"Historical Trust and Gastronomy" tour in Palma's Santa Catalina district


Palma’s Santa Catalina district will be the focus of a "Historical Trust and Gastronomy" tour, organized by ARCA, the Association for the Revitalization of the Old Town Centre, on Saturday 15 February from 10 to 14h. The tour be guided by the cultural promoter Sergio G. García and will be followed by a sampling of a few traditional Mallorcan dishes, cooked by Diana Ferreira.

The tour will be in English and the general public is invited to participate. Registration is required, either by calling ARCA on 971 719 531 - 638 168 841 (in Spanish) or Sergio G. García on 692 316 180 (Spanish & English). Meeting point will be at ARCA’s headquarters on Calle Can Oliva 10 (a block to the left after passing Teatro Principal, next to Ramblas). The price is 10 € for ARCA members and students and 12 € for non members.

This initiative has been organized by ARCA for Palma citizens, residents and visitors to get to know the neighbourhoods of Palma and its historical trust. It will also be held in Italian by linguist Cecilia de Grazia on Saturday 22 February and in Catalan by historian Xavier Terrasa on Saturday 29 February.

The food sampling will be prepared by Chef and caterer Diana Ferreira, who will "bring back" some traditional dishes according to recipes found in history books. "This is the perfect way to get to know your history," explains Diana Ferreira. "It was fun researching and recreating the sampling we will serve at the end of this tour," she adds.

ARCA, the Association for the Revitalization of the Old Town Centre, has organized a “Historical Trust and Gastronomy” tour around the Santa Catalina district on Saturday 15 February, from 10 to 14h.

Diana Ferreira will serve a sampling of “Mallorcan Traditional” dishes at the end of the “Historical Trust and Gastronomy” tour.


"Historical Trust and Gastronomy" tour in Palma’s Santa Catalina district

Saturday 15 February,
from 10 to 14h

ARCA Members: 10 €
Non Members: 12 €

Meeting point:

Calle Can Oliva, 10 bajos
Tel.: 971 719 531 - 638 168 841-

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