Congreso Mallorca


We are pleased to invite you to the 2022 IAPN Congress and Post Congress activities. 

The Congress will take place from Thursday May 26 to Sunday 29 May
at the H10 Punta Negra hotel in Mallorca, Spain.

The Post Congress will take place from Monday 30 May to Wednesday 1 June at the Sofia Alcudia Beach Hotel

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Thursday May 26

12 pm - 6 pm

Congress registration in the H10 lobby

4 pm - 5 pm

Executive committee meeting at H10

6.30 pm - 8 pm

Welcome cocktail at H10

Friday May 27

9.30 am - 1 pm

Business Session 1 at H10

10 am - 1 pm

Companions’ tour. Visit to Faro Porto Pi & Marivent Palace

1.30 pm - 2.30 pm

Lunch at the H10 after the Business Session

3.30 pm - 7 pm

(Optional) Catamaran cruise with cocktail on board

8 pm - 10.30 pm

Dinner at Aromata Restaurant in Fundació Sa Nostra

Saturday May 28

10 am - 5 pm

Day trip. Sierra de Tramuntana

Soller & Valldemosa

Lunch at Randemar (Soller Port)

7.30 pm - 10.30 pm

Dinner at Bellver Castle

Sunday May 29

9.30 am - 1 pm

Business Session 2 at H10

10 am - 1 pm

Companions’ tour Visit to the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró a Mallorca

1.30 pm - 2.30 pm

Lunch at H10 after the Business Session

2.30 pm - 7 pm

Free afternoon

7 pm - 10 pm

Gala dinner at Jardines de Alfabia

First bus (10 pm)

Second bus (11 pm)


Monday May 30

10.30 am

Travel to Alcudia and check in at the hotel Sofía Alcudia Beach

1 pm - 2.30 pm

Lunch at the hotel

5 pm - 8 pm

Visit to Pollensa village & Formentor cape

8.30 pm - 10 pm

Dinner at La Terraza

Tuesday May 31

10.30 am - 3 pm

Visit to Cuevas del Drach & Petra village

Lunch at Es Celler

3 pm - 8.30 pm

Free time

8.30 pm - 10 pm

Dinner at the hotel

Wednesday June 1

10 am

Return to Palma de Mallorca Airport


  • The deadline to book the H10 Punta Negra hotel is the 26th of April 2022.  The organising committee cannot guarantee bookings after this date.
  • The deadline to book the Post Congress is the 3rd of April 2022. The organising committee cannot guarantee bookings after this date.  
  • If you need help registering, please do not hesitate to contact us. 
  • Payment can be made by bank transfer to the IAPN account.
  • All activities are casual. No formal wear is required for any event except the Gala Dinner (black tie code)
  • Temperatures in May-June average a high of 25ºC and a low of 16ºC
Palma de Mallorca

Palma is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands. It is located in the south coast of Mallorca, on the Bay of Palma. The city is well-known for being a popular holiday destination for thousands of tourists every year thanks to its beautiful surroundings and rich culture. During your stay, you will get to visit the city centre and its main sightseeing attractions, such as Palma’s cathedral.

La Seu (Palma’s cathedral)

La Seu is one of the main highlights of Palma. The 14th century Gothic cathedral is an architectural masterpiece located in the Old Town. In 1931 it was declared a Historical-Artistic Monument and has the largest original rose window of all European Gothic cathedrals. The interior of the building was refurbished by Modernist architect Antonio Gaudí and houses a museum. Furthermore, la Seu has stunning views across the seafront and the bay.

Miró Mallorca Foundation

The Fundación Pilar y Joan Miró is a cultural and artistic centre located in the city of Palma which is dedicated to Joan Miró’s artwork. It hosts a collection of approximately 6000 paintings, sketches, drawings, sculptures and documents of the Catalan painter. The Foundation’s building complex consists of Miró’s private residence, its gardens and two of his workshops.  

Museu Fundación Joan March

The Joan March Museum in Palma is one of the two museums owned by the foundation of the Spanish philanthropist Joan March. It is located in a 18th century building which was later refurbished in the Mallorcan modernist style. The museum currently exhibits the work of more than fifty Spanish artists of the 20th century avant-garde movement, including Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí and Juan Gris.

Bellver Castle

The Bellver Castle is one of the main tourist attractions of the city of Palma. It was built in the 14th century by king James II of Mallorca for defence purposes and is nowadays the only remaining Gothic circular castle in Spain. Its ideal location allows visitors to enjoy a spectacular view of Palma and the island’s coastline. The castle also houses the city’s History Museum, where you will learn about Palma’s historical, social and urban evolution.

The Palace of Marivent

The Palace of Marivent is a modern palace built during the 1920’s and located in Cala Mayor, an area to the west of Palma. It is currently the summer residence of the Spanish Royal Family and is often used by king Felipe VI as a venue to host receptions to the Prime Minister and other international authorities. The spectacular gardens of the palace are open to the public and include a collection of 12 sculptures by Miró as well as a wide variety of local plant species.

Serra de Tramuntana

The Serra de Tramuntana is a mountain range located in the north-west of Mallorca. It has been declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO and some of the most beautiful towns of the island can be found there, including Deià, Valldemossa and Sóller.


Deià is located between the heart of the Serra and the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Its beautiful and peaceful surroundings have inspired numerous artists throughout the decades and led Deyà to become the most bohemian town in Mallorca. Together, we will stroll through its streets while enjoying the picturesque houses and breathtaking landscapes.  


A visit to the medieval town of Valldemossa is a must for tourists, as it is one of the most beautiful towns in the island. Located in a valley surrounded by mountains, Valldemossa is not only well-known for its stunning views of the Serra, but also for its wide range of cultural attractions. Among the highlights are the Real Cartuja Square, the Church of San Bartolomeu and king Sancho’s Palace.


The charming town of Sóller is located in the Valle del Oro, a valley known for its abundance of citrus fruits. It was in fact the export of these during the 20th century that made Sóller one of the most prosperous towns on the island. This can be seen in the numerous splendid modernist buildings that can be found in its streets, which we will take a look at during our visit. Moreover, we will also get to see Sóller’s main square, the Plaza de la Constitución, in which the church of Sant Bartomeu is located.

The Portopí Lighthouse

The Portopí Lighthouse is one of the oldest functioning lighthouses in the world. It is located in the harbour of Palma and is an emblematic symbol of the city. Its construction dates back to 1300, during a period of economic and maritime wealth of Mallorca. In 1983, the Lighthouse was declared Historic-artistic monument by the Spanish Government due to its historical relevance. Nowadays, this landmark also houses one of the most important collections of maritime signals in Europe.


The enchanting city of Alcudia, which is located in the northern part of Mallorca, is a popular tourist attraction due to its rich history and culture. The city’s restored historic centre owns the island’s only entirely preserved town hall, which was built in the 14th century during the reign of king Jaume II. Besides visiting this monument, we will also walk around the medieval houses and the Casas Señoriales that belonged to the nobility. Moreover, in this area there are several restaurants and small cafes where we will get the chance to try some of the Mallorcan delicacies. 




The Executive Committee, on request of our President, has decided that IAPN will assume €500 for the first “Congress Fee For Company Representative” per company. Please, do not make the payment until you receive the invoice from IAPN with the 500€ discount applied. Payment will be made by transfer directly to the IAPN bank account. Thank you.


Make your hotel reservation:

Please, introduce the code in SEARCH bottom: IAPN2022 (not EARLY22) 


By phone

Jesús Vico +34 647 543 283
Jesús Vico Office +34 915 773 065


Information for travelling from an international location

Where you can do a Covid test in Mallorca

New Covid cases per day at Balearic Islands


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Luis Domingo

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