Palma Tourist Board updates the trade on its latest offerings
The capital of the Balearic Islands is ready and waiting to welcome UK travellers again, with a number of new properties opening soon.
Palma, the capital of the Balearic Islands, is open for tourism and ready to welcome UK tourism once again. The destination currently sits on the 'amber list' for travel.
The Palma Hotel Association has reported that 45 hotels are currently open around the city, with 67 set to be open by the end of June - 95% of the city's accommodation offerings. The re-openings come after pent-up demand for Palma trips from mainland European countries.
For a unique view of the city, visitors can enjoy the recently re-opened La Seu Cathedral and rooftop, with panoramic views of Palma and the Mediterranean Sea.
Michelin-star chef Martin Berasategui has opened a new restaurant, 'El Txoco de Martin', in the charming neighbourhood of Santa Catalina. Customers can try Basque-inspired dishes on all budgets.
Celebrating the launch of the Nivia Boutique Hotel, the tourist association has noted that the hotel's 24 rooms have seen unexpected demand, with the rooftop overlooking the La Seu Cathedral proving a hit with guests so far. Rooms start from ?170 per night, based on two adults sharing.
In the hopes of targeting post-pandemic travel, Palma Tourist Board has revamped its website at www.visitpalma.com