A perfect introduction to the city of Palma to view the city’s main attractions and stop in the heart of the Gothic quarter. Your scenic drive takes you to Bellver Castle; this unusual, round castle dominates Palma and the harbor and was once an important military stronghold. From the ramparts, enjoy fantastic views of the city and the port below - a fantastic opportunity to capture the sight on camera.
Relax while you are being offered typical local refreshment: hot chocolate and local pastry. Your next stop will be a tour inside Spain’s second largest Gothic-style cathedral; La Seu Cathedral is magnificent, with spires dominating the skyline above the seafront and massive buttresses gracing the exterior. Located in the old Portela Quarter of Palma, the Cathedral was built from the 13th century and construction lasted over 300 years.
On your return walk by the Almudaina Palace a typical ancient residence of the Moorish kings, which later became the Royal House for the King and Queen of Mallorca. This tour requires approximately 3 hours’ of walking and the walk to the Cathedral involves a steep incline and many steps.