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Cas Catala holidays take you to a very small resort in what is almost a suburb of Palma. It is mainly a residential area where accommodation is first class and restaurants serve fine cuisine. Being so close to the capital visitors have a wide range of options when it comes to eating, shopping and nightlife. There are fine sandy beaches in the area with crystal clear waters and a variety of water sports.
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If you want to be in the heart of the island yet prefer a relaxed base, Cas Catala holidays may fit the bill. It is hard to believe that this peaceful resort is just a stone's throw from the island's lively capital.
Cas Catala is particularly popular with couples seeking to combine lazy days by the sea with a little culture and shopping in the city. It attracts professional families, couples and older visitors who come to enjoy the peaceful nature of the resort and the delights of nearby Palma. Golfers have a choice of courses in the vicinity.
Cas Catala holidays can be taken taken at any time of year as the winters are mild. April to October are the most popular times to visit with temperatures rising into the thirties at the height of the season.
If you are looking for a beach holiday in an upmarket area away from the masses, but want to be close to the historic capital and near to popular tourist attractions, Cas Catala holidays would be a good choice. Your summer break here can be as active or as relaxed as you wish as there is plenty to see and do. With sporting activities on land and sea, cultural visits to the capital and numerous tourist attractions, there is never a dull moment.
Cas Catala accommodation is almost exclusively four star and the standard of service is excellent. Restaurants serve an eclectic menu and with the eateries of Palma a short bus ride away, the choice of dishes is vast. Whatever you fancy be it traditional island fare, fast foods or international cuisine, you'll never be disappointed.
Palma, once a walled Moorish city, is a must for sightseers. Its port is always busy with the comings and goings of ferries, yachts and all manner of sea craft. The heart of the medieval centre Paseo del Borne has many narrow alleyways perfect for exploring on foot. The cafes here are very inviting and a good view is had of the cathedral. The cathedral is a magnificent Gothic building constructed between the fourteenth and the nineteenth centuries. There are a large number of beautiful historic buildings in Palma that are now housing museums.
Cas Catala nightlife can only be described as sophisticated. It is a quiet resort where entertainment is mainly hotel based with no all-night venues. If livelier evenings are wanted, take a taxi to Palma where the choice of bars, pubs and clubs is vast.
Being little more than a suburb of the city, Cas Catala has limited shopping. This of course matters little as the capital is on your doorstep with its wealth of specialist stores and fashion boutiques. The Mercal Artesanal is a craft market in Palma which is open each day from ten until two. It is a lively place that attracts street entertainers. On Saturday mornings the Rastro flea market, also in Palma, is the place to scour for bargains. Popular purchases include local pottery and glass, leather goods, embroidered linens, basketry and jewellery.
Cas Catala eating caters for most tastes. It has some very elegant restaurants serving international cuisine. Many more restaurants are found in Palma. If you are new to the flavours of Spain, order tapas and you'll receive a variety of tasty, bite sized morsels. They are useful if you wish to stave off hunger during the sometimes long gap between lunch and dinner. Local wines are as pleasing to the pocket as they are to the palate. Children are always welcome customers and their taste and portion sizes are usually accommodated.