After winter, in Palma there is a sign that marks the arrival of spring: the opening of the terraces of the Cathedral. Starting in May, visitors can come and admire the flying buttresses, the main rose window, and the bell tower.
Tomorrow, May 3rd, the Cathedral will reopen its terraces to the public. The visit allows you to enjoy Palma from a bird’s-eye view and discover unexpected corners of the basilica. The access will be self-guided and will take place every 30 minutes. From Monday to Friday, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. From May 3rd to the 6th, residents will have free entry. You will need to present the reservation received by email at the ticket office.
The price of the ticket, which includes the visit to the Cathedral, the terraces, as well as the Museum of Sacred Art of Mallorca, will be €20. The access for residents will be €7. And on Fridays, by presenting your ID, you can get a free ticket at the Seu’s ticket office. Ticket sales will be available both on the website and at the Cathedral’s ticket office, with a maximum capacity of 60 people per visit.