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Guided tours Palma

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Visits and cultural routes through the old town of Palma. All our guided tours combine history, legends, curiosities and anecdotes that make Palma a great little city with a unique historical legacy.

And unlike other tours, we adapt to you!

Our official and local guides are at your disposal to make the perfect guided tour for you. Choose from Spanish, English, German or French.

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Private tours in Mallorca

Discover the magical island of Mallorca with Mallorca Premium Tours.

We organise walking tours through some of the most charming and spectacular villages of la Serra de Tramuntana such as Valldemossa, Deià, Sóller and Port de Sóller.

Besides, you can also visit with us the spectacular Caves of Artà.

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Groups and companies

Mallorca Premium Tours organises activities for companies, team building or group of friends.

Here we will try to work mainly the creativity through imagination and teamwork, interpreting different roles and solving some of the most fascinating riddles of the city of Palma.

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What to see in Mallorca?

Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic Islands, a jewel of the Mediterranean that hides a great history, lots of monuments, curiosities, legends and many activities to do.

Discover the island of Mallorca with our official guides, exclusive tours from our experts.

Here are some ideas or activities of what to see and what to do in Mallorca.

Visit Valldemossa

If you come to Mallorca, you cannot miss the unique village of Valldemossa, located in a natural environment with a singular cultural heritage. It was built on the site of an old Islamic farmhouse more than 9 centuries ago.

You will find tiles in every doorway and façade that will lead you to the birthplace of the only Mallorcan Saint and patron saint of Valldemossa: Catalina Tomas i Gallard.

You can also visit the palace of King Sancho of Mallorca, which was later transformed into the Valldemossa Charterhouse.

Inside you will be able to recognise the cells of the Carthusian monks of the Order of Saint Bruno. From the 19th century onwards, they were adapted and converted into private quarters that were rented out to the first foreign travellers who came to the islands: Frédéric Chopin and his wife “George Sand”, as well as the famous Archduke Lluis Salvador.

To visit the village of Sóller is to travel back in time. Its curious name comes from the Arabic ‘suliar’, which means golden bowl, an apt name to describe the fertile valley of orange trees that surrounds it.

To wander through the streets of this beautiful town wrapped in black limestone is to mingle with the Mallorcan architecture and French-influenced palaces that coexist with Modernist buildings such as the neo-Gothic church of San Bartomeu and the bank of Sóller.

Try the original train and tram, which for more than a century connected this corner of the island with the city of Palma.

Visit Soller

Visit Deià

In a privileged enclave in the Serra de Tramontana, halfway between Valldemossa and Sóller, you will discover Deià. A magical place, surrounded by the torrent des Racó and its beautiful stone streets. If you go to the parish church of San Juan Bautista, just behind it is the cemetery. Many of the painters, musicians and poets who have lived in Deià and who came here in the 1960s and 1970s are buried there, such as the famous writer Robert Graves, whose tomb is today almost a place of pilgrimage and his house a museum.

But what really makes this place special is its location at the top of the village with incredible views of the Mediterranean Sea.


If there is a sacred place for anyone who practises cycling, it is Sa Calobra. The cycling route to and from this place is considered one of the most emblematic cycling routes in the world. A relentless 9.5 km climb that beats many top cyclists and awakens the ambition of many others looking to add a new challenge to their personal list.

How about enjoying, as long as it’s not high season, a beach with crystal clear turquoise waters surrounded by immense mountains.

The Torrent de Pareis at its mouth is the deepest canyon in Europe. Many hikers walk the route of the torrent in the months of low rainfall.

Visit Sa Calobra

Visit the monastery of Lluc

The Sanctuary of Lluc is a place of pilgrimage and considered a spiritual centre in Mallorca, founded at the beginning of the 13th century, which attracts pilgrims from all over the world. Its name (Lluc) comes from the name given by the Romans to the natural site where the sanctuary is located (Lucus), which meant “sacred forest”.

The Virgin of Lluc is the patron saint of Mallorca. Legend has it that a shepherd boy found the image of the Virgin of Lluc on the mountain while driving his father’s sheep and goats. The image was then taken to the local parish priest. However, the next day it reappeared in the place where the little boy had discovered it. It was therefore concluded that the Virgin wanted to remain there, so a small chapel was erected at the exact spot where she had been found.

Get to know the municipality of Alcudia with more than 2000 years of history, when the Roman consul Quintus Caecilius Metellus incorporated Mallorca into the Republic of Rome in the year 123 B.C., founding Palma and Pollentia.
During the Muslim domination it was a farmhouse, and after the Christian conquest, during the reign of Jaume II, the medieval walls surrounding the city centre were built. You can stroll around and contemplate from the top the beauty of this “most faithful city”, a title granted by Charles I in 1523 for remaining faithful and not joining the revolt of Ses Germanies.

You can also spend the afternoon on the beach of Alcanada, ideal for families as there is an area with trees where you can have a picnic in the shade. From the sand you can see the Alcanada lighthouse built in the 19th century.

Visit Alcúdia

Visit Pollensa

To walk through the town of Pollensa is to travel through more than 10 centuries of history. It is said that the area was known as Al-Bulansa in Islamic times and with the Romans as Pollentia, although the Roman city of Pollentia is currently in the municipality of Alcúdia.

The cultural richness of this medieval town, founded in 1229, shows us the Roman bridge, the parish church of Our Lady of the Angels, the tower of Albercuix, among others.

You will also enjoy the wonderful landscape that surrounds this place surrounded by high mountains, valleys and the coastline that has the longest coastline of the whole island of Mallorca.

The Cap de Formentor is a privileged enclave far from the most touristy areas of Mallorca that has served as inspiration for numerous artists who have found an escape valve for their poems and paintings.

It is made up of cliffs over 100 metres high from which we can enjoy spectacular views.

In addition to the different viewpoints and the marvellous calas to see in Formentor (Cala Formentor, Cala Figuera and Cala Murta), you must visit the Formentor lighthouse and the Albercuix watchtower. We also recommend you to visit the surrounding villages: Pollença, Alcúdia or Deià.

Visit the Cap de Formentor

Visit Artà and the caves of Artà

Totally off the beaten track of mass tourism, the municipality of Artà has managed to preserve the traditions of a hospitable and typically Mediterranean village.

You will enjoy its cobbled streets, the Conqueror’s Square and the Sanctuary of Mare de Déu de Sant Salvador. A mid-14th century building (completely restored in the 18th century), it is located at the top of Puig de Salvador, 509 metres above sea level. The views are spectacular.

Just 900 metres away, you will find the Talayotic settlement of Ses Païses, one of the most important and best-preserved archaeological sites in the Balearic Islands.
And finally, in the coastal area, about 12 km away, you can enter the marvellous caves of Artà.

If there is one market on the island that you cannot miss it is: the market of Sineu. Every Wednesday from 08:00 to 13:30 you will find all kinds of products: Fruit, vegetables cheese, oil, wine, sobrassada, olives… as well as being the only one that exhibits farm animals. Apart from the market, the village of Sineu has a very important medieval complex that was once home to one of the royal palaces of the independent kingdom of Mallorca. The stately houses in its historic centre, the parish church of Santa María de Sineu and the numerous windmills that reveal the town’s agricultural past are also worth mentioning.

Visit Sineu

Visit Binissalem

In Binissalem, you can find remains from the Talayotic, Roman and Islamic periods. Its wells and canals (reflected in the local toponymy) are remnants of other times.

In the 18th and early 19th centuries, there are buildings in Binissalem that have consolidated the village as a historic-artistic site (1983), such as Can Marc, Can Beltran, Can Garrover, Can n’Antic, Can Novell, Can Corneta, Can Tiró de Ses Bolles.

Considered the capital of the wine region, it was the first area to receive a DO (Denomination of Origin) in 1991. It is a good place to taste the local wines among its different wineries.

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Walking tours in Palma

Discover Palma de Mallorca with our private walking tours through the Old Town.

Take a walk and discover the history of the city of Palma de Mallorca. With our walking tours you can learn about the history of the old town of Palma together with its curiosities, anecdotes and magical corners that will make your visit a unique experience.

Private tours in Palma

Our walking tours are designed to discover Palma in a private way, without crowds and at your own pace. We adapt to your tastes.

With Mallorca Premium Tours you can design your own route or be guided by our official local guides to create your perfect walking tour for you and your companions.

Exclusive walking tours in Mallorca

In addition to walking tours through the Old Town of Palma de Mallorca, you can also discover some of the most charming towns in the Serra de Tramuntana such as Valldemossa, Sóller and Deià or even get to Artà, a small town in the eastern part of Mallorca and visit its magnificent caves, a wonder of nature.

Visit the Old Town Palma

An example of a private walking tour may be the main area of ​​the Old Town, also known as “Emblematic Palma”.

On this private tour you will discover the most emblematic historical buildings in the city of Palma de Mallorca, such as the Royal Palace of l’Almudaina, built during the Muslim period (10th century) and residence of governors and kings in Palma de Mallorca and of course the Cathedral of Mallorca, considered one of the most spectacular cathedrals in the Mediterranean Sea. In addition to strolling through squares, alleys and visiting the entrance to the Palma City Hall where the giants are exhibited, the famous “correfoc” del Drac de na Coca. Without forgetting the modernist and historicist buildings that since the 20th century we find in Palma such as Can Forteza Rey and Can Corbellà respectively.

Visit the Cathedral of Mallorca and the Bellver castle

On this private tour we will show you the jewels of Palma de Mallorca: The Cathedral of Mallorca (also known as La Seu) built between the 13th and 17th centuries in a Gothic style. Its location near the sea makes it the “Cathedral of the Sea”, the only cathedral reflected above the sea.

The other Gothic architectural wonder is Bellver Castle. Built in the 14th century by Jaume II, it was conceived as a palace-fortress for Mallorcan royalty and strategically located to prevent future attacks. This castle has a circular floor plan and has been used as a residence, a refuge in during plagues and rebellions, a military and civil prison and currently functions as a history museum for the city of Palma.

Visit Valldemossa and Sóller

Valldemossa, a place of peace and quietness. It is worth going through its cobbled streets and observing the entrance of the houses and businesses where we can find a small ceramic plaque with the image of the saint of Santa Catalina Tomàs. It is also essential to visit La Cartuja, an old 14th century royal palace, transformed into a Carthusian monastery in the 15th century and currently a museum; and taste its most exquisite pastry: the famous Coca de Patata.

Sóller stands out for the modernist buildings, built in the 20th century, highlighting the Can Prunera house-museum and the parish church of Sant Bartomeu. You cannot leave Sóller without having tasted homemade ice cream and oranges, or having travelled on the famous Tren de Sóller, a wooden train opened in 1912.