Mallorca is always open for everyone who wants to get out of the hustle and bustle of the city and doesn’t know where to go. With these 2022 Mallorca plans you will have a great time.
8 Best plans for this 2022 in Mallorca
Stop thinking about where to travel and opt for these 2022 Mallorca plans that you will carry in your memory forever.
Taste its typical gastronomy
Enjoy a delicious freshly baked ensaimada, which you can easily find in the most famous forns and pastry shops on the island. Most historians affirm that it was created as a bread or sweet dough with which the Jewish community celebrates the end of the year. It has such an ancient legacy that it is a qualified product with designation of origin.
Bath in its crystalline beaches
To mitigate the heat, you have multiple options such as those of Playa de Palma, with soft white sand. To crown this natural paradise is the Paseo Marítimo, which also offers all the services and a wide variety of options to practice all kinds of water sports: surfing, windsurfing, kayaks, etc.
Get to know its cathedral, its churches and its architecture
Palma boasts a rich history and culture. A very obvious example that you cannot miss is La Seu, its cathedral. This Cathedral of Palma is undoubtedly the first thing to see in Mallorca in your 2022 Mallorca plans, one of the most spectacular examples of the Gothic style in the world, located in a very strategic point, revealing the reflection of its silhouette in the Parc de la Mar and constituting the ‘skyline’ of the city.
Go shopping on the Golden Mile
This is considered the commercial point of Mallorca. In this area, located between Paseo del Born, Carrer de Sant Feliu and the elegant Avenida de Jaume III, you can find large national and international shops, as well as luxurious bars, cafes and restaurants with a wide variety of cuisine.
Know its museums
Among the most outstanding are the Es Baluard Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art or the Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation, where you can learn everything about the Catalan artist, who established a very close link with the Balearic capital during his last years of life.
Tour of its traditional and gastronomic markets
An obligatory stop is the Mercat 1930 or others that have a long history, such as the Mercado de L’Olivar and Santa Catalina. Here it will be possible for you to appreciate the rhythm of the city, to be able to appreciate more closely the local ingredients and to acquire traditional products.
Relax in the Arab Baths
This is one of the most important monuments on the island and, undoubtedly, a very important part of the Muslim legacy throughout Mallorca. Here you will have the opportunity to appreciate the large central room, crowned by columns, created for the steam baths and which was the installation of a private residence.
Know the Jewish Quarter of the city
Palma was one of the most important cities in medieval Spain and therefore had its own Jewish quarter. The Jewish quarter of Palma, also called ‘Call Maior’, even constituted a kind of independent city, also surrounded by a wall and with its own entrances to its interior.