The city is located in a concrete bay of hotels and clubs for more than 30 kilometres. Behind the walls is a beautiful old town: the Casco Antigo or old quarter of Palma with its charming little streets that will make you completely forget the nightclubs and trendy clubs that make the reputation of the city.
Mallorca is the most populated of the Balearic Islands and the second most populated in Spain after Tenerife. The abundant vegetation of this Spanish island and its green landscapes will remind you of Corsica.
Palma de Mallorca has the third largest airport in Spain. Palma de Mallorca's long-established international airport welcomed nearly 26 million passengers last year. Its proximity to the city centre, ten kilometres away, makes it attractive for passengers on scheduled and private flights.
Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) is perfectly equipped to handle all types of jets. Located 10 km from Palma, it is one of the busiest airports in Europe during the summer.
Palma De Mallorca