Day trip and guided tour including Cathedral and Valldemossa village. South coast pick-up
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before.
|Languages||Spanish - English - Italian - German - French|
|Number of participants||Minimum 1 person - Maximum 50 people|
What the experience includes
Explore the historic centre on a guided walking tour accompanied by our official guide and discover the most interesting places in the city, such as historic buildings, churches and stately homes. Visit the Cathedral of Mallorca, the city's landmark that overlooks the Bay of Palma and is an icon of the island's historical and cultural heritage.
Then you can travel to the charming village of Valldemossa, located in the Tramuntana mountain range. Stroll through the narrow stone streets and admire the traditional houses decorated with flowers and plants. Don't miss the opportunity to try the famous "coca de patata", a spongy pastry typical of Valldemossa, ideal with coffee, chocolate or ice cream.
Everything you need to know
Arrival at 10:30h approx.
Transfer to Valldemossa at 13:30h.
Return at 16:30h
- Adults: 13+ years old.
- Children from 3 to 12 years old.
- Babies from 0 to 2 years old.
- Walking tour of 45 minutes through the historic centre of the city of Palma accompanied by our official guide.
- Transfer and free time in the picturesque village of Valldemossa, located in the imposing Tramontana mountain range and 25 km from the city of Palma.
- Entrance to the Cathedral with guided visit of the church and the Cathedral Museum. Approximately 45 minutes.
- Panoramic tour of the city by open-top bus from where you can see the streets, monuments and most emblematic places of Palma, accompanied by the explanations of our guides. Approximately 60 minutes.
- Panoramic view of the Bellver Castle from where you can take panoramic photographs of the city.
- Guided tour of the old quarter of Palma. Approximately 45 minutes.
- Entrance to the Cathedral with guided tour. Approximately 45 minutes.
- Free time in Valldemossa. Approximately 90 minutes.
- Map of Palma and Valldemossa with indications of places of interest and discounts in collaborating shops.
Food and beverages.
Stop at: Palma Old Town
A visit to Palma's picturesque historic centre is always highly recommended. Also known as the old town, this is where you will find most of the must-see tourist attractions, such as the majestic cathedral of "La Seu", the Royal Palace of Almudaina and the Es Baluard Museum of Contemporary Art. If you have enough time, leave the map to one side, as it is a real pleasure to simply wander through the medieval streets and discover where they lead you.
Gothic churches, spectacular squares and centuries-old interior courtyards abound. Lovers of old treasures will enjoy stumbling across antique bookshops, antique furniture shops and even a vintage Vespa outlet. The "golden mile" is also part of this historic centre and caters to modern tastes. This includes the elegant Passeig del Born avenue, which connects with Avenida de Jaime III, and brings together some of the world's most familiar and luxurious designer labels.
Set your pace for a leisurely, leisurely Mediterranean stroll, stopping for a traditional "ensaïmada" in one of the many cafés; or for a gourmet three-course meal somewhere special. The evening is the best time for tapas, with lively bars competing to produce the tastiest and most imaginative combinations.
Stop at: Mallorca Cathedral
The Cathedral-Basilica of Santa Maria in Palma (Mallorca), also known as the Cathedral of Mallorca, is the main religious building on the island of Mallorca. In Catalan, it is known as La Seu (Seu or Seo is the name given to cathedrals in the Crown of Aragon). It is a temple in the Levantine Gothic style built on the shore of the bay of Palma.1 It overlooks the sea above the Roman and Renaissance walls that protected the city, and is the only Gothic cathedral that fulfils this peculiarity. It is also the seat of the Diocese of Mallorca, whose patron saint is the Assumption of Mary.
Stop at: Bay of Palma
Stop at: Visit to the village of Valldemossa
Just 17km separate Palma from the charming village of Valldemossa. The road to Valldemossa will immerse us in the Tramuntana mountain range, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, to discover a village with a medieval air in a beautiful valley surrounded by mountains. Its cobbled streets and rich cultural heritage make Valldemossa an essential visit in Mallorca and one that, as Mallorcans, we cannot fail to recommend.
More infoWhat to bring
Comfortable clothing and footwear.
Cancellation fee of 100% is charged if cancelled 24 Hours or less before the activity.