La Seu Cathedral: This stunning Gothic cathedral dominates the Palma skyline and is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Visitors can admire its intricate facade and towering bell tower, as well as its beautiful stained glass windows and ornate interior.
Bellver Castle: This unique castle is located on a hill overlooking Palma and offers stunning views of the city and surrounding countryside. Visitors can explore its circular layout and Gothic-style architecture, as well as its museum of municipal history.
Palma Old Town: The historic center of Palma is a maze of narrow streets, beautiful architecture, and charming plazas. Visitors can stroll through the old town’s winding alleys and discover its many hidden gems, including beautiful courtyards, quaint shops, and cozy cafes.
Palma Aquarium: This modern aquarium is home to thousands of sea creatures from around the world, including sharks, rays, and sea turtles. Visitors can walk through the aquarium’s many exhibits and even dive with the sharks if they dare.
Es Baluard Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art: This museum showcases a wide range of modern and contemporary art, including works by local and international artists. Visitors can admire its striking architecture and enjoy its many exhibitions and events.
Placa Major: This bustling plaza is the heart of Palma’s shopping and dining district, and is surrounded by beautiful architecture and historic buildings. Visitors can sit in one of its many cafes and restaurants, or simply soak up the lively atmosphere.
Palau de l’Almudaina: This beautiful palace was originally built by the Moors in the 10th century and later expanded by the Spanish royal family. Visitors can explore its many rooms and gardens, which offer stunning views of the sea and the city.
Mercat de Santa Catalina: This vibrant market is one of Palma’s most popular attractions, offering a wide range of fresh produce, seafood, and local specialties. Visitors can sample the many flavors of Mallorca and soak up the lively atmosphere of the market.
Paseo Maritimo: This scenic promenade runs along the Palma waterfront and offers stunning views of the sea and the city. Visitors can walk, bike, or rollerblade along the promenade, and stop at one of its many cafes and restaurants for a drink or a meal.
Fundacio La Caixa: This cultural center hosts a wide range of exhibitions, concerts, and events throughout the year, showcasing the best of Mallorca’s arts and culture scene. Visitors can enjoy its many activities and programs, or simply admire its striking architecture and beautiful setting.