good choice of restaurants and shops. Lots of good quality goods to be had. The access on to the beach is fantastic for people with mobility difficults, buggy, wheelchairs etc. Non-smoking too which is a first for me!
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We happened upon this church as we were aimlessly exploring Palma de Mallorca during our cruise port day. We were lucky to have caught it at a good time as after spending about 1/2 hr. inside, the bell was rung and visitors were signalled to...More
This is a relatively nice square with a few restaurants that were ok without being amazing. However the church in the square in beautiful and you can pay 5 euros to climb to the top where the views are just beautiful.
Sat outside a lovely cafe on Palm Sunday watching the locals come out of church with their families and beading off to lunch.
It seems you can't spend very long in Plama without noticing a strong connection with Barcelona. Not only the fact hat Gaudi spent 10 years here and contributed some amazing pieces of architecture to the city, but also that the patron saint of this church,...More
For some reason my favourite square in Palma, i just like it, it has something i can appreciate. I do not know exactly, maybe it is light or shadows or just architecture. Not sure. Some good cafés and shops in/on the square and around. And...More
Next we see another church this one is larger and has been restored . It is the Church of Santa Eulalia. It looks new on the outside but once we go inside we see how old it really is. I think 200 years or so...More
A stop in this beautiful church (when open) is a must. So ornate - yet so calm and peaceful. A place of calm from the hectic city of Palma.