Holidays in
Palma Bay

Majorca's premier resort

Holidays to Palma Bay put some of Majorca’s best bits at your fingertips. For starters, this stretch of coast along the island’s south-west is peppered with beautiful beaches. It's home to a glittering harbourfront. And it’s overlooked by Palma city, Majorca’s cosmopolitan capital. There are numerous ways to explore the area. Stroll along the palm-lined waterfront to soak up views of the yachts and the never-ending body of water beyond. Hire a bike to speed along the cycle path to S’Arenal – around six miles away. Or explore the cobbled streets of Palma city on foot. The area is packed with places to eat, drink and sleep. The hotels range from bijou and budget friendly to colossal five-star retreats, and cutesy wine and tapas bars are only every footsteps away. This is also the place to explore some of the best architecture in Majorca, starting with the Gothic cathedral that dominates the skyline.

Your Palma Bay questions, answered

From the sandy beaches to the numerous waterparks in the area, there's lots on for little ones. Expect children’s menus in most restaurants, too.

Palma Bay lines up chilled-out wine bars, thumping superclubs and everything in between.

All sorts, including an incredible food market - Mercado Gastronómico San Juan.

Best things to do in Palma Bay

Shop until you drop

The city of Palma has lots of tree-lined avenues with high street names you’ll recognise, plus independent boutiques and art shops tucked away in the backstreets.

Tuck into tapas

Palma’s alleyways are stuffed with authentic tapas bars, where you can feast on the likes of gooey croquettes and spicy sausages, washed down with bubbly cava.

Relax on Playa de Palma

This six-kilometre sweep of sand has all the amenities you could wish for – glam bars, watersports shacks, and umbrellas and loungers.