Palma de Mallorca


Palma de Mallorca offers an immense array of options for sightseeing. If you visit the capital of Mallorca, you will have plenty of activities to choose from:

CULTURE: You can visit a variety of monuments such as the Catedral de Palma, Bellver Castle or the Palacio de l’ Almudaina (Palace of l'Alumdaina), you can also take a walk through the beautiful streets of the historical center, such as the Plaza de Cort, the Paseo del Borne or the Paseo de las Ramblas.

CUISINE: The culinary culture of Mallorca is very diverse. Before leaving the island, sampling its traditional dishes, such as the "frito mallorquín" (Mallorca fry-up), sirloin steak with cabbage, almond sponge cake with ice cream, or the Mallorcan "ensaimada" sweet bun, is a must.

SHOPPING: Palma has become a hotspot for shopping. Centered around the historic center, its avenues and pedestrian walkways (Oms, Via Sindicat, Sant Miquel, Jaime III) offer a wide range of shopping options, from traditional local products to a wide variety of outlet products and high level brands.

WATER SPORTS AND GOLF: The climate of the island allows for sports lovers to practice their favorite sports nearly 365 days a year. Sports such as golf and cycling are booming on the island, as well as nautical competitions, as shown by the numerous sailing regattas of well-deserved international prestige that are held in our waters.

Distances from the Hotel Abelux:

Plaza de Toros: 850m

Plaza de España: 900m

Palma Arena: 1,2Km

Plaza Mayor: 1,3Km

Catedral de Palma: 2Km

Son Hugo Municipal Pool: 2,3Km

Paseo Marítimo: 2,4Km

Son Espases University Hospital: 3,4Km

Castillo de Bellver: 4,1Km

Príncipes de España athletic complex: 5,1Km

University of the Balearic Islands: 6,4Km