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Why go to Palma

With mornings spent gazing up at Gothic architecture, afternoons perusing museums stuffed with Picassos, evening strolls on leafy cafe-lined boulevards and late nights in lively tapas bars, holidays in Palma mix the vibrancy of a city with the go-slow vibe of a seaside town.

Enjoy history, beaches and fine dining

Despite the Majorcan capital’s small footprint, it manages to pack in a surprising amount of architecture from throughout the centuries, making holidays to Palma a history lesson come to life. The city also boasts high-calibre galleries and museums to rival destinations twice its size.

Outdoorsy types, meanwhile, will love the glorious beaches and mountains to be found on the outskirts of the city. Foodies too will love visiting Palma’s mix of high-end restaurants, casual tapas bars and superb food markets.

Get lost in the city’s labyrinth of old town alleyways, explore the landmark La Seu cathedral and make like the locals with long, sociable lunches of rustic, country-style cooking.

Have the perfect weekend break

Considering it’s a capital city, weekend breaks in Palma can be surprisingly cheap. Short breaks give you the freedom to cherry-pick your flights based on the best prices and Palma’s plethora of tapas bars offering inexpensive plates let you road test some of the best local eats without breaking the bank.

The city’s size also means cheap weekend breaks in Palma offer ample time to explore all of its best bits, without having to splash out on a week’s accommodation.

Bag a budget deal

For really cheap holidays to Palma, consider travelling outside of the high season. Mild weather and lower-priced flights make autumn an ideal time to bag a bargain.

Short breaks can also be even better value if you plump for an all-inclusive Palma holiday. You can tick off your room, meals and flights in one swoop when you go all-inclusive in Palma, leaving the rest of your cash free for hitting the shops on its delightful boulevards.

Travel Information

Language

Spanish

Currency

Euro (€)

Average flight time(from London)

2.5 hrs

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