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Explore Palma



One of the most popular Spanish regions to visit is definitely Palma. Due to its great and beautiful beaches, tourists from all over the word want to visit Palma. Palma is not only beaches and sun; this city offers many tourist attractions such as museums, parks, monuments, churches, cathedrals and castles. The main attraction is definitely The Cathedral of Palma, which is considered as one of the most important and largest gothic structure in the world.

Other important tourist attractions are the Royal Palace and the Castle of Bellver. No matter where you are, you will always find many monuments in Palma. Palma is also widely visited by nature lovers and eco-tourists will fall in love with this amazing tourist destination.

Besides its tourist attractions Palma has one of the most delicious cuisines in Spain, so one can find from the traditional Spanish tapas to dishes from the modern European cuisine. Palma also offers all the comforts of the modern cities such as five starts hotels, very luxurious restaurants, clubs and bars, these last located in one of the most important streets of Palma called "el Passeig des Born", where one can spend a good time.

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  AROUND PALMA DE MALLORCA
Erected in 1309, The Castle of Bellver is situated two kilometres away from Palma's city centre, on top of the wooded hill that dominates the bay.
see more: Palma de Mallorca
  L'ALMUDAINA AND SA LLOTJA
Opposite the west doorway of the cathedral is the Palacio de la Almudaina, which was once the residence of the Moorish viziers.
see more: l'Almudaina
  PALMA'S CATHEDRAL
Above the Old Harbor rises "La Catedral de Palma". The Gothic Cathedral (also called "La Seu") stands in the Old Town and rises above the harbour.
see more: Palma's cathedral
  THE REST OF THE CITY
These 10th century baths are all that remain of the Arab city of Medina Mayurqa. These Majorca baths remain the last testimony of 300 years of Moor presence on the island.
see more: Rest of the city




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