Bulls Palma de Mallorca

Historically, Palma de Mallorca has been one of the most important bullrings in Spain, with a long and established bullfighting tradition throughout the island of Mallorca. Until 1929, the opening year of the current Balearic Coliseum, the bullfighting celebrations were held in the previous one, located in the Old Town, on the Obispo Berenguer de Palou street.

The current bullring is the work of the Mallorcan architect Gaspar Bennàzar, driven by businessman José Tous Ferrer, and is one of the most beautiful in Spain. With a capacity for more than 14,000 spectators, in its golden age gave many celebrations with the most important posters of the time, reaching even in the 60s to be the most important bullring in the world beating Madrid in bullfights.

Palma de Mallorca Bullfighting Fair

Traditionally, the Balearic Coliseum celebrated different bullfights during July and August, being a seasonal bullring.

Palma de Mallorca is one of the victims of the anti-bullfighting policy and lobby that has devised a meaningless law to prohibit bulls as we know them and in 2018 it has not been possible to celebrate bullfights in the capital. Actually, the law is in the courts and we hope that it will be resolved with logic and freedom.


Useful info of Palma de Mallorca

  • Coliseo Balear address: Avenida Arquitecte Gaspar Bennàzar, 32 – 07004 Palma, Baleares.
  • Category: second.


History of the Bullfighting Fair of Palma de Mallorca

Alejandro Talavante was the last winner in August 2017, leaving on shoulders with bulls from Núñez de Tarifa in which he cut both ears to the second of his lot with a task for history. Shared poster with the brothers Rivera, Paquirri and Cayetano.

We regret to inform you that, currently, Servitoro does not have tickets for this show, but we recommend other bullfighting experiences.

If you need more information you can contact us by email clientes@servitoro.com or by calling 963308593 (Hours: Monday-Friday 9.00am - 8.00pm).

Servitoro, bullfighting news Palma de Mallorca Bullring, Cádiz.

Historically, Palma de Mallorca has been one of the most important bullrings in Spain, with a long and established bullfighting tradition throughout the island of Mallorca. Until 1929, the opening year of the current Balearic Coliseum, the bullfighting celebrations were held in the previous one, located in the Old Town, on the Obispo Berenguer de Palou street.

The current bullring is the work of the Mallorcan architect Gaspar Bennàzar, driven by businessman José Tous Ferrer, and is one of the most beautiful in Spain. With a capacity for more than 14,000 spectators, in its golden age gave many celebrations with the most important posters of the time, reaching even in the 60s to be the most important bullring in the world beating Madrid in bullfights.

Palma de Mallorca Bullfighting Fair

Traditionally, the Balearic Coliseum celebrated different bullfights during July and August, being a seasonal bullring.

Palma de Mallorca is one of the victims of the anti-bullfighting policy and lobby that has devised a meaningless law to prohibit bulls as we know them and in 2018 it has not been possible to celebrate bullfights in the capital. Actually, the law is in the courts and we hope that it will be resolved with logic and freedom.


Useful info of Palma de Mallorca

  • Coliseo Balear address: Avenida Arquitecte Gaspar Bennàzar, 32 – 07004 Palma, Baleares.
  • Category: second.


History of the Bullfighting Fair of Palma de Mallorca

Alejandro Talavante was the last winner in August 2017, leaving on shoulders with bulls from Núñez de Tarifa in which he cut both ears to the second of his lot with a task for history. Shared poster with the brothers Rivera, Paquirri and Cayetano.

We regret to inform you that, currently, Servitoro does not have tickets for this show, but we recommend other bullfighting experiences.

If you need more information you can contact us by email clientes@servitoro.com or by calling 963308593 (Hours: Monday-Friday 9.00am - 8.00pm).

Servitoro, bullfighting news Palma de Mallorca Bullring, Cádiz.

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