Completed development

Santa Catalina is a charming district steeped in history situated just outside the walls of Es Baluard. Avenida Argentina, the street marking the boundary between this district and the historic quarter, is the ideal starting point for a delightful stroll to explore this area.

A number of its facades are fine examples of the so-called ‘popular Modernism’. Highlights include the Hostal Cuba; the façade of the traditional ironmonger’s known as ‘Ferretería La Central’; as well as the façade of Can Palmer in Plaza Progreso and Can Pujol on Calle Pou.

In addition, Calle Fábrica has recently been turned into a pedestrian street, making it even easier to explore this quarter on foot and discover that it has everything you could wish for: history, charm, bars and restaurants to suit all tastes, as well as one of the city’s best markets.

Palma is the ideal choice for anyone seeking a new home on Majorca and Santa Catalina in particular is a district with a unique charm.

And for this reason at Caro 33 we are offering a new building that reflects all the charm and character of yesteryear. Eight homes in a building with car parking and storage space on the ground floor, as well as three floors of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom homes, all with large verandas and private sun terraces.

Completed May 2016.