The conference will be held at University of Balear Islands in Palma de Mallorca. It is just outside of the city. (Campus mape)
Mallorca (from latin \'insula maior\', and then \'Maiorica\' meaning major island) is an impressive island, the biggest of the balearic archipielago, it is the most eastern region of Spain. The geography of the island allows you to choose all kinds of activities, whether you\'re looking for an urban athmosphere, such as Palma, or if you prefer a more relaxed rural environment or its countless sun-drenched gorgeous clean beaches.
Palma is a wonderful city in which you have a number of monuments that you should be sure to visit. The gothic cathedral with its stained-glasswindows dominates the waterfront and backs onto the oldest part of the cit where churches of medieval, gothic and baroque periods are found along with Renaissance style buildings (like the City Hall) and stately homes with beautiful patios. The maze of streets at the back of the cathedral leads to the beautiful Banys Àrabs, the old Moorish bath house which is worth a visit. The Palau de l\'Almudaina stands opposite the cathedral entrance. L\'Almudaina used to be the palace of the Moorish governors and later of the Mallorcan Kings. The Castell de Bellver (the Castle of Bellver) is a beautiful well-preserved fortress dating back to the 14th century. It is located on the top of a wooded hill and has spectacular views over Palma Bay.
Weather in Mallorca.
Mallorca is typically Mediterranean with hot, dry hot summers in the high 20°C or even 30ºC, and mild winters, with the temperatures roughly half that of summer (rarely below 5ºC). Mallorca experiences irregular rainfall, mostly tending to fall between autumn and winter. Generally speaking Mallorca presents a high humidity level, as it is an island.More information about how to go to Palma Mallorca can be found in the "Documents" section.