Palma itself, the Balearics’ one real city, is a bustling, historic place whose grand mansions and magnificent Gothic cathedral defy the expectations of many visitors. And so does the northwest coast, where visitors delight in the rearing peaks of the rugged Serra de Tramuntana, beautiful cove beaches, monasteries at Valldemossa and Lluc, and a string of delightful old towns and villages – such as Deià, Sóller and Pollença.
Antoni Gaudi Altar- Palma de Mallorca Cathedral - Looking at the altar of the cathedral of Palma from the nave, you can admire the view of the brilliant baldachin Antonio Gaudí. It is a heptagonal vast crown hanging from the ceiling and bent on altar. It is a symbol of the Holy Spirit.