One of the most renowned attractions of Mallorca are the beaches. They are ideal for sunbathing and relaxation. Our recommendation is Capa Llombards; a stunning beach, located around 35 miles southeast of Palma, the Capa Llombards is a favourite among families. Framed by pine trees and bobbing boatsheds, its picturesque setting makes it a top destination on our list of places to visit.
The most glamorous spot on the island, Puerto Portals caters to tourism all year round, making it the place to visit for designer shopping, first class bars and fine dining restaurants. In addition, the marina is world famous for hosting more than 600 luxury yachts year-round. Our favourite bar has to be BOP, where you can drink excellent cocktails, watch live shows and enjoy panoramic views of the marina.
Boasting some of the finest and most diverse restaurants in Spain, the dining “scene” of Mallorca hosts a wide range of eateries. From Michelin-star cuisines to local tapas bars, pizzerias and fish restaurants, the options are endless and will cater to any appetite.