DISCOVER & ENJOY
Palma de Mallorca is the island's capital city and one of the prettiest and most popular spots in the Mediterranean. In addition to its landmark buildings, Palma also has major shopping areas, spots overflowing in tradition, as well as streets and niches for you to discover the special charm of the city.
A GOTHIC JEWEL
CATHEDRAL OF PALMA
In addition to having the largest rose window in Europe, the cathedral in Palma de Mallorca is renowned for its important architectural value and exceptional location.
CULTURAL HERITAGE OF PALMA
One of the most important Gothic buildings in the city, it is impossible to ignore the singular beauty of the structure on a stroll along the seafront.
PASEO DEL BORNE
In the past, this avenue would host jousts between knights. Nowadays, it is home to Palma's most exclusive boutiques.
A STROLL AMIDST TREES AND FOUNTAINS
S'HORT DEL REI GARDENS
These gardens, located near the Cathedral, offer visitors the chance to while away the time far from the city's hustle and bustle and enjoy this urban nature spot.
STREETS AND BUILDINGS FILLED WITH TRADITION
There is nothing better than a stroll around the narrow streets and small squares filled with traditional shops to discover the Old Town.
MODERN AT MUSEUM
The museum opened in 2004 and is located in the old Sant Pere defensive bastion. It houses works by artists as varied as Joan Miró, Marina Abramovic and Miguel Barceló.
PALMA TOWN HALL
PLAZA DE CORT
Located in Plaza de Cort square, one of the busiest commercial areas of Palma, the 17th-century Town Hall building is open to visitors.
PLACE OF LA ALMUDAINA
AN EMBLEMATIC BUILDING
Used today as the official island residence of the Spanish monarchy for hosting receptions and ceremonies, this building has been home to many Spanish kings and queens throughout its seven centuries of history.
CASTLE OF BELLVER
A UNIQUE FORTRESS
The oldest circular castle in Europe is located on top of a hillside offering some of the best panoramic views over the city.