Life in El Terreno
Steps, leading directly to the castell Bellver, cross the whole neighborhood. From the castle you enjoy the best panoramic views over the city. The beautiful park invites to take a walk with the dog, jog and mountainbiking, three playgrounds make children hearts beat.
In “El Terreno” itself there are some quaint bars and pubs, such as the extraordinary “Sifoneria” in Joan Miro 73 with a terrace and unpredictable spectacles or the wonderful “Hostal Corona”, an Art Nouveau building with a large patio, where ma n sit in the courtyard with relaxed music and also eat typical Mallorcan specialties.
You can taste fine in the restaurant Mediterranéo, a restaurant with Austrian chef in an emblematic building of the 1920s and fantastic views of the harbour and the cathedral.
The El Terreno district offers, in addition to large supermarkets such as Mercadona and Aprop, several small fruit and vegetable shops, often in organic quality and products of the island.
In the last 10 years “El Terreno” is very “blond”, which is especially due to the Swedish school in Calle Infanta:
Swedish school in El Terreno
In addition you find also a french college:
Ages: 2 -16 years
Lycée Français MLF de Palma
Calle Salut, 4
And also 2 Spanish schools:
Spanish private school:
Public school in Calle Robert Graves:
The international private Kindergarden Happy Faces: