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The Best Specialty Museums in Palma de Mallorca

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Specialty museums in Palma de Mallorca

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Perched in the foothills of the Tramontana mountains, La Granja de Esporles is a working 17th-century farm and estate. The site passed throug
Pueblo Espanol , Palma de Mallorca
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Explore different architectural styles from around Spain and browse shops selling traditional crafts at Pueblo Espanol. The village features
Palau March Museu , Palma de Mallorca
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Explore the exquisite rarities of Palau March Museu, which hosts an expansive assortment of art and books acquired by Bartolomé March, a reno
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Duration: 8 hours
Book this full day experience and enjoy a tour around the Tramuntana mountain range. Visit the towns of Soller and Valldemossa to discover the unique history and architecture as you walk around the landmarks with your guide. You will enjoy free time in all three places: Valldemossa, Soller and Puerto de Soller. These are three jewels in the mountains and some of the most photographed villages in Mallorca. Your guide will explain how to make the most of your time in each place and will give you interesting information about the landscape and history. We take the charming tram between Soller and Puerto de Soller for a truly unique experience.
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Set within the grounds of a 20th-century Art Nouveau mansion, Can Prunera Museum of Modernism provides both a tribute to the Modernist moveme
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Where to stay in Palma de Mallorca

To experience the heart of Palma, opt to stay in the the inner ring of La Avinguadas street, where lies the historical city center. The mostly traffic-free district is filled with beautiful island architecture housing boutique hotels, historical restaurants, and lovely plazas, and is only a short walk from the city beach and port. The Santa Catalina neighborhood is another popular option for accommodation as it is well known for its restaurants, daily market, and close proximity to the city's main sites. Just east of the city center is Portixol, a beachside neighborhood that still retains its charm of an old fishing village. For a small town beach atmosphere, stay along Platja de Palma, the beach stretching east of the city center.
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