Churches/Cathedrals in Mallorca

In 1229, when king James I of Aragon defeated the island from the Moors, started the Catholic era in Mallorca. The churches contains a large amount of religious treasures, from altarpieces, artworks and unique artifacts. There are more than 100 of cathedrals, churches and other religious buildings on the historic island of Mallorca. Nowadays, some of them offers accommodation (Sanctuary of Sant Salvador, Monastery of Lluc, Monastery of Victoria and more).

The Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, also known as La Seu, is a Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral located in Palma. You can’t deny, it is the most spectacular builing in whole island of Mallorca. This magnificent builing is 121 metres long, 55 metres wide and its nave is 44 metres tall. Work continued for 400 years! There are 61 stained-glass windows, but the most spectacular is the central rose window, which fulls the building with coloured light. It is must to visit. For more, please, check XMallorca guide.

Església de Santa Maria d'Andratx

Santa Maria church

Santa Maria (Església de Santa Maria d’Andratx) is the parish church, located in the villige of Andratx and it is one of the most representative buildings. It was built in 1248, however, this...

Esglesia Sant Miquel

Sant Miguel church

The church of Sant Miguel is located in the rural town of Felanitx, in the east part of Mallorca. It is a parish church, dedicated to Saint Miguel. The church of Sant Miguel was built between the...