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Palma de Mallorca city center Information
The principal city of Mallorca is Palma. This place combines elements of two different worlds such as the African and the European one due to its key position. The population of the city is about 300,000 people, a big, busy place, but
the old part of the town around the Cathedral is the most touristic.
It is rather interesting to admire the architecture of Palma as there is a mixture of different styles such as Gothic, Renaissance and Moorish ones. There are Arab baths, impressive castles, narrow streets plus yacht harbors and beaches that make Palma a quite attractive place to visit. You will be amazed by the numerous winding streets that are full of surprises.
Its history reflects on the buildings for instance the Arab baths, the castles or the Cathedral that makes it motivating to explore.
In addition Palma offers the opportunity to rest or eat to a numerous locations, some free like parks and boulevards and other in combination with visits to museums and other monumental. For those who are mostly interested to relax and sunbathing, beaches are too close, and the water is wonderfully clear.
Palma is a hot destination and gets better each time we visit. There are fashionable boutiques, avant-garde art galleries, modern architecture, plus a superb cathedral, two harbors full of mega-yachts, pavement cafes, tapas bars, outstanding restaurants and a very busy nightlife.
Among the best sightseeing is La Seu that is Palma's renown Gothic cathedral which dominates the waterfront. La Seu Cathedram is a unique example of Gothic architecture and its construction it took up to 500 hundred years to complete.
Another important sight is the Palau de l'Almudaina that used to be a Moorish palace which was later on remodeled in Gothic style by the Kings of Mallorca.
Castell de Bellver is also a not to miss sight with a well-preserved 14th-century royal fortress built on a hill.
- Antique Dolls Museum
- Arab Baths
- Basilica of Sant Franesc
- Castell de Bellver
- Cathedral Museum
- Church of Sant Jeroni
- Church of Sant Miquel
- Church of Santa Eulalia
- Consolat de Mar
- Diocesan Museum
- Es Baluard
- Fundacio Pilar i Joan Miro
- La Caixi Foundation
- La Llotja
- Palau March
- Palma Aquarium
- Parc de la Mar
- Passeig de la Rambla
- Placa del Marques de Palmer
- Placa Major
- Placa Weyler
- Poble Espanyol
- Templar Chapel
- Vintage Train
- Museu de Mallorca
- Museum of Contemporary Art
- Olivar Market
- Palace de l` Almudaina
- Palma Harbour walks
- Palma Cathedral
- Es Baluard contemporary art museum
- Palau March Museum
- Fundacion La Caixa
- Llotja del Peix (Fish Market Es Moll de Pescadors Mon - Sat 6 am)
- Mercat Artesanal (Craft Market) Placa Major 31 Mon - Sat 10-2pm in summer. Fri & Sat only in winter
- Mercat Olivar (Fresh Produce) Plaza Olivar (Near Placa d'Espanya) Mon - Sat 7- 2pm
- Pere Garau (Livestock) Placa Pere Garau Mon-Sat 7-2pm
- Rambla(Flower Stalls) Passieg de la Rambla Mon - Fri 8 – 2am, 5pm – 8pm, Sat 8 – 2pm
- Rastro (Flea Market) Avinguda Gabriel Alomar i Villalonga Sat 8 - 2pm
- Santa Catalina (Fresh fruit and vegetable market) Placa Navegacio Mon - Sat 7 - 2pm