The first thing you see when sailing into Palma de Mallorca is the 14th century Castillo de Bellver. Built upon the ruins of a muslim site, it now houses an archeological museum. Next, the Catedral de Mallorca, La Seu, comes into view. This was built atop a mosque and is a spectacular site dominating the coastline! We cabbed it to a spot above the cathedral where we could have coffee in a lovely al fresco café with a bit of a view of the cathedral. Later, after watching a protest march go by, we continued our exploration. We walked over to La Rambla de Palma with its horse-drawn carriages and then to Passeig des Born. Both are pleasant areas filled with charming cafes and boutiques. We decided to have lunch in the Plaza Mayor where we could enjoy the festive market. As we then headed back to the ship, we passed some interesting art work that grabbed our attention! Soon, crossing the Sa Riera, we noticed the La Palma windmills, quite similar to those in Mykonos, and realized it truly is a small world!