We visit this apartment in El Terreno, and just when I get home I browse my bedside book: “Intimate Palma" by journalist Carlos Garrido. I love to know the city that I moved to two years ago. This brings me to another book "Pictures of Terreno " by Lluís Fábregas, which brings me to an article in Diario de Mallorca: " Stories of Terreno" written by chronicler Bartomeu Bestard, which in turn takes me to Majorcan artist and naturalist Christopher Vilella, who in 1777 lived in the first house ever built here, and then the Catalan painter Santiago Rusiñol, who marveled at Mallorca and lived in a house located at plaza Gomila.
Gatherings, illustrious people and millions of stories of a certain time occurred in this “terrenero” bohemian atmosphere, so easy to imagine having visited this strange, nostalgic and bucolic bit of Palma.
- 2 rooms
- 2 bathrooms
- Parking included
- Built-in closets
- Community expenses: 50€/month
- In good condition
You would like to know…
- The building has been completely renovated as it was formerly an hotel.
- Adapted to the topography with double access (pedestrian and vehicle) at two levels.
- Located in a quiet area without little traffic.
- Good communication with the center of Palma.
- Very bright.
It's special because…
- Privileged contact with nature due to its location.
- Great views of the sea and the Bellver Castle mountainside.
Robert Graves 75, El Terreno.Palma
Bus lines: 46,3,20
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