Air Serbia » Er Srbija | 21 Palma de Mallorca is the cosmopolitan capital of this most beautiful of the Balearic Islands. A popular seaside resort, it is full of fun things to do, interesting architecture and rich history. Arco de la Drassana This enormous archway is thought to have been built in the 18th century, during a period when Majorca was under Arab rule. You can take in this sight while walking along part of the city wall that rises parallel to the Park de la Mar. Old Town Wandering through the meandering streets of Palma’s old town is a must for all visitors. You’ll find Gothic churches, attractive urban gardens, al-fresco cafés and old squares, but also elegant streets with upmarket boutiques. Palma is a city of narrow streets, full of history and architecture, especially in the Casco Antiguo (Old Town). This area of the city, which can be explored easily on foot, is home to Palma’s most visited monuments and tourist attractions, while you can also enjoy the most emblematic streets of the city with their famous restaurants and shops. Castell de Bellver This unique, circular 14th-century castle sits on a hill outside Palma and is one of the island’s key tourist attractions. “Bellver” means lovely view in the Catalan language, and you should be sure to climb to the top to appreciate just why it was given that name. The Paseo Maritimo A stroll along this avenue leads you along Palma’s seafront, under date palms, along a well-maintained promenade. You’ll pass some of Palma’s key buildings on the shore side, and the yacht-filled waters of the Mediterranean opposite. You can walk all the way to the former traditional fishing village of Portixol. Celebrity meetings Keep your eyes peeled when in Palma! James Blunt, Rafael Nadal, Rod Stewart, Catherine Zeta Jones, the Spanish royal family – all have been spotted sailing in Majorcan waters, so it’s worth checking out the marina with its superyachts to see which famous personalities you can spot! The beaches Spain’s largest island has stunningly beautiful sandy beaches, some of which also provide natural shade thanks to surrounding pine forests, but also a crystal clear, turquoise sea containing an abundance of wildlife. The greatest beauty of the Balearics me scan Lutanje kroz vijugave ulice starog grada Palme je obavezno za sve posetioce / Wandering through the meandering streets of Palma’s old town is a must for all visitors FOTO: Depositphotos / Tono Balaguer FOTO: Depositphotos