Spain - Palma de Mallorca
WGS84: 39°33′12.16″N 2°37′28.08″E
Time zone: GMT +1
For many visitors, Mallorca is all about sailing, and enjoying yacht transport is not to be missed. Today, Mallorca port is known for its internationally renowned boating regattas. This port is part of the famous group of Balearics Island, on the east coast of Spain. Due to its big size, Mallorca has been recognized as one of the most famous tourist destination in the Mediterranean with thousands of potential visitors who love sailing. The port and marina stretch the entire length of the city, and this is a complete maze of small boats, yachts, and cruise ships. Due to technological advancements, Port Of Palma de Mallorca has become a popular destination for Cruise Ships of all sizes. There are several activities that take place in this region, but 70% is tourism. Mallorca receives thousands of tourists who spend days before continuing with their voyage while others visit the port to experience the thrill and fun it offers.
Palma de Mallorca has beauty and charm. You can easily recognize the Cathedral (La Seu) when sailing, walking or driving towards the port. This immense sandstone ancient building attracts thousands of visitors every year. Other historical venues that tourists love to visit include; Bellver Castle, Majorca Museum, La Lonja, La Palau de Almundaina and the 10th century Arab Baths ruins just but to name a few. You can go sightseeing by bus and visit Plaza Reina to Avenida Jaume III. This beautiful Spanish port boasts of cultural side that offers visitors a more rounded experience than just the regular sun, sand and sea affair. There are decent hotels and restaurants to enjoy your vacation depending on your pocket. Several foods to choose from and friendly people. Mallorca is a wonderful port with natural beauty and amazing architecture. A delight to visit and return to time after time.