WHERE TO STAY?
Mallorca's ever-changing landscape offers a diverse range of experiences. The northwestern part of the island is shaped by the majestic mountain range, creating a dramatic backdrop for the most cherished towns and villages.
For a luxurious retreat with a captivating pool view, consider Hotel Belmond La Residencia. It provides an exquisite setting amidst the beauty of Mallorca's mountains.
If you seek a luxurious yet untamed experience, Hotel Corazon awaits you. This newly established mountain hotel combines elements of a farm, restaurant, art space, and shop. Run by artists and catered to like-minded individuals, it offers a wild escape into nature.
Families will find comfort and joy at Son Viscos in Valldemossa, where a welcoming stay awaits.
For those desiring proximity to the city, while seeking tranquillity away from the bustling crowds, Hotel BonSol Resort & Spa is an excellent choice. Nestled in Illetas and only a 10-minute drive from Palma, this traditional Mediterranean oasis, in operation since 1953, provides private pool access. They proudly consider themselves the Positano of the Balearic Islands.
WHAT TO DO?
Explore the streets of the old town of Palma. You can't leave the city without seeing the beautiful, gothic-inspired Catedral. Palma offers a wide range of rich gastronomy. There are many speciality coffee places (our favourites “La Finca” Mallorca, “La Molienda” and “Mistral”), restaurants, tapas and bars. If you are looking for something traditional make sure you will try Bar Espana. An authentic place where Spanish people sit in the bar enjoying typical tapas, the best wine and good conversation with friends. To finish the day in the right way you can't miss the best ice cream in town. Ela Ela Helado is an ice cream carefully made using local, seasonal ingredients. Our favourite flavour was a salted caramel mixed with strawberry and white miso.
During the week across the island they organize market days where you can try fresh food and street-style tapas, also you can find handmade souvenirs to take home with you. Our favourite is Saturday Santanyi market followed by brunch/lunch at La Nouvelle Famiglia or Sunday market in Valldemossa where you can find trucks with specialty coffee, Cafe Social.
Organize a boat ride along the coastline. The island is full of hidden ‘calas’ and small beaches.
WHERE TO EAT?
When visiting Mallorca it is so easy to get lost in fusion and innovative food but it is crucial to try the local Mallorquin food. Some traditional dishes to try would be Lionget de sobrasada with honey in Riu Tort, tapas in Bar Espana, cardenal de lloseta in Forn de Baix.
For food in a beautiful garden try El Olivo. Restaurant it is located at Belmond Hotel La Residencia.
For indulgent dishes, good wine and summer vibe try La Nouvelle Famille.
For local, seasonal, medicinal and delicious food try Hotel Corazon restaurant.
WHERE TO SWIM?
The East coast of the island is a small paradise with turquoise waters and white sandy shores. Our favourites to name a few are Cala S’Almunia, Calo des Moro, Cala Llombards, and Porto Colom.
If you are a pool lover and still want to enjoy the sea there is a perfect place for you. Gran Folies Beach Club has a picturesque pool overlooking glistening water. After a long day of swimming, you can enjoy lunch at their beautiful restaurant with a view.
WHAT TO WEAR?
As our latest collection draws inspiration from the picturesque landscapes of Mallorca, there is no better option than our Lamé Collection. This stunning collection is available in two captivating colours that seamlessly harmonize with the breathtaking Mallorcan backdrop.