Book flights to Palma de Mallorca (PMI) with Eurowings for as little as €19.99*.
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This Spanish island is one of Germany's favourite destinations. Palma de Mallorca (PMI) Airport is the ideal starting point for exploring the island. Numerous beautiful beaches, secluded coves and bustling beach areas await holidaymakers, alongside some cultural and historical attractions. Mallorca is the largest Balearic Island and also well known for its party culture, not least for the infamous Ballermann beach areas. But if you think Mallorca is all about partying, you'd be wrong. There are plenty of quiet corners and beaches where holidaymakers can relax and unwind from the stresses of everyday life in peace. In the evenings, there are many restaurants offering local specialities.
This Balearic Island is the epitome of partying and pleasure for many holidaymakers. Book your Palma de Mallorca (PMI) flights now and discover the island's quiet side. Culture vultures flocked here long before the party industry settled on the island, as Mallorca has many beautiful sights to see. This includes historical statues and buildings, art galleries, museums of all kinds and important monuments. Many tourists also come for the many events, such as the festival of classical music or the numerous jazz concerts. The island's stages also put on some ballet and dance productions. There is hardly a corner of the island that doesn't have some surprising sights in store to charm visitors.
If you want to relax after a busy day, you'll find many beaches and bays on Mallorca. Book your Palma de Mallorca (PMI) flights now and leave the stresses of everyday life behind. Spend some relaxing time on the beach at Cala Mitjana, on the eastern coast of Mallorca. If you come to the north of the island, you can visit the Can Cap de Bou, a beach almost two kilometres long. S'Armador Beach was voted Europe's best beach in 2008. And what could be more relaxing than spending the evening in one of the island's many little restaurants?