park Mallorca is a large mall, with a pedestrian-only layout. The complex is a
short distance north of Palma next to the Inca highway at the Santa Mariá/Sa
huge range of choice here; shoppers are catered for by a wealth of factory
outlets from such high street brands as Amichi, Blue Willi´s, Diesel, Levi´s,
Mango, Nike, Quicksilver, Reebok, and many more. More than 30 restaurants and
cafés are on hand when hunger and thirst strikes, and several pubs and clubs
are on hand for fun after dark.
plenty of entertainment for kids of all ages at Festival Park. There´s a care
centre for little ones, as well as a bouncy castle, slides, carousel and even
donkey rides. A 20 screen cinema complex, 10 pin bowling, bungy, gambling and
laser games are just some of the other attractions.
get to Festival Park by car, bus or train. The complex has its own rail
station on the Palma to Manacor/Sa Pobla line, from which it´s only a short
walk to the mall. There is a busy road to cross on the way, so take care to
look left first! The bus line L330, operated by Autocares Alorda on behalf of
TIB, runs right through Festival Park on its route to Lluc, while service L301
(Autocares Marratxí) connects nearby.
have your own vehicle, access is directly from the Santa Mariá/Sa Cabaneta
exit from the Palma-Inca highway, and there is plenty of parking at the
shoppingcenter a la Fisketorvet.
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Gabriel Roca 54,
971 701 500
Porto Pi Centro Overview
shopping centre is a medium sized indoor mall situated at the western end of
the Paseo Maritimo. The centre hosts a wide range of shops, including
well-known names such as Zara, Müller, Mango, Massimo Dutti, Levis, Lacoste
and Etam as well as a large Carrefour supermarket and several restaurants
At the top
of the complex is a multi screen cinema which often shows English language
moves, and a 10 pin bowling allry.