Palacio Episcopal and Museo Diocesano

The Episcopal Palace was built in 13th century, but expanded during 17th and 18th centuries. One of the most surprising elements of the construction is its Mannerist façade, sponsored by the Mallorcan bishop Simó Bauçà in 1616. The palace houses the Diocesan Museum, recently remodeled, with a remarkable heritage and divided into seven different sections: religious sculpture, archeology, modern ceramics, Séguier legacy, religious art, numismatics and bibliographic collection.