Palma de Mallorca
A FEW SITES YOU CAN'T MISS
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