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Palma Aquarium, Palma de Mallorca

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 3,000+ reviews on the web
Home to over 700 species of marine life from the Mediterranean, Indian, Pacific, and Atlantic Oceans, Palma Aquarium is known for its conservation and education efforts. Located near one of Palma's most popular beaches, the aquarium welcomes over 400,000 visitors every year. Put Palma Aquarium into our Palma de Mallorca trip builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Ride for all ages, clean, organized, highly recommend for kids, wonderful green area,
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  • Very nice ride to go with family, or not. Aquarium very full. It has a big pond at the end of nearly 3 stories in height. Also have a pond where you can dive or snorkel with stripes (separate payment), in high temproada must be pre-booked. It has a restaurant, cafeteria, playground for children and store. It is a short walk from 3.4 hours.
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  • Has never been in such places, so it was very curious! And I'm not disappointed. Very beautiful place, all thoughtfully organized, everything is clear. Lucky that there were no crowds, so you can safely explore the Aquarium inhabitants. If you strongly tired, you can drink coffee with ice-cream, and then continue the mini travel, expanding your horizons:) At the end of the walk you can walk into a large gift shop and buy there anything memorable. well at least and a soft toy)
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  • Really lovely huge aquarium. Takes a good 2/3 hours to do, lots of fishes and big tanks and lovely outside bits to do like the rainforest. Much better than London aquarium! Me and my boyfriend went and we had such a great time :D We got a bus from Inca to Palma then easily catched a bus to the aquarium (about 20 minutes from the main station). You pay €1.50 for the route each way (not individual stops) and buses are every 10/15 minutes. Only negatives are its ridiculously expensive (but it is a huge tourist attraction in a city) so bring a pack lunch. To get into the gift shop you have to go through all these rather pushy people trying to get you to buy photos of you that you take at the beginning and they literally block your path😬 but after saying no a few times it did sink in!😂
  • Put it on your activity list, is worth it. Great place especially for children. They have a great playground and even a pool where you can dive with cat fishes and all sort of creature for 10€
  • One of the biggest aquariums I've ever been to! So many species of fish, turtles, sharks and much more! It was so well laid out, I found the tropical house particularly beautiful with so many species of tropical plants, terrapins and a massive waterfall! I was very impressed with what the aquarium had to offer and would thoroughly recommend going there for the day if you can!
  • This aquarium made the local sealife centre look like a pet shop, massive tanks inside filled with some amazing coral, and so many different types of fish. The Amazon area was great also, with a lovely waterfall, outside was a splash fountain area for kids and a play area, plus some pools with sharks and turtles. It was a little confusing trying to find the way out, but for there in the end. Would highly recommend this for a visit.
  • Excellent day out. Plenty indoors and out and the viewing areas are well designed which meant our 3 year old could see every animal without being lifted. Highly recommended.
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