Palma de Mallorca
A dream destination of beaches and natural beauty
The Balearic island of Palma de Mallorca captivates visitors with its luscious natural landscape and breathtaking beauty. The balmy climate ensures a holiday of endless possibilities: relaxing on the beach, playing a round of golf or simply strolling through the alleyways of the island's capital. The charming holiday destination of Majorca also has more than its fair share of cultural offerings. Explore the exclusive museum Foundation Pilar and Joan Miró, the Bellver Castle or the imposing Cathedral La Seu, which is a real architectural highlight.
CATHEDRAL LA SEU
This building is a Gothic-style castle, which was built between 1300 and 1310. The castle's functions were both defensive and residential.
PILAR & JOAN MIRÓ FOUNDATION
The collection consists of numerous paintings, drawings and graphic works by the artist Joan Miró. The building was designed by the Spanish architect Rafael Moneo.
The Sóller Railway has run between Palma de Mallorca and Sóller since 1912. The railway passes through tunnels, crosses over several bridges and overcomes the natural barrier of the Sierra de Alfàbia mountain range.
The spectacular marine park takes you on a journey beyond the sea. Discover more than 8.000 animals, dive with the rays and enjoy a wide variety of activities for the whole family.
CALA ES MARMÒLS
Calo des Marmol is a remote bay with a sandy beach, far away from Mallorca's bustling resorts. The sandy beach is located near by the village of Santanyí and can only be reached by foot.