Palma Marathon returns to the streets of Palma again. Next Sunday, October 13, thousands of runners from all over the world will run through the most historic and emblematic streets of the city. The race is set in the unique scenery of the beautiful city of Palma and participants will enjoy a course along the breathtaking promenade with views over the bay and the turquoise blue Mediterranean Sea, towards the cathedral with its sandstones colors, and into the historic old town
The Zafiro Palma Marathon will allow runners to discover the Balearic capital and its heritage and enjoy a weekend full of activities, such as cultural visits to Miró Mallorca Foundation, the Breakfast Run (training with other participants and breakfast), the Pasta Party, the Corridor Expo, the Palma Kids Run children's race (aimed at children from between 0 and 12 years) and the post-event celebration, the special party Zafiro Palma Marathon.
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