Combine sightseeing and sunbathing at Palma’s main beach, Ca’n Pere Antoni. This 750m-long slice of award-winning golden sand has the most gorgeous views of La Seu Cathedral at the western end.
Beach eats: You can enjoy a drink or two by Palma Harbour, or head into the Old Town for signature tapas dishes, Pa’amb oli – bread topped with garlic, tomato and olive oil – and spicy Sombrassada sausage.
Sights by the shore:
If you fancy taking a closer look at the cathedral, you’ll be less than twenty minutes away from admiring its Gaudi-designed interior. Palma Aquarium’s nearby too.