Palma view point - Mallorca
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Directions to Palma view point
At the end of a twisting road with several hairpin turns, the monument of Na Burguesa towers over Génova and Palma de Mallorca from a height of 440 metres.
The 3 kilometre road is narrow in parts, but it's not a hard drive, and there's a parking area and a restaurant at the top. Apart from the main viewpoint, several paths permit easy walks around the woods and lead to great views over other parts of south west Mallorca, particularly from the Alzamora viewpoint.
On a clear day - or night - you can see far and wide across Palma Bay and beyond. It's well worth a outing.
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