Jewish Palma de Mallorca Tour

Sign up and visit the Medieval Jewish Quarter of Palma. All the secrets of Call Major are waiting for you on this tour through the medieval and Jewish history of the city. We´ll be waiting for you!

Things to do Jewish Palma de Mallorca Tour

We´ve prepared the Jewish Palma Tour to allow you to discover Call Major of Palma from end to end. This is the Northeast of the city where the Jews settled and lived.

We will discover the Muslim Aljama or the amazing sculpture dedicated to the Cresque cartographers. Join us for a stroll around the streets that comprise the Jewish Quarters of this city in the Middle Ages and find out what happened on the night of 2 August 1391 when the fire destroyed everything.

In the company of a Spanish speaking guide, travel through the massive conversions of 1435, walking through the first Synagogue Major, Monti-sion Church or Pelletería and Sol Streets, known as the New Synagogue. Do you want to find out what daily life was like for Jews? What about their customs and culture?

On this walking tour, contemplate how Jews were able to adapt to new customs and cultures that little by little spread across the whole island. It was in 1300 when they moved to the Call Major from the old Roman city placed in the Call de la Almudaina and the Callet.

The Call is full of alleyways that we walk through just like children from the city’s medieval period, through the streets Sol, Monti-sion and Santa Clara.

Live the history of the Inquisition where some inhabitants of the Call were persecuted, even sentenced to death and discover its inhabitants’ everyday life through the most intriguing corners of this quarter.

Come with us to discover how the city was reborn after the Jews were expelled and the appearance of the Xuetes, who are descendants of converted Jews. Live the medieval history of Palma de Mallorca, walk through its Cal alleyways, be amazed byits emblematic synagogues and feel the history that remains reflected on the walls of this island even today.

Don’t give it a second thought. Join us and visit Palma de Mallorca on this Jewish Palma Tour.

Highlights to see in Jewish Palma de Mallorca Tour

  • Muslim Aljama.
  • Mallorca Museum.
  • Call Major.
  • Sculptured dedicated to the Cresque Cartographers
  • Monti-sion church
  • San Alonso and Posada de Montserrat.
  • And much more!



2 hours


Spanish speaking guide


Adults: € 12
Children (0-11): free


You can check it on the calendar (on the right side) or on the Book button!

Outside guided visit

We will visit from outside all monuments and places of our tour description


The best Spanish Speaking guides of Palma de Mallorca
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Food and drinks
Transportation (walking tour)

Meeting point

It will be indicated on the reservation voucher.


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Limited availability. Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability. Choose date and fill in the required fields. Secure and protected payment. You will immediately receive your booking confirmation.

Do the tours run despite bad weather conditions and public holidays?

Affirmative! Otherwise we will contact you in advance to inform you about it.

Can I modify or cancel my booking?

If you modify or cancel your booking at least 48 hours in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.


The minimum number of people is 2 or the payment of the same.

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Our route takes the recommendations and key considerations of security and protection against Coronavirus.

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Jewish Palma de Mallorca Tour

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