Palma local guide

Palma has for years now been awarded best city to live in in the world. That is quite an achievement for a city on the Balearic islands, here in the middle of the Mediterranean region.

Popular sights in Palma

Pueblo Espanyol (Spanish village)

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Santa Eulàlia

Popular sights in Palma

Palma Aquarium

Museums

Es Baluard

Museums & Exhibition Halls in Palma

La Llotja

Museums & Exhibition Halls in Palma

Arab Baths

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Palma Cathedral – Sa Seu

Popular sights in Palma

Antique train ride

Palma offers thousands of years of cultural diversity, perhaps this is why so many people feel at "home" in Palma.

This amazing city offers a wide variety of architectural pearls, urban atmosphere, historical places of interest and cultural manifestations.It will not take you many steps on the stone carved streets, to find out that this city is a tressure of history.

Popular sights in Palma

Pueblo Espanyol (Spanish village)

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Santa Eulàlia

Popular sights in Palma

Palma Aquarium

Museums

Es Baluard

Museums & Exhibition Halls in Palma

La Llotja

Museums & Exhibition Halls in Palma

Arab Baths

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Palma Cathedral – Sa Seu

Popular sights in Palma

Antique train ride

Sights in Palma

Cuevas de Genova

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Closed convent of Carmelitas

Sights in Palma

Consulate of the Sea

Sights in Palma

Can Bordils

Sights in Palma

Cal Comte de Montenegro

Sights in Palma

Ca’n Vivot

Museums

Mill Museum

Sights in Palma

Cultural Center of Palma

Sights in Palma

Ca’n Oms

Sights in Palma

Ca’n Oleza

Sights in Palma

Forn des Teatre

Sights in Palma

Can Casasayas

Sights in Palma

El Águila

Sights in Palma

Palma City Hall

Popular sights in Palma

Pueblo Espanyol (Spanish village)

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Saint John of Malta

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Convent of Capuchin Nuns

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Santa Fe

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Convent of Santa Clara

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Monti Sion

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Blood (la Sang)

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Sant Nicolau (Saint Nicolas)

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Convent and Church of Santa Magdalena

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Santa Margalida

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Santa Creu in Palma

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Sant Jaume

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Sant Miquel

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Santa Eulàlia

Popular sights in Palma

Palma Aquarium

Sights in Palma

Genova Caves

Museums

Es Baluard

Museums & Exhibition Halls in Palma

La Llotja

Museums & Exhibition Halls in Palma

Grand Hotel / CaixaForum

Museums

Ses Voltes

Museums & Exhibition Halls in Palma

Arab Baths

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Palma Cathedral – Sa Seu

Popular sights in Palma

Antique train ride

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Reial Convent de Sant Francesc

Hundreds of restaurants, tapas bars and small local eateries pops up in the narrow stony streets and the little courtyards inside Palma.

in campanet you will find great bars for eating luch and supper

Find your best accommodation in hotel, flat or villa in Palma de Mallorca

You can have everything you want in Palma - sea view, mundane hotels, local urban atmosphere.

Palma offers everything from small hostals to amazing luxury hotels situated in old mansions and palaces.

Rent a city bike, jump of a guided segway tour or tie your shoelaces and explore the city step by step. Palma offers a wide variety of activities to explore and do.

You can go to the beaches in Platja de Palma or Illetas, you can play golf, visit a waterpark, explore the seven seas in the amazing aquarium, enjoy a scenic marketplace or maybe shop until you drop.

Palma offers so many things to do, and you can do them all year round.

There are several markets in Palma - everyday!

Llotja de Peix:

Big fish market helfd on the docs by the harbour. Find the dock of Moll de Pescadors, where all the fishing boats arrive at 6 a.m.

Mercat Olivar:

The biggest fresh produce market in Palma, and maybe on the island, is held here in the big market old market building on Placa Olivar, just east of Placa d'Espanya. Find everything from juicy fruits to the best local cheeses and meat here.

Mercat Artesanal:

The big crafts market in the center of Palma in Placa Mayor. The market is everyday between 10 o'clock and 2 o'clock.

Mercat de Santa Catalina:

Santa Catalina is crowing in popularity every year. This is where the mundane people gathers to cultivate and maintain the urban lifestyle. Visit the market on Placa Navegacio and enjoy a new version of an old tradition.

Palma is located on the southwestern part of Mallorca.