A holiday in Palma is never short of things to do, all about sports such as golf, tennis, splashing out on water sports, cycling around the island...
Palma Arena, also known as the Palma Velodrome, is a multifunctional building in the city of Palma. It was built mainly to celebrate the 2007 World Cycling Cup, but given the all inclusive nature of the facilities on offer, both in terms of the size & versatility, its the ideal place to practice, and house, all kinds of sport, leisure & cultural activities.
It currently houses a wide range of offices of official bodies such as different Directorate Generals of the Balearic Government and over 36 federations.
Inaugurated for the World Track Cycling Championship on March 29th 2007, it has since hosted a variety of events including the Euro basket 2007, Cirque du Soleil, fairs, concerts, rallies and many other events.
Palma Royal Sailing Club is located in the heart of the Bay of Palma, in the SW of Mallorca (39 ° 34 'N / 2 ° 38' E). Perfectly protected from winds & storms, it offers magnificent security to its visitors.
Connected by motorway (10 km) to Son Sant Joan International Airport, with the Port of Palma (3 km) and located in the middle of the Seaside Promenade, the Club allows pedestrian access to the city centre and an immediate connection with the island's land communications network.
The Son Moix Stadium is a sports venue located in the city of Palma, built for the 1999 Universiade in the city. This is the stadium where RCD Mallorca has been playing since 1999, as the club has an agreement with the city council to operate it for sports purposes for a period of 50 years. The stadium is located in Camí dels reis s/n.
Son Moix Municipal Sports Stadium is where the indoor football team, FUTSAL PALMA is based, and also the volleyball team VOLEY PALMA both of which compete in the highest national category.