We are not going to lie: a day is very little time to discover the many charms of Palma. Whilst a day is more than enough time to fall in love with the place, you will find out whyit is still just not enough. The good thing about coming for a day is that you will want to come back. Here you have our suggestions for now. It might be intense, but there is no rush. Get the most out of Palma in a day.
If the trip lasts two days, then you can start calling it an ‘escape’. But be careful: this escape to Palma will have you hooked for life.Prepare your senses to combine culture and the Mediterranean sea, to lose yourself in one of Europe’s best historical quarters, to visit a cathedral unique to the world, to gaze at jaw-dropping window displays, and to indulge your palate with local flavours at any time of the day.
The longer you stay, the more Palma’s essence will enthral you. Three days is enough to lose yourself (and that is what it is all about) in Palma’s old town, taste its traditional dishes and products, go to Palma Beach, lose track of time in the cathedral and the Palace of La Almudaina, discover Joan Miró’s workshops, eat out in and experience the atmosphere in the Santa Catalina district and do many more amazing things. You will see how to spend three unforgettable days.