With 12 rides and pools, Mallorca's largest water park has plenty of splashy fun, including dedicated pools for tots, rapids, flumes and thrill-a-minute slides with names like anaconda, harakiri and kamikaze that leave little to the imagination. Parking is €4 and 'minis' (kids between three and 10) cost only €12.

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1. Palma Aquarium

2.98 MILES

Marine-research, -conservation and -preservation programs offset any animal-welfare qualms you may have visiting the excellent Palma Aquarium. Five…

2. Arab City Wall

7.43 MILES

On the eastern rim of the Old Town you strike a portion of the 12th-century Arab city wall (with some heavy blocks from the Roman wall at the base),…

3. Església del Monti-Sion

7.58 MILES

The gaudy baroque facade of the Església del Monti-Sion was converted from a Gothic synagogue. It got a serious baroque makeover, inside and out, in the…

4. Convent de Santa Clara

7.58 MILES

The 'Poor Clares' were one of the first orders to establish a presence in Palma, following the Reconquesta of 1229. The land on which the convent stands…

5. Capocorb Vell

7.59 MILES

At this sprawling prehistoric village, you can wander along rocky pathways and beside rough stone structures that date to 1000 BCE. The site, which…

6. Dalt Murada

7.59 MILES

Most of Palma's defensive walls were destroyed in the late 19th century to allow the overcrowded city to expand. Only a section of the Renaissance sea…

7. Sa Portella

7.62 MILES

An original seaward gate in the medieval walls can still be seen here.

8. Banys Àrabs

7.62 MILES

These baths, dating from the 10th to 12th centuries, are the single most important remaining monument to the Muslim domination of the island, although all…