Palma scavenger hunt and city tour
The city of Palma is a fitting capital, not only of Mallorca, but also of the Balearic islands. Set in the beautiful bay of Palma, famous for its stunning sunsets, the city’s most imposing site is the huge 13th century cathedral. This beautiful building is close to the 10th century Arab baths and is the gateway to the city’s old quarter of narrow winding streets and ornate squares where orange and olive trees give shade to the many charming street cafés.
Palma scavenger hunt is the ideal way to explore the city.
Explore Palma Mallorca, playing our scavenger hunt and city tour!
What to expect
- Uncover the highlights with an interactive smartphone app. Solve location-based riddles on this walking tour.
- Visit 10 of the most important attractions in the city as you walk. Stop and find clues at each attraction to reveal your next destination.
- Enjoy the challenge of using logic, imagination, observation, and team spirit to finish the game.
- Feel the thrill of completing each riddle. Start or pause the tour whenever you want. See the city at your own pace.
- Read interesting information and facts. Stop to snap pictures as you go. Reveal an exciting a puzzle at the exterior of each attraction.
- Mobile app and login credentials
- Self guided tour
Important information about Palma scavenger hunt
- Average duration: 2 hours including total walking time 1 hour
- Supported languages: English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Dutch
- Museum admission fees: Visits to museums and other attractions do not require a ticket, as the puzzles are related to
their outdoor areas. Admission is purely your choice.
Not suitable for…
- Wheelchair users
- People with mobility impairments
- Unaccompanied children
What to bring
- Weather-appropriate and comfortable clothing and shoes
- Charged smartphone
- Internet connection in case of the online-mobile application.
What you need to know about Palma scavenger hunt ?
- No one will be waiting for you anywhere, it’s just you and your smartphones!
- You can start playing anytime, any day, every day! You can even pause your game and resume later or any other day within a year !
- You can use one language per serial number. If your group is multilingual, you will need to buy more games if you need more languages.
- There is no time limit for the game. You can complete it at any time at your own pace.
- Our game is completely outdoor, so it depends on the weather. The game can continue on the same day or another day if it is interrupted.
- Prefer to start the game in daylight, as the lack of light may make it difficult to solve puzzles. However, the game can still be played at night.
- Children must be accompanied by an adult. It is a nice and very educational activity for them if an adult helps them solve the puzzles and explains them.
- Puzzles do not require knowledge. Players must use their imagination, logic, combinatorial thinking and cooperation.
- Every attraction hides a puzzle ! The puzzles are independent and not connected to each other through a story. The goal is for players to interact with the attractions and their surrounding areas !
- Our game is completely covid19-free as it is an outdoor game!
Palma scavenger hunt and city tour
Starting location: Tren Soller
Ending location: Sa Feixina park
You will visit:
- Tren Soller
- Plaza Espana
- Plaza Mayor
- Iglesia Santa Eulalia
- Basilica de Sant Fransesc
- Eglesia de Monti Sion de Palma
- cathedral basilica La Seu
- Placa de la Reina
- Lonja de Mallorca
- Sa Feixina park
Tren Soller – starting point of Palma scavenger hunt and city tour
The Ferrocarril de Sóller is a railway which operates the electrified ,yellow tracks running between the towns of Sóller and Palma on the island of Mallorca and also stops at smaller towns between them. It was firstly constructed by Siemens. The route begins from north of the capital , continues through the mountains and many tunnels and ends to the railway station of Soller. It is a very nice place to start your walk and maybe you can buy a ticket and do one of it’s famous routes!
The Plaza de España in the city of Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain, is a public space, the nerve center of communications in the Mallorcan capital, since the Intermodal Station is located there.
Many streets and squares converge on the square: Juan March and Alexandre Rosselló avenues, Parque de las Estaciones and Eusebio Estada street. Where the Palma walls used to be located is the Plaza de la Porta Pintada, which connects with San Miguel and Olmos streets.
The space occupied by the Plaza Mayor in Palma de Mallorca is that of the old convent of San Felipe Neri and some neighboring houses. Until 1823 the square was the seat of the Inquisition. Once the headquarters of the Inquisition was demolished, it took ten years before the works began on the first wing, which was completed in 1838.
Iglesia Santa Eulalia
The church of Santa Eulalia is a religious temple of Catholic worship under the invocation of Eulalia de Barcelona in the city of Palma de Mallorca. It has been an Asset of Cultural Interest since 1931.
Basilica de Sant Fransesc
The San Francisco de Palma de Mallorca Convent is a complex made up of the minor basilica of the same name. Construction began at the end of the 13th century. On February 4, 1881, the convent’s Gothic cloister was declared a National Monument.
Eglesia de Monti Sion de Palma
Monti-sion Convent is a Jesuit convent located at Monti-sion Street, no. 22, from the city of Mallorca. In 1561 the Society of Jesus arrived in Mallorca commanded by Jeroni Nadal. The Jesuits occupied what had been the previous headquarters of the first General Study Lul·lià, before it was the site of the Major Synagogue. In 1571 Bartomeu Coch began work on the new church, financed by Ramon de Verí. The great influence of the Jesuits, in the sociocultural world, made them enemies with the royal power.
Cathedral basilica La Seu
The cathedral is 121 metres long, 40 metres wide and its nave is 44 metres tall. Designed in the Catalan gothic style but with Northern European influences, it was begun by King James I of Aragon in 1229 but only finished in 1601. It sits within the old city of Palma atop the former citadel of the Roman city. Somewhere between the Royal Palace of La Almudaina and the episcopal palace. It also overlooks the Parc de la Mar and the Mediterranean Sea. This is one of the most important things to do while in Palma. A very impressive building that won’t let you down.
Placa de la Reina
The “Plaça de la Reina”, built in 1863, is located at the end of the Paseo del Borne. It is west of the cathedral in the historic center of the island’s capital, Palma. In the middle of the square is a round fountain surrounded by a flowerbed in honor of Joan Alcover. There are also some ombú trees in the complex that are otherwise only native to South America. Furthermore there is a stand for the coachmen from Palma. It is a very nice square where you can take a break.
Lonja de Mallorca
La Lonja de Palma de Mallorca is one of the masterpieces of Gothic architecture in Mallorca. It was built by Guillem Sagrera between 1420 and 1452 and was the headquarters of the College of Merchants. This old fish market is a great place for nice photos!
Sa Feixina park – ending point of Palma scavenger hunt and city tour
Very Tranquil Quiet Space to have a walk around or sit and Relax, lovely fountains and Monument with lovely detail. Nice to have a break away from the traffic. It is lovely in the summer time, very popular with the locals at the weekend.