Palma on Bike
Palma City Sightseeing
This hop-on-hop-off bus has commentary in various languages. Tickets are valid for 24 hours (a slightly more expensive 48-hour version...
Porta de l'Almudí
For a rare remnant of Arab days, head up Avinguda d’Antoni Maura from the Arc del Wali to Plaça de la Reina, then south through a series...
Palau de l'Almudaina
Originally an Islamic fort, this mighty construction opposite the Catedral was converted into a residence for the Mallorcan monarchs at...
The location is a winner, a terrace at the 'prow' end of Palau March. They serve light meals and snacks with international staples, but...
You have to love this place, one of the few to transmit an essential Spanish boisterousness in this heavily touristed district. You'll...
Palma on Bike information
Lonely Planet review
Palma on Bike has city bikes to get around Palma, as well as mountain bikes, rollerblades and kayaks. Bike rates include insurance and a helmet.