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Overview

Undergoing a serious face-lift in the early noughties, Palma is a chic and cosmopolitan city, perfect for people-watching. Mercat de S'Olivar is one of Spain's premier markets and commercial hubs, with food, clothing and souvenir vendors all jostling for space. Grab a glass of albariño and take in the sights, or skip the hubbub entirely, opting to explore the gothic grandeur of Catedralde Mallorca, the Arab baths or Sa Llotja, home to winding streets full of delicious restaurants.

As the capital of the Balearic Islands, Palma is a major Spanish city as well as a base for popular holiday hotspots such as Palma Nova and Magaluf.  Although its nightlife is indeed up there with the best in the world, it's a great holiday destination for families too - tree-lined avenues, boutique hotels and wonderful hospitality make for a fun and friendly setting in which to relax.

If dancing is your preferred activity, Palma is sure to indulge even the most obscure of musical passions. Attracting some of the world's finest DJ's, throw some shapes in the Mallorca branch of famous nightclub Pacha, or come in the summer to catch all the acts taking part in the Mallorca Rocks festival. With plenty of entertainment for young couples and families alike, Palma could well be your next holiday destination.

The Port of Palma de Mallorca is a major cruise cruise ship station if you're looking to take to the Mediterranean shores. 

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