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Where to go at night in Palma

Looking for some entertainment to fill your evenings in Palma? You're spoilt for choice in this vibrant city, with bars, clubs and entertainment around every corner. Here are our thoughts about where to go at night in Palma. Before getting stuck into making plans, remember to book one of our airport transfers. Choose from a private car, minibus or shared shuttle to take you from Palma airport to your resort at a great price and in comfort.


Start off your night in Palma by trying out the island's Mediterranean cuisine. For something fancy, Michelin-starred restaurants Zaranda and Es Fum blend culinary traditions with contemporary dishes. Find tapas and classic Majorcan food in La Lonja, Palma's historic neighbourhood, where you can spend time over a leisurely meal.


Stay close to the beaches for a host of bustling bars and pubs. The Corner Bar is where tourists and locals alike swarm to begin their weekend. It also has big-screen TVs and a popular weekly Killer Pool tournament. Molly Malone is an Irish bar and a local institution with live music and sport and film screenings.


For cocktails with a view, 49 Steps gives panoramas of the cathedral and the beach, while the Sky Bar at Hostal Cuba has a rooftop terrace where you can sun yourself well into the evening. With a truly unique atmosphere, Abaco is a must-visit. Dotted with ornaments and knick-knacks, it's like spending an evening in an eccentric aunt's living room.


The renowned Tito's is one of the main clubs in Palma, famous for its live DJs, cabaret nights and carnivals. An evening of relaxing jazz awaits at Blue Jazz Club Saratoga – often featuring international stars on its stage. R33 is where EDM fans go to hear local and visiting DJs behind the decks, and Brooklyn Club is small, but the perfect place to head when you're ready for some serious dancing.


You can learn how to dance at Victorys: they have lessons in salsa, Latin pop and sensual bachata among others. If you're after cabaret and comedy, Bar Flexas puts on shows featuring dancers and drag queens well into the night. Palma Auditorium is where to be for a wide variety of entertainment: from kids' shows and tribute acts to traditional mariachi bands and musicals, there's something for everyone.

Now you've some idea of what to do when you're in Palma, pre-book your Palma airport transfers. They are a safe and hassle-free way to get from the airport to your accommodation.