Palma law firm
7002 Palma de Mallorca (Spain)
A port city open to the sea, friendly and hospitable, Palma is the most important city in the Balearic archipelago as well as the cultural and economic center of the island of Mallorca, and the 12th largest economy in Spain by GDP volume.
Its large number of idyllic beaches, the quality of its waters, the excellent Majorcan gastronomy and the impressive cultural and leisure offer have made it one of the main tourist destinations in Spain and one of the most demanded by the large European tour operators.
It stands out for the authenticity and attachment to its roots and reflects by itself all the diversity that characterizes the Balearic Islands as a whole. The traditions of the peoples who have settled there throughout history, Phoenicians, Romans, Vandals, Byzantines, Muslims and Christians give it its cosmopolitan character.
Its fascinating historic centre allows you to contemplate the monuments and historic buildings of its thirteen neighbourhoods, with the cathedral and the Royal Palace of the Almudaina as culmination, integrating a spectacular architectural complex.
Within this framework, tourism and the services sector absorb 88% of the economic activity, essentially in hotels, restaurants and commerce.
Due to its proximity to continental Europe, the island of Mallorca has been a favourite destination for French-speakers who decide to expatriate for years. Of these, 11,000 are French. Many are retired, but there are also entrepreneurs (with their whole family) as well as people who want to make a chang in their lives.
French-speakers appreciate in Mallorca the same features of Mediterranean life that they find, for example, in the French Provence: a mild climate in winter and hot in summer, a calm pace of life and the ease of socializing both individually and as a family.