The Illes Balears Velodrome, formerly known as Palma Arena, is a multi-sports pavilion opened in 2007 in Palma, Balearic Islands, Spain. The venue was designed by architect Sander Douma, together with local architects Jaime and Luis García Ruiz. The venue has a total capacity to accommodate 8,106 people for concert use or similar, 450 people for sports use and the capacity of the indoor stands is 5,050 people.
If you are thinking of parking on the street, bear in mind that around the Illes Balears Velodrome there are areas where parking is forbidden, so you will have to go further away and go into the streets until you find free or paid parking spaces. We also recommend that you check the parking regulations in the city in case you are planning to come by car to avoid a parking fine.
For more comfort and safety, you can always opt for both private and public car parks which, as well as having more options, have surveillance and in some of them you can even book online in advance of the day of your event.
In any case, we suggest you plan your visit in advance, this way you will be more likely to find car parks close to the venue. Although if you don't find availability in car parks near the sports centre, you can check other car parks further away and take the following bus lines that have routes that pass near Velòdrom Illes Balears: 16 and 33.
Palma is the capital of the Spanish island of Majorca, a city located in the western Mediterranean Sea. This city is well known for its large number of tourists every year. You can see, for example, the Gothic Santa Maria Cathedral, which dates back to the 13th century, as well as the Almudaina, and to the west of the city, the Bellver Castle, a medieval fortress located on top of a hill, not to mention its beautiful beaches. We definitely recommend you to investigate all that Palma has to offer so that you don't miss anything on the day of your visit.