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The beautiful Balearics

Mallorca and Menorca have long been popular with tourists, but if you think it’s just bucket ‘n’ spade delights, think again. Mallorca’s capital, Palma de Mallorca, has a fascinating history, and the island’s varied landscape includes rugged mountains and a rural interior little-touched by tourism. Boutique hotels, delicious paella, and peaceful villages show there’s much more than the islands' beaches. The likes of Magaluf still supply cheap thrills, but in quiet corners of Menorca or Mallorca’s Tramuntana mountains, it all seems ages away.

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Bodega La Rambla

Bodega La Rambla

Locals' Pick Small tapas bar in central Palma

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Go to the bar, order some vino and get the tapas selection. It’s noisy and crowded, yet such a warm atmosphere.

Small tapas bar in central Palma Editors' Note

Bodega La Rambla is a small eatery and bar, serving up delicious tapas, and great food, all reasonably priced, given the bar’s central location. The venue is usually crowded, and you’ll have to stand in line to get your tapas fix.

At lunch, the locals enjoy a quick omelette before heading back to work. For tourists, Bodega La Rambla is more interesting for its superb tapas, and specialties like pop nuggets, tortilla chips, and breaded cauliflower.

Bodega La Rambla
Rbla. Ducs de Palma, 15, 07003 Palma de Mallorca, Mallorca
+34 971 72 11 90