If you need proof that there's more to Mallorca than sun, sea and sand, then Palma is it.
Home to world-class art galleries and exquisite cuisine, the capital is a destination in its own right. Of course, Palma is also the entry point for the rest of Mallorca, so if sun, sea and sand tick your boxes then you're in the right place.
Palma is home to Mallorca’s most dynamic nightlife. Whether you fancy a relaxed glass of wine on a terrace or want to dance until the early hours, there’s a neighbourhood for you.
The Old Town
Palma’s Old Town is home to countless cafés and bars where locals and visitors linger on outdoor terraces well into the evening hours. If you’re looking for something a little more lavish, the luxury hotels in Old Town are home to ritzy cocktail bars and upscale rooftop bars. If it’s live music you’re after, many little jazz clubs and piano bars are tucked away on side streets.
The trendiest neighbourhood in Palma, Santa Catalina is where locals in the know head for dinner and late-night drinks. The area is always buzzing, with the many bars lining Carrer de Sant Magí overflowing onto the pavements.
The Paseo Marítimo, the long stretch of land along the waterfront, could give neighbouring Ibiza a run for its ‘party island’ title. In the summer, revellers dressed to the nines flock to the waterfront to hit the oversized nightclubs and late-night bars and dance until the sun comes up.