This is an ancient Arab fort, situated in front of the cathedral's main entrance. It was used as the summer residence of Jaime II, whose court normally resided in Perpignan. It is made up of a series of buildings that are quite heterogenous and not all of them can be visited. For example, one of them currently houses the Army headquarters of the Balearics. Its two doors open on to a large patio which is used for important official events. Opposite the entrance is the chapel of Santa Ana, open for worship on Sunday mornings. It has one of the few Roman doors in the city. See the website for more information.
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