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Palma Villas

The city of Palma is not only the largest settlement in Mallorca but also the capital of the Balearic Islands. Often referred to as the ‘pearl of the Mediterranean’, it’s a lively city with plenty to offer visitors, from historic attractions to well-renowned nightlife and incredible architecture. Villas to rent in Palma range from compact and romantic to sprawling and luxurious, and we have plenty of options to choose from.

Our Villas In Palma

Staying in Palma puts you right at the heart of the action in Mallorca, whether you’re there for the restaurants, the clubs, the beaches or the sightseeing attractions. Take a look at our range of Palma villas to rent below and see what we have to offer.

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About Palma

Palma is also often referred to as Palma de Mallorca, and began its life as a Roman settlement in around 123BC. A lot of the original city was destroyed during the Spanish Civil War, but some historic architecture still remains, especially in Palma’s Old Town. The city is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of Spain, seeing thousands of visitors flock to the beachfront, hotels and restaurants every year, particularly in the summer months.

Best Time To Visit Palma

Palma is known for having perfect weather, with almost 300 days of bright, uninterrupted sunshine every year. The best time to visit the city if you’re looking for high temperatures is over the summer between June and September, but you’ll still get relatively warm and dry weather if you visit in the shoulder season for tourism outside of this period.

Best Things To Do To In Palma

There are plenty of things to do in Palma that can fill any length of holiday itinerary, from shopping to sunbathing and day trips out from the coast to other nearby towns and cities. If you enjoy sightseeing then visit places like the Palma Cathedral and Bellver Castle, whilst those interested in culture will enjoy the  Es Baluard Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art.

Spending time on the beach is another very popular activity for those in the city, with lots of different areas of the coast to choose from. Palma is also very well known for its nightlife, so if you like to party then you’re in the right place.

Best Places To Go In Palma

The sprawling size of Palma means that there are plenty of different places to visit within the city across the various neighbourhoods. If you’re looking for fine dining and luxury shopping, the Paseo del Borne or ‘golden mile’ is a street that has lots of designer outlets and high-end restaurants. Casco Antiguo, or Old Town, is the historic centre of the city, whilst La Lonja is a very popular place to visit for tourists.

You’ve also got a range of beaches to visit when you stay in Palma, with options like Ca’n Pere Antoni near the Old Town, the huge Playa de Palma and the quieter Cala Estància.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we get from our guests who are planning on staying in a villa in Palma.

What is Palma known for?

Palma is best known for being the capital of the Balearic Islands and the largest city in Mallorca, as well as being one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain.

Is Palma a good holiday destination?

Palma is a brilliant all-around holiday destination for those visiting Mallorca, with a wide range of things to do that will suit all interests. With beaches, history, shopping, a foodie scene and vibrant nightlife, there’s something for everyone.

Is Palma in Mallorca safe?

Palma is no less safe than any other European city; visitors should exercise caution when walking around alone or at night and should be aware of pickpockets and thieves, but it is not known as a particularly dangerous place.