Palma de Mallorca: The “casbah” between history and the shore

Palma de Mallorca: The “casbah” between history and the shore

Palma di Maiorca

The peaks and cliff-sculpted coastline of the Sierra de Montana are some of Palma de Mallorca’s many naturalistic beauties.

Trekkers flock to the island to wind down its formidable spires and bluff, to visit Cabrera and Sa Dragonera national parks, or to birdwatch among 400 plant species at S’Albufereta nature reserve. The stunning Parc Natural de Mondrago is a pool surrounded by mountains and Mallorca’s top snorkeling destination.

For vacationers arriving in Palma de Mallorca on a luxury charter, there is an abundance of mooring spots and dazzling beaches, such as the Caribbean-like 3 km strip of sand of Platja d’Es Trenc. To the far south of the island Formentor boasts dreamy emerald waters. Cala Petita is in a league of its own, with placing waters sheltered by bluffs that can be reached only by sailing and motorboat.

Mallorca boasts several historic sites. Your stay would be seriously missing if you skipped a visit to the Cathedral and Castillo de Bellver. To join the island’s vibrant nightlife head to the exclusive bars that line the promenades of Palma and Magaluf, or dance the night away at Tito’s, Pacha and BCM, Europe’s biggest club.

Let Mallorca’s unique charm surprise you! The island is the perfect destination of your holiday to the Balearics on a luxury charter.

 

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