CATHEDRALE SAINT JEAN BAPTISTE
As the Romanesque church of Saint-Jean le Vieux had become too small, the construction of a new building was initiated by Sanç de Mallorca in 1324.
The collapse of the kingdom of Mallorca put an end to the work which resumed in the 15th century.
The initial plan with three naves was abandoned: the Mallorcan Guillem Sagrera, one of the major architects of his time, author of the cathedral of Palma de Mallorca, opted for a single large nave, in Gothic style. The work was completed in 1509.
The church was built as a cathedral in 1602. The facade was decorated with a porch in the 17th century and a wrought-iron campanile in the 18th century.
Both sites are open to visits: the cathedral and the old church of Saint-Jean le Vieux.