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Mallorca City Info
Population : 676.259
Palma's Son Sant Joan airport is eight kilometres from the capital. Direct and connecting flights, scheduled and charter, link Palma with all main European destinations.
Moving around – Transportation
Renting a car is essential on the Island of Mallorca. Having a car to see and tour the Island and find beautiful beaches and breathtaking veiwpoints.
What to Visit (do no miss!)
Palma is becoming an absolute favourite destination among the cities of the Mediterranean sea.
Palma : The old quarter is a vibrant, bustling place with narrow streets, tree lined lanes, and a wealth of designer shops. This atmosphere is best experienced at a walking pace, but be warned, in the peak season you will be hard pressed to find a quiet corner, away from the constant flow of tourists and souvenir shops.
Bellver Castle : Bellver castle is situated west of Palma's city centre and it was built in 1229 by King Jaume and designed as a royal residence.
Puerto D'Alcúdia (Alcúdia Port) : This port is highly popular with tourists due to its 10km long golden sandy beach, and variety of relaxing restaurants, cafés and bars. The port is located 2km south of Alcúdia.
Coves De Campanet : The Coves de Campanet may be the smallest to be found on Mallorca but they are quite possibly the most spectacular, with a number of different formations, varying in size and colour. The caves can be found 40km Northeast of Palma de Mallorca, and only 3km north of the town of Camponet, located close to Inca.
Pollença : This is a quiet town full of character, providing a wealth of culture. It is the site of an annual classical music festival, which takes place throughout the summer, attracting international talent of a high quality.
Port De Pollença : The Port Pollença is located 8km from the town of Pollença; it was a fishing village but has now grown into a town dedicated to tourism.
Inca : Inca is Mallorca's 3rd largest town and it's, most industrial. It is best known for it's thriving leather factories and retail outlets, which offer tourists a chance to find a bargain.
If it's nightlife you're after, you've come to the right place.