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Palma Hen Weekend


 

Palma is a city in Spain on the south coast on the Palma of the Balearic island of Majorca in the Bay of...

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. A major port and the capital city of the Balearic Islands, Palma proudly traces its history to the Roman Empire, Byzantine Empire, and the remains of a Talaiotic settlement. Palma is a world-famous summer holiday destination for people who seek sunshine and its many beautiful beaches for relaxation. It attracts tourist from Spain and other European countries and it is also populated by migrants from South America and Africa. One of the main attractions is Palma's busy nightlife and lively art scene therefore a good destination for Hen parties.


Culture:


Visitors to Palma experience a welcome guaranteed by the warmth of the people and the abundance of sites to see. On offer are the beautiful sites depicting the history of the town by statues and monuments to behold as well as a bustling nightlife with a variety of bars and night clubs to choose from. Other activities include sailing, golf, cycling and diving.


Famous For:


Palma is famous for its history which shows a combination of culture of the mainly roman and Moorish occupation of Palma at different times. There are places which emphasises this cultural mix like the Bellver castle, the La Sue Cathedral (Santa Maria Cathedral) and the Arab baths (Banys Arabs) which dates back to the middle ages.


Travel info:


Palma can be accessed by air transportation and also by boat depending on choice. It should be noted that other forms of transportation is only possible when on the island. On the island there are other forms of transportation for getting around.Vistors can travel by bus ,train of by taxi which makes a Palma a stag night destination.


Hen ideas:


Palma has a history of the best party locations with its many bars and night clubs. A good get away location to mingle with famous visitors who are never in short supply because of its beautiful scenery and attractions which include scuba diving, cycling and for the golf enthusiast a game of golf. Choice of how and where to party is always an option as you can go dancing on a boat cruise around the island or in one of the many night clubs after visits to the different bars on the island. You can be assured of a memorable stag night as you would certainly be spoilt for choice. A sure mix of day and night activities.


Nightlife:


Palma offers top choices of a selection of top class restaurants, nightclubs, bars and pubs. Nightclubs in Palma are a good destination for that all important memorable hen night and choice would only be your issue as there is an abundance to choose from Listed is a few to choose from;


Discoteca Pacha Mallorca - Open to groups of people or individuals, Located on the cliff overlooking the Paseo Maritimo, the yachts and Palma's horseshoe shaped Marina, Discoteca Pacha Mallorca is one of the best-known nightclubs in Palma, - a great way of meeting people and making new friends and it is open from 10pm-6am.


Garitos Cafe ' On offer to customers is a live band playing jazz, rock and disco classics as well as DJs. So whatever your choice of music, you are sure to be entertained Discoteca Tito's- is situated about 50 metres above the Paseo Maritimo. It is open at 10:00 pm and you can access it through the glass elevator of the venue or from the Plaza Gomilla. Also on offer is a wide range of music from garage to Blues.


Hard Rock Caf'- Surrounded by sunny white beaches and light blue water, your mood of celebration is assured at the Hard Rock Cafe. A taste the lip-smacking American menu served there is an experience you will relish or try some amazing cocktails. Do not forget to visit the world famous Rock Shop too.


El bosque del Duende- A place to mingle and meet friend and make new friends, with excellent drinks as well as tarts, chocolate crepes and waffles. A lovely atmosphere to relax, with d'cor like a real forest.


Overview:


Palma de Mallorca was first established as a Roman camp upon the remains. During the fall of Roman Empire, Palma went through several Vandal sackings. The City was later conquered by James I of Aragon. The city lies upon the large coastal Bay of Palma in the western Mediterranean Sea. The land area of the city is around 21,355 km' with an altitude of 13 metres. Palma is bordered by rocky inlets and marinas on the south, whilst many of the tourist resorts are positioned towards the east of the city. Palma has been a destination of choice due to its history, climate and friendly people.


History:


The history of Palma de Mallorca highlights the various periods that saw this beautiful island occupied at different periods namely the roman period, the byzantine period and the Muslim period. Pollentia acted as port to Roman cities on the north western Mediterranean Sea, Palma was the port used for destinations in Africa, such as Carthage, and Hispania. A


rchaeological discoveries still occur under the city centre during excavations.These represented the roman occupation Though the period between the fall of the Western Roman Empire and the Muslim conquest is not well understood (due to lack of documents), there is clear evidence of a Byzantine presence in the city, as indicated by mosaics found in the oldest parts of the Cathedral in present day Palma The Muslim era named Pa.


lma de Mallorca as Medina Mayurqa. The arrival of Moors in the Balearic Islands happened at the start of the 8th century. During this period, the population developed an economy which was based on self-sufficiency and piracy, and even showed evidence of a relative hierarchy. The dominant groups took advantage of the Byzantine withdrawal due to Islamic expansion, to secure their domination upon the rest of the population, thus ensuring their power and the gradual abandonment of Imperial structures.


Food/Restaurants:


Restaurante Las Olas - is a modest, simple little bistro located behind Palma Cathedral .The cuisine on the menu cuts across continents, featuring Mediterranean classics in the morning and South Asian dishes from Cambodia and Vietnam in the evening at affordable prices. A sit out is highly recommended to enjoy the scenery.


Santa Eulalia - the Santa Eulalia Restaurant is a perfect fusion of historical architecture and modern cuisine. The restaurant retained its original glory of the building with careful restoration work to it. It creates the ambience of great elegance and rusticity of its decoration gives a mix of an ancient and modern feel. On the menu is the vegetarian menu which is a hit with vegetarians.


Rodeo Grill - As the name connotes the rodeo grill is a steak lovers must visit. Customers have to choose the steak of their choice before it gets cooked on an open grill in a warm and comfortable ambience. Situated between Placa Espanya and Mercat Olivar, the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner while the cafeteria is open all day long.

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