The island of Mallorca has seven of these spaces, with various installations, sizes and locations, providing companies and professionals with multiple options, depending on their needs. In recent years thousands of people have held their work meetings in this privileged location, enjoying an exceptional climate and an excellent choice of leisure activities, allowing for a perfect combination of work and play.
In the capital, Palma, located right at the Promenade and surrounded by an extensive selection of accommodation and leisure, is the Palma Auditorium. Just ten minutes away from the Son Sant Joan international airport, this is one of the main meeting points for conventions and exhibitions. The Gran Melià Victoria Convention Centre also holds up to 800 people in its main room, and enjoys a privileged location in Palma, right across from the Port.
The Pueblo Español, which reproduces a selection of the most interesting pieces of Spanish architecture, offers 23,000 square metres for meetings, in a location that invites concentration but is only a short stroll away from the Promenade. The Conference Centre situates Palma as a new benchmark destination for business, a meeting place for anyone wishing to work, relax and enjoy everything that the city has to offer.
Outside of the capital, Alcúdia has an auditorium with two conference rooms, press room, 8 classrooms and simultaneous interpreting booths. When work is over, the bay becomes a unique natural setting for relaxation. On the eastern side of the island the Auditori de Sa Màniga, located in Cala Millor, offers a large room and another five work rooms, interpreting booths and a bar.
Ibiza has a conference centre and an auditorium, in the charming town of Santa Eulàlia des Riu. Recently built, its white structure emulates the simple churches of the island. It has two multi-purpose rooms and a main event room. Menorca has a large selection of hotels with ample experience in MICE tourism, distributed throughout the island.