The apartment has been newly renovated to a very high standard. Located near Plaza de Cort, in the exclusive Old Town area. The beach, Cathedral, designer shops, restaurants, tapas-pintxos bars, cafes, museums and art galleries are on the door step.
The apartment has a very well equipped kitchen, air conditioning, heating, WIFI internet, Satellite TV, DVD, flat screen, I-pod speaker, washing machine, tumble dryer dishwasher, dryer, oven, hob, microwave, kettle, coffee maker, hairdryer. The Parking is available at extra cost.
This property can be combined with Finca property number 2713 to enjoy city and country side all in one vacation.
Palma Old Town area: Old town Palma with it´s shops, bars, restaurants, monuments...is one of the most cosmopolitan and sophisticated cities of the world at the moment.
Just between the sandstone Gothic cathedral and Plaza Mayor, you can find Old Town Palma. This area is the epitome of Mediterranean small town charm with its stone streets, terraced houses and all the nooks and crannies you can think of. Tapas bars and quaint shops selling clothes, pottery, wine and more line the narrow streets of Old Town Palma and can easily keep you fascinated for hours.
Eating out: Palma is definitely the best city for eating out on the island. There’s an excellent variety of choice.
Palma has every kind of restaurant imaginable; from traditional Spanish (with delicious tapas!) to stylish restaurants covering the whole international range - Italian, Indian, Chinese, Thai….whatever kind of cuisine you prefer you’ll find it here.
The eating out scene in Palma can be split into two separate areas. If you’re looking for bars and pubs serving light snacks along with fusion cuisine and tapas, the best place is the Sa Llotja area. Passeig Maritim has some excellent restaurants, most are alongside the harbor.
In the old town and Santa Catalina you’ll find some newer restaurants along with the local favorites.
Gastronomy and wines: Mallorcan cuisine is genuinely Mediterranean and is enjoyed in homes throughout the island or in cellers - the name given to traditional Mallorcan restaurants, which are often housed in the cellars which were used for wine production in the past. There are many sellers in the island´s villages and in Palma de Mallorca, though the most well-known are those in Sineu, Inca and Petra, all at easy reach by train from the center of palma.
There is a long tradition of wine production on Mallorca, which is kept alive and which represents an important activity in rural Mallorca. There are currently two denominations of origin - Binissalem and Pla i Llevant de Mallorca - with a series of bodegas which produce high quality wines, some maintaining old artisan processes