Sun-drenched beaches, Gothic architecture, busy bars, and charming cafes make Palma holidays truly unforgettable.
Things to Do in Palma
- Tour Palma Cathedral. Also called Cathedral Le Seu, this impressive Gothic church is one of Palma’s most beautiful buildings.
- Sample some delicious tapas at La Boveda. Be sure to book a table as it fills up quickly.
- Holidaying families should check out the Palma Aquarium. With a selection of fish, a shark tank, and a pirate ship playground, the Palma Aquarium is always a hit with children.
- Take a day trip to the sleepy town of Soller aboard the Ferrocarril de Soller – a 19th century wooden train. The train journey alone makes this a charming experience, however Soller also has some chic cafes, museums, and lovely architecture.
Best Time to Visit
Apr-May: It's usually very sunny around this time of year, but you shouldn't have to deal with as many people. Any time from April to September will pretty much guarantee you'll get to enjoy the sunshine. Palma boasts hot dry summers with temperatures lingering around 25°C. Winters are mild with temperatures of around 11° and the occasional rainy day.
Visit January 20th for the Feast of Saint Sebastian and take part in one of the biggest parties in Majorca featuring music, dancing, and fireworks.
Why We Love It“Palma de Mallorca is a gorgeous destination. The beaches are lovely and the shopping on Carrer Sant Miquel is incredible – lots of high-street names.”
Sinead McGrane, Sales Executive