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Mallorca, your next Christmas destination


The perfect island for Christmas 

In general, Christmas is a very important and meaningful time of the year for many people all over the world and is a way of celebrating life and friendship. 


Mallorca is an island in the Balearic archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea and is part of Spain. At Christmastime, Mallorca usually has a mild and pleasant climate, with temperatures ranging between 10 and 20 degrees Celsius.


Throughout the Christmas season, the streets and squares of Mallorca’s towns and villages are usually decorated with Christmas lights and decorations. Families and friends get together to celebrate and share meals and gifts.


Although winter is the coldest time of the year in Palma, the weather is usually quite mild, and it is possible to enjoy outdoor activities such as walks on the beach or excursions around the island.


In the winter, Palma is usually very decorated with Christmas lights and decorations, and it is a very special time to visit the city. If you are planning a trip to Palma de Mallorca during the winter, it is advisable to bring warm clothes and plan for some rain, as winter is the rainiest time of the year on the island.


Christmas plans in Mallorca

Would you like your next Christmas or New Year’s Eve to be absolutely unique? In that case, Palma de Mallorca is your ideal destination. Not in vain, the Balearic capital is home to all the charms that make this festive season so special. You have to see for yourself!


Traditionally associated with “sun and beach” tourism, the truth is that Palma has many interesting surprises in store for you in December and January. A good example of this are the Mallorcan traditions that take place during the Christmas festivities. 


New Year’s Eve

If you want to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Palma in style, we recommend you admire the impressive fireworks display from the top of the cathedral. And how about enjoying live music in the Plaza Rey Juan Carlos I? It is also customary to eat the 12 lucky grapes to the rhythm of the chimes so that good fortune will be with you in 2023.


After the vibrant festivities of New Year’s Eve, it’s time to celebrate the New Year. This is a celebration where gastronomy is the main protagonist. Some of the most typical and appropriate delicacies for this occasion are porsella roll, Mallorcan bacaiot and lemon sorbet.

Three Wise Men Parade

On the 5th of January, the Three Wise Men of the Orient parade takes place. In it, Melchior, Gaspar and Balthazar dock their boat full of Christmas presents at Palma’s Muelle Viejo (Old Quay). Afterwards, a magical procession of royal carriages travels through the centre of the capital handing out sweets.


Christmas and New Year’s Eve at Posada Terra Santa: Exclusivity in its purest state


Christmas in Palma is the perfect time for exclusive experiences, which is why it is so important to choose your accommodation wisely! Posada Terra Santa is your best ally to make sure that this festive season goes off without a hitch. Did you know that we are one of the TOP hotels of the illustrious Hidden Away hotel chain?


Our centrally located boutique hotel has all the luxuries you can imagine for an unforgettable holiday season (spa, library, event rooms). Special mention should be made of our restaurant La Despensa del Barón, where you can taste the most exquisite Mallorcan Christmas delicacies. 


It is clear that holidays such as Christmas, New Year’s Eve or Three Kings’ Eve are much more enjoyable when you spend them at Posada Terra Santa. Make your reservation now and get ready to discover one of the flagships of Hidden Away Hotels!

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