Holiday Apartments in Palma de Majorca

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Accommodation in Palma de Majorca - Travel Guide

Where to stay in Palma de Majorca

For the best accommodation available, be sure to check out holiday apartments in Palma de Majorca at HouseTrip.com. Bus service is frequent in the old city centre and the surrounding beaches if you are planning to use public transportation. Rather than opting for a boring hotel or old-fashioned guesthouse, treat the family to some luxury and rent an opulent seaside villa in Palma de Majorca. Of course, budget friendly apartments in Palma de Majorca are also available for solo travellers or large groups. For more information, be sure to check out our Where to Stay in Palma de Majorca Guide.

When to go to Palma de Majorca

Boasting consistently mild temperatures, holiday apartments in Palma de Majorca welcome visitors throughout the year. The tourist season runs from April through October, which peaks from July through September. Be sure to book your cottages in Palma de Majorca well in advance if you are travelling during these times. Summers are typically hot and dry, yet temperatures are never excessive. With cool breezes blowing in off the Mediterranean, the city and your Palma de Majorca apartment will stay comfortable. During the winters, many people choose holiday apartments in Palma de Majorca to escape the cold and enjoy temperatures in the 20s, which will only necessitate a jacket at night.

Getting to and around Palma de Majorca

Staying in holiday apartments in Palma de Majorca is convenient because it is the main transport hub of the island. The city airport receives regular flights from all across Europe, and regular bus service connects it with the city centre and Palma de Majorca apartments. Once you have settled at your holiday apartment in Palma de Majorca, the best way to get around is on foot, allowing you to explore the old town, marina and medieval cityscape. There is an extensive network of bus routes that service the city and the beaches, and trains provide a perfect getaway from your Palma de Majorca apartment into the beautiful citrus groves and other areas around the island.

Discover Palma de Mallorca

Occupying a prime position on the southern Bay of Majorca, holiday apartments in Palma de Majorca (also known simply as Palma) are a wonderful destination offering a fusion of historic charm and cosmopolitan energy around a picturesque harbour.

Things to See

While staying in holiday apartments in Palma de Majorca, your first stop should be Castle Bellver. This imposing fortress is built in Gothic style and dates back to the 14th century, offering today's visitors the best view of the city and sea. In the centre of town near many Palma de Majorca apartments is the equally impressive Palma Cathedral, which features an incredible collection of 87 stained glass windows. Built in the 900s, the Arab baths, Banys Arabs, are the oldest surviving monument from the city's Arab period. Though your holiday apartment in Palma de Majorca will have a modern bath, indulge in a traditional steam bath in this ancient structure.

Shopping

For fashionistas and shoppers, the streets of Av. de Antoni Maura and Av. de Juame III are lined with boutique stores and galleries. Here you'll find El Corte Ingles, the big Spanish department store chain, along with many other international stores and high-street shops. Think of all you can buy with all the money you've saved by booking a Palma de Majorca apartment.

Family Attractions

Holiday apartments in Palma de Majorca are also a perfect destination for family holidays. In addition to kid-friendly beaches, a short drive along the coast to Aqualand will provide a day of water-based fun and activities with various pools and slides. Children will also love Marineland, an aquatic zoo where you can see sharks, sea lions and dolphins in addition to many other fish, birds and reptiles.

Night Life

You won't want to spend every evening in your holiday apartment in Palma de Majorca. By night the city comes to life with visitors filling up the dance floors of famous clubs such as Tito's and Pacha. For a more local flavour and live music, pass by the Jazz Voyeur Club and L'Havanna. In July, the annual Festival Isladencanta brings a range of music and some of Europe's best DJs.

Food

Surrounded by the sea, there's plenty of treats to enjoy in Majorca. Be sure to try the local paella, a regional speciality. For the low down on the best eats in the city, be sure to browse through our Where to Dine in Palma de Majorca guide.


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