An 18th-century gem with traces of past history dating back to the Moorish period.
A tree-and-pond-dotted park in front of the Almudaina Palace.
Right in front of the Almudaina Palace you'll find this 18th century park — origin uncertain, but in any case, in the 1960s it underwent an almost complete overhaul. As with various other sites in Palma, in this huge garden of trees and ponds you'll find traces of various cultures. For example, it's crossed by the Moorish Arch over the popular swan lake (thought to perhaps once have connected the chambers of the Almudaina to the sea, which once came right up to this area). Here, too, you'll find traces of the Gothic and later periods. To reach the cathedral and the Passeig Marítim from here, simply go up the stairs at the end.