After a too brief visit, we slipped away from Palam de Mallorca and had a beautiful view of the island as we passed around the western end to head north.
We visited a small winery and sampled several wines. Mallorca produces very good wine and has a unique vinting history.
The north coast is beautiful Mediterranean landscape; most of Mallorca is flat, with prominent mountains along the north edge providing protection and fresh water for the island.
We arrived pretty early in Mallorca, but I managed to roll out of bed just in time to get some photos of the port.
Cartagena is a beautiful and welcoming city. It was a shame to have to leave so soon.
The beautiful Plaza Ayuntamiento just off of Paseo Alfonso XII, and the adjacent Roman Theatre.
Remains of the original town fortifications, from before the Roman conquest, circa 200BC.
The Concepción Castillo is perched on top of one of 5 hills, right in the middle of Cartagena.
Photos from our May 11th arrival in Cartagena Spain.
Belt of Venus rising as the sun sets. #noFilter