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24-Hour Guide: Palma de Mallorca
The best way to fall in love with a place is to explore it. Follow our 24-hour guide and discover our favorite places in Palma de Mallorca.
Can Bordoy Grand House & Garden
Wake up in your room at Can Bordoy, a 16th‑century mansion and one of the city’s hottest boutique hotels. It is a dream for design lovers, with its period features, personal antique collection and luxurious guest rooms.
Mistral Speciality Coffee
Palma de Mallorca has a lot of great cafes to have breakfast ‑ and we suggest heading to Palma's first coffee roaster, Mistral Coffee Roasters and enjoy the finest organic coffee from around the world.
Next, move on to something more cultural and head to the city’s large landmark Palma Cathedral. The Gothic church, also referred to as La Seu, was first built in the early 1200s and took more than 400 years to finish, and is today open to the public to visit.
For lunch, escape to the world of Fera Palma, where chef Simon Petutschnig's passion for Japanese flavours is expressed in every dish. In this gastronomic address, located at the exclusive Jaime Ill shopping mile, you will be able to enjoy a journey through the chef's culinary evolution, in which texture, flavour and ingredients are paramount.
Palma Old Town
Visit the Old Town in the afternoon and get lost wandering in its tiny streets. You'll find old mansions, charming cafes and restaurants, and small shops. You may walk for as little as 10 minutes to witness all kinds of architectural styles and gain a sense of Palma's history, which stretches back over 1,000 years.
Sant Francesc Hotel
It’s been a busy day and you may want to relax before going out for a big night out. Head to Hotel Sant Francesc’s rooftop water tank provides a 360‑degree view of Palma as you refresh and enjoy a Palma G&T by the pool.
DINS Santi Taura
Reservations for dinner should be made at DINS Santi Taura, which seduces locals and visitors with its unique gastronomic experience, based on traditional Majorcan cuisine made with locally sourced seasonal ingredients.
If you manage to stay awake a little bit longer, a pit stop should be at Bar Nicholas to taste a bit of Palma’s night life as well as some enticing cocktails, before returning to your hotel to hit the sheets.