Palma de Mallorca is one of Europe’s busiest cruise destinations. Ranked as the third busiest cruise port in Europe, Palma de Mallorca will see about 1.9 million cruise passengers in 2020. To predict crowds, we look at European vacations as well as the cruise schedule. Our daily crowd predictor combines this data into a single overview.
Like other European cruise destinations, peak season in Mallorca is during and around the European summer. While the summer months can be very busy, it can get busy in spring or autumn as well. In spring, crowds will visit Mallorca during the European Easter break as well as on those days that lots of cruise ships are in port. Normally, the world’s busiest cruise ships set sail to Palma de Mallorca. In recent years all new large ships from Royal Caribbean including the world’s largest ship, Symphony of the Seas, had Palma de Mallorca on their itinerary.
|wdt_ID||Date||Arrival time||Departure time||Ship||Max passengers||Crew|
|2||01/08/2019||08:00||18:00||Seven Seas Voyager||777||447|
|8||03/08/2019||06:00||Marella Discovery 2||2.198||735|
Especially the area surrounding the cathedral in Palma de Mallorca can get extremely crowded. We advise you to book your activities ahead and avoid large tour groups or tours booked through a cruise line. To book activities, please explore our skip-the-line section and search for Mallorca.