By Bus: You can take buses 25, 35, or 4 to reach Palma Cathedral. These buses run on routes passing near Palma Cathedral.
By Train: Son Fuster and Son Costa/Son Fortesa are the nearest train stations to Palma Cathedral. They are 10 minutes away from the attraction.
By Ferry: You can take ferries from Barcelona and reach Palma, Mallorca’s main part. The ferries take 7.5 hours to complete the journey and start at 1 PM and 10 PM.
You can drive to Palma Cathedral from various parts of Spain, including Barcelona. Taking Barcelona as the starting point, take C/ de Sepúlveda and C. de Viladomat to Av. del Paral·lel and continue on Av. del Paral·lel to Barcelona - Palma de Mallorca. Take the Barcelona - Palma de Mallorca ferry to Palma and take Av. de Gabriel Roca to Avinguda de l'Argentina. Continue on Avinguda de l'Argentina to reach Palma Cathedral.
Palma Cathedral is close to several parking facilities such as:
Palma Cathedral has two entrances - Portal del Mirador on Calle Mirador and Plaza de la Seu / Plaza de la Almoina.
Arc de sa Drassana - The Arc de sa Drassana, which serves as a reminder of Palma’s Arab past, was used as an entrance to the Arab palaces and shipyards when the Riera flooded the city.
Plaça de les Tortugues - Plaça de les Tortugues is a fountain in Plaça Joan Carles I in Palma. It is popularly known as Plaça de les Tortugues and is a major landmark near Palma Cathedral.
Can Corbella Building - Can Corbella Building, in the heart of Palma, is one of the most recognizable buildings in the city. It was designed by architect Nicolau Lliteres at the end of the 19th century.
Palma Cathedral is located at Plaça de la Seu, s/n, 07001 Palma, Illes Balears, Spain.
Yes, you can visit Palma Cathedral with a valid ticket.
You should visit Palma Cathedral because it is one of Europe’s tallest Gothic structures.
No, you cannot visit Palma Cathedral for free.
You can book tickets to visit Palma Cathedral online.
The cost to visit Palma Cathedral varies based on the ticket you book.
Spring and autumn are the best times to visit Palma Cathedral.
Below are Palma Cathedral's opening hours:
Monday to Friday - 10 AM to 5:15 PM
Saturday - 10 AM to 2:15 PM
Yes, you can visit Palma Cathedral in a group.
Yes, you can visit Palma Cathedral with the kids.
Yes, Palma Cathedral is wheelchair friendly.
No, you cannot buy food and drinks at Palma Cathedral.
An hour is enough to visit Palma Cathedral.
Yes, Palma Cathedral is worth visiting because it is one of Europe’s best and biggest Gothic buildings.