Scavenger Hunt Palma de Mallorca

Take your kids on an exciting adventure around Palma de Mallorca as they go on a scavenger hunt. Hear tales of dragons, bats and magical streets while you explore the beautiful island capital.

Palma de Mallorca Scavenger Hunt

Discover Palma

Bring your children to Palma and let them experience the city in a unique and interactive way. Forget the traditional city tours – this time your kids will be actively involved as they search for mythical creatures and explore the city’s legends and folklore. Let them discover the culture of Palma in a fun and exciting way!


Designed for Kids

The usual concept of a city tour is to follow someone and listen to what they have to say. This rarely works with kids, as they want to play. And that’s exactly where we start. We address their playfulness and their thirst for adventure, so that your children WANT to explore the city. You just have to follow them.

Palma Entdecker


As a family, you have complete flexibility with timing. No specific time when you need to arrive in Palma’s old town. No forced running on, even if the kids need a break. You decide the time and pace. And if you don’t finish in one day, you can take a break and continue the tour another time.


Interactive App

You can play the tour game on a scavenger hunt app on a smartphone or tablet, both Android and Apple. All stations can be accessed directly through GPS and a map.

Schnitzeljagd App Vorschau
Scavenger Hunt Palma de Mallorca

Riddles & Legends

If you don’t want to use the app, your children will have a booklet available with a drawn map, short stories, and the same riddles. The questions are easy to solve, so no frustration arises.

Help for Parents and Answers

Just in case you get lost, you’ll receive a second e-book with a link to google maps, so you can follow the tour on an alternative device. In the same e-book, we provide you with the correct answers to the questions and some more information on how the tour game works.


16 Points of Interest

The first Majorcans
The Royal Palace
The biggest Church in the World
Palma’s Dragon
The last Governor
The wicked Count
The Arab Baths
The Nuns who sell Cookies
The street of the Wind
A Knight and a Dragon
Snow, Ice Cream and Chocolate
The Bench of the Loafers
Poisoned Pralines
A Holy Rock
Lame Animals
Disappearing Sphinxes



Reading Sample Kids Reading Sample Parents

– self-guided sightseeing tour through Palma’s old town.
– Full flexibility: with breaks and interruptions.
– Duration approx. 2 hours (always depending on which sights you look at more closely).
– scavenger hunt app or booklet as a guide.

29,95 Euro

for one family or group


The scavenger hunt app, free download in App Store or Google Play
2 E-Books, one for kids, one for the adults

1 QR-Code to start the tour in the App.

The QR code will be sent to your email address in a separate email approximately 24 to 48 hours after purchase of the tour. If you need the code earlier, contact us by email before purchasing.

The code can only be used (scanned) once on only one device. Additional accesses can be bought separately.

Recommended age: For children from 6 to 12 years. Younger children need help reading. For teenagers, the riddles may be too easy to solve.

Once we receive the payment, you will get a confirmation email containing the download links to the PDFs and the online tour on Google Maps.


What kids have to say about the scavenger hunt through Palma

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

“Made the city stroll not as boring as usually.” Julia (10)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“We really liked looking for places and being the tour guides.” Lucie (6) & Len (9)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“The hunt was really exciting and there were so many things to solve.” Caspar (5) & Bruno (7)

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