The 5 Best Bars In Palma
by Lara McComish | Updated 04 March 2020 | Posted in Family Holidays, Spain, General
Palma, also known as Palma de Majorca, is the place to go for a holiday night out in Majorca. Take a look at the best bars in town below.
1. Bar Abaco
Set in the heart of Palma, Bar Abaco is a classy joint for sophisticated drinks. Find a spot in the ambiently lit courtyard and take in your surroundings - think birdcages, fountains and lots of flowers. All with one of their speciality cocktails in hand.
2. Why Not?
A natural answer to the question; 'should we go for holiday drinks?' Why Not Cocktail Bar is an excellent find for those that prefer intimate bar settings. Lap up some rich Mallorcan red wine with friends in this cosy bar, just a 4-minute walk from the Royal Palace of L Almudania.
3. Cafe Atlántico
Cafe Atlántico is a laidback bar, serving quirky cocktails set to a 70s and 80s soundtrack. Born as 'Texas Jacks', a haunt for marines who visited Majorca in the 60s, the drinkery reopened in the late 90s as the Cafe Atlántico knows and loves. Grab a Bad Bunny and sign your name on the wall - a labour of love that still has space for your signature 40 years after the tradition started.
4. Es Baluard
Es Baluard has the outdoor terrace to end all terraces. Sip on a cool drink as you take in the sweeping views of the city's marina and cathedral. A top choice to stop off for a drink after an afternoon visiting the Musea d'Art Contemporani, as it's directly opposite.
5. Chapeau 1987
If whiskey is your tipple of choice, check into Chapeau 1987. This proper whiskey bar is lined with rows and rows of the amber spirit. From scotch to bourbon, Chapeau 1987 is well stocked and ready to welcome you and your party.