Santa Catalina, a vibrant district of Palma, is a hub of chic restaurants, hip bars, and trendy boutiques.

Nestled to the west of Palma's Avenida Argentina, Santa Catalina is a charming blend of the old and the new, offering a village-like atmosphere amidst the city's hustle and bustle. The district is named after a historic hospital dedicated to Santa Catalina of Alexandria, the patron saint of merchants and sailors. Once a home to fishermen, rope makers, and flour millers, Santa Catalina still houses 18th-century windmills in C/ Industria and Es Jonquet.