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Palma Aquarium, Palma de Mallorca

One of the finest aquariums in Europe, with the largest display of live coral & the large Shark Tank

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Palma Aquarium immerses you slowly into the ocean so that you can discover its secrets and the different species that inhabit the deep sea.

With the touch pool, the Aquarium tries to break down barriers between visitors and animals. This exhibit allows the visitor to touch and learn about its inhabitants.

The kids play area in the gardens, is one of the main features. Here the little ones will be able to explore and play on the pirate ship stranded on the rocks.

The aquarium strives to provide visitors a unique experience, and offers many activities such as diving with sharks or rays, shark sleepovers or shark observation from a glass bottom boat.

For more information and online offers, please contact the aquarium directly using the enquiry links on this page or visit their website where you can purchase tickets at the best price.

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The 'Big Blue' is the biggest shark tank in Europe and gives qualified scuba divers the chance to swim with sharks. Read our review here.

All corals at the aquarium are real. Palma Aquarium is a global pioneer in the controlled breeding of coral. Many of the corals that you'll see, are breed on the premises.

Visitor comments

  • "Brilliant, lots of information available on all the different creatures via interactive talk boards. Love the bean bags so you can sit/lie to watch the fish at leisure. Great play area for the kids with a small splash pad available too, free face painting by sailors was fun, loved the theme." - Trip Advisor
  • "Really good site, lots to see, one of the best aquarium's we've been to, got to see live wedding in the shark tank! My daughter loved the soft play area in the basement below the sharks. Would highly recommend if you need a day away from the sun." - Trip Advisor
  • "Well worth a visit! The tanks and fish were amazing especially sharks swimming over your head. Lovely play area for kids and they can even touch some of the fish,perfect for all ages!" - Trip Advisor

When to come

The aquarium is open all year round.. A visiting time of between three to four hours is recommended.

Summer Opening times:

  • Open - 09:30
  • Last entry - 17:00
  • Closing - 18:30

Please check opening times on their website if visiting between October and April.

How to get passes

You can buy tickets once your there, or if you want to avoid the queues then you can buy the tickets online through their website.

Prices for the Aquarium are €24 for adults and €12 for children.

Child policy

Children of all ages are welcome and children under 4 get free entry. Family tickets are also available to purchase online.


Map of the surrounding area