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Palma City is the perfect sun-drenched destination for anyone hungry for Blue Flag beaches and spectacular scenery, culture and a party atmosphere, as well as quality restaurants, stunning architecture and a great range of shopping opportunities.
While many visitors find endless pleasure in the clean sand and glittering ocean, this resort has a great deal more to offer. Tourists flock to the area for its delightful cuisine, the venues of which overflow with caught-that-day seafood, traditional Spanish rice and meat dishes, plus restaurants specialising in mouth-watering international cuisines.
As the capital of Majorca, Palma City is both a cultural and an architectural hub. The resort boasts enough museums and art galleries to enthral lovers of history and art, and beautiful structures such as the cathedral and the 11th Century Arab Baths to please fans of stunning architecture.
Palma City also offers visitors the chance to visit some of the many attractions and locations that lie close to its outskirts. There are great pleasures to be found in day trips to the Mondrago National Park, to Marineland in Portal Nous and the sensational sights of the town of Soller, with its soaring mountain backdrop set in a lush valley of orange groves.
The long promenade is perfect for wheelchair users to enjoy the views, and while there may be some steps in the area surrounding the cathedral, most of the streets are pleasingly flat.