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Lounge-150Ref: 83662
* Fantastic panoramic sea views of the bay of Palma

* Spacious 3 bedroom apartment, for 6 people

* Perfectly located in the centre of Palma but only

* 5 minutes walk to Palma´s sandy beach

  or to Palma´s historic old town


829931Ref: 829931
* Fantastic Villa providing Luxury and Privacy

* Spacious with plenty of room for 8 to relax and enjoy

* Private tennis court, swimming pool, jacquzi, sauna and an incredible barbacue and bar area in the grounds. 
Located close to Palma, the beach and one of the best golf courses in Mallorca


826834Ref: 826834
* 4 bedroom villa, sleeps 8 in Colonia de Sant Pere

* Private swimming pool, patio and barbeque area

* Perfect for outdoor living with sun loungers provided

* Located in a quite area but close to bars and restaurants

* A short walk to the promenade and a sandy beach 


479995Ref: 479995
* Luxury 3 bedroom apartment in Palma, for 6 people

* Lovely terrace with sea views and seating for 6
* Located in the centre of Palma but only
* 5 minutes walk to Palma´s sandy beach

  or to Palma´s historic old town


424862Ref: 424862
* Village location on the edge of Palma

* Modern 2 bedroom apartment, sleeps 6 people

* Outdoor barbacue and dining area with space to relax

* located between to 2 lovely beaches and close to Palma

* Modern fitted kitchen


1016812Ref: 1016812
* Quiet two bedroom apartment, sleeps 4

* 50 metres from the beach

* Large outdoor balcony with dining area and space to relax

* Communal swimming pool

* 1st floor apartment


A City Open to Culture...

Palma, a city of cultural conservation and innovation. The great number of venues dedicated to the creation and conservation of culture and art make a big impression on the visitor.

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MUSEU DE Mallorca

Address: Carrer de la portella, 5
Housed in what was once the house of the Count of Ayamans, the museum displays collections of Archaeology, Fine Art and Decorative Art, as well as a magnificent collection of Gothic retables belonging to the Luliana Archaeological Society.

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Saturday: 10.00-19.00.
Sundays: 10.00-14.00.
Mondays and public holidays closed.
Admission 2,40 euro
Tel. (+34) 971 717540


Address: Joan de Saridakis, 29
The Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró has a permanent exhibition of the Miró collection and temporary exhibitions of other artists' work. It consists of several buildings housing the galleries, studios, a library, document centre… The premises of the Foundation are the result of a design by the architect Rafael Moneo in 1992. Although Catalan, Joan Miró always had close ties with the island, finally settling down in Cala Major in 1956. The Foundation, established in 1981, is one outcome of these links. Today, the Foundation is also a dynamic cultural centre where cultural activities of every description are organised for young and old.


The Foundation organises talks, courses, and seminars, as well as educational activities for children and young people. Tél. (+34) 971 701420.

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Saturday: 10.00- 18.00 (Winter) / 19.00 (Summer)
Sundays and public holidays: 10.00–15.00
Mondays: closed.
Admission–Residents: 1,80 euros. Non residents: 5 euros.


Address: Carrer d'en Calders, 2
Temporarily housed in St Peter's Chapel, in the 'Casa de la Iglesia' – the old seminary. Displays of works of art from the cathedral and churches and monasteries of Mallorca: Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque paintings and sculpture; silver and decorative art.

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 10.00-13.00 & 16.00-19.00
Sunday and public holidays closed
Admission 2 euro
Tel. (+34) 971 213100


Address: Carrer de la Portella, 9
This gallery was opened in 2002 and exhibits both the house of the painter J. Torrents Lladó, as it was when he lived there, and over 100 of his paintings. There are also temporary exhibition rooms.

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Friday: 10.00 - 18.00
Saturdays: 10.00-14.00
Admission 3 euro
Tel. (+34) 971 729835


Address: Carrer Zanglada, 2
This part of the building, which was previously joined to number 2 of the same street, conserves many Modernist details that are to be seen in the decoration of the courtyard and the stairway, which is the part of the original 17th century courtyard that has been most subject to change. At present the house can be visited as a museum.

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 10.00-15.00
Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays closed
Admission 6 euro


Address: Plaça de l'Almoina
The museum is in the ground floor of the bell tower of the Cathedral (13th – 14th century) and both the chapterhouses: the Gothic 14th century one and the Baroque 18th century chapterhouse. It has a collection of Gothic sculpture, painting and silver, and Baroque sculpture and silver.

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 10.00-18.15
Saturdays: 10.00-14.00
Tel. (+34) 971 723130


Address: Plaça de la Porta de Santa Catalina, 10
A variety of collections and visiting exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Sunday 10.00-20.00. Tel. (+34) 971 908200


Address: Camilo José Cela, s /n
This museum is inside Bellver castle and shows the visitor Palma's history and how the city evolved from the Bronze Age to the present day.

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 8.00-19.15.
Admission: 1,80 euro
Tel. (+34) 971 730657


Address: Dic de l'Oest. Porto Pi
The defense tower of the harbor of Porto Pi, castle of Sant Carles, was constructed in the 18th Century. Inaugurated in 1981, the museum shelters a collection of war pieces and military weapons from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. It includes five exhibition rooms of old weapons.

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 9.00-13.00
Saturdays: 10.00-13.00
Sundays and public holidays closed
Admission: 3 euro
Tel. (+34) 971 402145

Category: Palma

Palma has a magnificent collection of old buildings. We have divided into 2 sections, religious and civil, please follow the links to find out more.

Palma's Religious Architecture


Civil Architecture


Category: Palma

Palma is a city rich in religious architecture. Churches like Santa Creu, Sant Francesc and Santa Eulàlia are examples of a cultural legacy well worth discovering.

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Plaça de Sant Francesc
Basilica with a single nave and lateral chapels. It was started during the reign of Jaume II, in around 1281. The original Gothic church underwent changes later, such as the substitution of the beams for a domed roof, or the replacement of the façade for one with a doorway by Francisco Herrera. The cloister which adjoins the church and the convent is trapezoidal in shape with pointed trefoil arches. The progression of styles can be seen from the north gallery, the first to be built, to the one facing south, which was not finished until the 15th century.


Plaça de Santa Eulàlia, 2
Gothic, 12th-16th centuries. Neogothic reformation of the façade, 1894-1924. This is one of the first churches built after the Catalan conquest. Other than the Cathedral, it is the only gothic church in Mallorca with three naves. These are separated by two rows of columns and have a groined vault ceiling. The presbyter is polygonal shaped with chapels and an unusual apse aisle. The main altarpiece is baroque. The side chapels feature gothic paintings such as the Sleeping Virgin, the Catlar altarpiece, as well as the figures of the Sanskrit of the Miracle and the Madonna, this last one by Adrià Ferran. The entrance on the main façade – presided by a figure of Santa Eulàlia – and the pointy, neogothic church tower, were both designed by Joan M. Sureda i Verí.

Tel. (+34) 971 714625
Open from: 17.30- 20.30
Saturdays and Sundays: open during mass


Carrer de Sant Felip Neri, 1
The Gothic church from the XI century was substituted by a baroque temple, started in 1618 and renovated in 1859. The church is based on a single nave, with four side chapels and an apse with trapezoidal form. The chapels have a Gothic ribbed vault roof. The nave has a half-barrel roof design and that of the apse features a truncated cone section with pictorial decoration. The altarpiece is presided over by an image of the Virgin Mary and another of Sant Felip Neri. Worthy also of mention is the singular chapel of the Virgin de los Dolores, which features a different construction to the rest of the temple. It is based on an octagonal floor plan, with side chapels and retrochoir. It was constructed in the XVI century.


Carrer de Santa Creu
Santa Creu is one of the five medieval parishes in the city. The start of the works is documented as 1335. The church is based on a single rectangular nave. This is flanked by two side chapels that enclose the presbytery and describe a semicircle. An important piece is the Virgin Mary with baby Jesus, from the XV century, which is situated in a small niche on the left wall of the chapel of Saint Joseph. We shouldn’t forget the chapel of Santo Cristo of Santa Creu, the object of considerable public devotion.


Palma Cathedral

Carrer del Palau Reial, 29.
A Gothic temple (XIV – XVI c.), although the main gate is from the late renaissance, finished in 1601, the main façade is Neo- Gothic dating back to 1855. The south-facing gate is clearly Gothic, from the XIV century, while the north-facing gate, of l’Almoina, is from the XV century. La Seu (cathedral) has 6,600m2 of surface area and, according to the initial plans, 87 windows and 7 rose windows. Floor with three naves, with a Gothic ribbed vault ceiling, suspended by slender columns.

On the central apse one finds the chapel of The Trinity, where the sepulchres of the kings of Mallorca Jaume II and Jaume II are situated. The renovation works by Antoni Gaudí, in 1904, eliminated the central choir and recuperated the Gothic cathedral. Currently, the chapel of Sant Pere is being renovated under the supervision of Miquel Barceló.


Carrer Fonollar, 2
Built in the 13th century, the Santa Clara Church was first altered in the 15th century. The building as it stands today is the result of alterations in the 17th century. However, as these were basically confined to architectural decoration, it is still possible to see the medieval origins of the church from its structure. Apart from the portal - Baroque style - and the top part of the belltower, the design of the main facade is Mallorcan Gothic. The Baroque elements of Mallorcan convents predominate in its interior.


Palma's Civil Architecture

Category: Palma

The great examples of civil architecture such as the Consulado del Mar and the Almudaina Palace give one an idea of Palma’s history.

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palau-marchPALAU MARCH

Address: Carrer Palau Reial, 8
In the historic centre of Palma, close to the Cathedral and the Almudaina Palace, one can visit the Palau March (March Palace). Here there is a gallery housing sculptures by Rodin, Chillida and Henry Moore, among others; an 18th century Neapolitan Nativity Scene; murals By Josep Maria Sert; a collection of Romanesque and Gothic Carvings entitled ‘Virgins of Europe’; an exhibition of Gothic retables and painted panels, ‘Art of the Cathedrals’.

There is also a room of Mallorquin maps and the exhibition ‘Alchemy and Eternity’ by Dalí.


Monday to Friday: 10.00-17.00
Saturdays: 10.00-14.00
Sundays and public holidays closed
Admission: 4.50 euro
Tel. (+34) 971 711122.


la-lonjaLA LLOTJA

Address: Plaça de La Llotja
Commissioned by the Merchants’ Guild, and originally designed by Guillem Sagrera, the building is one of the main examples of civil Gothic and its initial purpose was as a place where commercial transactions could be carried out. It was finished by Guillem Vilesclars and Miquel Sagrera. Work started in 1420 and finished in 1452.

Continuing the tradition of the Catalan Gothic it comprises one large area divided by columns into three sections. The six central columns have a circular base and a spiralled shaft. La Llonja was the model for a number of other buildings with the same function, notably that of Valencia. Despite its generally austere lines, there are Flemish and Burgundian influences in some of the ornamental elements.

Opening hours: only exhibitions.
Tuesday to Saturday: 11.00-14.00 & 17.00-21.00
Sundays and public holidays closed
Admission free
Tel. (+34) 971 711705


the-almudaina-palacePALAU DE L’ALMUDAINA

Address: Carrer del Palau Reial, 20
The main entrance to the Almudaina Palace leads to the King’s (or Honour) Courtyard. Here is the Chapel of Santa Anna, which dates from the early 14th century and is attributed to Ponç Descoll. The doorway to the Gothic chapel is in the archaic Romanesque tradition, with a semicircular arch resting on capitals carved with scenes of fabulous beasts.

In the Palace Oratory, the Chapel of St. Praxedis with a figure dated 1458 is of interest, as is the 14th century Tinell or Throne Room, with its great pointed arches which support a pointed roof with two sloping sides, identical to the one in the Palace of the Kings of Mallorca in Perpignan.

Monday to Friday: 10.00-14.00 & 16.00-18.00
Saturdays and public holidays: 10.00-14.00
Sundays closed
Admission: 3.50 euros


Address: Carrer de la Concepció, 12
The building houses the Sa Nostra Cultural Centre, with exhibition and concert halls where lectures, courses, seminars, presentation of books etc. are held. It has a courtyard typical of the 18th century with segmental arches and red marble Ionic columns. The stairway, originally of two flights, was lengthened in a 19th century adaptation. The Modernist appearance of the façade is the result of reforms carried out by the architect Jaume Alenyà in 1909.

Tuesday to Friday: 10.30-13.30 & 16.00-18.00
Sunday and public holidays closed
Admission free
Tel. (+34) 971 725210


Address: Parc de la mar
This old barracks was built between 1774 and 1801 under the direction of Manuel Santander, Field Marshal and engineer. The area was the last bastion to be constructed and with it the fifth and final walled zone of Palma. It consists of a central courtyard surrounded by the city walls, some of which contain large rooms with barrel vaulted ceilings, the characteristic that give its name to this piece of architecture. (Voltes = vaults). Ses Voltes has belonged to the Council since 1985 and at present is a civic and cultural centre.

Tuesday to Saturday: 10.00-17.45
Sundays and public holidays: 10.00- 13.45
Monday closed
Admission free
Tel. (+34) 971 728739


Address: Plaça de Weyler, 3
Headquarters of the ‘La Caixa’ Foundation. The building was designed by the Modernist architect Lluís Domènec Montaner as a hotel, and was built between 1901 and 1903. Nonetheless, the decoration shows oriental and Neogothic influences: structures that crown the façade with eagle figures, capitals with floral designs, polychrome tiles.

Monday to Saturday: 10.00 - 21.00
Sunday and public holidays: 10.00 - 14.00
Admisión free
Tel. (+34) 971 178500

castillo-bellverCASTELL DE BELLVER

Address: Carrer Camilo José Cela
This was built by order of King Jaume II of Mallorca. The builder’s name was Ponç Descoll. It has a highly original circular ground plan, with three round towers, in addition to the main Tower of Homage, which is both round and outside the main castle building.

The central courtyard is very large and surrounded by a double arched gallery, with round arches on the ground floor and lancet arches on the second. The Museum of the History of the City occupies five rooms on the ground floor.

Monday to Friday: 8.00-19.15
Admission: 1.80 euro
Tel. (+34) 971 730657.

consulado-del-marConsulado del Mar - Maritime Trade Building

Address: Paseo Sagrera, 07012 Palma (Mallorca)

In this building, maritime trade and its activity were regulated.
It has a beautiful Plateresque gallery on the façade overlooking the sea. This gallery is made up of 5 arches separated by small grooved columns.
Origin: 16th Century.

Tel. +34 971716092


Palma's Religious Architecture


Category: Palma

Botanical garden and etnological park

Ctra. Selva-Caimari
Tel. 658 811 659

Spanish Village theme park

Reproductions of Spanish monuments
C/Poble Espanyol 39
Tel. +34 973 737 075

Sóller train

Link to website

Bungee Rocket

Closed in winter
C/ Punta Balena - 07181 Magaluf
Tel/fax: 971 135 965 - móvil: 670 290784

Golf Fantasía

C/ Tennis, 3 - 07181 Palmanova
Tel. 971 135040 fax 971 680392
Link to website


Camí de Sa Porrassa, s/n - 07181 Magaluf Tl. 971 131734 Fax 971 132449
Link to website

Talbert Bowls

Ctra. de Cala Figuera - Magaluf
Tl. 971 699 089 - 609 864 868

Jungle Parc Mallorca

Avenida Jaume I, 42
07180 Santa Ponça
Tel: +34 630948295
Link to website

Category: Palma

The Mallorcan tourism office run a great variety of guided walking tours, mainly in Palma, Mallorca and usually last between 1 and half hours and 3 hours. The tours are run on various days of the week and are conducted on different days in different languages, they offer English, Spanish (Castellano), Catalan or German. To join any of these tours costs 10€.

Below you will find information on booking these tours, which run all year round.

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Modernism (Art Decó) in Palma
The Convent of the Immaculate Conception - Palma de Mallorca
Evening Itinerary: The Tales and Legends of the City of Palma
The Jewish Quarter - Palma de Mallorca
Tradition and Modernity. Traditional Trade in Palma
The City and the Sea - Palma de Mallorca
Monumental Palma
Valldemossa - Valldemossa - Mallorca


Modernism (Art Decó) in Palma

Get to know the imprint modernism left on Palma through the buildings constructed in the early 20th century as a result of the aesthetic and innovative spirit that characterised the past century.
Modernism was introduced to Mallorca at the hands of representative figures in Catalan Modernism, such as Antoni Gaudí i Cornet and Lluís Domènech i Montaner, among others, who visited the islands. Buildings such as the Gran Hotel, Can Casassayas, Can Forteza Rey, etc., lend up colourful note to the austerity imposed by the manor homes in the historic centre.

The itinerary includes a visit to the collection of the modernist painter Hermen Anglada Camarasa which belongs to the Foundation ' La Caixa', located at Gran Hotel building.

Meeting point: Plaça de Cort, besides the Olivetree

Time: 10.30

Approximate length: 2 hours

The Convent of the Immaculate Conception - Palma de Mallorca

A unique opportunity to enter a cloistered convent and get to know the past and present of a religious community.
The Convent of the Immaculate Conception, which was founded in 1662 and housed the Capuchin Nuns, conserves singular spaces where popular architecture and objects linked to ancestral trades recall the Mallorca of olden days.

The silence and serenity contained within its walls are an enticing way to enjoy the heart of the city.

Meeting point: Plaça de Cort, besides the Olivetree

Time: 10.00

Approximate length: 2 hours

Evening Itinerary: The Tales and Legends of the City of Palma

This itinerary unveils the endless secrets, and curiosities and mysteries ensconced in the ancient stones of the city of Palma.
This itinerary introduces visitors to the tales and legends concealed in the streets and plazas of Palma's old quarter. True tales, in most cases, that were embellished with details provided by popular fantasy and turned into legends when transmitted through the oral storytelling tradition. A stroll during magic summer nights that shows a different side of the historic city centre.

Meeting point: Plaça de Cort, besides the Olivetree

Time: 09.00pm

Approximate length: 1.30 hours

The Jewish Quarter - Palma de Mallorca

Get to know the places where the oldest and largest synagogues, Hebrew schools and other landmarks stood.
A guided tour around what was one of the most important Jewish quarters in the medieval Mediterranean that illuminates its history, religion, culture and traditions.
The Call, or Jewish quarter, of Palma was home to sages, doctors, astronomers and the famous cartographers, Jafuda and Abraham Cresques.

The itinerary concludes with a visit to the Mallorca Museum.

Meeting point: Plaça de Cort

Time: 10:30 a.m.

Approximate length: 2 hours

Tradition and Modernity. Traditional Trade in Palma

This tour offers a historical and artistic insight into the district of Santa Eulalia, from its medieval origins up to the present day.
This tour offers a historical and artistic insight into the district of Santa Eulalia, from its medieval origins up to the present day. This area of Palma was one of the most important commercial centres of the old city and it housed many of the headquarters of the city's different trades.

As you stroll through its secluded streets, you will be given the opportunity to learn about age-old trades and professions and to discover some of Palma's most traditional trades, such as haberdashery, tailoring, basket-making, textiles, embroidery, leather or glass-making and silverwork.

Meeting point: Plaça de Cort, besides the Olivetree

Time: 10.30

Approximate length: 2 hours

The City and the Sea - Palma de Mallorca

Get to know Palma's fishermen's quarter par excellence: the Santa Cruz quarter.
Discover the places where Mallorca's great medieval cartography was developed, the exquisite revision of the Gothic style promoted by master builder Sagrera in the magnificent building known as La Lonja (the mercantile exchange), the grand manor homes that belonged to the wealthy traders who were closely linked to piracy, the Consulado de Mar and others. A stroll through the history, daily life, legends and dreams of a place that lived facing the sea for centuries.
The itinerary includes a visit to the Chapel of San Lorenzo and the religious art hall in the parish church of Santa Cruz.

Monumental Palma

Get to know the history of the city of Palma through a stroll around the heart of its historic quarter. Its Roman, Moorish, and Christian past makes it a surprising city well-worth enjoying.
Discover the monumental wealth of its buildings, plazas, palaces, courtyards and gardens, such as the Cathedral, the Almudaina Palace, the ancient walls, La Lonja (the mercantile exchange), the Arab baths and the Town Hall, through a tour through the city's secluded streets.

Palma, 365 days a year

The tour does not include visits inside the monuments.

Meeting point: Plaça de Cort, besides the Olivetree

Time: 10.30

Approximate length: 2 hours

Valldemossa - Valldemossa - Mallorca

'Nature has created everything the poet and painter could ever dream of in this place'
George Sand, A Winter in Mallorca.
This itinerary takes visitors around the streets, plazas and most picturesque spots in the village of Valldemossa, an introduction to the places that witnessed French writer George Sand's and Polish composer Frederick Chopin's stay on Mallorca.

The celebrated couple resided in this Mallorcan village during the winter of 1838-39. Its landscapes, peoples and customs made a strong impression on the writer, who would set them down years later in a book entitled 'A Winter in Mallorca' (1841).

During their visit, the couple stayed in cells at the Royal Carthusian Monastery, admission to which is included in the tour.

Meeting point: Costa Nord Cultural Centre, Valldemossa.

Time: 11.00 a.m.

Approximate length: 2 hours

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The transport infrastructure in Mallorca is very good. If you want to explore the island by bus or train it will certainly help if you are based in Palma.

The hub of the islands transportation network is based in the Plaza España, from here you can reach any part of the island. There is a bus that runs from the Airport directly to the Plaza España, connecting you to your final destination.

Maybe you would even like to travel by ferry to Ibiza or Menorca, while on you stay in Mallorca.

There are various forms of transport available


Category: Palma

There are so many places to visit in Palma it is difficult to know where to begin. The choice of what to include and what to leave out of this section has been a personal one, although most of the places included can not fail but to impress.

palma-promenadeOne of the best ways to start a visit to Palma, Mallorca is to take a stroll along its wonderful Promenade. Many of the sites listed here are visible from the promenade, which begins at Palma's port in the west of the city. Your stroll will take you past two of Mallorcas exclusive yacht clubs, which include some of the most beautiful and expensive yachts in the world. once you have finished admiring the yachts you will enter the fishing port, which is still very active.

On the opposite side of the road at this point you will find the Consulado del Mar and La Lonja. As you will probably need some refreshment by this point, I would recommend the square to the side of La Lonja as good place to stop, the refreshments and atmosphere are very pleasant. Continuing along the promenade you will reach The Almudaina Palace with The Cathedral situated to its right. Both of these fabulous structures are located on top of the old city walls and with a lake set in front of them, a awe-inspiring view.

The promenade continues past the Casco Antiguo, with the beautiful Parc del Mar in front, and into an area called Portixol, a small but very pretty area on the outskirts of Palma (Another fabulous place to have a coffee).


Category: Palma