Destination PalmaDestination Palma

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Palma de Mallorca

Behind the fishing nets lying on the quayside to dry in the sun, is the stock exchange building La Lonja, dating from 1388. In the Middle Ages, the Mediterranean's largest trading centre was where we now drink coffee. The Romans already gave the city a name in 123 AD and called it Palmeria. The Moorish name for Palma - Medina Mayurka - became the name for the entire island.

Casco Antiguo - the old inner city

The spirit of past centuries still lives in the old inner city. You can view fine palaces here and visit designer hotels and bars.
Address: Area around Plaza de la Lonja

La Seu - the Cathedral

Visit the Cathedral of La Seu, dating from 1231 with its fantastic Gaudí canopy - the only cathedral aligned to Mecca. King Jaume I used one of the minarets of the old Moorish mosque as a bell tower during its construction.
Address: Next to Almudaina Palace

Monastery at Valldemossa

From Valldemossa you have a tremendous view. It is the place where in 1838 the first two famous tourists, Frederik Chopin and his wife George Sand, lived.

Soller

For centuries on end, the inhabitants of Soller lived hidden in a valley behind a massive mountain. It was so difficult to climb this mountain chain that people preferred to go to Palma by boat. A tunnel was dug through the mountain in 1911. Soller's inhabitants at last had contact with their own island.

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