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Known today as Mallorca, this island is also called by locals by the names of Ciutat de Mallorca and Ciutat, names that were used even before the War of the Spanish Succession, and still remain in the memory and daily lives of people in this beautiful island. And this famous island boasts many things, not only is the first and largest of the Balearic Islands located off the coast of the Iberian Peninsula in Spain, but it is also one of the top destinations for tourists in Spain and Europe. Mallorca is one of the unique and splendid islands in the region and it has beaches and sights to be discovered in a Mallorca car hire.
Drive in your Mallorca car rental south of La Seu, just past the town walls and enjoy this fantastic place for a nice afternoon in the outdoors, relaxing in a lovely shaded area, surrounded by rows of outdoor wooden pews.
La Seu cathedral is a vast and popular attraction in the main city, Palma de Mallorca. Built on a previous mosque, originally, its construction started in 1229, and continued to be altered and upgraded all through 1600. Local architect Antoni Gaudí back in 1901 started the restoration project, which resulted in what you see today at La Seu.
Near the Convent of the Cathedral, this is a place tourists love to visit. Called the Banys Árabs, you will love the Byzantine traces at this small two-roomed brick building which dates from the 11th century. Featuring a cupola with five oculi, this bath room receives a dazzling natural light for an even better look. In this same place you will have the chance to view the gardens of Ca'n Fontirroig, a place full of Sardinian warblers, cacti, house sparrows, a wide range of flowers and ferns, palm trees, and more of the beautiful local nature.
Take your photograph at the lovely entrance with the incredible garden beyond it. So make it a daytrip to the quiet Ca'n Serra street for a glance at one of the few remnants of the Moorish past of the city in a Mallorca car hire.