Places of special interest
The Calatrava quarter is an area made up of very narrow streets where the old Jewish Quarter Calle Major used to be located.
For some years now, swans have been living in the large pond under the Arco de la Drassana, right at the foot of the Almudaina Palace and the Cathedral.
Ses Rotes Velles is in the municipality of Campos, in the South East of Mallorca, very close to Colonia de Sant Jordi, just a few metres from Es Salobrar - a bird watching sanctuary that attracts many to the island every year – and about 2 kilometres from the famous Es Trenc beach as well as other un-spoilt beaches like Es Carbó and Es Caragol.
You will find La Plaza de la Reina (Queen’s square) at the end of the Borne, right by Conquistador hill and the steps to the Costa de la Seu (Cathedral). In this square you will find a round central fountain and a pretty flower garden.
The municipality of Santa Eugenia, in the Pla de Mallorca (Mallorca’s Plain), is well known for having kept its identifying features intact..
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