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Places of interest
The first place of interest is Palma Cathedral. Built in 14th-century Gothic style, without doubt it is one of the characteristic images of the city of Palma.
It is set on top of a hill and still has an irresistible magnetism with its stylized volume and above all the interior clarity that envelopes it amidst light and shadows, combined with the bright colours of its enormous stained-glass windows exposed to the Mediterranean sun. This is what everyone who has visited sees and experiences, whether they come to worship, admire or simply to enjoy.
Palma Cathedral has yet another feature that makes it one of the most artistic of all Mediterranean Gothic churches: the Santísimo chapel, designed and executed by the Mallorcan artist Miquel Barceló. Using blows, punches and nudges he has dramatized a peculiar interpretation of the parable of the loaves and the fishes.
For more information: http://www.catedraldemallorca.org.
Palau de L'Almudaina
The Royal Almudaina Palace is a compulsory stopover on any visit to Palma. A building of Roman origin, located in the Paseo Marítimo, which later served as the residence of the walies or Islamic governors. It is now the Royal Palace of Mallorca wh [+ info]
La Lonja
A civil Gothic building (15th century), the work of the architect and sculptor Guillem Sagrera. It represents the economic splendour of the merchants of the period.
With this building the designer was offering the last great Gothic work in Mal [+ info]
Castillo de Bellver
Municipal history museum. 14th-century Gothic castle. Bellver Castle is located 3 km from the centre of the city of Palma and stands at an altitude of 112.6 m above sea level, dominating the bay and a large part of the island of Mallorca.
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Baños Árabes
In the gardens of Can Fontirroig in Palma lie the so-called Arab Baths, one of the few remains of Muslim architecture that have survived on the island.
They consist of a room with a square layout and 12 columns supporting a dome with several di [+ info]
Pueblo Español
The Spanish village (Pueblo Español) is a place one simply has to visit in Palma de Mallorca. As a result of the reconstruction of around 100 of Spain's most famous monuments and buildings, this tourism complex is like a cultural tour of the whole [+ info]
Ayuntamiento
This building, the outside of which dates from the 17th century and the inside from the 19th century, is located in Plaza de Cort, the nerve centre of Palma and connected to the main emblematic streets in the city's old quarter.
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Jardines Alfabia
Alfàbia is a complex consisting of a house, grounds and vegetable garden located in Bunyola right in the heart of the Tramuntana mountain range.
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The Jazz Voyeur Festival, established as one of the biggest musical events of the year in its eighth edition expected 2011. JAZZ SOUNDS IN FALL !

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Here you will find the best restaurants on the island at a bargain price.

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Jazz lovers are in luck in Mallorca. In our hotel we now have the "Blue Jazz Club", a space that will feature artists from jazz every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 23 hours to 1 am.

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Palau de l'Almudaina
The Royal Almudaina Palace is a compulsory stopover on any visit to Palma. A building of Roman origin, located in the Paseo Marítimo, which later served as the residence of the walies or Islamic governors. It is now the Royal Palace of Mallorca where King Juan Carlos holds state ceremonies and summer receptions.
In it one can admire artworks, tapestries dating from the 16th and 17th centuries, furniture from different periods... On leaving the palace stop at the delightful 'S'hort del Rei' gardens with fountains and water features as well as sculptures by artists like Subirach or Joan Miró.
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La Lonja
A civil Gothic building (15th century), the work of the architect and sculptor Guillem Sagrera. It represents the economic splendour of the merchants of the period.
With this building the designer was offering the last great Gothic work in Mallorca, at the same time as he advanced the balance of the Renaissance spirit. Constructed at a time of stylistic transition (1420 - 1452), it renews Gothic whilst exercising an extensive influence, which in the case of Sagrera would materialize in the works carried out by his descendents and disciples for over a century. Nowadays this space is destined for use as an art exhibition centre.
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Castillo de Bellver
Municipal history museum. 14th-century Gothic castle. Bellver Castle is located 3 km from the centre of the city of Palma and stands at an altitude of 112.6 m above sea level, dominating the bay and a large part of the island of Mallorca.
Construction on the castle began in the early 14th century, and it combined defensive and palatial functions. Today it is a place where one breathes peace, with incredible views of the bay and the whole of the city. Ideal for enjoying with the family.
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Baños Arabes
In the gardens of Can Fontirroig in Palma lie the so-called Arab Baths, one of the few remains of Muslim architecture that have survived on the island.
They consist of a room with a square layout and 12 columns supporting a dome with several different round openings. This room was where the hot baths were, and as a result it had a double floor with gaps where the hot water and steam circulated. The baths were constructed in the 11th century and are only partially preserved, as there are no remains of cold baths because they may have formed part of the palace of a Muslim noble.
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Pueblo Español
The Spanish village (Pueblo Español) is a place one simply has to visit in Palma de Mallorca. As a result of the reconstruction of around 100 of Spain's most famous monuments and buildings, this tourism complex is like a cultural tour of the whole country.
Here one can enjoy demonstrations of traditional customs of the different villages in Spain, as well as craft and typical gastronomy demonstrations, which are the main attractions. Visitors can see typical monuments, bars and restaurants from every region, and stroll through the streets and squares of Seville, Granada, Toledo.
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Ayuntamiento
This building, the outside of which dates from the 17th century and the inside from the 19th century, is located in Plaza de Cort, the nerve centre of Palma and connected to the main emblematic streets in the city's old quarter.
Previously the seat of the judges of the former kingdom of Mallorca, its gallery of illustrious barons of the Kingdom of Mallorca stands out.
Nowadays numerous exhibitions are held inside it and multiple popular festivals are organized on the outside.
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Jardines Alfabia
Alfàbia is a complex consisting of a house, grounds and vegetable garden located in Bunyola right in the heart of the Tramuntana mountain range.
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