Royal Palace of La Almudaina Tourist Attraction

Royal Palace of La Almudaina

Native: Palace De L'Almudaina

Royal Palace of La Almudaina is located in Palma, in a capital of Mallorca. This building has a long history. At first it was an Arabian fortress. In 14th century it served as a residence of King Jaume II and his family. King Jaume II has made complete renovation. The empty and old building before has taken on a fresh look. An area around this building seems to be not waste land. Royal Palace of La Almudaina is surrounded with green zone. There are also fountains. So if you will be tired of sightseeing you can sit down for a while in the shade of a tree and enjoy the breathtaking view of Royal Palace of La Almudaina. A part of design of this building includes the Chapel of Saint Anne. It is undoubtedly deserves your attention. The Chapel of Saint Anne is small but very magnificent. Don’t pass it by! You must see a Romanesque portal and various pictures which were made by the painter Rafael Mojer. Inside the Royal Palace of La Almudaina hang also Flemish tapestries from the 16th and 17th centuries. They illustrate the history of Spain. It is very interesting to see how the artist has painted different moments from life of the country. Now Royal Palace of La Almudaina pertains to the Patrimonio Nacional. And what about the Royal Family, so members use it only for different ceremonies. Want to feel like a king? Come to this palace and do it!

Open hours

Summer:
I - V: 10:00 - 18:30
VI: 10:00 - 14:00
Winter:
I - V: 10:00 - 14:00 and 16:00 - 18:00

Contacts

Address:
Carrer del Palau Reial, s/n, 07001 Palma, Illes Balears, Spain
Phone: +34 971 214 134
Coordinates:
39°34′03″N
2°38′50″E

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