This masterpiece of a cathedral sits kissed by the Mediterranean Sea and the Majorcan sun. With its impressively large dimensions, you may find yourself thinking that the building is simply too grand for such a minuscule island. But that's what Mallorca's all about, breathtaking beauty distilled to its essence. The cathedral, commissioned by James l of Aragon in 1229 sits atop the bones of a Roman citadel within sighing distance of the Mediterranean Sea. The legendary Antoni Gaudi was invited to take over the project but fell into an acrimonious parting with the contractor before more than a few of his visions could come to fruition (he wouldn't be Gaudi if he were easy to work with). We've heard Le Seu is even more stunning when viewed from the sea. Don't take our word for it, rent a boat and see for yourself.
Even at the height of tourist season, it is unlikely that many will find their way to Bar España, ... Read more