The Sun Sets

The Sun Sets

Wo sie unserer Meinung nach am Schönsten sind

Tres Mes
When the shadows on the beach get longer, Artà slowly wakes up to life. The small town at the foot of a castle hill with pilgrimage church has become the center of German-speaking fine tourism. I liked it best at the tree-lined Plaça de Conqueridor, where the tapas bar Tres Mes puts orange director’s chairs outside the door. Here guests, with a glass of ice-cold Rosado, have the best view of everything that has passed by.
Artà, C /. Ciutat 3,

Café l’Antiquari
Formerly an antique shop, today a favorite place in Palma. Café l’Antiquari is a small, blood-red restaurant full of vintage furniture. It is populated by guest DJs, expats and locals from the creative industry. Three coveted tables are outside, where the old town alley merges into a steep staircase. Try the Mojito with Herbes Dulces, a Mediterranean vegetable liqueur. And when the tables are occupied, which they are likely to be, you are sitting on the stairs.
Palma, C /. Arabí 5

Sa Duaia
Plaster statues and wooden carre full of geraniums, and then this showcase with multi-tier cream pies! From a visual point of view, the rustic excursion Sa Duaia north of Artà was not my favorite. But the terrace, the view! I did not want to leave. While other guests were already working on enormous grill plates full of fish, I was still sitting happily on my ornate wicker chair – the red sun in the view, which sank behind a skyline punched with force in the sky.
Artà, Carretera Cala Torta, km 8,

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