Palma de Majorca

One of the most iconic images of Palma is the majestic cathedral of Santa Maria, La Seu, a stunning example of Gothic architecture. Nearby you can walk down the Paseo del Borne, an elegant avenue lined with boutiques and cafes, explore the historic Royal Palace of Almudaina, witness to the island's rich history, or head for the charm of the La Lonja district, with its narrow streets and vibrant nightlife. If you are looking for culture, don't miss Es Baluard - Museum of Contemporary Art of Palma, which houses interesting works of contemporary and traditional art.

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Historic Center and Cathedral

Explore Palma's old town, where the Cathedral of Santa Maria (La Seu) stands. Built over a former mosque, La Seu is a sublime example of Gothic architecture with Renaissance elements. Don't miss the Royal Chapel and its rose window, one of the largest in the world. The Plaza de la Almoina and the Diocesan Museum offer a deeper insight into ecclesiastical history.

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Paseo del Borne

This elegant boulevard is famous for its designer stores, boutiques and cafes. Ideal for a leisurely walk, the Paseo del Borne has monuments such as the statue of Jaume III and the Teatro Principal. In summer, it becomes the scene of cultural events and parades.

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Palacio Real de la Almudaina

Located next to La Seu, this palace reflects the rich history of Majorca. Of Arab origin, later renovated in Gothic style, it offers decorated halls and terraces overlooking the sea. The guided tour reveals fascinating details about the Majorcan monarchy.

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Es Baluard – Museum of Contemporary Art of Palma

This contemporary art museum highlights Majorcan creativity. With works by local and international artists, Es Baluard offers a unique experience. Changing exhibits explore the evolution of art on the island, while the building itself is a fusion of old and new.

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Plaza Mayor

The social epicenter of Palma, this pedestrian plaza has arches, historic buildings and a lively atmosphere. In its cafes and restaurants you can enjoy the essence of the city. The market on Tuesdays and Saturdays is perfect for shopping for local products and handicrafts.

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La Lonja Neighborhood

With its cobblestone streets, La Lonja is famous for its nightlife. The church of San Francisco, with its gothic facade, dominates the square. Its bars and restaurants allow you to experience the vibrant energy of the city at any time of the day.

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Promenade and Harbour

This promenade runs along the coast and offers views of the sea and the city. With luxury yachts and restaurants by the water, it is the perfect place for a walk. The historic port is home to the Lonja de Palma and the Maritime Museum.

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Olivar or Santa Catalina markets

Immerse yourself in these bustling markets, where their colors and aromas will captivate you. Shop for fresh produce, from fish to local fruits. The food stalls offer an opportunity to sample the authentic Majorcan gastronomy and essence.