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If you are traveling to Mallorca, we offer you information to know more about the new sanitary control process
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Covid 19

If you are traveling to Mallorca, we offer you information to know more about the new sanitary control process
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Covid 19

Practical information on the coronavirus (COVID-19).
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Platges Segures

SAFE BEACHES

Information on occupancy of the beaches.

Before going to the Palma’s
beaches it’s important to
check the occupancy level.



When all this is over, we want to be your destination for starting over again. Meanwhile, we suggest to you these virtual visits to some of Palma’s most outstanding buildings and museums.


Bellver Castle

Bellver Castle


Virtual visit to the Bellver Castle, one of the most original and emblematic buildings constructed throughout the history of Mallorca, with a spectacular view of the Bay of Palma.

La Seu

La Seu (the Cathedral of Mallorca)


Guided visit to La Seu (the Cathedral of Mallorca), which like a great ship on the sea dominates the Bay of Palma and is an icon of the island’s historical and cultural heritage.

Es Baluard

Es Baluard


Virtual visit to the current exhibitions presented in Es Baluard, a journey through the Museum’s selection of contemporary art associated with the Balearic Islands and the international contexts.

Fundació Miró Mallorca

Miró Mallorca Foundation


Visit the Miró Mallorca Foundation without leaving home, thanks to the virtual visit created by a group of students of the Sant Josep Obrer School. Do you want to feel the "magic" of Miró’s art?

Taller Sert

Sert Studio


A short film on the Sert Studio, in which you will discover why this place became a territory of creation and inspiration for the great artist Joan Míró.

This is Palma

"This is Palma", different and genuine, authentic and real. A city that, when all this is over, wants to surprise you. Will you come and explore it?

We present to you the new Playa de Palma, so that when all this is over this will be the place to go. Will you come and enjoy it?


Tourist plans of Palma and Playa de Palma

Palma Map

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Find out why Palma will make you feel passionate about culture


Palma will make you fall in love with its Mediterranean culture. The Balearics' urban destination par excellence welcomes you with emblematic buildings such as the City Hall, the Cathedral, Bellver Castle, La Lonja, the Almudaina Palace and the Arab Baths, amongst others. More information >>

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Discover all that Palma has to offer to for a sporting trip!


The city of Palma has an excellent location on the shores of the Mediterranean. A world of possibilities opens up before you. Cycling, sailing, running, golf … or take part in one of the sporting events that take place all year round! More information >>

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The best of Mediterranean and international gastronomy on your doorstep!


In a city bathed by the Mediterranean like Palma, you have to try the excellent local gastronomy. Traditional recipes prepared on a daily basis with the finest produce that the land and sea have to offer have given rise to popular dishes like "tumbet" and "frit", amongst others. More information >>

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The Mediterranean's best shopping


Walking is an excellent way of getting to know the city, savouring its atmosphere, seeing the shop windows and, of course, enjoying some shopping. In Palma you will find everything from streets of exclusive luxury shops to little lanes with traditional shops. More information >>



Mask

Infractions

Protocol


COVID-19: The Regional Health Ministry strengthens the measures to prevent the propagation of COVID-19 and makes the use of face masks mandatory in public spaces

The Regional Ministry for Health and Consumer Affairs has drawn up a resolution to strengthen the measures designed to prevent the propagation of COVID-19, amongst which the use of face masks will be made mandatory in public. These measures will enter into force on Monday.

According to the latest data from the Health Service and the Service of Epidemiology, the Balearic Islands have a little over 130 active cases and 10 active outbreaks (8 in Majorca, 1 in Minorca, and 1 in Ibiza). Additionally, the 14-day cumulative incidence of SARS-CoV-2 is 4.35 per 100,000 inhabitants (it is 9.89 overall in Spain) and the 7-day cumulative incidence is 1.57 per 100,000 inhabitants (it is 4.99 overall in Spain).

Given the pandemic's evolution and because it has been seen that the situation in a specific region can change suddenly if a large outbreak occurs, it has been considered appropriate to strengthen the measures to prevent the propagation of COVID-19.

Therefore, the finishing touches are currently being put on a resolution that will enter into force on Monday to modify the Plan for Exceptional Prevention, Containment, and Coordination Measures to Face the COVID-19 Health Crisis, having already passed Phase 3 of the Transitional Plan Towards the New Normal. This plan was approved by the Governing Council on 19 June.

Main Measures

Amongst other measures, the resolution makes it obligatory to use face masks in public. This includes in buildings with a public use and that house services that cater to the public. Exceptions, however, include pools, beaches, and dining establishments when eating and drinking.

Additionally, there is a limit in capacity for social and family gatherings, like anniversary parties, which is set at a maximum of 70 people outdoors and 30 indoors. In terms of wedding and other official social events, whether religious or civil in nature, the maximum capacity can reach 250 people outdoors and 150 indoors. In the event of a religious or civil wedding ceremony, whether it be indoors or outdoors, the use of face masks will be obligatory for all attendees despite the fact that social distancing measures can be respected. During the celebration, the use of face masks will be obligatory if social distancing measures cannot be respected – except when consuming food and drinks.

Likewise, the number of people who can participate in choir rehearsals and performances has been increased to 30, but always using a face mask and respecting social distancing guidelines.

In terms of music bands, their activities are also regulated and face masks must be worn by all except for musicians who play wind instruments.

Likewise, the limit of one hour to the use of children's play facilities has been lifted and children can now remain there for as much time as they like.

The occupancy limit in taxis has been removed and, in relationship with private cars, it is still obligatory to wear face masks if the occupants do not live together.

Likewise, the limit of 25 people in non-regulated educational centres has been removed.





Practical information on the coronavirus (COVID-19)

Telephones and websites

To favour access to rigorous and up-to-date information, the Government of the Balearic Islands has set in motion the website coronavirus.caib.es and the phone line 900 101 863, operative from 8:00 to 15:00, to answer any queries from the educational, social, cultural, sports, commercial and political institutions related with the information contained in this page.

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