Mallorca is one of Spain’s Balearic Islands. Its beach resorts are known worldwide. Sheltered coves, limestone mountains, Roman and Moorish remains are only some of the attractions of Balearic islands that you can enjoy up close.
What to Do in Mallorca?
If you somehow feel tired from enjoying the sandy beaches and blue water you can try one of the boat tours to change the scenery. If you are up to visit some ancient remains- Mallorca can offer a lot. The capital of Mallorca- Palma can offer wild nightlife and in stone-built villages, you can enjoy art galleries and music festivals.
Where to Dine in Mallorca?
- Bala Roja- you can enjoy traditional Spanish cuisine based around local products with a pleasant contemporary twist
- Marc Fosh- The restaurant occupies a 17th-century seminar now revamped in an avant-garde style with open spaces and minimalist décor where you can enjoy modern cuisine
- La Bodeguilla- family establishment run by two brothers, two-storey dining area with barrels as tables, a wine shop with sample wines and tapas and traditional cuisine
Where to Stay in Mallorca?
Luxury Villa Harbour Heights Serra De Tramuntana
Come to this villa as an extended family or group of friends, and experience the luxurious lifestyle of Mallorca’s Port d’Andratx. High up on Monport’s hillside, the coastal views are spectacular. Whether you’re lounging on the sofa on the sun terrace, dipping into the infinity pool, dining on the covered terrace, or soaking in the bubbling jacuzzi, you’ll be in front of that harbour view, sun on the sea during the day and speckled with lights at night. With loads of space across four levels, it’s easy to find a shady terrace to catch up on holiday reading or a sociable area for sharing sundowners. The villa’s Spanish style feels sophisticated and timeless, and modern touches ensure lux living, like the sleek kitchen, TVs in every bedroom, and a state-of-the-art gym and a sauna.
Luxury Mountain Stone Balearic Islands
In the cobbled streets of Fornalutx, meander through the “Most beautiful village in Spain” on the island of Mallorca. Access this ancient Moorish home through an old door and let yourself be welcomed by an indoor courtyard, perfect for a refreshment before exploring the rest of the house. Admire the mountains from the fragrant, bougainvillaea-shaded terrace with a barbeque at hand. Cool off in the plunge pool, surrounded by boho loungers. Get your yoga mat out in the studio and project your class on the walls before refreshing under the outdoor rooftop shower. For the musical in the group, there’s a piano, and a library-style office if you need to catch up on emails. There are plenty of local restaurants for dinner. In the morning, directly access the hiking or cycling trails and creeks in the lush green landscape. Port de Soller and a swim in the ocean is only 15 minutes away by car.
Luxury Coastal Creams Balearic Islands
Stay right in the heart of the boat-laden harbour of Port de Sóller at this multi-level home. It occupies a prime spot in the bay and wows with 180-degree views from its long front terrace. Although you’re right on the shore, a long wraparound balcony with a sparkling pool has been cleverly hidden around the back and side so you can swim and sunbathe privately. It feels as if your hosts have thought of everything – yoga mats, beach bags, books, throws and hats are there for you to use, there’s a big wine cooler and a daily housekeeping service to ensure every moment is spent relaxing. When you’re ready to explore, this location is hard to beat. The interiors are modern yet earthy, with defined areas that make it feel wonderfully roomy. We love the creamy cloud-like sofas and day beds that invite cosy chitchats with loved ones or solitary moments meditating on the views.