Palma de Mallorca is a major holiday destination that has a rich cultural heritage inherited from the communities of Romans, Moors and Catholics. From its massive cathedral to its soft sand beaches to its delicious food specialities, there’s no wonder why Palma is so popular today.Palma’s Old Town is a very pleasant and compact area to stroll around. It hosts a lively scene of quaint cafés and restaurants, as well as art galleries and boutiques.Locally called La Seu, the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma sits in the south of the Old Town, a stroll away from the port. It’s built in golden sandstone and is designed in a stunning Catalan Gothic style with a Northern European twist. Santa Catalina neighbourhood is located just west of the Old Town from which it’s separated by the Parc de la Feixina. This area hosts a lively nightlife scene. Passeig del Born is the main commercial street in Palma. It’s lined with shops and boutiques including a non-exhaustive list of international brands such as H&M, Zara, and MaxMara. The capital – and only – city of the Balearic Islands, Palma is settled in a large bay on the southwest coast of Mallorca, the largest island of the group. Featuring agreeable temperatures from April to October, it offers a close hideaway from Europe.
This quaint seaside town is both alluring and traditional in the best way. The small cobblestone streets are full of delicious tapas restaurants, cozy pubs, and plenty of places to pick up Spanish memorabilia to bring home. We loved the welcoming ambiance at each venue, live music heard throughout the streets, and the vibrant Mercat de L'Olivar food market. The Catedral-Basilica de Santa Maria de Mallorca is perfect for a sunny day of sightseeing and there is even an on site playground to please your children. Palma de Mallorca is an ideal walking town where you'll discover beautiful architecture and irresistible Spanish charm throughout every street. Make sure to have plenty of shellfish, delicious ham and local wines and olive oils for a true treat. A great city for couples or families looking to experience a relaxed side of Spanish culture.
義大利老城帕爾馬，從米蘭坐火車或者自駕車過去都是1小時多一點，很近。在帕爾馬城中心有很多古老的教堂建築，其中Chiesa di San Giovanni Evangelista聖若望堂就在帕爾馬主教堂對面，同樣是中世紀保留下來的教堂。
Port de Pollenca波連薩港不大的海灣裡，一艘又一艘遊艇整齊的停靠著，隨著海浪左右搖晃著。走在海邊鬆軟的沙灘上，聽著嘩啦嘩啦的海浪聲，安詳寧靜是此時給我最真實的感受。
而其中最為經典也最為簡單的徒步線路，則是從Deià小鎮經過Faro Capgros燈塔，最後到達Port de Sóller索列爾港灣，全長一共12公里，google map上顯示用時3小時。