Medieval meets modernThe architecture in Palma is astounding. The 800-year-old Cathedral, La Seu, is a good place to start. It is a vast structure mishmashing renaissance and gothic architecture. Its interior is just as stunning with features by Gaudi and Michel Barcelo. Then you have the Palau de l'Almudaina, the official residence of the King of Spain. Built in the 13th century, it's Moorish influences are obvious. To the west, the Bellver Castle, a unique round tower with spectacular views of the landscape. During your stay at a Bed and Breakfast Palma de Mallorca, be sure to look up and notice the astonishing modern architecture. With surreal shapes and contours, Gaudi's influence can be seen throughout.
Arab QuarterBehind the Cathedral, you can find the Arab Quarter. It's very easy to get lost among the labyrinth of twisting stone streets. You could spend hours discovering the little museums, quaint courtyards and curious Moorish architecture. Maybe spend some time here during your stay in a Bed and Breakfast Palma de Mallorca. Browse the little boutiques and artisan craft shops as well as all the high street brands you'd expect.
BeachlifeOften compared to Barcelona, Palma has its very own urban beach. Small and laid back it is not to be confused with the rowdy Playa de Palma over 10kms away. Walk along the seafront and stop at a beach bar to nibble on some tapas and sip a refreshing beer.
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