Círculo de Bellas Artes
Casal Balaguer – with the grand if unevenly cobbled courtyard, graced by four thin, leaning palms – is home to a faded but weighty art...
Font del Sepulcre
Just in front of the Fundació Sa Nostra, this Gothic baptismal font is left over from a long-disappeared church. Inside it is a...
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.
The outdoor tables of this knockabout bar are a favourite meeting and stopping point for locals and visitors alike. Known for its...
Forn del Santo Cristo
It has been baking up ensaïmades since 1910; and also has good traditional goodies including cocas de patata (sweet potato buns).
Carrer de Sant Jaume 3 · interesting places nearby
La Bodeguilla information
This gourmet restaurant does creative interpretations of dishes from across Spain; try the cochinillo (suckling pig) from Segovia or the lechazo (young lamb, baked Córdoba-style in rosemary). Also on offer is an enticing range of tapas – the marinated cubes of salmon with dill chutney caught our eye.