Església de Santa Eulàlia
Can Catlar del Llorer
Dominating the square that has long been the heart of municipal power in Palma is the ajuntament . The baroque facade hides a longer...
Tucked in behind the Església de Santa Eulalia, this irresistible little bar rocks on Tuesday and Wednesday nights when you can scarcely...
Ca'n Joan de S'Aigo
Tempting with its sweet creations since 1700, this is the place for thick hot chocolate (€2) and pastries in what can only be described...
Església de Santa Eulàlia information
Lonely Planet review
One of the first major churches raised after the 1229 conquest, the Església de Santa Eulàlia is a soaring Gothic structure with a neo-Gothic facade (a complete remake was done between 1894 and 1924). It is the only such church in Mallorca, aside from the Catedral, with three naves. The baroque retablo (altarpiece) is rather worn and you can’t get to the chapels in the apse.