Mallorca for Free

Mallorca is not a cheap island, a fact that most if not all tourist destinations have in common. But, there are numerous things to do and see in this island for free! Aside from the breathtaking view that the island has to offer, rewarding hiking in their amazing trails and swimming in the hidden beaches of the South East, you can also maximize your stay here by doing the following activities for free

1. Free of Charge

Save yourself 5 or 6 Euros by getting a free map at the tourist office or from your hotel reception (which is printed with “free of charge”). It contains the map of Palma de Mallorca on one side and a map of the whole island on the other side.

Get Connected
If you must keep up-to-date with your work online or social networking sites, you can find a number of bars, cafes, hotels and restaurants that offer free Wifi connections for their customers while you eat, drink and relax. In addition, the Palma de Mallorca City Council has launched public spaces where you can use free WiFi including, in the 24 public libraries, the Cultural Center, Cala Estancia, Cala Major, Ciudad Jardin, Parc de Levante, Plaza Juan Carlos I and S’Escorxador Flassaders.

2. Art All You Can

If you’re an art lover, you would definitely enjoy the following museums that offer free entrance for everyone! Don’t miss the following:

Casal Sollerir, the Municipal exhibition centre in the center of Palma de Mallorca, Passeig des Born, 26;

“la Caixa” Foundation (Caixa Forum Palma), a cultural center bringing art, music, theatre and humanities located in Passeig des Born, 26, Palma de Mallorca;

La Lonja, a cultural center hosting art and cultural exhibitions situated in Plaza La Llotja – Paseo Sagrera s/n, Palma de Mallorca;

Museum of Modern Spanish Art, Fundació Joan March, a contemporary Spanish art museum located in C. Sant Miquel, 11, Palma de Mallorca;

Sa Nostra Cultural Centre, a house of contemporary multidisciplinary creation shown in graphic art, photography, painting, sculpture and artistic installation, located in C. Concepció, 12, Palma de Mallorca;

San Carlos Military Museum, a military museum showcasing ancient weapons and other military armaments in Dique del Oeste, Palma de Mallorca;

Ses Voltes, a civic and cultural space, situated at the foot of the Cathedral in Parc de la Mar s/n, Palma de Mallorca; and

Museu de l’Esport, a sport museum that exhibits, medals, trophies and other objects that great Mallorcan sportsmen have used unfortunately, at this time the museum is still closed awaiting a new location.