Visit Palma de Mallorca and do not miss anything

Things to see

A visit to Mallorca's capital, Palma, should start at the Cathedral, the inside of which was restored by the famous Catalonian architect Antoni Gaudí. From there, head out to visit the Arab baths and palaces at Plaza de Cort. Crown off your day by exploring the Bellver Castle, one of the few circular castles in all of Europe. Built on a defensive hill-top spot, the castle offers a spectacular view of the city. Venture outside the capital to find even more points of interest, such as the town of

Es Trenc

You can take public transportation or drive yourself to this open sea beach, one of the island's top places for enjoying the sun. The 3 km-long beach is part of a protected nature area. Nearby are the Ses Salines salt pans, the second-oldest in the world, dating from the Roman era.