Puerto Pollensa is fantastic and I will never tire of it, however if you love Majorca and are seeking new experiences, then consider going to Palma for a short break.
More than 18 million holiday passengers pass through Palma Airport every year and most people simply think of it as being a place where they arrive and depart and they certainly never think of staying there for a holiday.
You should,– as it has loads to offer.
It is only a short flying distance from Britain and when most of the Majorcan holiday resorts are winding down for the winter,– Palma is still there to be enjoyed, — at all times of the year.
The most famous landmark is the Spanish Le Seu Cathedral, which is one of the largest in the world. It is very easily seen from most areas of Palma , so if you become lost, you can use it as a marker.
Close by is the old town, with its cobbled narrow streets making it worthy of exploration.
There are many quality designer shops, which keen shoppers will simply love.
There is also a waterfront marina and an enjoyable nightlife.
All price levels of accommodation is available, from four star hotels with swimming pools, to something much more modest.
If you are thinking of going away for a weekend or longer, — then consider Palma .