Wander the back streets and relax in some of the bars or just stop for a coffee, some nice places to just lose yourself, enjoy
well worth a visit to this impressive building which is now an art gallery. Opening times are random so you may need to sit outside in one of the little bars to wait- but this is also a nice way to spend an hour.
Think back, way back, this building was were all the fish were auctioned off before El Passeo Maritimo was built by in-filling the harbour
Architectural gem from 16th century...recently restored...art exhibited here regularly....in an interesting neighborhood...easy walk from Es Baluard museum or Passeig des Borne...
Tony Cragg the Liverpudlian sculptor has an exhibition here at the moment. There are not a large number of sculptures but they are contemplative meaning that you can spend an hour here quite easily or go round in 10 minutes. The plates giving the titles and materials are brass plates on the floor near each of the pieces but are... More
Lovely old building near the sea front. It was a mercantile exchange in days gone by but now houses exhibitions. Entry is free. Lots of bistros bars and restaurants around the adjacent square make this an ideal place to linger for an hour or two.
La Llotja is a beautiful building near the port of Palma that has a long history from the medieval times. Nowadays it hosts a small art gallery, which is free to enter (at least when we visited!). Not that spectacular, but fun to visit and as said the building is worth seeing as its own. La Llotja is worth checking... More
Been here many times and we will never get tired of going back for more. There are two dozens of the best restaurants here and many great bars. Fantastic
The stately old building, once used for trading is now fully restored and houses temporary art exhibits and brief tours. The square in front of the Llotja is the opening to the heart of old town Palma, always active at night. When it is open, walk right in, entry is free.
Great architecture - located in heart of Palma. Near to cafes, harbor. Often times there are art expositions inside. Guides only in Mallorquin, though. Guards are pleasant and speak spanish too.
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