Don't miss this island! Even with an amazing itinerary, it was a highlight! Take the city center bus at the end of the pier. For 15 euro they will drop you off in front of the Cathedral,you can walk blocks to the Arab baths and enter for only 2.50 euro and walk the neighborhoods for amazing tapas and quaint shopping! The roads are very clearly marked. There is an old church Near the baths, Santa Eulalia in which you can climb their very old bell tower and look out at the entire city and Spanish roof tops. Them you enter the basilica. just gorgeous! My husband and boys loved the climb and view. It felt like a hidden gem and I highly recommend it!!!
LOVED Mallorca!! Walked right off the boat and rented e-bikes. Rode all over the city. There is a fabulous bike and walking path around the whole shore line with amazing views and cafes etc. throughout your ride. There are castles and cathedrals and lots to see. It was our favourite port!! Great way to end a busy week!
Visited: Jul 08, 2018
Shopping and open top hop on - hop off bus tour with 18 stops.
Visited: Mar 28, 2018
Really surprised by how beautiful Palma was. Lovely place, so much to do and see. Also really easy to get around so you don't need to do an excursion.
Visited: Jul 08, 2017
One trip highlight....We rented e-bikes at the port entry (little kiosk with normal bikes on the left and ebikes on the right....they weren't advertised as ebikes) and cycled an unbelievably easy 35km along the fantastic cycle path the shoreline pay many little beaches and refreshment stop offs.
The ship docks here on a Saturday. Arrange for the shuttle bus and take advantage of the craft market near the drop off point. You'll get unusual and more useful and memorable souvenirs there. After that grab some tapas along the main roads and wander the alleys to find your own memories.
Visited: May 14, 2017
I love to go to the beach on vacation and this was really the only port that had a nice beach (Playa Major or something like that) that was a cheap taxi ride away from the port. It was a beautiful, sunny day and a perfect way to spend our last day just lolling on the free public beach with free citywide Wifi!
Visited: May 27, 2018
Visited Palma Cathedral and walked through the city. A lot of small shops and places to see in Palma de Mallorca.
Visited: Jun 03, 2018
We took a trip on the beautiful old train from Palma up to Soller. It was so incredible and beautiful countryside. Soller is also a pretty town with shopping and sites.