Mallorca has firmly established itself as one of the most popular golf destinations on the Mediterranean in recent years and the quality of courses and services is what makes international golfers return again and again. The island offers some of the best golf courses in Spain and its 24 golf courses which are playable all year round, offer full game fun for beginners and advanced players. The months of March to June and September to November are ideal and best for playing golf with the midsummer months tending to be a good deal hotter.
Mallorca is the largest island in the Balearic Islands and famous for its amazing beaches, numerous calas and rocky coves with crystal clear water. There are over 260 beaches with 500 km of indented coastline on which to find excellent beach clubs with drinks, music and a chilled seaside vibe or some hidden gems with Caribbean like fine white sand.
Palma de Mallorca has a rich abundance of heritage, culture and tradition. Sights such as the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, Castell de Bellver, Fundació Miró Mallorca as well as the Catedral-Basílica de Santa María de Mallorca are just a few examples of the extraordinary architectural diversity in the capital.
Excellent Food & 9 Michelin Star Restaurants
Mallorca has a rich gastronomy culture and all of the island’s cuisine is based on produce fresh from the garden and sea. Explore traditional food such as Ensaimada, Tumbet, Sobrassada, Sopes Mallorquines, Caldereta de Langosta, Maó Cheese, Coca de trampó and Berenjenas rellenas, in one of the fashionable restaurants and established gastronomic jewels who offer the best Mediterranean flavours for a culinary Tapas night or for an excellent Luxury dinner. It is no surprise, the island has been awarded a total of nine Michelin stars in 2021 for the Spain & Portugal Michelin guide: DINS , Béns d’Avall, VORO, Adrián Quetglas, Andreu Genestra, Es Fu, Es Racó d’es Teix, Maca de Castro, Marc Fosh.
The Serra de Tramuntana has a long-standing tradition of winemaking and there are over 70 wine producers in Mallorca producing excellent wines which are steadily growing in popularity. All of these are concentrated in a relatively small area in the centre of the island amongst stunning views, landscapes and fincas.
Palma is famous for its nightlife with an explosion in recent years of fashionable bars, nightclubs, sophisticated rooftop bars and cafes with charming outdoor terraces. Discover the thriving night scene with bars and clubs staying open until late, in La Llonja, the Old Town, the district of Santa Catalina, the Paseo Mallorca and the Paseo Marítimo along the seafront.