Marivent Palace to open to the public

Casa de S.M. el Rey / Borja Fotógrafos

ROYAL FAMILY: During their visit last year

KING Felipe VI, Queen Letizia and their daughters Leonor and Sofia spent last weekend at the Marivent Palace in Mallorca.
The last time they had been seen in Mallorca was for the Resurrection Sunday Mass at Palma Cathedral with Queen Sofia. Prior to that, their last visit was in August last year but they are expected to return as usual this summer.
The Royal Family has been coming to Marivent since 1973 when Juan Carlos was still a prince and in recent years, the most frequent visitor has been Queen Sofia. Every year, she likes to make sure all eight of her grandchildren visit the palace.
The new Balearic Government has said that an agreement will be signed with the Royal Family so that during the 10 months of the year that they are not using the Palace, the gardens will be open to the public. Some €1.5 million is spent every year on the upkeep of the 33,000m2 property which was built in 1923.

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