Cathedral of Palma de Mallorca

10 essential sights


Don't miss them!

They always top the lists of the most visited sites in Spain. these architectural creations will leave you speechless. Just click on each image to find more information on each monument (opening times, ticket prices, etc.).Which one will you visit first?

  • Detail of the columns at the Alhambra, Granada

    The Alhambra

    This is perhaps the most famous monument in Spain. You'll find it in Granada, and you'll be amazed at its palaces and gardens. Don't miss the Courtyard of the Lions.

  • Detail of La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona

    Basilica of La Sagrada Familia

    Designed by the brilliant architect Gaudí, this is the most visited religious building in Barcelona. Are you ready to go up to the top of its curious towers?

  • Inside the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba

    Great Mosque of Cordoba

    Like standing in a magical forest of columns – that's how you'll feel inside this ancient architectural wonder.

  • View of Santiago de Compostela Cathedral

    Santiago de Compostela Cathedral

    This is the final destination of the pilgrims on the Way of Saint James. We recommend a guided tour of its rooftops.

  • General view of Burgos Cathedral

    Burgos Cathedral

    This is the only cathedral in Spain to be declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Come and marvel at the light in this Gothic monument.

  • General view of the Alcázar of Segovia

    Alcázar of Segovia

    Together with the aqueduct, the Alcázar fortress is the symbol of the city. It looks like a fairytale castle, and offers the most spectacular views.

  • Cathedral of Palma de Mallorca

    Majorca Cathedral

    It's particularly worth noting its spectacular and colourful rose window and the chapel designed by Miquel Barceló. Are you planning a visit to the city of Palma?

  • Stone Bridge and Basilica of El Pilar

    Basilica of Nuestra Señora del Pilar

    The perfect way to enjoy this treasure in Zaragoza is by taking a walk over the Puente de Piedra bridge across the Ebro River.

  • Roman theatre in Mérida

    Roman theatre in Mérida

    Although it was built in the year 16 or 15 B.C., it is still used as a theatre today, and can seat 3,000 people. Let the show begin!

  • View of La Giralda tower in Seville

    La Giralda tower

    One of the most charming places in Seville? Without a doubt, this tower (and former minaret), offering unforgettable views.