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Palacio can Marques - Adults onlyLocated a 5-minute walk from Palma Port, Palacio can Marques in Palma de Mallorca offers a fitness centre and garden. Offering a restaurant, the property also has a terrace and a bar. Set in the Old Town district, the hotel is within a 6-minute walk of Palma Yacht Club.Book now
The historic neighbourhood of Sa Calatrava is located in the city of Palma on the island of Mallorca. Situated close to the districts of Monti-sion and Sindicat, this picturesque area of the city has a permanent population of only 1,000, but those numbers can double during the peak summer season. Steeped in centuries of history and tradition, Sa Calatrava is an integral part of Palma’s old town, and it is replete with great examples of the island’s turbulent history. The best way to fully appreciate its incredible charm and beauty is to rent a holiday apartment in Sa Calatrava, and live as part of the local community.
Holiday Apartments in Sa Calatrava Exude Style and Luxury
This is the perfect place to base your stay on the Balearic island of Mallorca if you enjoy exploring the sights whilst taking leisurely strolls. A leisurely walk around Placa Sant Francesc will lead you to the Junipero Serra – a stunning statue of a young Mexican boy. The Church and Monastery are also worth a close look, as they include several ancient artefacts and the tombs of prominent islanders. Also of great interest to visitors is the Castell dels Templers, which has the honour of being Spain’s oldest continuously inhabited building. At every turn, you are greeted with ancient buildings and an innate sense of history. At the end of a long day spent sight-seeing, a holiday apartment in Palma will provide you with luxury and privacy, as well as the perfect place to recharge your batteries.
Holiday Accommodation in Sa Calatrava That Immerses You in the Local Way of Life
This beautiful area forms part of what is commonly known as the Jewish Quarter, and it was home to most of the island’s tanners. Picturesque fountains, sculptures and architecture make this district of Palma truly unique. However, the trappings of modern life are never far away. The bars and restaurants of Palma’s beautiful harbour area can be reached in minutes, and the shops of the city centre are close by too. With such a rich and illustrious history, the area has developed an ambience and way of life that isn’t found anywhere else on the island. By staying in holiday accommodation in Son Coc you can immerse yourself in that life and live amongst the local people.
Couchsurfing in Sa Calatrava has grown hugely popular in recent years as it gives people the chance to travel on a tight budget – very important in these tough economic times we live in. The service offered by 9flats is similar, but it also provides you with the opportunity to live a life of luxury for the duration of your travels.