PROPERTY SEARCH GUIDE PALMA DE MALLORCA
Palma De Mallorca is the capital city of Mallorca. Located in the south of the island this vibrant city is home to over half of the population of Mallorca. It is stylish, cosmopolitan and bursting with vibrancy, offering something for every visitor. From historical sights of interest to modernist architecture, art galleries and museums, trendy restaurants and cafes, luxury hotels and fashionable nightclubs. Palma is also home to an international yachting fraternity, urban beaches and a waterfront promenade. This enchanting capital city has it all and is a year round destination for visitors who wish to explore its many delights.
The main attractions in Palma De Mallorca are situated around the massive iconic gothic cathedral, La Seu built on the site of a mosque which was also once a Roman temple. This stunning landmark rises out of the city walls which formerly marked the edge of the sea. Next to the cathedral is L’Almudaina which is a magnificent 13th-century palace with splendid gardens. This area is known as Casco Antiguo, or the old-town of Palma and it’s attractions are all packed within a square kilometre, making this area very easy to explore. Whilst wandering through ancient passages admiring the many historic monuments and stunning architecture, visitors will also find many chic cafés, art galleries and luxurious boutique shops.
Other areas to visit in the city of Palma De Mallorca include the central area known as Paseo del Borne or the ‘golden mile’ where you will find top luxury brand stores such as Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss and many more. The popular tourist area of La Lonja, the fashionable Santa Catalina or Paseo Marítimo the lively sea front strip with a cyclist and pedestrian-friendly promenade that is perfect for a leisurely stroll and also leads to Palmas’ very own urban beach.
Palma De Mallorca also boasts a plentiful selection of hotels and apartments to suit all budgets and the restaurant scene in this vibrant city is exploding with many Michelin starred restaurants and new eateries opening nearly every week.