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This stunning construction is a clear example of the kind of home characteristic of Palma’s aristocracy. Originally it was known as the Can Thomás des Predís des Born because its first owners were the Thomás, a merchant family that amassed a fortune back in the 15th century. The 16th and 17th centuries were the Palace’s greatest period, first as a Gothic home and, subsequently, extended and restored as a Baroque mansion.
It was not until the 19th century that, taking advantage of the rearrangement of the Paseo del Born where it is located, Can Alomar was significantly restored and acquired the aspect we see today. Its current name also goes back to that period, when it became the property of the Alomar family.
In terms of its architecture, its symmetry, characteristic of a Neo-Gothic mansion, with Renaissance touches, are a notable feature. This protected building is listed as level B in the catalogue of Palma’s buildings and elements of historical, artistic, architectural and scenic interest.
After lying empty for nearly three decades, in 2009, the Ibosa Group had the pleasure of undertaking the complex project of renovating the Palace. The aim was to return it to its former glory, while respecting its heritage value and even its use as a home. The result is not only an exemplary and careful piece of restoration, thus avoiding the final loss of a singular part of the city’s historic-artistic heritage, but also created two unique luxury homes that make of Can Alomar one of the most exclusive properties on the Mediterranean, one that radiates beauty and splendour.