Views of Sa Feixina park (currently bursting with purple Jacaranda tree flowers!), the marina, the city walls and the Cathedral in the distance | Mia Naprta
If you live in Palma, you are almost certainly familiar with Hotel Hostal Cuba. This iconic modernist building, right on the border of the Old Town and trendy Santa Catalina neighbourhood dates back to 1904. In the old days it was known as a place where sailors and fishermen stayed overnight. Today, together with several neighbouring bars, Cuba’s ground floor bar/restaurant is seen as a “yachtie” hub for mostly English speaking youth.