museum and the Despuig Colleciton of classic sculptures.