Hotels in Palma
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Surrounded by picturesque countryside with must-sees sights and beautiful beaches within easy reach, Palma is a destination with lots to offer. If you’re looking to unwind you can escape to one of the beaches, just a short trip from the historic city centre. Or in the city itself, book into a spa for an afternoon of pampering. There are lots of lovely avenues where you can sip a drink and watch the world go by, and this historic city exudes a romantic, laidback atmosphere wherever you choose to go. If you’d like to escape the city for a while, head into the hills on one of the many hiking trails that interlace the landscape and coastline. From here you can experience a quieter side of Palma, and the coastal pathways particularly can present some perfect photo opportunities.
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When to go to Palma?
Palma is lovely and warm for most of the year, so there’s no bad time to visit. The peak months for tourists are July and August, so for a lively trip book around then. Temperatures will also be at their highest during this period. If you’d prefer cooler days and quieter crowds, head across in the spring and the autumn and you’ll get to experience a more laidback Palma.
Where to stay in Palma?
To see Palma’s main attractions, choose a hotel in Palma Old Town. Here you can visit the 14th-century sandstone La Seu Cathedral, the Royal Palace of La Almudaina and Es Baluard Museum of Modern Art – where you can see work by Picasso, Miró and Magritte.Hotels in La Lonja are perfect for couples, as they can experience all Palma has on offer from this central base. A former maritime trade exchange, it’s a traditional area during the day, and lights up with bars and restaurants after dusk. Choose cocktails and local cuisine on Apuntadores, or jazz bars and dive clubs till the early hours.The food markets of Palma are a well-known attraction. Hotels in Santa Catalina mean you’ll be near the historical market Mercat de Santa Catalina, where chefs from local restaurants congregate each day to buy fresh ingredients for their dishes.To be near Palma’s beloved beaches and calm seas, choose from hotels in <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-2521-1-0/hotels-in-playa-de-palma' title='Playa de Palma' target='_blank'>Playa de Palma</a>. Watersports fans can windsurf, kite surf and dive off the coast, while there are plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants for anyone who is simply looking to relax on the sand.Families on a sunny holiday with children can find hotels in Palma that work as a base for all kinds of activities. <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/attractions/majorca/palma-aquarium' title='Palma Aquarium' target='_blank'>Palma Aquarium</a> has more than 8,000 different specimens to discover, as well as a tropical jungle on the roof. About 20 minutes by car will take you to Marineland Majorca, where dolphins are the stars of the show.
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