Monestir de la Puríssima Concepció de les Caputxines
Behind the forbidding walls of this convent lives a small community of Clarisan nuns. By tradition they still wash and iron delicate...
Església de Sant Jaume
Despite its baroque facade, this is one of Palma's older surviving Gothic churches, a grey soaring eminence, and one of the first four...
Cal Comte de San Simón
Radically different from the traditional mansions of Palma, the Cal Comte de San Simón was built in 1854–56 in neoclassical style.
Skip down the stairs into this smoky locals' haunt. Play pool out the back or settle at a timber booth for a pre-mixed pomada (€10) and...
Lonely Planet review
No sign reveals the existence of this deep-vaulted cellar where locals gather for a pomada (Menorcan gin and lemon soft drink) at long timber tables. Young rebels with causes, such as independence from the Spanish state, often gather for animated discussion.