Palma de Mallorca
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JAN - JUN
19°C / 9°C
JUL - DEC
24°C / 14°C
1 USD = 0.97 EUR
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Frequently Asked Questions
The must-see attractions in Palma De Mallorca are Palma Beach, Palma Cathedral, Royal Palace of La Almudaina, Bellver Castle and Cala Vella.
Palma's winding streets are fairly walkable. There is also a reasonably priced public bus system known as the EMT. You can get to your destination faster by bus than by car. For example, if you want to visit the enchanting Mallorcan beach Es Trenc, the bus is air-conditioned, and you'll avoid the hassle of trying to find one of the few available parking spots.
Because there is no specific tourist visa for Spain, tourists must enter the country with a Schengen Visa. The Schengen Visa allows visitors to stay in Spain and the other Schengen countries for up to 90 days.
We recommend 3-4 days to see most of Palma's must-see attractions, but it's worth staying longer and just soaking in the atmosphere.
The temperature stays around 22°C during the day and drops to 15°C at night. Palma de Mallorca receives 34.32mm of rain on average in May, with approximately 2 rainy days. The humidity level is generally around 68%.
Fornalutx. You won't notice it if you stay near the coast, but Fornalutx is widely regarded as the most beautiful village on Mallorca, and one of the most beautiful in Spain. It's deep in the Tramuntana Mountains, with winding streets, narrow stone steps, and flowers and greenery everywhere.
The best Local Cuisine in Mallorca is Arros Brut - Traditional rice dish with vegetables and meat, Bunyols - Mallorcan Doughnuts, Coca de Cuarto - Light & moist cake, Ensaimada -Mallorca's most famous pastry and a very popular souvenir and Frit Mallorqui - A very classic Mallorcan dish traditionally made with offal and vegetables.