Museu de Mallorca
Casa-Museu Joaquim Torrents Lladó
This fine old house, with a timber gallery overlooking a courtyard, belonged to the Catalan artist Joaquim Torrents Lladó (1946–93), who...
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...
Carrer de la Portella 5 · interesting places nearby
Museu de Mallorca information
This excellent city museum remains closed for extensive renovations until at least late 2014, when it will reopen in this rambling ensemble of 17th-century mansions on Carrer de la Portella. Until then, it occupies a temporary home at Fundació Sa Nostra , and showcases a collection of archaeological artefacts, religious art, antiques and ceramics – from Talayotic bronzes to intricate Almohad gold jewellery.