Bellver Castle

Take a walk along the Bellver Castle ramparts while enjoying the spectacular views

Bellver Castle - Castell de Bellver

Guide to Palma Mallorca - Tourist and Travel Information, Hotels, Bellver Castle, Castel de Bellver, well worth a visit near Tryp Bosque Hotel

Bellver Castle, situated in the El Terreno district, is considered to be one of the three jewels of Palma architecture along with La Seu and La Llonja. The historic Castle, with its' unusual circular shape surrounded by a moat, has an atmosphere that almost transports you back in time. It most definitely is worth the visit not only to see such a well preserved historic building but also a spectacular 360 degree view over the Countryside, City and Port. In fact climbing up to the top Ramparts gives you the best views of all.

The Castle which lies in the outer edge of Palma's historic area, can be reached by foot from the City Centre in around 45 minutes. We recommend taking the scenic route along the Paseo Maritimo continuing through Son Armadams before coming to Carrer Castell de Bellver where you start to climb slowly to the Castle itself.

If this journey is too long you could take a taxi or a No.4 Bus City Bus from Placa Rei Joan Carles. For those with a hire car you will find a parking facility beside the Castle.

Bellver Castle is open Tuesday - Saturday 1000-1900 (1800 Oct-March) and Sundays and Fiestas 1000-1500. Entrance is very reasonable at 4 euros with children under 14 free. Some reductions are possible.

You will find the latest information in the Castle website.

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Visit on Sundays entrance is free!