Travellers interested in seeing the sights of Palma can take ferries to Mallorca this year to experience some new guided tours on the island.
The Balearic Tourist Board announced that it will be offering two new excursions between September 15th and October 30th, giving visitors the chance to see 29 of Palma's "hidden courtyards".
Guests will be able to learn more about the city's architectural heritage and see some of the typical aspects of a traditional Mallorcan manor house.
Holidaymakers can take ferries to Palma with Balearia
or Acciona Trasmediterranea
from ports such as Barcelona and Valencia on the Spanish mainland.
Among the highlights of the new tours is Can Bordils, one of the oldest and best-preserved houses in the city, which was rebuilt in the 13th century and features a number of renaissance-style elements.
Tourists can also look out for Can Berga, which is home to a courtyard accessed by a portal arch featuring sculptures by Joan Deya Berga.
Travellers starting their Spanish journey from the UK can take ferries from Portsmouth to Santander
with Brittany Ferries
, which also sails to northern Spain from Plymouth.
Posted by Mark Robinson