3 must-see hop-off attractionsPalma Cathedral is the first of our three must-see hop-off destination. Known as La Seu, this incredible-looking gothic cathedral looms above the harbour like a landbound ship of stone. Work on it began in 1229, but it wasn’t completed until 1601. It’s as spectacular inside as out and sometimes known as the ‘Cathedral of Light’ because of the way the sun pours through its spectacular windows, including the world’s largest gothic rose window. The next stop you should definitely hop off at is Bellver Castle. This imposing edifice, which is the only round castle in Spain, takes its name from the Catalan for ‘beautiful view’ and when you’re there, you’re sure to understand why. It also houses a museum devoted to the history of the city. The last place we think you just have to hop off at is the Fundació Miró Mallorca, a space dedicated to the fantastically colourful art of Joan Miró, who lived on the island during the last three decades of his life.