Our family holidays to Palma are ideal if you’re travelling with little ones.
A choice of hotels
Family hotels in Palma tend to place their swimming pools, restaurants, spa rooms and entertainment venues away from the city centre. But that’s not to say you’ll be spending your nights far away — most hotels are within a 15-minute drive of the waterfront.
Palma Aquarium shows off the deepest shark tank in Europe, the biggest roof garden in Spain, and a regular timetable of feeding sessions where children get to see turtles and starfish up close. Next door, a sandy beach shadows the coast road, which is piled high with fast food restaurants and cafés. Meanwhile, hilltop Bellver Castle serves up panoramic views over the city and Mediterranean.
Child-friendly days out
Boats zip out to the Caves of Drach, coaches meander through the Tramuntana Mountains, and a vintage train winds its way to Soller — a traditional seaside town of family-run seafood restaurants and ice-cream parlours.
Looking for a family holiday to Palma? Flick through our hotel and flight deals. We fly from all over the UK — from London Gatwick to Glasgow — so you can jet off from an airport near you.