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Palma de Mallorca, Majorca (Mallorca), Balearic Islands, Spain

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The capital of Majorca set in the magnificent bay of Bahia de Palma

Palma Attractions & Places to Visit

Arab Baths



Built by the Moors, one of very few Moorish remains on Mallorca.


Arab Baths Palma

Arab Baths Palma


Palma Cathedral - La Seu



The most eye catching building in Palma de Mallorca is the Cathedral, in a prominent position overlooking the harbour. The cathedral is a magnificent building built in the 14th century mainly in the Gothic style.


In the 20th century the famous arictect Antoni Gaudi  renovated sections of the interior and main facade


This beautiful building is simply called La Seu by the locals


The cathedral is the most iconic building for the entire island of Mallorca


Palma Cathedral - La Seu

Palma Cathedral - La Seu


Bellver Castle (Castillo de Bellver)



Bellver Castle Palma

Bellver Castle Palma


The Bellver Castle (Castillo de Bellver) is an imposing 14th century castle fortress located on top of a pine forested hill, inland from the El Terreno district of Palma.


The castle at one time was a prison holding French soldiers whose carved graffiti can still be see on some walls.


What is unusual is that the largest tower is located outside the main castle walls in a wider section of the dry ditch.


The castle walls are circular with the buildings built into the wall. There is a large circular central courtyard with a well in it.


View from the ramparts are spectacular


The castle now housing a museum.

How to get there

  • Hop on Hop off Tourist Bus
  • Taxi
  • Car to the Car Park
  • Walk along footpaths through the woods up the steep hill
  • Stairs from very near where Calle Drecera meets the woods


Poble Espanyol Palma - Spanish Village



Poble Espanyol Palma

Poble Espanyol Palma


Poble Espanyol in Palma is a purpose built 'old walled town' that opened in the 1970's.


Poble Espanyol translates to Spanish Village, and the village contains the different styles of Spanish architecture from many of the Spanish regions and some copies of famous Spanish buildings, almost an open air museum.


Look out for:

  • Granada's Alambra Myrtel Courtyard
  • Arabic Baths
  • El Greco's house in Toledo

Musical events and various festivals are celebrated in the village square / market place.


Location: Son Españolet district




Almudaina Palace (Palau de l' Almudaina)



Alamundia Palace Palma

Alamundia Palace Palma


The Royal palace, was the residence of earlier kings and built in the 14th century


The Palace is located opposite Palma Cathedral



Casa Berga



A beautiful building with a noteworthy Baroque balcony, now the province's court house


Consulado del Mar



17th century building now the offices of the autonomous government for the Balearic's



Joan Miro's art foundation (Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró



Joan Miro's art foundation is located in the Palma studios of the dead artist. There are over 100 paintings , 100s of drawings and a small number of sculptures in the famous male artists collection.


A shop on site sells prints and souvenirs


Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró a Mallorca, C. Saridakis, 29, 07015 Palma - Illes Balears, España


Bus route: 3 from Plaça Espanya,

Bus route: 6 from Plaça de la Reina


La Llotja



Gothic architecture at it's best. Now the Museum of Arts. Look at it's facade and interior. Just to the rear of this building is a nightlife area



Military Museum



Palma Marina



Palma Marina

Palma Marina


Like any resorts the Marina is always an attraction, as is the port with the larger ships and ferries entering, leaving or docking in the port



Town Hall (Ajuntament)



Town Hall Palma

Town Hall Palma


The town hall, located in Plaza de Cort

Shopping in Palma

Shopping in Palma

Shopping in Palma


Shopping in Palma de Mallorca is a must for shopaholics. there are plenty of designer gear from houses such as Bear, Levis, Lacoste. Mango, Massimo Dutti, Pull , Zara, Zara Home.


Try out the following areas:


Av. Jaime lll



Av. Jaime lll is the main shopping street in Palma.

Both sides of the avenue are colonnaded with a large number of very high class shops and boutiques. It is also home to department stores such as

  • The Corte Inglés department store - Avenida Jaume III, 15.
  • C&A opposite Passeo de Bon



Plaza Joan Carlos l



Located in central Palma wander into the area behind the Bosh bar for a mass of small boutiques selling top designer goods

Check out these streets Carrer Unio, Placa del Mercat, San Miguel, Pelaires, Can Asprer, Iglesia de Santa Eulalia


Avenida de Alexandre Rossello




El Corte Inglés department store, Avenida de Alexandre Rosselló, 12-16

This is a far larger store than the one in Avenida Jaume III, and has 9 shopping floors and 4 car parking floors.


In this massive El Corte Ingles department store, ladies will love the multitude of designer labels


There is a Sports Annex on the Corner of Calle Avda Aragon / Alexandre Rosselló


Porto Pi shopping centre



Porto Pi is the largest shopping centre, located in the Western side of Palma housing a multitude of well known shops and designer labels, along with bars & restaurants.


Multi screen cinema on top floor


Located on the Western end of Paseo Maritimo just past the Cruise Liner pier


Porto Pi Centro, Av. Gabriel Roca 54, Palma Porto Pi, 07015

Telephone +34 971 701 500


Weekly Markets



  • Mondays: Plaça Major Handicraft market, except during the months of January and February)
  • Tuesdays: Can Pastilla, Pere Garau, Santa Catalina
  • Wednesdays: S'Arenal, Es Coll d'en Rabassa, Son Roca
  • Thursdays:  Can Pastilla, Pere Garau, Santa Catalina
  • Fridays: Handicraft market La Vileta Plaza Major (),
  • Saturdays: Jumble sale (on the Avenidas), Pere Garau, Santa Catalina, Son Ferriol
  • Saturdays: Handicraft market Plaza Major

The following are seasonable markets :

  • Every Evening: - Handicraft market on the square at the Les Meravelles beach (Platja de Palma) 20:00 - midnight. From the 1st May to 31st October
  • Fridays and Saturdays: Handicraft market in El Molinar on the Passeig del Born.  20:00 - midnight. June to September
  • Saturdays:  Handicraft market in El Molinar on the Passeig del Born.  10:00 -14:00 hours. October to May
  • Every day handicraft market at the Plaza Mayor 10:00 to 14:00 hours. August & September plus Holy Week and the following week.
  • Daily: Handicraft market on the Plaza Mayor 10:00 to 20:00 hours.  16 December - 5 January

Plaza Espanya

Plaza Espanya is the transport hub of Palma. With local buses along


There are 2 series of windmills in Palma.


Windmill Palma

Windmill Palma

Palma Nightlife and Bars

King Kameha Club Palma

King Kameha Club Palma


Most of Palma's nightlife, bars and clubs is located:

  • Around the rear of La Llotja especially C/Apuntadors which runs parallel and a 4 streets back from the sea front
  • In the western side of the City along the seafront of Passeig Maritimo / Autovia de Pontente and the parallel road Av de Joan Miro, especially around Placa Gomila.
  • Further out in the beach resorts of the suburbs - Playa de Palma, Callor Major etc.


Titos disco  Entrances in Passeig Maritimo and Placa Gomila

Crazy Cow Passeig Maritim 33


A Free 2 weekly magazine 'Youthing' with the latest information is available in many nightlife venues

Restaurants in Palma

Palma Cafe Culture

Palma Cafe Culture



The Amano Bar great salad bar and dips



The Amano Bar is ideal for a quick lunch or snack. Located in the heart of the city, with a superb cafe culture feel and is recognised for its superb olive oil dips and salad bar.

Address: C/Sant Magi


Chopin one of the best a la carte Restaurants



Chopin is one of Palma's most enjoyable restaurants with style, elegance and charisma. Reservations are recommended it's usually bursting with refined diners who know a great restaurant. Swedish owned and offering a French and International menu.

Address: C/Puigdorfila between Conquistador and Plaza Mercat)

Tel No:00 34 971 723 556


La Boveda - Palma's best-known tapas bar



La Boveda is an excellent La Boveda and probably Palma's best-known tapas bars. This is because . Its selection of tapas are extremely tasty and also inexpensive.


Local Buses

City buses



EMT (Empresa Municipal de Transports) Municipal Transport CompanyThe main local transport system is run by the Municipal Transport Company - EMT (Empresa Municipal de Transports)




Click for EMT Bus Route information

Palma Intermodal Station

Balearic Islands TransportTIB BusesTIB Metro (Tube)TIM Trains

TIB - Bus - Metro - Train

Intercity buses are operated by different bus companies under the organisation of

TIB - Transportes de la Illes Balears - Balearic Islands Transport organised the transport on Mallorca. Which includes Buses - local and longer distance, Underground metro and 2 train companies.


In Palma the central hub for the transport is Placa Espanya


Palma Bus Metro Train Station

Palma Bus Metro Train Station
Main Entrance with stairs or Escolators to take you down 1 Level


Palma Station Info Office

Palma Station Info Office

Placa Espanya Palma Exhibition for Kids

Placa Espanya Palma Exhibition for Kids
Lift to underground station Centre Left


Palma Station Ticket Office

Palma Station Ticket Office



Mallorca Intercity buses  TIB



Palma Bus Station

Palma Bus Station Palma Bus Station Sign

Palma Bus Station Sign



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Metro and Trains (Tren)

Palma Train Station

Palma Train Station




Metro Underground

Station- Train to Soller

Metro trains are every 15 minutes from


The line is just over 7 kilometres with a journey time of 13 minutes


Metro stations:

1. Plaça d'Espanya  
2. Jacint Verdaguer 
3. Son Costa - Son Fortesa 
4. Son Fuster Vell (Ctra. Bunyola) 
5. Son Castelló industrial estate
6. Gran Vía Asima 
7. Cami dels Reis 
8. Son Sardina 
9. University of the Balearic Islands


Intercity Trains (Tren)



Palma - Inca - Manacor or Sa Pobla


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Tourist Train to Soller

Station Train to Soller First Class on Soller Train

Soller Train


The ancient Palma - Soller railway that goes over and threw the mountains, Serra de Tramuntana. This is a must do trip and can be combined with the tram from Soller to Puerto Soller then a boat trip to the magical Sa Calobra and then a short walk, about 600 metres, from the jetty, past some cafes, through a tunnel the to Torrent de Parlos a deep gorge ravine heading inland from the beautiful beach. 


I recommend the full return trip - Train, Tram and Boat for a supreme full day out.


After leaving the station the train with it's whistle blowing warnings runs along the streets and roads of Palma, like a tram. There must be some traffic light contol system for the train because it get green lights all the way.

Cruise Ships

Cruise Ships Palma
Cruise Ships Palma


Mallorca - Ibiza



Operated by:

  • Trasmediterránea (Palma -Ibiza)
  • Balearia (Palma -Ibiza)


Mallorca - Menorca



Operated by:

  • Trasmediterránea (Palma -Mahón)
  • Balearia (Alcúdia -Ciutadella)
  • Iscomar (Alcúdia -Ciutadella)
  • Cape Balear (Cala Ratjada -Ciutadella)


Mallorca - Mainland



Palma - Barcelona

Operated by:

  • Trasmediterránea
  • Balearia
  • Iscomar

Palma - Valencia

Operated by:

  • Trasmediterránea
  • Iscomar

Palma - Dènia (Via Ibiza)

Operated by:









Cape Balear

Palma Bullring (Plaza de Toros de Palma)

The bullring in Palma Plaza is located 600 metres North North East of Placa de Espanya

Package Holidays to Palma de Mallorca Hotels information

Palma is a large city build on the coast in the large Bay of Palma.  The central section of the city has no beaches, only a massive port and marina that handles, cargo vessels, massive cruise liners, ferries, small pleasure vessels and fishermen's boats.


Large Beaches can be found in the cities Eastern outskirts and suburbs of Playa de Palma, S'Arenal, and smaller ones in the West of Cala Major and Illetes


There are plenty of local buses from Palma to the beaches, fares around €1.25


Because of the lack of beaches in central Palma the British tour operators do not go to Palma, which is a shame because there is so much to do and see in this historic City.


But do not worry our main Hotel Booking agent Sunshine Holidays supply Accommodation - Hotels or Apartments along with Flights and Airport Transfers.


Our other main booking agent 'Booking', supplies Accommodation only.

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The following links can be used to book Flights and Airport Transfers.



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