Private Palma de Mallorca Highlights - Half Day

From $90.00/person to $450.00/person (Select "Individuals" below) Price varies based on number of individuals in your group
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Summary
Shore Excursion Size ? Private
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Scenic, Walking
Shore Excursion Duration 4 Hours
Activity Level ? Moderate
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided Not Included
Recommended Dress Comfortable light clothing, cap, sunglasses, walking shoes and sunscreen.
Restrictions Guests must be fully fit, no participants with mobility issues.

Private Palma de Mallorca Highlights - Half Day

The delightful city of Palma welcomes you to experience its landmarks for a half-day. In the heart of the city, you will visit the Almudaina Palace before seeing the ancient, marine-focused Lonja building. From Bellver Castle, you enjoy stunning views prior to driving west to reach Valldemossa village, its Carthusian Monastery, and the Palace of King Sancho. All with your own private guide and vehicle.

With Roman, Muslim, and Christian influences, the varied architecture and cultures make Palma an exquisite destination. Traveling the cobblestone lanes with your English-speaking guide, you will reach the Almudaina Palace. This enormous Arabian fortress was converted into a royal residence in the 14th-century. And its ornate architecture is breathtaking.

Nearby, you will see the Roman Catholic, Palma Cathedral. Construction began by the orders of King James I in 1226, however, it was not completed until 1601 due to wars and the resulting changes of authority. The massive Gothic-styled cathedral overlooks the Mediterranean Sea.

Thereafter, you are escorted to the Lonja building. This Gothic masterpiece, built in the 15th-century by Guillem Sagrera, was the former Maritime Stock Exchange. Today, it hosts exhibitions open to the public.

Next, you will visit the incredible Bellver Castle, one of the few circular castles in Europe. Built-in the 14th-century by King James II of Majorca, the Gothic castle is the seat of the city's History Museum.