Mirador Baluard del Príncep
Albeit it not being an exciting place for children, the Mirador Baluard del Príncep, is built with Mallorcan sandstone and are the only preserved parts of the city wall which was built around 1575. The surrounding area has been restored through a significant investment which will also include a small museum (Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art), however for the time being, one can stroll along these walls and enjoy a nice sea view.
Hence, albeit it not being all too exciting to see as a place to go, a short stop over for a photo is always nice, considering the history of the wall.
At the end of the 19th century Palma remained a fortified city with a wall that ran 6 kilometers along ten bastions and this specific place owes its name to Philip II who orders it to be built at the aforementioned date (1575). It is the only example of Renaissance military architecture that has stood the test of time.