Palma is a city with exciting love stories, some of them with a sad ending. A different tour, curious but above all with a lot of love.
Things to do Love and hate
Palma is an emblematic city of mysteries and legends, fantastic animals, corsairs, but also has room for passionate love stories, some of them with sad endings. A different tour, curious but above all with a lot of love.
Almost the entire route runs through the streets of the old town ending very close to the old fish market, the first great civil building built in the city.
We begin our route in the basilica of San Francisco in which a love between young people of good social position ends in a cruel revenge, we will go through the street of the call where you will discover which is its most beautiful jewel.
Our route continues as we enter the main Jewish quarter where the obsession for a woman led her lover to do the most unthinkable thing we could have thought of. We approach the cathedral where you will discover palace intrigues in the style of Romeo and Juliet. We will continue talking about the warden of Bellver Castle, the influence of the moon and we will finish talking about the escape of two lovers in the direction of Gibraltar.
Love is in the air and in the story.
Highlights to see in Love and hate
San Francisco church
Jewish historical areas
old town manor houses
Guide in Spanish
Older than 6 years old: 6.00 €
Children (0-5): free
Availability and starting time
When to book?
You can reserve up to before the activity
Official tour guide from Mallorca
I will be in front of the main entrance of the church
How to book?
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.
Super safe route! COVID-19 efforts
Our route takes the recommendations and key considerations of security and protection against Coronavirus.
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Only the exterior of the named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?