Casa-Museu Joaquim Torrents Lladó
These modest Arab baths are the single most important remaining monument to the Muslim domination of the island, although all that...
One of our favourite patio andaluz (Andalucian courtyard) houses is Can Espanya-Serra.
Museu de Mallorca
This excellent city museum will be worth worth a visit, but will remain closed for extensive renovations until at least 2014. Once it...
La Taberna del Caracol
Descend three steps into this high-ceilinged Gothic basement. Through a broad vault at the back you can see what's cooking – tasty tapas...
Lonely Planet review
This fine old house, with a timber gallery overlooking a courtyard, belonged to the Catalan artist Joaquim Torrents Lladó (1946–93), who moved to Mallorca in the 1960s. The 1st and 2nd levels feature timber floors, 19th-century furniture and a changing display of the painter’s work, ranging from portraits to labels for Codorniu champagne. Occasional temporary exhibitions are staged here, too.