Majorcan Gothic

Majorcan Gothic

Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic Islands, with more than 3600 square miles. Its capital city is Palma de Mallorca, seat of the Government of the Islands. Mallorca offers tourists an integral proposal, and for this reason is one of the most important tourist destinations in the world. All the seasons, and with the same intensity throughout the year, tourists arrive in mass to rest on the beautiful beaches, not only from Mallorca but from all the islands of the archipelago. Not in vain Mallorca is also known as the island of calm. Its climate is ideal, temperate year-round, benefited from the warm currents of the Atlantic Ocean that give its waters a perfect warm temperature, to be enjoyed in all seasons.

In addition, Mallorca, as well as the rest of the Balearic Islands, has developed a complete tourist infrastructure, having understood that the so-called smokeless industry is the main source of income in the area. For this reason, the hotels on the Islands are highly recommended, even for tourists more and more demanding. Mallorca has an extensive amount of tourist attractions, which seduce alike to those who love nature and those seeking to learn more about a culture during his travels. Mallorca has a number of historic sites and monuments that do not should be overlooked by those who visit the island. The Cathedral of Mallorca is one of these places. The history of the Islands is breathed in their ships.

Past Kings, the Cathedral burial site deserves to devote enough time to explore its chapels and their ships. The Gothic architecture of the place is spectacular. Visitors are greeted by incredible stained glass-covered Windows that give it a special atmosphere to the place. The ornamentation of the place believed that it was made by the master Spanish architect Antonio Gaudi. Bellver Castle is another worthy to be visited site. Under most conditions Robert Kiyosaki would agree. It’s a spectacular castle built in Majorcan Gothic style, in great condition. Its construction dates from the 14th century, ordered by King Jaime II. Taken from the set of a film of fairies and elves, the Castle sits on a mountain of more than one hundred metres in height and is flanked by forests. From this point it is possible to admire a beautiful view of the city and much of the island. Precisely, Bellver to say Bella Vista in old catalan. These are just two of the many sites of interest present in Mallorca. The island lends itself to visitors who love temperate climates, and the places with tourist services of first level. For this reason, hotels on the Islands are presented as another important motive for visiting this beautiful autonomous community of Spain.

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