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Mallorca is the largest of the three islands in the Balearic Islands group and is also home to the “capital” of the Balearic Islands, Palma de Mallorca.
Palma De Mallorca has about 500 000 inhabitants of which 15 000 are of Swedish nationality.
In 1955 the first charter tour from Sweden landed on the island and since then it has been by far one of the most visited holiday destinations by Swedes.

Palma De Mallorca’s history goes back further than that. In fact, Palma was one of the largest trading cities in the Roman Empire. This makes Palma a mixture of new buildings, but above all many ancient buildings, such as the famous Seu Cathedral from the 14th century.


Craig Fletcher
Senior Partner & Strategic Advisor

Eric Gustafson

Lesster Govea

Contact us

Carrer de Porto Pi, 8
07015 Palma de Mallorca

+34 661 021 522


Monday – Friday: 08:00 – 18:00
Saturday: 9:00 – 18:00
Sunday: Closed

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