A journey on Spain’s oldest boat
Sailing at full sail with the smell of the sea breeze
A route around Palma’s Jewish quarter.
A walk around what used to be Call Maior, the city’s Jewish quarter.
A tour of Palma’s old walls
A walk that will give you an idea of the city’s medieval glory
Ajuntament de Palma - The great house, the house of Cort
The seat of Palma City Council, the Ajuntament, is located in a historic building in the heart of Palma.
Almacenes L’Águila - Modernism with a Viennese accent
A department store with an artistic and functional façade
An unbeatable array of water sports
If you like the sea and sports, then welcome to Palma.
Antigua Casa de las Medias - Under the influence of Gaudí the master
Triangular balconies on a unique façade
Arab baths - The Moorish footprint
An essential visit to one of the great legacies of Moorish architecture.
Arco de la Almudaina
A Roman gateway to an unmissable street
Art galleries - Contemporary art on every corner
Spaces for discovery, shopping and learning
Baluard des Príncep
Symbol of the medieval defence of the city
Bellver Castle - The best views of Palma
Palma’s unique circular Gothic castle
Cabrera Maritime-Terrestrial National Park
Cal Bauló and Cal Capità Flexes
The houses of the privateers
Cal Comte de Montenegro - The strength of lineage
The home of cardinal Despuig
Can Balaguer - Palma’s great courtyard
A must-see, a journey in time
Can Barceló - Goldsmithing with tiles
Botanical motifs make for an emblematic façade
Can Bordils - Recovery in style
The building is home to the Palma Municipal Archive
Can Casasayas - Modernist symmetry
Wavy façades gazing at each other
Spectacular stained-glass windows in the heart of Palma