Palma de Mallorca Things to Do

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  • 1. Le Seu Cathedral

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hard to miss this attraction and has to be on the 'to-do' list of any visitor to Palma. Coming from the airport you get your first view of the Cathedral dominating the city skyline. The outside is...

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  • 2. Soller

    More or less close to Palma de Mallorca, you`ll find some nice small, picturesque villages to visit: I went to Valdemossa on one day. There I visited the cultural centre "Costa Nord" which was...

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  • 3. Castillo de Bellver

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dominating the landscape, this castle atop the hill is a failed temptation - Fernanda accuses me of being a castle maniac, and, to prove that I'm not "castle dependent" I missed this one. But I...

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  • 4. Arab Baths

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    You had a good lunch, it’s "forbidden" to go to water, and you need a cool place to spend digestion time. Well, you may use the shades of the narrow streets in the old town, and visit the Arab...

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  • 5. Cap de Formentor

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Cap de Formentor is situated at the north east side of the island. It is a very winding road that leads to the lighthouse which is at the end of the peninsular. If you don't have time to do the...

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  • 6. La Almudaina

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The impressive Moorish architecture of the Palacio de la Almudaina or the Almudaina Palace preserves the history of its past. Once a Moorish fortress, it was converted after the conquest by Catalan...

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  • 7. Cuevas de Drach

    The Cuevas del Drach are a large underground cave system with amazing caverns full of stalagtites and stalagmites. At the bottom of the caves there are water filled caverns, and an ampitheatre where...

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  • 8. Aqua Marine Park Marineland

    When you go to Marineland you buy a ticket and you can stay there all the day. During the day there are several spectacles with animals, you can watch them or you can see the animals and go out. I...

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  • 9. Valdemossa

    A visit to Valdemossa is quite worth it. The town is small and nice. The place is famous for two things: George Sand and Frederic Chopin spent a winter of 1838-1839 here, and Santa Catalina Tomas was...

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  • 10. Placa Major - Placa dei Rei

    A colourful Spanish square entered through wonderful high domed entrances - there are some street entertainers here and some art on work although nothing of any note the September morning we...

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  • 11. Parc de la Mar

    Overlooked by the cathedral the small park in front of the old city walls that include a lake and some fountains was hard to be missed. The area was created in the 1960s, until then it was just the...

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  • 12. Almudaina Palace

    Pics: - Main: Despacho de la Reina (Study of the Queen): The Monarchs held their private lunch and meetings with their consellors. - Second: Despacho del Rey (Study of the King): The surrender of the...

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  • 13. Island Maps

    get free maps at the tourist office or from your hotel reception (printed free of charge for you by the big El Corte Ingl´es chain) and save yourself 5 or 6 euros. they have a map of palma on one...

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  • 14. Walking

    Enjoy a relaxing walk along The Paseo Maritimo which runs from the Cathedral to the Port area. This is basically the Prom and stretches for a couple of miles and passes the marina heading west. The...

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  • 15. Santa Eulalia Church

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Close to Palau Vivot, the church of Santa Eulalia, in the square with the same name is one of the oldest and more important of Palma. Coming from the 12th century it suffered drastic changes,...

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  • 16. Old Town

    While visiting Palma, you will be surprised by the number of ancient churches, especially in the old part of town. After visiting the Cathedral, you walk north a couple of hundred yards before...

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  • 17. Shopping

    Shopping at Porto Pi (lots of fun shopping, as seen on the pic!!) Lots of shops you won't find at home!! Oh well, Zara's coming to Helsinki soon... Anyway, the grocery store is really good there,...

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  • 18. Town Hall

    Not far from Le Seu Cathedral and located on the Placa de Cort is the "Ajuntament" or "Town Hall" building. I thought this was a beautiful building because of its perfect proportions, graceful balcony...

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  • 19. Paseo Maritimo

    In the Paseo Maritimo there are lot of things to see. There are many different monuments. This one for example. With the horoscope and their meaning according to the longitudinal and azimutal position...

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  • 20. Spanish Courtyards

    The history of Palma's courtyards dates back to the thirteenth century, with the advent of the Gothic period, and culminated between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. The city's most prominent...

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  • 21. Sa Calobra

    nice street to do... big turn to go down to the sea... It should be one the most big mountain street in Europe. It's nice to look the street from the high.. you can see "a snake" along the mountain...

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  • 22. Torrent de Pareis

    Torrent de Pareis is a unique location...it's a tiny beach spot, between 2 very high mountains... It has been described as 'a dream of titans hidden between the high mountains of Sierra...

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  • 23. Bellver Castle

    Here is a panoramic city view I took from Bellver Castle looking out towards the bay and old town. In the foreground is the city center. You can make out the Club Nautico. To the right, in the bay...

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  • 25. Ancient Olive Tree Graces Placa de Cort

    This beautiful, but gnarled olive tree grows in the Placa de Cort, in front of the Ajuntament or Town Hall building. Protected and surrounded by flowers, it...

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