The Catholic faith made its entrance on Mallorca in 1229, when king James I of Aragon conquered Mallorca from the Moors. Most churches are built as traditional basilicas, with a single nave and 4-8 lateral side chapels. The churches contains a wealth of religious treasures to admire, from altarpieces, artworks and unique artifacts.

Churches on Mallorca

Cathedral of rural Mallorca

Churches on Mallorca

Church of Atotxa

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Blood (la Sang)

Churches on Mallorca

Church of Carmen

Churches on Mallorca

Church of Deià

Churches on Mallorca

Church of Lloseta

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Monti Sion

Churches & Monasteries in Palma

Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour