This island full of contrast will delight in a special atmosphere, charming fishing ports, as well as excellent gastronomy while the capital of Palma is known for its luxurious shops, yacht clubs and attractive bars.
In addition to good food, good food and beautiful beaches, Palma is a place where lovers of culture and architecture will enjoy. The masterpiece, which all admire and is one of the trademarks of Palma, is certainly the Cathedral of Saint Mary or the Catedral de Mallorca, also known as La Seu.
There is also the Museum of Contemporary Art â Museo de Arte EspaÃ±ol Contemporaneo â whose permanent display is at least impressive, with over seventy works by contemporary Spanish artists, including Pablo Picasso, Juan Grisa and Salvador Dalia.
West of the city on top of the hill stands Castell de Bellver, a unique round castle from the 14th century with the best views of the city.