The Cathedral of Palma de Mallorca is one of the island’s landmark symbols and a place that any visitor should include in their holiday plans.
Its construction was overseen by king Jaume II. La Seu, as it is known by all Mallorcans, is a gothic temple, even if its main entrance, finished in 1601, belongs to the late Renaissance. The catedral has a surface area of 6,600 sqm and features 87 openings with rose windows, two of these truly spectacular, with others kept sealed. Its layout, as customary in this kind of design, is made up of 3 naves and its sides boast 16 chapels most of which include baroque altarpieces.