Discover Palma de Mallorca's Moorish past in the Old Town's Arab Baths and Bellver Castle on your city break. Go on a shopping city break in Palma seeking out designer fashion along Passeig des Born street, and take in the sea views from bars on Palma's Passeig Marítim promenade.
Take your pick of the bars along the narrow streets and bustling squares of Palma's Sa Llotja district on your Palma city break, the best place for tapas snacks. Dress up for a decadent evening of champagne and cocktails in Santa Catalina district on city breaks around Palma Bay. On Sundays, join Palma locals for long paella lunches on the Ciutat Jardí district's waterfront. Or head to the hillside village of Gènova for barbecued meat and fish.
Choose Palma's Old Town to be close to the main attractions and restaurants on your Palma city break. You'll find boutique hotels tucked down medieval streets and overlooking pretty plazas. For sea views and lively nightlife on your city break in Palma, book a hotel on the Passeig Marítim seafront promenade. Or go upmarket on your Palma city break and stay in the Portixol or Portals Nous districts.
Tick off Palma's attractions on your city break from the Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation's Catalan art collection to the five-towered Almudaina Palace, built by Moorish rulers just outside the Old Town's original city walls. Then walk along the Passeig Marítim seafront promenade, with views of the Gothic Cathedral and relax in the sun on the white-sand El Arenal beach in east Palma on your city break.