Palma centre

Get lost in the streets of the old town of Palma and travel through hundreds of years of history. It is one of the most visited and best preserved old hulls in the Mediterranean and Europe. Each street and alley hides a treasure full of open doors and courtyards of old stately homes, modernist buildings or emblematic shops.

The old town is divided into two parts: the Palma Alta and the Palma Baja. You can start your tour by the sea and go up to the Cathedral. In Palma Baja you can find the Baluard de Sant Pere, the Porta de Santa Catalina, the church of La Asunción or the Casal Balaguer, where you can visit the best preserved courtyard of Palma.

Going up to the upper part you can find the Plaza Mayor, from which come two main arteries full of "hidden" squares and emblematic shops.

Following the route you will reach the Cathedral of Mallorca, the great icon of Palma. Spectacular inside, imposing, bright and elegant thanks to Gaudí and unique and vigorous thanks to the mural of Barceló.

Bellver Castle

Bellver Castle is a Gothic building built between 1300 and 1311 under the commission of James II with the function of becoming a palace-fortress that functioned as a royal residence.

The exterior area is designed as a defensive fortress surrounded by a moat, and its interior stands out for having a more palatial style with fine and elegant decoration.

You can visit the castle from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 19:00 and Sundays and holidays from 10:00 to 15:00 (April to September) and from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00 and Sunday and holidays from 10:00 to 15:00 (October to March). The price is €4 for adults and €2 for young people between 14 and 18, pensioners and pensioners. On Sundays admission is free.


If Mallorca is known for anything it is because of the amount of white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, solitary coves or rocky bays it has. Some of the most recommended to visit are the Cala Agulla, surrounded by pine trees and mountains and ideal for water sports. From there you can access Cala Mesquida, passing through Cala Moltó through an inland route.

Another paradisiacal beach is Portals Vells. This beach is characteristic for fine sand and for being preferred by family groups.