When you’re planning a holiday or weekend trip, there is a lot to consider and arrange. As well as booking your accommodation, finding the best value car hire in Mallorca, and sorting flights, you also need to plan what you are going to see and do. Palma is an exciting and colourful city that offers so much for everyone to enjoy. A city break in Palma is not complete without visiting these top attractions, so grab your car hire in Mallorca from Drivalia and get set for an unforgettable trip.

Palma Cathedral

Palma’s Le Seu cathedral is an elaborate and unique mashup for architectural designs. Beautifully gothic on the outside but wonderfully modernised inside, this is a real must-see for any trip to Palma. It is a real focal point in the city, and if you approach it from the waterfront esplanade, you can feel the full force of this impressive building. Stained glass windows and typical Gothic vaulted nave make Palma Cathedral a wondrous sight.

Cuevas del Drach

No trip to Palma is complete without visiting Porto Cristo. Located on the east coast of the island it is easy to reach from Palma when you have all-inclusive car hire in Mallorca. It is one of the country’s very best attractions with so much to offer. Cuevas del Drach includes impressive stalactites and stalagmites, an underground lake perfect for a boat ride, and a violin concert beneath the ground.

Palma Beach

Palma is the perfect location for a city break, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a bit of the beach life as well. The beach in Palma has Blue-Flag awarded sands and deep blue oceans. Palma Cathedral is just a short walk away and makes a unique backdrop to a beautiful beach. For another top beach to visit during your trip to Palma, you can take your car hire in Mallorca to Puerto Pollensa for a day out on the North East coast.

Castell de Bellver

Literally translating to ‘lovely view’ in Catalan, Castell de Bellver offers exactly that. Miles of stunning pine forest surrounds this attraction and lead down to the clear waters of Palma Bay. Climbing up to the roof offers unbeatable panoramic views across the foothills and out to the city beyond. The tower has an elegant round courtyard and museums for Roman, Arab and Spanish artefacts.