Flights Lyon - Palma
From Apr 4, 2022
to Apr 11, 2022
Discover Palma de Mallorca !
An inspiration to many artists, as it was to Miró, the island of Mallorca in the Balearic Islands is an absolutely charming holiday destination. Contrary to what you may think, its capital Palma de Mallorca is not a mass tourist destination. A flight to Mallorca takes you deep into preserved and wild nature, between the Mediterranean Sea, the dream beaches, and the mountains.
What to do in Palma de Mallorca ?
Follow our storyguide to find the top things to do and best places to visit!
Visiting Palma de Mallorca
Facing the sea and dominated by the magnificent towers of its Gothic cathedral, a true masterpiece, the Balearic capital city is well worth a visit. Utterly charming and captivating, Palma de Mallorca is a seaside town where it's a delight to lose your way in the street maze of the Old City, with its medieval palaces and stately mansions.
The Little Train to Sóller
About 30 km from Palma, Sóller is located between sea and mountains. From Palma, take the little wooden train straight to the heart of city, known worldwide for its excellent oranges. Take the opportunity to enjoy a bucolic stroll through these peaceful mountain landscapes.
Le Parc naturel de S’Albufera de Mallorca
A real paradise for bird-watchers, the S'Albufera Natural Park is a protected area. It is one of the most beautiful sites in the Mediterranean for birdwatching throughout the year. More than 300 species (aquatic and non-aquatic) inhabit the site and are visible from easily accessible trails.
Shopping and Mallorcan Cuisine
After a shopping spree in one of the island's factory outlets, or at Camper (a world-famous Mallorcan brand!), take a break and sample the ensaimanada, a delicious puff pastry brioche. A true Mallorcan specialty! The ancient wine cellars also welcome you to discover the island's traditional cuisine.
Jouer au Robinson sur l'île de Cabrera
Jadis geôle à ciel ouvert pour les prisonniers français de l’armée napoléonienne, dont elle porte toujours la trace émouvante, Cabrera est aujourd’hui la plus grande île inhabitée de la Méditerranée. Situé au large de Palma de Majorque, ce petit paradis maritime à l’accès réglementé est le lieu idéal pour couper de la foule et de l’agitation des plages.
Useful information about Palma de Mallorca
25 - 29 °F