The capital city of Mallorca sits in a beautiful bay in the south west of the island and the so-called "pearl of the Mediterranean" is today more beautiful than ever, the Mediterranean flair which attracts millions of visitors each year can be felt in every corner. In 2015, "The Sunday Times" named it the world’s best place to live. As well as hosting Mallorca’s airport, Palma is worth a visit for its large range of art galleries and museums, including Es Baluard, Kristian Krekovic and Ferrán Cano.
Major attractions in Palma de Mallorca include La Seu – the local name for Palma Cathedral – and the 14th century hilltop Bellver Castle. One of Palma’s most import museums, Es Baluard Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art offers a permanent collection comprised of paint work, sculptures, ceramics and drawings from names such as Cézanne, Gauguin, Picasso, Miró, Magritte or Giacometti.
Most cultural attractions cost only a few Euros to visit, whilst the Military Museum is free. As the sun goes down, head to La Llonja for a range of eateries including local dishes and international food.
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panoramic view over the city from Auditorium Palma de Mallorca