Beaches, culture and tradition
What to see in Palma de Mallorca


Palma is the capital of the island of Majorca, and as such, presents the greatest variety of cultural and leisure activities on the island. Go on pleasant walks around the city’s historical and cultural points of interest including the Cathedral, Bellver Castle, Almudaina Palace and Parque del Mar. To truly understand the essence of Palma you need to discover all the different cultures that have passed through the island over time. You can also enjoy some retail therapy, as you can find an extensive shopping districts filled with a number of famous shops.

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    Palma de Mallorca Cathedral

    Gothic design
    Palma Cathedral, built in the 16th century, not catches the eye due to its sheer beauty, which is bound to steal your heart at the very first glimpse, but it also stands out for being the second tallest Gothic style cathedral in Europe.


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    Palace of the Almudaina

    An arabian palace
    The Royal Palace of La Almudaina, built in the Arabic era, can be found next to the Cathedral and is one of the residences of the King of Spain. At noon, you can see the changing of the guard, a spectacle certain not to disappoint!


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    Castle of Bellver

    Discover the circular castle

    The Bellver Castle is a Gothic style castle that was constructed in the 14th century by order of King Jaime II. It is one of the few circular castles in Europe, perched on top of a 112-metre hill with spectacular panoramic views of the city and surrounding forests.


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    A wealth of things to do
    There are so many things to discover in Palma at all times of day. Wander around the charming historical centre with an impressive variety of shops and cafes. You can also stroll along the seafront and enjoy a refreshing drink or an ice cream around the delightful La Lonja area.