Stop At: Parque del Mar.
One of the main urban parks in the capital that is situated right next to the Cathedral underneath the ancient wall. It has green grass, trees, family areas and a great lake that symbolises the old act that the Mediterranean bathed the Cathedral and Wall.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Catedral de Mallorca.
The main religious building of the Island is the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, better known as La Seu. With Gothic influences, it sits above the sea on top of the ancient roman wall of the city in the Bay of Palma. It is declared a monumental-historical-artistic piece and its building was started by King Jaime the first in 1229, in honour of Santa Maria.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Mercat de l’Olivar.
Situated in the commercial heart of Palma, it is one of the most modern markets in Europe. They offer local, seasonal products and local specialised produce. Nowadays, it is a popular meeting point for tourists and residents due to its great variety in food.
Duration: 30 minutes
Pass By: Bellver Castle.
This excellent, gothic style fort is known as the oldest round castle in Europe. In was built at the beginning of the XIV century by King Jaime the second. It is built upon a mound and looks around onto a forest, which offers beautiful views of the city, the port, the mountains and the plains.