Palma de Mallorca, Spain

The largest island off the coast of Spain, Mallorca has been inhabited for thousands of years. Palma is its capital, and in recent times it’s become a tourist-friendly destination that’s also favored by Spanish royalty. Everyone can enjoy its natural wonders, like golden-sand beaches, tall pine groves and towering cliffs… not to mention grand churches, top-notch art museums, and lively plazas. The landscape is as varied as the northern mountains and the southern flatlands, with their almond and olive groves. Must-sees on this island fit for royalty include city views from the Castell Belver, and the Cathedral of Santa Maria’s reflection from the lake at Parc de la Mar.

  • Watch the world flow by, from Parc de la Mar.
  • Be awed by the immense façade — not to mention the interior — of La Seu cathedral.
  • Taste some of the finest wines in the Island at Santa Catarina Winery.

* Taxes, fees, and port expenses additional.


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