Holiday in Palma de Mallorca

Mallorca is the largest island in Spain. Housed in the Mediterranean as part of the Balearic Islands archipelago, it is known as one of the most beautiful islands among earth because of the surroundings. Contrary to what you may hear a pre-developed tourism on the island, Mallorca is one of the best natural destinations in the Mediterranean. Mallorca attracts many tourists because of the contrast. There are gentle and lonely bays for rich vacation in small towns on the northwest coast, but also modern architecture and a number of interesting things to visit, concerts and parties in the capital city and surrounding area.

There are many reasons why Palma de Mallorca has become one of the prime European holiday destinations, but for something is ranked above all others: its beautiful coastline. If you had chance to visit Palma de Mallorca, you will see and feel something that is not describes with words.

Palma de Mallorca is the largest city and port on the island of Mallorca. Also, it is the capital of the autonomous province of the Balearic Islands of Spain. The city covers an area of 208 km2 and half of the inhabitants of the island of Mallorca live actually in Palma de Mallorca. There you will certainly feel the Spanish rhythm and dynamic opportunity to enjoy the numerous shops of famous designers, restaurants and bars. You can visit the streets which guarding the heritage like churches, fountains, and gardens. The whole area of Palma de Mallorca is especially known for the long sandy beach, arranged promenade, numerous restaurants, bars and of course extensive nightlife.

Can Picafort Bay is particularly suitable for family holidays because there the sea is shallow and perfect for children. The majestic limestone cliffs are sunk in transparent sapphire and turquoise – colored waters of the Mediterranean along the western and northern coasts of the island. Vast expanses of almonds, olives and vineyards are luxuriously spread throughout Palma de Mallorca.

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