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Passion for cruises

Passion for cruises

Palma, a cruise destination

Palma is establishing itself strongly as a destination for cruise ships. Its geographical location makes it an ideal Mediterranean base port.A city that is open to the sea, offering cruise visitors a very attractive destination with a large selection of quality tourist resources, open 365 days a year.

All information about the cruise ships that dock in Palma can be found on the website of the Port Authority of the Balearics. To see the 2017 cruise calendar, click here.

Palma in 1 day

Cathedral

Discover a city that is open to the sea!

On the morning of your first day, you can discover a city that is open to the sea. What better way than with a trip on the tourist bus? For a really memorable visit, start at the Plaza de la Reina, head through the gardens of S’Hort del Rei and carry on along the old city walls. Next to the imposing Gothic Cathedral you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Parc de la Mar, the cultural space of Ses Voltes and the bay, as well as visiting the Almudaina Palace or the Bishop's Palace. Calle Palau Reial leads to Plaza de Cort, where the iconic City Hall is located. From here you can head along some of the city's most distinctive shopping streets towards El Born, a delightful street full of exclusive shops...

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Palma in 2 days

A patio in Palma

One of the Mediterranean's most beautiful cities at your feet.

Day one:On the morning of your first day, discover a city that is open to the sea. What better way than with a trip on the tourist bus? For a memorable visit, start at the Plaza de la Reina, head through the gardens of S’Hort del Rei and carry on along the old city walls. Next to the imposing Gothic Cathedral you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Parc de la Mar, the cultural space of Ses Voltes and the bay, as well as visiting the Almudaina Palace or the Bishop's Palace.Calle Palau Reial leads to Plaza de Cort, where the iconic City Hall is located. From this point you can head along some of the city's most distinctive shopping streets towards El Born, a delightful street full of exclusive shops. Take a peaceful stroll and visit the exhibitions and tourist information office in the elegant Casal Solleric...

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