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Holidays To Palma Majorca

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Surrounded by the gorgeous Mediterranean Sea and bursting with colourful scenery Southern Majorca’s stylish holiday resort city promises an unforgettable experience! All-inclusive holiday packages to Palma de Majorca from Travel Center are ideal for enjoying an exceptional holiday here. Island city Palma de Majorca established in 120BC is a wealth of Roman-Arabic artefacts. Explore the Gorgeous Gothic Cathedral perched beside the sea and visit the Arab quarter home to palaces, museums and narrow streets that open out to beautiful courtyards. Browse amazing little shops and explore the 19th century promenades of La-Rambla and Passeig-des-Born. Fall in love with the tree-lined marina boasting fabulous beaches and hip beach-clubs. Indulge in water-sports, bask under sunny skies and laze the day away. Culture buffs will love exploring La-lonja region home to stylish galleries and boutiques while Parc-de-la-Mer hosts concerts, colourful fiestas and open-air cinemas. Jazz clubs, ritzy restaurants and artsy cafes of Santa- Catalina promises endless fun for party animals while trendy designer shops are awaiting all shopaholics. The popular Museum of Contemporary Art located in an old fortress is not to be missed while the Festivalsof Palma de Majorca’s are colourful affairs boasting fire-works, bonfires, dancing and revelry for all. All-inclusive holiday packages to Palma de Majorca include cheap flights, budget accommodation and flexible booking options. Get planning today!


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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Ryanair, Jet2, EasyJet, Monarch



Best Time to Travel

March to May , September to October

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Palma Cathedral

This major architectural landmark of the city was designed by Antoni Gaudi and Miquel Barcelo. It’s size, beauty and stunning interior features make it unlike any other cathedral in the world. The cathedral is built mainly according to the Gothic style and occupies a site that was once the central mosque of Medina Mayurka. It was severely damaged in 1851 by an earthquake after which a Neo-Gothic flavor was added to the original Gothic design. Mass still takes place here even though the time may vary.

Saint Nicolau Church

This 14th century church is full of history. Its one nave building was built according to the Baroque style of architecture. The artworks in the church include a painting of the patron saint Nicholas and a painting of a holy hermit. The church is surrounded by shops that sell jams, meats, chocolates, cakes, cheeses and other local produce.

Saint Eulalia Church

This church is an important site as it marks the transition from Moorish to Christian rule and is also the oldest church here. The entrance is guarded by a white façade and gargoyles. The church dates back to the 13th century and it was one of the first buildings to be built after the Moors lost control over the Balearic Islands. The architecture here is a mix of Gothic and neo-Gothic.

Halle Palma

This building was used in the Middle Ages for performing commercial transactions and was built between the years 1426 and 1447 by Guillem Sagrera and is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. The building was used as a silk exchange point, fishing market and livestock market. It was also once the headquarters of the College of Merchants.

Fundacio La Caixa

The Fundacio La Caixa is used today for cultural and art events but was once where the former Gran Hotel used to be. It was turned into a modernist building in 1993. The building was designed by Luis Domene Muntaner between the years of 1901 and 1903. It has 5 intricately decorated floors and includes a sculpture that is a combination of a human, animal and vegetable.

Arab Baths

These Arab Baths aare one of the few monuments remaining here that have been preserved without renovation. It was constructed in the 10th century and has a dome with small windows that allow light in. The dome is supported on 8 columns that form horseshoe arches. The baths can be viewed right through the week Monday through Sunday.

Pueblo Espanol

Designed to look like a small village, this architectural museum contains parts of major Spanish architecture works. There are also artisans shops, bars and restaurants that operate inside the museum. It was built between 1965 and 1967 by Fernando Chueca Goitia. A visit to this museum will make you feel like you have travelled all across Spain.

Placa Del Mercat

This market square has been in existence since the 12th century. It officially began being used as a market in 1302 until the year 1613 as trade was hindered by the streambed that occupied the space. The center of the square includes a sculpture that is dedicated to Antoni Maura (1853 – 1925) the President of the Council of Ministers of Spain.

Palma Bullring

This fairly impressive structure is located on the Avenue De Gaspar Bennazar and hosts bullfighting events that Spain is famed for. The arena is opened for tours when there are no events taking place. The architecture of this have been loosely modeled according to the colosseum in Rome. After spending 18 months building this structure the very first bullfight here took place on July 1, 1929.

Palma Aqualand

Aqualand is a waterpark that has something for everyone. It has a mixture of water slides of all shapes and sizes, rides that will give you a sure adrenaline rush and a child friendly water playground. The rides here include King Cobra, Tornado, Kamikaze, The Devil’s Tail, Chidren’s Paradise, Dragoland, Surf Beach and Grand Canyon.