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La Palma is the capital of Majorca, situated in the Bay of Palma, attracting the jet-setting crowd with their luxury yachts and cruisers lining up in the busy harbour. Palma Mallorca is not set on a beach, but nearby Arenal, Palma Nova, C`an Pastilla and Cala Mayor all have wonderful sandy beaches.
The weather in Palma can range between 15-21° out of season and up to the mid 30`s during the summer months. If you are looking for a sight seeing holiday then Palma won`t disappoint you, with it`s narrow medieval streets and picturesque squares of the Old Quarter opening up to the huge Gothic Cathedral.
When it comes to eating you will be spoilt for choice in Palma, with an array of restaurants serving local delights, such as paella or tapas, as well as international cuisine to suit everyone`s tastes. You will also find many fast food outlets for burgers, fish and chips etc. After enjoying your meal why not head off to one of the many bars, nightclubs and discos to party the evening away. The best ones are Titos, the trendiest club in Palma and Abraxas Nightclub (formerly Pacha) that is hewn into the cliff-side, offering fantastic views over the bay.
Palma is the best place for shopping in Majorca, with an abundance of designer shops and trendy boutiques, as well as a few markets selling those holiday souvenirs.
Palma is approximately 20 minutes from Palma Airport - 10km (6 miles).
Ideal for Couples
You can spend the day strolling round the historical city of Palma, share a romantic meal in one of the gourmet restaurants and rub shoulders with the rich and famous in the nightclubs.
Palma Airport is just 20 minutes from Palma Mallorca resort.
The fantastic nightclubs in Palma attract the rich and famous, while the trendy jazz clubs are well worth a visit.
Spanish tapas bars line the cobbled streets serving delicious local cuisine and fresh fish dishes, while the fashionable restaurants offer international cuisine.
Fantastic Sight Seeing
Palma itself is a wonderful city to explore, with itsí narrow cobbled streets, and marvellous architecture around every corner. Overlooking the city is the Gothic Cathedral, dating back to the 13th century, and other interesting sites to visit include Bellver Castle and the Moorish baths in the medieval quarter.