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Do you want to visit impressive attractions? You’re looking for the most famous shopping miles or enchanting boutiques for the perfect shopping trip? Or you’re interested in fascinating buildings of art and culture? We’ve compiled a selection for you.

  • Es trenc

    Most famous beach
    Es Trenc beach lies on the south coast of the Mallorca in the middle of a nature reserve. Though it’s no longer a secret, it’s an absolute must for a visit to the island. The light, fine sandy beach is more than two kilometres long and the view to the clear, turquoise water and the dunes in the background is simply a dream. On the weekends, unfortunately, it gets very full. From Palma it’s about 50 kilometres away.
  • La Seu cathedral

    Le Seu cathedral is a showpiece of Gothic architecture. King Jaume I laid the cornerstone in 1230. Construction didn’t end until the 17th century, however, and in 1904 the architect Antoni Gaudí became responsible for the cathedral’s current appearance. The cathedral rests on 14 columns and the interior offers 6 600 m2 of floor space. It’s an impressive piece of architecture and no visit to Palma is complete without seeing it.
    Plaza Almoina, s/n
    07001 Palma de Mallorca
    +34 971 72 31 30
  • Camper

    An ecoconscious trendsetter
    The famous «farmer’s shoes» original come from the Mallorcan town of Inca. This trendy footwear was originally modelled after the camaleó, the island slippers soled with old car tyres sewn together with light cotton fabric and leather and traditionally worn by the campers, the Mallorcan farmers. Today’s Campers have replaced the car tyres with more durable rubber soles. The ecoconsciously manufactured, comfortable shoes in bright colours are exported all around the world. Other shops in Palma: Avda. Jaume III, Centro Comercial Porto Pí, Lokal 240, Avda. Gabriel Roca, 54 and at the airport.
    Carrer Sant Miquel, 17
    07002 Palma de Mallorca
    +34 971 98 07 00
  • Vidrierias Gordiola

    Day trip to a glass blowing workshop
    The art of blowing glass has long been practiced on the Balearic Islands. Halfway between Palma and Manacor, near Algaida, you’ll find the La Gordiola glass blowing workshop. It’s one of the oldest and best known on Mallorca. Since 1719 the workshop has been creating figurines, vases, lamps and souvenirs. In 1975 it was relocated into a reconstructed castle and a museum was added.
    Ctra. Palma - Manacor Km 16
    07210 Algaida
    +34 971 66 50 46
  • b connected

    Concept store
    Shopping deluxe: cool clothes, eye-catching accessories, extravagant jewellery, handsome decorative items and all under one roof. The b connected concept store was designed for browsing, with labels like erfurt, American vintage, ipuro, Aspegren and many others inviting the shopper inside.
    Carrer Dameto, 6
    07013 Palma de Mallorca
    +34 971 28 21 95
  • Dialog

    German and English bookshop
    Since opening in 1996, Spain’s largest German bookshop has become a popular meeting place for German and English speaking tourists, as well as the locals. They offer a broad variety of genres, in English and German, from fiction, self-help, children’s books, reading about Mallorca, et cetera, et cetera. If they don’t have it, they can order it quickly. The cafeteria is a good place to make contact with other patrons and the Spanish courses they offer are very popular.
    Santa Magdalena, 3
    07003 Palma de Mallorca
    +34 971 66 63 31
  • Suivi

    For fashionistas
    A spacious, bright shop with a friendly and attentive staff. Wonderful items from select brands like Filippa K, Iro, UGG, Becksöndergaard and forte_forte are attractively draped over clothes hangers or neatly folded on shelves. Wander in and try something on!
    San Miquel, 20
    07002 Palma de Mallorca
    +34 971 71 78 26
  • Museu es Baluard

    Modern art
    This museum for modern and contemporary art is a must-see. The heart of the exhibition is the exalted collection of oil paintings, drawings and sculptures by world famous artists. The museum has more than 3 000 works of art, including modern classics like Picasso, Miró, Cézanne and Magritte but also works by contemporary painters like Kiefer and Baselitz. Visitors have an incredible view of the bay and the city from the courtyard restaurant.
    Plaça Porta de Santa Catalina
    07012 Palma de Mallorca
    +34 971 90 82 00
  • Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró

    Miró Museum
    The way everything looks, you’d think Miró just left the studio. They haven’t changed a thing. That’s why it’s worth spending a moment in Miró’s old studio after visiting the museum and seeing the many works from the artist’s broad array of stylistic periods.
    C. De Saridakis, 29
    07015 Palma de Mallorca
    +34 971 70 14 20


The old train travelling between Palma and Sóller is without doubt one of the island’s top attractions. The train has been in service since 1912 and is supposedly one of the oldest trains in Europe. The trip takes you through the mountains and orange plantations and is an unforgettable experience

Tren de Sóller