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  • Palma de Mallorca Airport - Son Sant Joan


  • The busiest port in Mallorca is Palma, with regular connections to Barcelona, Valencia, Denia, Menorca and Ibiza
  • The main companies operating in Palma are Balearia, Trasmediterránea and Iscomar




Where to sleep

Tourist office

In Palma there are ten tourist information offices; two of the most central are:

To visit

Sights in Palma:

  • Arab Baths
  • Cathedral («La Seu»)
  • Almudaina Palace
  • Bellver Castle
  • Convent of Sant Francesc
  • Church of Sant Miquel
  • Church of Santa Eulàlia
  • Renaissance walls

Museums in Palma


Lullian places outside Palma: ( )

  • Miramar Monastery (Lullian place). It is located in the town of Valldemossa. Intercity bus line 210 (TIB); getting off at Ca Madò Pilla (tell the driver) and walk for about 10 minutes. Other options are to rent a car or take a taxi. More information in: . See also a hiking route in:
  • Cura Sanctuary, in Puig de Randa (lullian place). It belongs to the municipality of Algaida. Intercity Bus Line 490 (TIB); getting off in Algaida and walk for about 1 ½ hours. Other options are to rent a car or take a taxi. There is a hostel. More information in:

In the Middle Ages the Port of Palma was in Porto Pi, where there are still two medieval towers

Do not forget

  • Palma is the capital of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands, which includes four islands: Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza (Eivissa in catalan) y Formentera
  • Catalan is the native language of the Balearic Islands and is the official language together with Spanish
  • The Serra de Tramuntana has been declared UNESCO World Heritage Site as cultural landscape in 2011. Worth a visit.
  • Mallorca cuisine is exquisite. Be sure to try tumbet, frit, Mallorcan sopas, sobrasada or pastries such as ensaimada or robiol.

More information


Ramon Llull quotations

«Because what you know is not as much as what you do not know, do not talk too much»

Messages about Ramon Llull

Ramon Llull is buried in the Basilica of Sant Francesc, in Palma (Mallorca).

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