Palma: Walking Tour with Mediterranean Delicacies
- Experience an insider's tour of the historical old city of Palma and see how the passage of millennia has shaped the area
- Learn about the history of the cathedral and the fishing trade and walk along the romantic Paseo del Borne
- Visit the Mercat de L'Olivar, admire the countless Mediterranean products and try regional delicacies
At Parc de la Mar, under the cathedral, the walking tour begins with a close look at the founding of the city and the changes in the political situation. Make your way to the fishing harbor, past the maritime trade exchange to the Consulado del Mar, a historic building whose use has changed over the years and is today the most important political building of the Balearic islands. Go through the old fishing district to the old fortress complex Es Baluard, home to an incredible view over the city and harbor.
Further on, pass the Museu d'Art Modern i Contemporani and arrive at the maze of streets in the old city. Discover the romantic Paseo del Borne and see the former houses of the aristocracy, today 5-star hotels. Continue into the upper city and discover the historical town hall, the parliament and the Almudaina Palace, and enjoy the impressive view of the cathedral with its rich history.
Continue on to the marketplace Mercat de L'Olivar, with an incredible selection of Mediterranean products from which regional dishes may be made. Try a selection of local specialties and learn about what makes Mediterranean cuisine unique.
- Guided tour
- Informative guide
- Visit to the marketplace
- Entry fees
- Additional food
- Wheelchair users
Prepare for the activity
Avinguda d'Antoni Maura 22, corner of Carrer de Vallseca, near the restaurant Lennox The Pup. The Avinguda d'Antoni Maura is along the Paseo del Borne in the direction of the sea, under the Almudaina Palace. It is near the stop for the lines 25 and 35 (Placa Reina) and the parking lot at Parc de la Mar. For those using navigation systems, please make sure that you have chosen the correct Antonio Maura street. The meeting point is directly in the center of Palma, not in any outlying area.Open in Google Maps ⟶