Cozy interior, where the light and decoration determine our nature
Enjoy your breakfasts, lunches or dinners in a unique setting, one of the terraces with more charm of Palma’s old town. It is located behind the gothic Church of Saint Eulalia which is known for the stones of its walls, stained glass windows and gargoyles.
Church of Saint Eulalia
This temple is of historical significance within the Kingdom of Majorca, because on September 12, 1276 James II (son of James I, King of the Crown of Aragon) was crowned King of Majorca, swearing the privileges and the Treaty of Frankness of the Kingdom of Majorca.
The Church has three naves, the highest being the center one, with two entrances and the bell tower, dating from the 19th Century, is of high altitude.
Outside, several terraces surrounding the temple and show gargoyles with images like dragons, harpies, basilisks … representative of the bestiary of the Middle Ages.
Inside, the main altar is Baroque and was built by the dominican friar Alberto de Burguny and seven chapels in the ambulatory: the Santo Cristo de la Conquista, Santa Catalina, San Luis and the Piedad de Cristo.