Carrer d’Apuntadors

This post is dedicated to Carrer d’Apuntadors, a street that is very near the Paseo Maritimo on Palma Bay. While you can take a pleasant stroll there any time of day, I recommend swinging by at night to get the full effect of the bustling area.

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Carrer d’Apuntadors at night

Carrer d’Apuntadors is a street that, while calm and quiet during the day, becomes a hoppin’ area once night falls. Packed with bars, restaurants, and hotels, it’s an area of town near the water that I’d recommend for any Palma visitor.

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Hostal Ritzi, our cozy accomodations on Carrer d’Apuntadors

We stayed in a hotel on the street and loved its central location. We were spoiled for dining choices, and simply had to wander down this single street to decide where we wanted to eat.

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What to eat on an island? Seafood, of course!

You are so close to this view of the bay

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Carrer d’Apuntadors by day

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An early-morning view from the hostal balcony

Have you ever become enamored of one street while traveling? 

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4 Comments

  1. Mmm, this reminds me of the street I stayed on several times in San Juan, Puerto Rico. There’s something about narrow streets and colonial architecture that’s just so enchanting, I think.

    • Cassandra

      Agreed! I’ve not been to San Juan but I do understand a penchant for small streets with an old-time flair.

  2. awesome photos. I want to go to there

    • Cassandra

      Thank ya, Dan. Hopefully you will be able to go, seeing as you’re back in Madrid for Year Two!

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