VISIT CITY CENTER AND OLD TOWN
ONLY 15 MINUTES AWAY!
THIS FINCA OFFERS A TOTALLY KEY LOCATION. IN 15 MINUTES YOU CAN BE IN THE PARKING LOCATED UNDER THE CATHEDRAL AND FROM THERE YOU HAVE ACCESS IN A COUPLE OF MINUTES WALK TO ALL THE HISTORIC CENTER AND SEAFRONT.
ALSO YOU ARE AT NO DISTANCE TO THE LONJA TAPAS AREA, THE LIVELIEST AND WIDEST VARIETY OF RESTAURANTS, TAPAS BARS, AND ALL KINDS OF WONDERFUL LITTLE SPOTS EACH WITH IT´S OWN INCREDIBLE ATMOSPHERE
One of the most lively areas, from the square as main focus narrow alleys populated by restaurants, tapas bars and the most incredible night scene. the superbly illuminated Catalan Gothic architectural classic serves as impressive backdrop for your night adventures.
Apuntadores is its main artery: as soon as you enter the narrow thoroughfare, you’re bombarded with businesses vying for your attention. It’s tempting to turn left at the Jazz Voyeur Club where life music is offered every single day, let yourself be surprised!
West of Palma, going up Avenida Argentina, Santa Catalina is one of the city’s most appealing areas – with the narrow streets, piled small houses and alleys it has the ambiance of a village combining old and contemporary characteristics and lifestyles.
C/ Industria and Es Jonquet are beaming with restaurants, tapas bars, cocktail bars, and all the ambiences under the sun, you name it
Santa Catalina’s photogenic traditional old houses boast cheerfully painted façades, old wooden shutters, and small front balconies – many decorated with plants and flowers.
The beating heart of this area is its indoor market, a place to let all your senses expand in abandonment
ONE TYPICAL TAPAS BAR IN SA LONJA
SANTA CATALINA MARKET AND TAPAS
ENDLESS TAPAS CHOICE
Sa Lonja square
Santa Catalina Calle Fabrica restaurant street
Abaco Sa Lonja area cocktail bar
impressive cathedral and medieval old town
A visit to Palma’s picturesque Old Town is at this moment one of the top worlds tourist attractions and is well deserved. A whole medieval district populated with ancient palaces with impressive entrances with patio and narrow streets for pedestrians all very well preserved transport us to another time and space…. here es where the majority of must-see buildings are located, such as the majestic ‘La Seu’ Cathedral, the Royal Palace of Almudaina and Es Baluard Contemporary Art Museum. If you’ve time to spare, put your map to one side, as there’s a real pleasure to be had in simply wandering the medieval streets and seeing where they lead you.
Gothic churches, scenic squares and century-old interior patios are plentiful. Lovers of old treasures will enjoy stumbling across antiquarian bookshops, antique furniture shops and even a vintage Vespa outlet. The ‘golden mile’ is also part of this historic centre and satisfies contemporary tastes. It includes the elegant avenue, Passeig del Born, which links to Avenida de Jaime III, and unites some of the most familiar and luxurious designer brands in the world.