General view of Palma Cathedral. | archives

Popularly known as "La Seu". A Gothic cathedral from the 14th-16th centuries with later additions from different styles. Built in the 13th century, its central nave is approximately 44 metres high, making it one of the tallest cathedrals in Europe. Find out all about its history and the most important reforms it has undergone, by both Antoni Gaudí and Miquel Barceló.


Address: Plaça Almoina, s/n 07001, Palma
Phone: +34 971 713 133
Web page:


Winter opening hours:

Monday to Saturday from 10am to 3.15pm

Summer opening hours:

Monday to Friday from 10am to 5.15pm
Saturdays from 10am to 2.15pm

To visit the Cathedral terraces it is from May to October (both months included)

Hours are Monday to Friday from 10am to 4.30pm. Shifts every 30 minutes of 1 hour duration each.

Fridays from 10am to 1.30pm. Shifts every 30 minutes of 1 hour duration each.


Cathedral ticket + Museum of Sacred Art

Adult: 9 euros
Older than 65 years: 7 euros
Preferential: 6 euros
* Preferential ticket must be acquired at the ticket venue and certified by showing student card, unemployement card or disabilty certificate.

* Can benefit from significant reductions of up to 100% by purchasing tickets directly at the Mallorca Cathedral venue and providing documentary proof:

Free tickets

· Residents and natives of the diocese of Mallorca.
· Children equal to or less than 8 years old.
· Disability equal to or greater than 65% with 1 companion

Mallorca Cathedral Terraces + Cathedral tickets + MASM

Adult: 20 euros
Residents: 5 euros

* A free unguided visit is ofered every friday for residents and natives of the diocese of Mallorca, such circumstance of residence or naturalness must be documented at the ticket office.

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