. From Soller there is the famous tram to. The facilities are oriented towards business travelers and include Internet access and a fax service for guests. Coastal Living Mallorca tops Europe's summer holiday charts for many reasons, but one ranks above all others: the island's stunning coast. For the energetic passenger it is possible to walk 6 kilometers from the cruise terminal to the old city of Palma along the curving sea front, where you will pass the yacht moorings in the inner bay with the commercial moorings beyond. Sóller is a beautiful small-town getaway, and the slow train journey through the citrus groves has magnificent views of the western mountains.
The museum, located in the chapter room and vestry, has exhibits of religious paintings and silverware. It is open when there are no events taking place. Can Pere Antoni has a restaurant available as well. Inventive, delicious cocktails and drinks in a 1920s Prohibition setting bar, in charming Palma old town. Currency: The euro Communication: An Internet cafe is located in Porto Pi center.
The journey takes about 15 minutes and costs 4 euros one way. This is the place where those in the know in Palma go for a good drink. Timetables and fares are available from the City Council. You will get a chance to peek in at a number of private courtyards. Clubs stay going until about 6. Getting a job, even temporary ones, for non-Spanish speakers is hard to find in a Spanish speaking environment most Spanish do not speak English.
A richly studded diadem of historical sites, Palma also shelters a seemingly endless array of galleries, restaurants, craft studios and bars — it's without doubt Mallorca's greatest treasure. Castell de Bellver is open for visitors daily all year long. Very good organised and professional. May - June, Sept - Oct and 10. In an effort to reduce drunk driving and get less people driving on the weekends, Palma offers a ´bus de nit´ bus service.
For those of us less energetic mortals a local taxi will transport you to the Cathedral, a good place to start and finish your tour. Palma de Mallorca, a major port city on the island of Mallorca and the capital of Spain's Balearic Islands, has a delightful cross of influences, reflecting its checkered past of African and European control. Ignore the killjoys who tell you it's a rip-off: true, the bar only serves drinks no food , frowns even on using the Cappuccino machine, and pushes an expensive cocktail menu on you as soon as you walk through the daunting entrance door. Bus 1 takes you direct to and from the airport. Dining is an exciting adventure at Es Príncep: award-winning chef Andreu Genestra has translated his passion for local Mallorcan cooking into dishes that showcase both his knack for tradition and his innovative spirit. It is a great place to people-watch, even if you cannot stay up until the sun rises on the island.
Any excess cash, cards, passports, and valuable documents are best left in the hotel or wherever visitor is staying to stay safe. This Internet cafe has 34 computers available using a broadband connection. Open in winter, English owned and cheap, conveniently placed near the cathedral and with numerous really cheap tapas bars around. April to May , 6. Palma is a city of modern, hotel chains, and flashy shops, yet, is dated and still retains much of the old architecture, with the Old Town having narrow streets, and showing the restored cathedral standing proud in the center of town. The Port of Alcudia is situated in the north of the island of Majorca, in a lovely bay.
In the early middle ages it was conquered by Arabs, who named it Madina Mayurqa. On weekends it closes at 2. It is described as an ideal family hotel with plenty of entertainment and a good distance from local restaurants and activities. Some shops and restaurants, particularly those catering for tourists and visitors, remain open all day, but the majority observe a traditional siesta between 2 p. They can even steal loose change from your back-pocket! Emergency number: Dial 112 free of charge valid throughout Spain.
A cycle path is available, that stretches the entire length of the Bay. Beyond the built-up resorts, coves braid the island like a string of beads — each one a reminder of why the island's beaches have never lost their appeal. The Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palm In the early 20th century, this Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral underwent some changes at the hands of the architect Antoni Gaudí. The buses are double-decker and the top floor is open air. This means that prior to travelling to the airport for their flight, they can enjoy the city of Palma unburdened by suitcases and already in possession of their boarding passes. You can even have a pitstop at the beach.
The beach is surrounded by high hotels and tends to be crowded during the months of July and August. Remember Palma de Mallorca as well as the other Balearic islands is full of club drugs. Quality fresh ingredients, generous portions, each pizza hand tossed to order no molds or frozen dough and all at a great price. Palma's winding streets make way to grand churches, yacht harbors, beaches, fountains and old castles. Ecstasy, cocaine, marijuana and more can be found especially in the club scene. One of the most dramatic additions was the enormous illuminated canopy that hangs over the altar; although attributed to Gaudí, the work was completed by one of his pupils.
On the coast, bistros keep flavours clean, bright and simple, serving the catch of the day with big sea views. Cap de Formentor - a peninsula located on the most northern point of Majorca offers dramatic scenery and sandy beaches. You can get there with from Palma de Mallorca-Plz Espana. Mallorcan pearls have been prized by the rich and powerful for centuries, and many shops sell these valuable items. Open from early May to early October each year, its opening hours are 10.