La Lonja de Palma de Mallorca or Sa Llotja is one of the works of art of the Gothic architecture in Mallorca. It was built by Guillem Sagrera between the years 1420 and 1452 and was the headquarters of the College of Merchants.
The neighbourhood of the La Lonja is to be found encircling this phenomenal example of Gothic architecture in the Mediterranean. The neighbourhood is one of the prettiest of Palma and one of the most emblematic of Mallorca, partly because of its location in the old part of Palma and because it is only a stones throw away from the sea. Its narrow and close streets offer multitudes of services such as restaurants, bars, shops and galleries. It is one of the popular areas for night life in Palma.
The Bay of Palma is the perfect place to enjoy sailing and other water sports such as navigation and sailing for pleasure, as well as fishing from boats. To practice these activities there are in existence various marine sports clubs of which those that are most outstanding are the Real Club Náutico de Palma, Escuela de vela Calanova and Club Náutico de Portitxol.
The golf courses of Club de Golf Son Vida and Son Gual are ideal both for the quality of their installations as for the quality of the services that they offer.
The Paseo Mallorca or La Riera has a unique magic. Life flows on both sides of the geographical accident, in its well-known restaurants and bars, which are part of the surroundings and where the people enjoy pleaseant walks and look at the shop windows as they pass by.
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