Consolat de Mar
Gorgeous 15th-century sandstone Gothic Sa Llotja, opposite the waterfront, was built as a merchants’ stock exchange and is used for...
A largely international crowd (with Brits generally well represented) fills up the two rooms of this small bar in the early stages of...
Caballito de Mar
One of Palma's seafood beacons, the 'Little Seahorse' presents its food in a contemporary key. There are monkfish medallions, sobrassada...
Passeig de Sagrera · interesting places nearby
Consolat de Mar information
The Consolat de Mar was founded in 1326 as a maritime tribunal. The present building, one of Mallorca's few examples of (albeit impure) Renaissance design, was completed in 1669. It was tacked onto, and faces, a late Gothic chapel completed around 1600 for the members of Sa Llotja.
The Consolat de Mar houses the presidency of the Balearic Islands regional government.