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The Almudaina Palace

Palau de l'Almudaina

The main entrance to the Almudaina Palace leads to the King's Courtyard or Courtyard of Honour. This is the place where we find the Saint Anna Chapel that dates back to the beginning of the 14th century and ascribed to Ponç Descoll. The portal of the Gothic chapel is of slightly Roman archaistic tradition, features semicircular archivolts on sculptured capitals that are decorated with fantastic animals. The most outstanding elements from the palace chapel are the Santa Praxedis Chapel, located beneath an image that dates back to 1458, and the throne room from the 14th century with huge pointed diaphragm arches that support a ceiling identical to the ceiling of the Palace of the Kings of Mallorca in Perpignan.

General entrance fee: 9 € (15 € incl. guided tour)

Children and youngsters (from the age of 5 to 16) and retired persons: 4 €

Children below the age of 5: free entrance

Groups of students, retired persons and disabled: free entrance provided they arrange for the corresponding certificate by calling 971 - 21 41 34. Guided tour.

Free entrance to citizens of the European Union on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 17:00 hrs until 20:00 hrs.

Further details of interest:

Roman building that used to be the residence of Muslim governors.

Further information:


Street  del Palau Reial

07001 Palma (Illes Balears)

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Contact details

Telephone: 971 214 134

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Date of last modification: 20 of December 2016

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