Palma is much more than a tourist capital. The main city in Majorca offers a beautiful combination of environment, architecture, services, as well as peace of mind and internal beauty. It offers a rich cultural, gastronomic, sport, and leisure offering which makes it particularly appealing as a destination for breaks and to have many experiences at any time of the year.
Palma has become a modern, cosmopolitan city which offers many options and warmly receives its visitors all the year round. Any stay in the city should include a visit of the main buildings that constitute its historic and artistic heritage. Historic Palma is the home of patios, excellent religious architecture, representative buildings, museums, and art galleries.
This artistic and cultural content deserves being well-known, and will surprise all those who have traditionally thought of Palma de Mallorca as another beach tourism destination.
Palma has a privileged climate due to its location, with an average annual temperature of 18º C. Thanks to its excellent connections by air and sea, it is a nearby destination, two hours away from the main European capitals on average. It also provides a top-level hotel offering in the city centre. All these factors position Palma as an excellent option for city travel throughout the year.
The size of the island (a total of 3,600 km2, with radial distances under 100 km) make it possible to combine urban life in Palma with any kind of activity in the sea, countryside, or the mountains, which are always nearby. In this way, during your stay you can plan from the city visits to the Tramuntana mountain range (which offers many trekking and nature trails), the North side of the islands, with its beautiful beaches and landscapes, the coves and natural wonders of the East side of the island, the long sandy beaches on the South, and the rural, gastronomic world of inner Majorca. Your choice!
For years now, Majorcan private business has supported business tourism. The city’s hotels and many other accommodation options also contribute to turn Palma into a perfect city to hold conferences and events. To this will be added in 2017 the new Palacio de Congresos by architect Francisco Mangado, in a fantastic location: on the Palma seafront, by the sea, only ten minutes from the airport, on the road from the airport to Palma.
|Total Number of Hotels:||137|
|Total Number of Rooms:||N/D|
|Total Number of Beds:||32767|
|Largest Meeting Room Capacity (theater):||800|
|Largest Meeting Room Capacity (cocktail):||400|
Capacity of the largest meeting room