Located in the founding father of Mallorcan hotels, Fundacio la Caixa is that rarest of museums, one that is free and actually displays art of considerable merit. Like most museums, the inventory is in constant flux as works of art make the global circuit. Think of it like a fine art thrift shop, you could stumble upon a painting by Rembrandt or a sculpture by Rodin, if not, well, the thrill's in the hunt. Also, well worth a gander are the modern art library and the Anglada Camarasa collection, consisting of 79 oil paintings and 125 sketches from the Catalan painter. There's also a cafe with a view over Palma, yet if you decide dine, be prepared to pay the commensurate price for bad museum food.
Portixol is east of the heart of Palma and right along the water. What used to be a quiet fishing... Read more