Enjoy Mallorca

We hope you take some time to explore the island and see why we consider it such a special place. And if you’re afforded the time, our destination wedding could make for a brilliant mini-vacation.

Around Pollensa

Es Colomer Viewpoint, Formentor/Puerto Pollensa - Way up in the Sierra Tramuntana mountain range near Puerto Pollensa, the Mirador d'es Colomer is perched over 300 metres above sea level on precipitous cliffs and has views to die for, so don't go too near the edge!

The Calvari Steps, Pollensa - A total of 365 steps, lined by cypress trees and fourteen three-metre-high crosses – a nod to Jesus and his crucifixion – lead to a tiny chapel at the top. From here, you can take in the spectacular views down to the coast and Cap de Formentor.

Pollensa Market - every Sunday between 9am and 1.30pm the market in the centre of Pollensa attracts thousands of visitors with its stalls of local produce, arts and crafts. There are similar markets around the island every day of the week. Apart from Pollensa, we recommend to visit the markets in Santanyi (Wednesday and Saturday) and Alcudia (Tuesday and Sunday). This list shows all the days of the week for the best markets.

Can Gavella, Muro Beach - Cool beach restaurant on the sand dunes of Muro Beach.

Ponderosa Beach, Muro Beach - The ultimate boho and relaxed restaurant, right next to Can Gavella, on Muro Beach.

GUST Santi Taura Restaurant, Muro - One of the best restaurants on the island and very difficult to get in so definitely book ahead.

La LLonja, Puerto Pollensa - Traditional Mallorca food, excellent fresh fish, right on the port in Pollensa.

Stay Restaurant, Puerto Pollensa - Great seafood in the port in Pollensa.

Q11, Pollensa Town - Delicious Spanish fusion cuisine, with a good variety of vegetarian options.

La Trencadora, Pollensa Town - A great pizza spot with a charming courtyard.

Il Giardino, Pollensa Town - Sitting in the atmospheric main square, Plaça Major, Il Giardino does elegant Italian-French food.

R3spira, Pollensa Town - A refreshingly unassuming, reasonably priced haunt doing consistently high-quality Italian, Spanish and Mediterranean dishes.

365, Pollensa - The restaurant at Hotel Son Brull offers fine cuisine in a traditional Mallorca setting. Perfect if you're looking for something a little extra special.

Club de Golf Alcanada – If you are a golf lover don’t miss this beautiful golf course right on the water (~25 min. drive from Puerto Pollensa).

Explore by Boat

The beaches and coves (calas) in Mallorca are paradise! If you can, we highly recommend renting a boat for a day to explore and access some of the best calas on the island that are not accessible by car (and therefore less crowded).

There are several boat rental companies available in the area - hotels and travel agents will be able to help find one that best fits your plans, and there are also several options to book directly online. Please see below for a list of our favorite calas near Puerto Pollensa:
- Formentor: Iconic beach / cove at the northern tip of the island (a bit more spacious than other coves listed below).
- Cala Boquer: Be sure to check out the hidden cave here! Ask your captain!
- Cala Figuera
- Cala San Vicente
- Coll Baix
- Cala Torta
- Cala Murta

If you will be on other parts of the island earlier in the week, here are other coves that we absolutely love too!
- La Foralada
- Sa Calobra
- Cala Mitjana
- Cala Marmol
- Cala Pi

Explore by Road

If you decide to rent a car we advise exploring the rest of this beautiful island:

Palma - Mallorca's Capital city. Be sure to include La Seu Cathedral and the area of La Lonja in your stops.

Valldemossa – Stunning town in the mountains. Drive a bit further along the mountain coastline, to the town of Deia, where we recommend that you have lunch at Cas Patro March. Be sure to book ahead or you won't get in and bring cash as they do not take credit cards.

Soller – Charming town in the valley of the Tramuntana mountain range. Take the traditional tram down to the port.

Playa Es Trenc – Miles of white sand and turquoise water.

Beaches - There are 262 beaches on Mallorca with a total length of 50 km!

Sa Calobra - An unique part pebble/part sand beach situated at the end of a gorge made by the Torrent de Pareis. The beach gets its name from the very windy road leading to it.

Port of Andratx - A beautiful fisherman's port with lots of shops, cafes, restaurants and galleries.

Puerto Portals - A chic marina filled with luxurious yachts and an array of restaurants offering all types of cuisine.

Scenic Drives - There are so many beautiful spots to discover!