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Serra de Tramuntana

Serra de Tramuntana mountain range has been declared a World Heritage Site. The range encompasses several different municipalities, each with their distinct customs, traditions and architectural elements unique to the region. The mountain range features a unique landscape that has been shaped by the particular amalgamation of resources and evolution of the landscape over the centuries transforming the once harsh mountain range into a habitable area. Terraced land, waterworks, olive groves, use of dry stone walling, and a combination of Arabic and Christian cultural and architectural elements and introduction and modification of new technology to suit the growing needs of the region have lent the entire landscape a unique geographic and cultural aspect. The Serra de Tramuntana can be explore through three routes, the Soller Train Route, Dry Stone Route and Literary route from Valldemossa to Pollerca. For more information, visit the website. Tourist information numbers for individual municipalities can be found on the website.

Palma Cathedral (La Seu)

A glorious ode to the French Gothic style, Palma Cathedral seems to ascend from the ocean with its flying buttresses and golden-hued sandstone walls perched on a cliff overlooking the ocean. The cathedral's high ceilings and gorgeous rose windows inlaid with stunning stained glass adds a sense of light and space to the interiors as the sunlight streams in bathing the columned aisles with a warm, multi-hued glow. Master architect Anton Gaudi left his mark on the cathedral in the form of a fascinating Crown of Thorns that's suspended over the altar, wrought from cork and cardboard. Among the cathedral's many gems, the Portal del Mirador, an ornate door designed by Guillem Sagrera depicting scenes from the Last Supper is worth a look.

Parque Natural de Mondragó

The Parque Natural de Mondrago is the combination of two of the most beautiful coves on Mallorca's east coast. Within its boundaries it has a great variety of ecosystems: beaches, rocky coastline, little dunes, small lakes, low forest, pine forests and traditionally cultivated areas. The small lakes of Amarador and Fuentes de n'Alis are two of the most important ecosystems of the park. That is because these sorts of humid zones are very rare on the Mallorcan coast. The lakes are formed by the growing streams and a wide variety of birds are attracted here such as: water-hens, the common seagull, the red seagull, cormorants, hoopoes, robins, doves, swifts, etc. With picnic spots and great views, the park makes for a great place for a picturesque outing.

Museo Balear de Ciencias Naturales y Jardín Botánico

The Museo Balear de Ciencias Naturales is dedicated to a permanent exhibition of the natural history of the Balearics, with a wide collection of fossils which excite natural historians, but which also entertain young children. These are often fascinated by the shark's teeth which are on display in one of the rooms. There are usually three or four temporary exhibitions a year. The museum is usually visited at the same time as the botanical gardens, because the entry fee includes access to both places. In the garden you can see the wild flora of the Balearics and other exotic flowers, as well as flowers from the Canaries, ornamental flowers and cultivated flowers. There are some species of plant in the garden that are under threat of extinction, especially the Balearic flowers, and this is one opportunity to see them.

Old Town Alcudia

Old Town Alcudia is located two miles from the port. It was the Phoenicians and Greeks who settled here first and were followed by the Romans in the 2nd century, who made Alcudia the capital of the island. But many of the historical sites found here are dated from around 1300 AD onwards, which include old homes, windows, churches, gates of Xara and Palma, ancient city of Pollentia and coat of arms. To enter the old town you have to walk through the two portals (gates) located in the high and impressive city walls that surround the city. To get to know Alcudia, it is best to be a part of the guided tour that will walk you along the city, its narrow streets and ancient sites.

Castell de Bellver

From a luxurious castle built for King James II in the 14th century to a military prison in the 18th and 19th centuries, Bellver Castle bears testament to Palma de Mallorca's centuries-old history. After the Spanish inquisition, it was later used in the 1930's by dictator Franco to imprison insurgents during the Spanish Civil War. Today, it is one of the most visited sites on the island, offering visitors a spectacular vista of Palma and its surrounding areas that have earned it its name 'Bellver' the word meaning 'beautiful view' in Catalan. A unique feature of this medieval castle is its round shape. The circular freestanding keep is surrounded by three cylindrical towers that look out in three directions while the two-leveled courtyard exhibits architectural styles like vaulted Gothic archways. The castle contains the Municipal Museum of Palma with a permanent collection chronicling the city's rich history.

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