Mallorca

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This Catalan Gothic cathedral stands in the old town overlooking the ocean — Frommer's
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Works in this museum represent one of the most fertile periods of 20th-century art, with canvases by Picasso, Miró, Dalí, and Juan Gris, as well as by Antoni Tàpies. — Frommer's
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Built in the 14C, Bellver Castle offers a unique view across the bay. Once the summer residence of the Kings of Majorca, it later became a prison. — Michelin Guide
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The best work tends to be the monumental-scale outdoor sculpture, but the galleries have some hidden gems of paintings by the likes of Picasso, Chagall, Miró, and Gustav Klimt. — Frommer's
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The rest of the space includes an exhibition gallery, an auditorium, a library with many of the artist's personal documents, and the ever-present museum shop. — Concierge
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The monastery was founded in 1339, but after the monks were expelled in 1835, it acquired a new lease on life by offering apartments to travelers. — Fodor's
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One of Palma's oldest monuments, the 10th-century public bathhouse has a wonderful walled garden of palms and lemon trees. — Fodor's
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Originally an Islamic fort, this mighty construction opposite the cathedral was converted into a residence for the Mallorcan monarchs at the end of the 13th century. — Lonely Planet
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La Llotja-Born
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The very elegant trading room has intersecting ribs decorated with ribs falling down six beautiful twisted columns. — Michelin Guide
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A sound you don't often hear in the interior of Mallorca: the rush of falling water. The irrigation system in these gardens nourishes around 40 varieties of trees, climbers, and flowering shrubs. — Fodor's
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This pristine 2-km (1-mile) stretch of fine white sand on Mallorca's southern coast, much longer than it is wide, is one of the most popular beaches on the island. — Fodor's
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Cort
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On the corner of Carrer de Jaume II is this gem of Palma's early Moderniste architecture, designed in the 1890s by Nicolás Lliteras. — Fodor's
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The Fundació Robert Graves opened this museum dedicated to Deià's most famous resident in the house he built in 1932 — Fodor's
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The undulating facade of this building, built for the wealthy Casasayas family known for their historic Frasquet sweets shop, is a typical feature of Modernisme. — Lonely Planet
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The building is owned and used by the Fundació La Caixa, a cultural and social organization funded by the region's largest bank. — Fodor's
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Can Forteza del Sitjar is one of our favourite patio andaluz (Andalucian courtyard) houses. — Lonely Planet
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Has a unique sculpted Renaissance facade. — Lonely Planet
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