Places of special interest
The architecture and nature surrounding Biniaraix make it an idyllic spot. From this small hamlet, that belongs to the Sóller municipality, there is a stone road that at one time led all the way to the Lluc sanctuary.
The Ciutat Jardí-Es Carnatge neighbourhood, in the centre of the bay of Palma, is home to the unmistakable Hotel Ciutat Jardí.
The calm that is now enjoyed in S’Arracó is in contrast with its violent and adventurous past, when it was refuge for exiles and the scene of bloody encounters and raids from Muslim pirates.
Located right by the Paseo Marítimo, Santa Catalina is one of Palma’s most dynamic districts. Modernist buildings mix with two and three story homes that display the style so characteristic of the city centre: iron balconies, Majorcan shutters and traditional roof tiles.
The Calatrava quarter is an area made up of very narrow streets where the old Jewish Quarter Calle Major used to be located.
- The Arco de la Drassana: Palma de Mallorca
- A new Costa Nord, Valldemossa
- The picturesque village of Valldemosa
- Ses Rotes Velles offers its clients luxurious tranquillity
- Palma de Mallorca’s small jewels: La Plaza de la Reina
- A trip into the heart of the Pla de Mallorca
- Son Sureda Ric, a châteaux in the Manacor region
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