What to do in Majorca?

The city of Palma is a modern and cosmopolitan city full of life, with a great tourist attraction during all times of the year, and is that its privileged climate make it charming in times of winter and summer.

Considered the "jewel of the Mediterranean", it has a varied offer in gastronomy, culture, leisure, sports and beautiful beaches. Get lost among the charming streets of Palma where you can breathe its most welcoming atmosphere.

Here we show you what to do and what to see in Majorca as well as the most prominent places of interest in Palma de Mallorca that you cannot miss on your trip to Majorca and which are also within walking distance of the Hotel Artmadams 4****.

Discover the best places to visit in Majorca

In addition to its great attraction in beaches, Palma has a beautiful old town, where you can enjoy peaceful walks in the center of Palma while touring the most emblematic places of the city.

Majorca’s Cathedral

The cathedral of Palma de Mallorca "La Seu de Palma" was built in the 14th century. It is the monument of most emblematic Gothic architecture of the Majorcan island. Located in the old town, on the seafront. Inside you will find modernist works by Gaudí and the Majorcan artist Miquel Barceló.

Almudaina Royal Palace

Located opposite the Cathedral of Palma, the Almudaina Royal Palace was an Arab fortress with a mix of Gothic styles. It has a main courtyard, a Council room, old rooms of the king and queen, a chapel and a Gothic room. Currently used for official events of the Royal House.

Bellver Castle

The Bellver Castle dates back to the 14th century, and is one of the few round castles in Europe. Surrounded by a lush forest, it offers a spectacular panoramic view of the city and the Bay of Palma. Undoubtedly, a master piece to visit in Mallorca.

Es Baluard- Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

One of the most important museums in Palma is Es Baluard, a Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. Years ago it was the old city wall with views of the Paseo Marítimo. Today it offers a collection of works by artists such as Miró, Picasso or Gauguin among others.


The city of Palma is ideal to enjoy a perfect day of shopping and discover its interior. It has a large number of stores on the main roads of the city and around its streets. It has the charm of combining the most select areas where the big names of the fashion world are located (Jaime III, El Borne, Calle Union…), to more cosmopolitan areas where you will find a more traditional atmosphere (Plaza Mayor, Cort, Calle Olmos, San Miguel…).

Leisure in Palma City

Palma offers a fun atmosphere with lots of terraces, pubs, bars....perfect for enjoying the Mallorcan nightlife. We offer you nightlife areas in Palma de Mallorca which can be reached on foot from the hotel. Santa Catalina, baptized as the new “SOHO”, the neighborhood La Lonja, one of the most fashionable neighborhoods and the Paseo Marítimo with discos and pubs facing the sea of different styles.

Golf Courses

Majorca is a paradise to play golf while enjoying beautiful views of the sea and the picturesque landscapes it offers. We recommend a visit to the best golf courses in Majorca, which are located a short distance from the Hotel Artmadams 4****. Golf Son Muntaner (6km Distance), Golf Son Quint (5km Distance), Golf Bendinat (5km Distance), Golf Son Termes (10km Distance).


Majorca, famous for its coves and dreamy beaches, is surrounded by beaches and spectacular coves of fine golden sand and transparent waters. We inform you about the beaches of Majorca closest to the hotel. Perfect to discover every corner that this beautiful island emanates!

Cala Mayor and Illetas Beach are just 15 minutes away by car or public transport. In front of the hotel, you will find a bus stop (Line 3) that will leave you in front of these beautiful beaches. The Puerto Portals Beach is about 20 minutes away.

Culture, heritage, gastronomy, sun, beach and leisure await you in Palma de Mallorca

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