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Appearing magically from the honey coloured pebbles from the serene water of Balma de Palma, this city is known to be the capital and one of the largest cities in the autonomous commune of the Balearic Island in Spain. Palma De Mallorca squats on the southern coast of Mallorca on the Bay of Palma. Dating back to the 13th century, this city was founded to be a Roman standing proudly upon the remains of Talaiotic settlements. The city bears a rich history and went through a lot of hooliganism during The fall of Western Roman Empire.
A lavishly shredded crown of historical sites, Palma is also seen to be a home to an array of galleries, architecture so fine that it can be found nowhere else and numerous cafes lines across the narrow street. From the beautiful ruins of the gothic Cathedral to the baroque churches, this city is bound to draw your breath away with its awe-inspiring beauty and vibrant boho neighbourhood. The city simply has so much to offer that it will surprise you with one underrated yet breathtaking place everyday even after you have explored it at its best.
Best Time To Visit The City
Palma de Mallorca offers a good atmosphere throughout the year which is why it attracts tourists all round the world throughout the year. The best time to visit the city is from the months of April to June where the temperature is suitable and tepid (30 degree Celsius). However, one must be prepared to face the rush as most of the crowd visits the city during the peak time therefore the hotels rates are high and the streets are busy. September to November will also assure a reminiscing trip to its visitors. If you are looking to backpack and travel at a cost effective price, you can visit during the off season when the hotels are empty and are easily available at a cheap price.
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The Cultured Capital City of Palma de Mallorca
This monumental surprise dates back to the 13th century and is known to be a perfect blend of nature and beauty. This awe-inspiring Gothic facade displays the sculptural embellishments by Guillermo Sagrera. Lined by a serene waterfront stands a tall building decorated with glass panels and an architecture so pure that it is still reckoned to be one of the most prestigious places not only in Mallorca but in Entire Spain.
Alcudia's Old Town
Wrapped by the lush greenery of pine forests, this small yet beautiful town is situated in Mallorca. If you want to travel back in time to witness the unparalleled beauty of the thick medieval walls and baroque architecture blended charmingly with delicious cuisine and traditional festivals, Alcúdia is the right place for you.
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With slightly colder than the usual crystalline water, rare pebbles that lingers over the sandy coastline of the numerous beaches of this dreamy island, the visitors can go haha over the beaches and flaunt their summer body in the best way possible. The Playa de Palma beach, also known as El Arenal is one of the most visited beaches in Mallorca.
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Dating back to the 14th century BC, this circular shaped castle was designed by Pere Salva and is regarded as one of the best places to visit in the city. The castle is wrapped amidst the dense pine forest and offers a stunning view of the Palma Bay that the castle overlooks. History lovers can quench their knowledge thirst by learning about the rich history of the place.
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Calling out all the adventure lovers to witness something mind blowing. This aquarium is home to innumerable rare marine animals of various species. The visitors can enjoy watching the animals in peace without any external distractions. Make sure to book a ride with Rydeu to reach the aquarium without the hassle of travelling amidst the crowd.
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On the eastern coast of Mallorca, this small town sits peacefully and warmly welcomes the visitors throughout the year. Porto Cristo is situated at a distance of 13 km from Palma de Mallorca, from a vibrant nightlife to a serene beach with rare pebbles, this small town will offer everything that it has to its visitors.
A city which derived its name from a rock is bound to surprise its visitors with thrilling adventures and unparalleled beauty that it boasts. Petra is the birthplace of the renowned catholic saint Juníper Serra, if you want to travel back in time and witness the ancient beauty with lush green forests and laid back winery make sure to take a day trip to Petra.
Known for its Gothic ruins, Felanitx is an alluring city situated at a distance of 48 km from the capital of Palma de Mallorca. This rural town has the capacity to indulge you in it’s laid back activities and the rustic beauty that this city is famous for, make sure to book a ride to this city while visiting Mallorca.
Lined by the traces of Roman ruins, Artà is a rural town squatting on the north eastern part of Mallorca. Wrapped with picturesque mountain views, tucked amidst a serene valley with peaceful water sound when it hits the rock sums up the beauty of this alluring place. Adventure lovers can get lost in the beauty of Artà as it has got a lot of treks and thrilling activities packed for you.
Tucked magically on the island of Majorca, Peguera is a town known for its sandy beaches and tranquil atmosphere that it offers. The town is lined by numerous hotels and lush green pine trees and will surely give you a trip worth remembering throughout your lifetime. Book a ride with Rydeu for a hassle-free trip from Mallorca.
Painted in a picturesque surrounding and displaying a lively nightlife to its visitors, Pollenca is situated at a distance of 25 km away from Mallorca. This small town is situated on the island of Majorca and is considered to be an absolute bliss for all the shopaholics out there.
Santa Ponsa is a coastal town tucked in the western part of the Majorca island. The town offers some of the most prominent bars and lively clubs that one can ever find in Spain. If you are a party person and looking to enjoy the nightlife, make sure to visit Santa Ponsa to witness the most vibrant nightlife ever.
Squatting on the province of Pontevedra, Vigo is seen to host numerous high end industries of Spain which is responsible for the economy of the country. Known to be one of the biggest fishing ports in the entire world, this lively town warmly welcomes the tourists with its heart. Painted with the lush mountain landscape all around, the city is considered to be a paradise for seafood lover’s due to the fishing port.
If you are visiting Mallorca but missing out on Alicante, you better have a good reason for it. This alluring city is home to many luxurious resorts that hosts innumerable tourists every year. Sailing, sunbathing and swimming are some of the most common things that the visitors look for. If you have a fine taste in wine and possess love for alcohol, well, be ready for a big surprise that the city is going to welcome you with.