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Palma Tour with Wine and Tapas Tasting

1. Palma Tour with Wine and Tapas Tasting

Discover the charming city of Palma de Mallorca with its thousand faces and historic old town. Try the best Spanish products: wine, olive oil, and tapas in this picturesque coastal city. This private tapas tour of Palma de Mallorca is the ultimate way to get to know and to love the old town of Mallorca while tasting the best wines, olive oils, and other Spanish specialties. The tapas tour is led by an English, German or Spanish-speaking guide who takes you on a little guided city tour through the charming old town of Mallorca and who will tell you interesting facts regarding the history of the city. Visit the impressively beautiful cathedral of Palma, the artist quarter, the famous Plaza España, and much more. In the historic center, you can enjoy a wine tasting, followed by a tasting of olive oil, and you can try a variety of Spanish tapas, which match the wines: ham, cheese, etc. Subsequently, you will visit a typical tapas bar, where you can savor the traditional Majorcan recipes. The private tapas tour through Palma can be adapted to match your preferences. Get to know more about this city, steeped in history, and try the delicious Spanish products that made the country and the island famous.

Palma de Mallorca Old Town Guided Bike Tour and Tapas

2. Palma de Mallorca Old Town Guided Bike Tour and Tapas

Discover the Old Town of Palma de Mallorca from a different perspective on a 3-hour bike tour. Ride to the most important monuments and buildings in the city, and find hidden corners along the way. Cycle to the Cathedral of Mallorca and discover the old city walls. Go to La Lonja to discover the nightlife center of the city. Visit the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, originally built as an Arabian fort. See Palma City Hall (Ayuntamiento de Palma de Mallorca) and the sights of Plaza Mayor, the true heart of Palma city center. Promenade down the Rambla of Palma and go to the tree-lined Paseo del Born to experience the city’s pavement café culture. Then, enjoy some delicious tapas at a Spanish restaurant. Savor typical Majorcan dishes served as small snacks.

Palma: Guided Sightseeing Segway Tour

3. Palma: Guided Sightseeing Segway Tour

Venture through the Old Town of Palma on a thrilling Segway tour. Recieve training on how to operate the Segway before taking off past sights. Uncover diverse architecture, restaurant hot spots, and cherished cultural landmarks before discovering some hidden treasures. Meet your guide at the activity provider's centrally-located office in Palma. Feel confident while operating your Segway with a short training tutorial. Put on your helmet and take off on your Segway adventure through the Old Town. Admire the Gothic architecture of the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, Discover the sights surrounding the Plaza Mayor and ride down the promenade by the Rambla of Palma. Journey thorugh ornate courtyards and stop to snap a picture at breathtaking viewpoints. Make your way back towards the cathedral. At the conclusion of your experience, ride back to your starting point to return your Segway equipment.

Tramuntana Panorama Tour - Soller, Deiá, Valldemossa

4. Tramuntana Panorama Tour - Soller, Deiá, Valldemossa

Visit Soller, in the middle of the so called Golden Valley of Soller due to its plantations of oranges and Olive trees. Visit the town with its incredible Modernist houses and its general authentic flair. Experience not just the cultural but the culinary; taste orange ice cream at the world-famous "Fet-a-Sóller" cooperative. Then continue to the Port of Soller and stroll along the beautiful beach promenade of this idyllic port town, stop in a cozy restaurant and indulge in a delicious tapas meal. Then enjoy the comfortable minibus ride through the breathtaking panoramic stretch of the Tramuntana Mountains to the artists' colony of Deía. Climb to the highest point of the town and experience a sensational view over the heights of the Tramuntana Mountains, to the picturesque valleys, past the coast and over the sea. Continue to Valdemossa past a mighty forest of holm oaks and wander the idyllic little town. Visit the excellent museum of the painter Josep Coll Bardolet and see the famous Carthusian cloister where Chopin lived and worked and enjoy a coffee in one of the nice bars of the village. Enjoy free time to explore on your own amidst the beautiful homes surrounded by Mediterranean gardens full of orange and lemon trees.

Palma: 2.5-Hour Chinatown Market Tour

5. Palma: 2.5-Hour Chinatown Market Tour

Immerse yourself in the everyday life of Palma's locals. Discover the local green market, where life pulsates every other day. Find the best prices for fresh products. Step off the beaten track to find Mallorcan farmers, merchants selling textiles and perfume, and even local breeders. Everyone has fallen in love with the island of Mallorca, a melting pot of nationalities and their cuisines. Find couscous, samosas, empanadas, sushi, enchiladas, and tapas of course. Dive into the Chinatown of Mallorca. Discover one of the best Chinese restaurants with authentic cuisine, where an internationally mixed audience meets for a peaceful meal.  Many craftsmen also have their workshops in the Pere Garau quarter. Experience a fascinating world where skill, knowledge, ideas, and passion come together. Explore a bingo game or play roulette in a gambling den. Take a refreshing swim in the sea, or stroll down to the Cathedral of St. Mary, just 15 minutes walk from here.

Palma Old Town Sunset Tour and Food Tastings

6. Palma Old Town Sunset Tour and Food Tastings

Learn about the history of Palma de Mallorca and its incredible monuments on a 2.5-hour walking tour at sunset. Get a local's insight into life in the city as you walk to famous buildings, such as the magnificent Palma Cathedral and the Royal Palace of La Almudaina. See where the feudal court used to gather on Plaça de Cort, where you can also admire the ancient olive tree and impressive 17th-century Town Hall. Go to Plaça Major, where an outdoor crafts market attracts visitors all year round. Look at the statue of former Prime Minister Antoni Maura on Plaça del Mercat, and learn about the culinary habits of the locals along the way. Be led by your guide through the winding alleyways of the city at night. Get insider tips about the hippest hotspots and hear about places that have long been favorites with the locals. Stop halfway to taste choose from a selection of the small bites known as pintxos at one of the city's best tapas bars.

Palma: Walking Tour with Mediterranean Delicacies

7. Palma: Walking Tour with Mediterranean Delicacies

Take a walking tour of the highlights of Palma and travel back through the millennia. Learn how the old city was shaped and built by the Romans, Ostrogoths, Vandals, Byzantines, Moors and the royalty of Aragon. 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.

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What people are saying about Palma de Mallorca

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 191 reviews

Sergio gave us a private tour since we were the only people who signed up! He had so much knowledge of the city and its history. We really enjoyed the tour. He took us to some of the popular landmarks but also took us to some behind the scenes places. I highly recommend this tour!

Very good experience We were given very good instructions/training re using the Segways Guide ensured there were no issues and he conducted a lovely informative tour of the main sights Also no problem that we arrived 5 mins late

Very friendly way to visit the city of Palma. One person in our group had never done a segway and was a little apprehensive, Michael, our guide, was kind and took his time to explain to him. Our friend loved this experience!

We had a great guide who in the best way guided us around the old town and got delicious tapas and wine along the way. Can definitely be recommended

It was a very nice evening, in an almost private atmosphere... Relaxed and relaxed, just as we imagined. Anja and Carsten were great