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Location:Palma is the capital of the Spanish Mediterranean island of Mallorca and the seat of the government of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands. It is the supply center of the Balearic Islands, where apart from the government there is also the largest port, the largest airport and most of the infrastructure.
Palma stretches along the bay of Palma on the coast of the Mediterranean in the west of the island. The metropolitan area of the city is about 30 kilometers long and stretches along the coast from Magaluf in the west to S'Arenal in the east. With more than 500.000 inhabitants, more than half of the inhabitants of Majorca live here.
Palma is a very versatile and exciting city that leaves nothing to be desired. Whether culture, shopping, relaxing, sports, beach life, nightlife or culinary delights. There is something for everybody.
The main attraction of the city is the Gothic cathedral La Seu in the south of the old town. Next to the cathedral is the palace, which serves the King of Spain as a residence for visits to the Balearic Islands.
The old town of Palma is a stylistic mix of Spanish-Catalan and Arabic influences. It is known for its numerous narrow streets, which are sometimes connected only by stairs. Popular portals are the Plaça Major and the Plaça de Cort at the town hall.