"With it's historic past, Mallorca has many wonderful buildings and it's capital city Palma is the place to marvel at the impressive architecture, from medieval times through to Modernist creations. Palma is also home to the most varied nightlife, with top quality restaurants and a host of late night bars & clubs."
:After being introduced to Ken Walker by a friend I decided to deal with him only rather than several agents. This was based on his knowledge of the Mallorcan property market and his friendly approachable manner."Jill Mellis -Very Happy Customer
"Majorca or Mallorca, whatever way you prefer to spell it, and whatever way you wish to pronounce it, is the largest of Balearic Islands, and along with its sister islands of Menorca and Ibiza, lies in the Mediterranean Sea off the south east coast of mainland Spain."
"Palma’s magnificent Catalonian Gothic cathedral is a landmark of the city, standing in the old town overlooking the ocean. The cathedral is dedicated to Palma’s patron saint, San Sebastian, and contains some saintly relics and pieces of the True Cross in its treasury. Construction started on the edifice in 1300. The vast central vault is 144ft (43m) high, its columns towering to a height of 65ft (20m). The wrought-iron canopy over the main altar was added by Gaudi in 1909."