Set around the Cathedral La Seu and home to buildings dating from the 12th century, La Calatrava is an inspiring mix of narrow, crisscrossing cobbled streets, bourgeois palaces and churches, and medieval structures. Here, one finds the remnants of ancient Arab baths and the royal palace La Almudaina. Be sure to take in the Church of Santa Fe and the early Baroque Church of Monti-sion. The quarter is also located just a short walk from major city landmarks, such as the Cathedral of the Sea, Cort Square, and the S’Hort del Rei Gardens.
PMI - Son San Joan Palma de Mallorca Airport
Nearest train station
Spa & Recreation
Rooftop pool, gym, Turkish bath, sauna, ice fountain, aromatic shower, and more
Food & Drink
Dins Santi Taura restaurant serves Balearic cuisine