Pueblo Español - Spanish Village, Palma de Mallorca

Museum in Palma

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Spain’s rich architectural heritage takes center stage at this unique ‘village’ located on the outskirts of Palma. Here, you’ll find reproductions of iconic buildings from cities like Cordoba, Toledo, and Madrid, alongside traditional houses representing various Spanish regions.

A visit to this site offers a whirlwind tour of Spanish architecture, showcasing its evolution through the influences of both Muslim and Christian cultures. The reproductions are remarkably well-executed, and one particular highlight is the replication of the salon, baths, and patio from the Alhambra Palace, making it a must-see for those who haven’t had the chance to visit Granada.

In addition to exploring the architectural wonders, visitors can indulge in Spanish cuisine at the Plaza Mayor (using Spanish spellings), or enjoy a leisurely moment at an outdoor cafe while watching fellow tourists shop for pearls and souvenirs at the village’s shops. Throughout the ‘village,’ various artists also offer demonstrations of their handicrafts in workshops, adding to the cultural experience.

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Visiting Pueblo Español - Spanish Village, Palma de Mallorca


Opening hours (summer):

From Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00.

Opening hours (winter):

From Monday to Sunday from 09:00 to 17:00


€10 Adults

Address: Pueblo Espanol, Carrer del Poble Espanyol, Palma, Spain
Duration: 20 minutes

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