It is essential that you visit the imposing Gothic Cathedral of Palma, built between the 13th and the 17th century. It took almost four centuries to finish it, which gives you an idea of its magnitude. It is a construction of Mediterranean Gothic style, with clear influences from Northern Europe. It is 121 metres long and 55 metres high.
Bellver Castle is one of the few circular castles in Europe and is the oldest one of its kind. It is managed by Palma City Council. Inside, you can find Palma’s History Museum. The castle and the tribute tower are surrounded by a moat.
The Palace of La Almudaina is located in front of the Cathedral and was built on the site of an old Muslim palace. Then, it became the place of residence of the Mallorcan royalty. Palma was founded by the Roman consul Quintus Cecilius Metelus in 123 BC and the first centre of the city developed around the Palace of La Almudaina.
The Monastery of Lluc is Mallorca’s spiritual centre, where the Gothic 14th-century image of the island´s patron saint Mare de Déu de Lluc (“Mother of God of Lluc”) is worshipped. This sanctuary is located in the north of Mallorca, in a valley surrounded by mountains of the mountain range of Tramuntana, 500 metres above sea level.
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