Guided tours in Palma
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Enjoy a different experience with Mallorca Premium Tours. We organise walking tours through the old town of Palma. In all our guided tours we combine history, legends, curiosities and anecdotes that make Mallorca, an island 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.
You can make visits in Spanish, Catalan, English and French. Feel free to ask us!
Old town Palma
Are you visiting Palma and don’t know where to start?
We offer you a private tour through the old town of Palma to explore its alleys, and monuments, learn more about the local history and find out some of the most popular Mallorcan sayings on the island.
Cathedral of Mallorca
Would you like to visit one of the most stunning cathedrals?
Do not miss our guided tour of the Cathedral of Mallorca, also known as La Seu de Mallorca.
Discover its history, its evolution and the details of one of the highest European cathedrals: the Cathedral of Santa Maria de Mallorca
Mysteries and legends of Palma
Do you like to get lost through the streets, feel and imagine what happened a long time ago?
Discover the secrets, mysteries and legends of Palma de Mallorca.
Walk with us through the streets and alleys of the Old Town of the city while we will explain some of the legends, curiosities and mysteries that Palma hides.
Have you ever heard about dynasties, dark secrets, betrayals and alliances?
After the famous Christian conquest by the Aragon kingdom during the 13th century, the Independent Kingdom of Mallorca was created and with it an important cultural and heritage legacy that today we can still visit.
During this guided tour, we will show you one of the crown jewels of Palma: the Bellver castle.
What to see in Palma de Mallorca?
Palma de Mallorca is the capital of the island of Mallorca. A small city full of history, monuments and heritage.
Discover Palma with our official guides. An exclusive and private tour just for you.
Find out what to see and what to do in Palma de Mallorca.
Cathedral of Mallorca
Known as La Seu or the Cathedral of the Sea, Palma de Mallorca Cathedral is one of the island’s Gothic jewels.
Its construction began in the 13th century and was completed in the mid-17th century.
It is considered the emblem of the city of Palma and, thanks to its location, a jewel of the Mediterranean.
Discover the most surprising transformations of this building on our walking tour of the Cathedral of Mallorca: from the reform of the main façade in the 19th century, through the liturgical reform by Antoni Gaudí at the beginning of the 20th century and ending with the contemporary artwork by Miquel Barceló.
This new architectural style arose in Europe at the end of the 19th century and is characterised by its bold and vibrant style.
It is a type of urban architecture and its model is the apartment buildings commissioned by the new bourgeoisie, enriched by commerce and industry.
In Palma, we must highlight the Gran Hotel, a pioneer in the luxury hotel industry in Mallorca, the twin buildings of Can Casasayas and the Pensión Menorquina, the old shopping centre of l’Àguila and the single-family house of Can Forteza Rey.
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Call jueu: The Jewish Quarter
The Jewish quarter or Call jueu was the area of the city where the Jewish community lived.
During the Middle Ages and part of the Modern Age, there were two very important Jewish calls in the city of Palma. Call is the name used to refer to the Jewish quarters or aljamas of the territories of the Crown of Aragon.
Find out about the history of the Jews on the island of Mallorca: from its beginnings to its end in 1435, discover more about the Holy Tribunal of the Inquisition and learn why the famous surnames Xuetas de Mallorca.
All this and much more about the Jews in Mallorca on our guided tour through the old town of Palma.
The manor houses of Palma, popularly known as “patios mallorquines“, are magnificent examples of the civil architecture of the city of Palma de Mallorca.
They are symbols of power and prestige, residences of the Mallorcan aristocracy. Their style varies according to the artistic movement that gave birth to them, from Gothic in the 13th century to neo-baroque in the 20th century.
Today we can find around 100 patios or manor houses scattered around the old quarter of Palma, some of which are now public buildings (museums and/or the headquarters of the Balearic Government and Palma City Council) and others are still private residences.
Find out more about these jewels of the city’s architecture on our walking tour of Palma’s patios.
Palma's Maritime Quarter
Since ancient times, the island of Mallorca and the city of Palma de Mallorca have been one of the most important commercial centres and ports in Europe and the Mediterranean during the Middle Ages and the Modern Age thanks to its perfect location in the Western Mediterranean.
The seaside quarter of Palma is known as Puig de Sant Pere and here we find all kinds of emblematic buildings such as the 15th century Lonja de Palma; the Consolat de la Mar, the current headquarters of the Balearic Government; the Es Baluard museum of Modern and Contemporary art and much more.
A picturesque and lively neighbourhood in the centre of the city of Palma de Mallorca that takes us back to ancient times, when the flow of people and activities in these streets was non-stop.
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The Bellver Castle is one of the Gothic jewels of the island of Mallorca and one of the best-preserved buildings from the medieval period.
It is a unique medieval castle in Spain: Gothic style and circular floor plan. It was built between 1300 and 1311 by direct order of King James II of Mallorca. This palace fortress is located in a privileged and strategic area, perfect for surveillance activities, controlling the bay of Palma and the interior of the island.
On the outside, you can see the different parts of a medieval castle; and inside, an elegant parade ground and the exhibitions of Greco-Roman sculpture, the Ramon Llull room and the Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos room.
Discover this jewel of Mallorcan Gothic architecture with our private tours in Palma de Mallorca.
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