Palma de Mallorca, Spain
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Approximately 4 Hours
Discover some interesting Mallorcan traditions that have their roots in the passion and magic of Arabian culture. The Balearic Islands, rich in natural beauty and artistic heritage, boast numerous landmarks whose architecture and style is based on that of the Moors.
Your guide will point out the Almudiana, La Lonja, and the majestic Cathedral of Palma. The latter was built in Gothic style in 1230 on the foundations of an ancient mosque.
Proceed uphill to reach the Bellver Castle -- the Castle of the Beautiful Views -- situated 403 feet above sea level. As the name promises, you will have a chance to pause here and enjoy the spectacular panorama of the Bay of Palma.
Continue to the Son Amar, a typical well-preserved 16th-century hamlet. This historic and cultural hotspot stages shows of international fame.
You will experience the spectacular and charming Son Amar Pasión show, which includes flamenco dance, the story of a love triangle, stunning sounds and lighting effects, and a range of emotions artistically interpreted by extraordinary professionals -- all in one of the most prestigious theaters in Europe. As satisfying as the entertainment may be, the palate is equally important and you will enjoy a taste of authentic sangria and tapas.
Visit the colorful market to purchase souvenirs or gourmet products to take home.
Minimum age to consume sangria is 18 years.