Arab City Wall
Església del Monti-Sion
The gaudy baroque facade of the Església del Monti-Sion was converted from a Gothic synagogue. It got a serious baroque makeover, inside...
Basílica de Sant Francesc
One of Palma’s oldest churches, the Franciscan Basílica de Sant Francesc was begun in 1281 in Gothic style and its baroque facade was...
Convent de Santa Clara
This church is a gloomy baroque affair. It was closed for renovation when we were here, but, in any event, locals prefer to pop into the...
Can Cera Gastro Bar
How enchanting: this restaurant spills out into one of Palma's loveliest inner patios at the hotel of the same name, housed in a...
Carrer de Mateu Enric Lladó · interesting places nearby
Arab City Wall information
One block east of the Església de Sant Jeroni, you strike a portion of the 12th-century Arab city wall (with some heavy blocks from the Roman wall at the base), beyond which is a park named after the city gate that once stood here: Porta d’es Camp (Gate of the Countryside). The Muslims knew it as Bab al-Jadid (the New Gate).