Cathedral de Mallorca (Palma La Seu) in Palma de Mallorca

Cathedral de Mallorca, also known as “Palma Cathedral, La Seu” is a beautiful 14th-16th century Gothic cathedral located in Palma de Mallorca with later additions of different styles. The outstanding rose window and works from Gaudí and Barceló is worth a visit and see. There is also a Cathedral museum. It is also one of the most popular and visited historical sites in Majorca. A visit to the Cathedral de Mallorca is also one of the best things to do in Majorca.


What to See?

On the exterior, the south or Mirador door, visitors may see one of the true gems of Spanish Gothic. The other façades include; the Rennaisance- Style Major Portal and the northern l’Almoina Door.

In the interior, a surface area of 6,600 square metres is divided into a nave and two aisles, the nave being one of the widest and highest in the world. The splendid rose window over the main altar at the west end is 11 metres in diameter and covers 97 square metres. It, together with the other rose and large picture windows, are the work of the architect, Gaudí.

The aisles give onto eighteen side-chapels. Of these, the Mudejar-Style Trinitat Chapel, is the oldest and serves as the burial place of James II and James III, erstwhile monarchs of the Kingdom of Mallorca.


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Cathedral de Mallorca Visitor Information
Address: Plaça de l’Almoina, s/n · 07001 Palma, Majorca, Spain
Access: Busses 15, 25, 50, L102, L103, L104, L106, L107, L111
Tel: +34 902 022 445 / 902 022 446 ; Web : www.catedraldemallorca.org