Palma in Autumn

Palma in Autumn Walking & Hiking

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Summer is over and Autumn is at the doorstep, what better place is there to be in Autumn than Mallorca? The sun is still shining and the air is a little fresher. Now is the perfect time to visit Palma, the majestic capital of Mallorca

Palma Cathedral

Delve into the rich history that Mallorca has to offer and discover the Palma Cathedral. Built in 1601, stepping into the Cathedral is like stepping back over 400 years in time. It’s gothic exterior is one not to miss when you are walking down the streets of Palma and its interior is filled with extraordinary carefully crafted pillars, stain glass windows and so much more! Visit the Palma Cathedral for more information >

Puerto de Palma

With over 300 days of sunshine, Palama is a great spot to discover by foot. If you want to hear the soothing sound of the sea why not walk down to the port of Palma. This is the biggest port in all of the Balearic islands and it’s recorded that this port was even used by king James I dating all the way back to 1273. 

Bellver Castle

Located in the west of Palma, this Gothic styled circular shaped castle was once a residence of King James II. For many centuries this castle was used as a prison, its strong structure proved difficult for inmates to escape. These days the castle is a museum of municipal history. Discover more about Bellver Castle here >

Palma isn’t just the capital of Mallorca, it’s full of historic significance and is the heart of Mallorca. If you are looking for something to do in Mallorca this Autumn, why not discover this majestic capital!

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