Here you can find interesting sights in Palma, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 16 sights are available in Palma, Spain.List of cities in Spain Sightseeing Tours in Palma
1. Teatre Sans
The Sans Theater is an exhibition space in which the Professional Theater Company has been working in 1985 with actors coming from Trip Trup Teatre and was established in cooperative in 1988. Carrying: Literary, theatrical and cultural evenings, classes, conferences and social gatherings are taught. These activities were held on the noble floor where there is currently a stage. It produces both children's and youth works as well as adults or family audiences, as well as collective creation works, works of the international dramatic repertoire, street theater and theater coffee shows.
2. Santa Magdalena
The convent of Santa Magdalena is a convent in Plaza de Santa Magdalena, nº. 2, of the city of Mallorca. It consists of a cloister with two floors. The lower one is configured by lowered arches with columns that alternate solomonic and smooth shafts. On the second floor there are octagonal columns, and the chapter house has coffered cassettes and a central lowered arch. It also has an adjoining church of the same name. The convent building is gothic in style with subsequent transformations, while the temple is from the mid-eighteenth century and in the late Baroque style.
3. Gran Hotel CaixaForum
The Gran Hotel is a former historic hotel in Palma de Mallorca, in Spain. It is part of the historic centre of the city. The hotel was designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner and completed in 1903. Today the building has been converted into a cultural center, home to the Fundación la Caixa. It contains a permanent exhibition of paintings by Anglada Camarasa. The building is one of the most important examples of Modernisme on the island, with a facade lavishly decorated with sculptures and ceramics.
4. es Jonquet
El Jonquet is a neighborhood of the city of Palma located in the Ponent district, between the neighborhoods of Santa Catalina, Son Armadans and the sea. It is one of the oldest and most steeped neighborhoods in the city's history. A suburb of small, white houses made by sailors and fishing families located on the right bank of Sa Riera. It was the origin of the neighborhood of anta Catalina, located in the interior. In 2018, it had 738 inhabitants, 40% of whom were foreigners.
5. Sant Joan de Malta
The Church of Saint John of Malta, or Saint John of the Sea, is now an eighteenth-century Baroque construction that replaced an old building from the thirteenth century. From the fourteenth century onwards, after passing the assets of the Temple to the Order of the Hospital, the church of Sant Joan was added to the priory of Pollença to become both the hospital order of Mallorca.
6. Sa Llotja
The Merchants' Exchange in Palma was built by Guillem Sagrera between 1426 and 1447, and finished by Guillem Vilasclar, for the Col·legi de la Mercaderia. The migjorn façade was part of the city's maritime wall and was reflected in the sea, from which it is separated today. It is one of the main civil Gothic buildings in the Balearic Islands and one of the best in Europe.
7. Consolat de Mar
AR's Invisible Institution is an Invisible Crown institution in the Middle Ages, which is associated with commercial human rights and large commercial towns. Its function is to regulate trade and maritime affairs in the commercial field. They want to be positioned as attachments of clay, as is the case with Alma in the case of Alma being positioned as a nearby building.
8. Parlament de les Illes Balears
The Parliament of the Balearic Islands is the unicameral autonomous parliament of the Balearic Islands, one of the autonomous communities of Spain. The Parliament, composed of 59 elected seats, is located in the city of Palma, on the island of Majorca.
The Palm Town Council, also known as the Court, is one of four public administrations in Palm Town and has political responsibility along with the Spanish National Administration, the government of the Balearic Islands and the Mallorca Island Council.
10. Santa Eulàlia
The church of Santa Eulalia is a religious temple of Catholic worship under the invocation of Eulalia de Barcelona in the city of Palma de Mallorca, in the Balearic Islands, in Spain. It has been an Asset of Cultural Interest since 1931.
11. Es Baluard Museum of Contemporary Art of Palma
Es Baluard Museu d’Art Modern i Contemporani de Palma, located in Palma and inaugurated on 30 January 2004, has a reserve of more than 700 works of art linked to artists from the Balearic Islands and/or of international renown.
12. Casal Solleric
Casal Solleric is a manor house in Palma located on Passeig del Born that constitutes an exhibition centre and is owned by Palma City Council. It also has an entrance on Carrer de Sant Gaietà, which was the old main entrance.
Our Lady of Mount Zion College was one of the first Jesuits schools in the world, founded in 1561. Today from its two locations in Palma, Majorca, Spain, it educates from primary through baccalaureate and two training cycles.
14. Església de Sant Miquel
St. Michael's Basilica is located at St. Michael's Street, No. 1. 21, from the city of Mallorca. It is considered the oldest temple in Palma, one of the first four in the city. It occupies the site of an old Muslim mosque.
15. Parc de ses Estacions
Parc de les Estacions is an urban park located in the Levante District of Palma. It was so named because it is located on what were once the facilities of the old railways, today Serveis Ferroviaris de Mallorca.
16. Parc de la Mar
The Parc de Mar is one of the best-known urban parks in the city of Mallorca, covering an area of about 9 hectares. The park is located between the wall and the Ma-19 motorway, and very close to the Cathedral.
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