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Palma de Majorca, Spain Cuisine | Where to Eat

Alternate spelling: Palma de Mallorca

Popular Local Cuisine: Mallorcan cuisine has influences from many other Mediterranean cultures, particularly Catalan, but with its own distinctive slant. Many enjoy the local variation of paella and visit tapas bars, but for the most genuine experience here are few suggestions. To start, try Pa amb Oli, the local bread rubbed with tomatoes and dripped with olive oil. Caragols are snails served with indigenous herbs. The island is famous for their local pork sausage made with paprika known as soprassada. An all vegetable selection is Tumbet - fried eggplant, potatoes, and peppers and covered with tomato sauce. For main courses, eggplant is stuffed with meats, fried and then baked with tomato sauce. Grilled fish with peppes is popular as well. Frit mallorqui sweetbreads (organs) fried with potatoes, hot peppers, and potatoes is a local specialty. For dessert the most typically Mallorcan sweet is Ensaimada, a sweet roll.

Orange liqueur from Soller and thyme liqueur are the most popular local alcoholic beverages, but there are a wide variety of herb-infused liqueurs which is a long tradition on the Balearic Islands.

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Cruise lines that visit Palma de Majorca: Star Clippers, Voyages of Discovery, Windstar, Azamara Club Cruises, Crystal, Oceania, Paul Gauguin, Regent Seven Seas, Seabourn, SeaDream Yacht Club, Silversea, Celebrity, Cunard, Holland America, Costa, Disney Cruise Line, MSC Cruises, Norwegian, Royal Caribbean, Viking River Cruises

Key Attractions: La Seu, La Lonja, La Almudaina, Arab Baths, Parc de La Mar, Bellver Castle and Park, Palma to Soller Vintage Train Ride, Valldermossa, Soller Beach, Playa de Palma, Es Trenc, Magaluf, Son Vida Golf, Son Quint Golf, Son Muntaner Golf, Son Antem Golf, Santa Ponsa Golf, Poniente Golf

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Photo of Mallorcan sweet pastry Ensaimada by Pedro Servera