Palma (or Palma de Mallorca),is a historical Spanish city situated on the south coast of the Balearic island of Majorca in the Bay of Palma. A major port and the capital city of the Balearic Islands, Palma proudly traces its history to Roman Empire, Byzantine Empire, and the remains of a Talaiotic settlement. Read More...
Enjoy the lovely sunshine and the sapphire and turquoise waters at Palma. Palma de Mallorca makes a wonderful holiday destination with a fascinating all year round climate and some of the best sights and top attractions.
Here are few spots on the Balearic Islands which are gently tucked away from the usual swarm of tourists, and can give you the much-needed peace of mind.
This 13th-century Monastery of Lluc is one of the most-visited pilgrimage sites in Mallorca (Majorca), which is situated north-west of the island and nestled on the idyllic valleys of Serra de Tramuntana Mountains.
The northern coast of Mallorca is fabulous, set with UNESCO-listed Tramuntana Mountains, stunning views from the Colomer viewpoint and dramatic panorama.