Eating out in Majorca
Majorca’s second-largest city offers travellers an attractive heritage, beautiful natural landscapes and a broad range of coves and beaches along the Mediterranean.
The Cabrera archipelago, only 11 nautical miles from Majorca, is a protected area with a natural terrestrial and, above all, an overwhelming sea wealth.
Hidden among the Llevant mountain range, the town of Capdepera has lovely coves of crystal-clear water and a castle that was built in the 14th century.
Only 10 km from the Balearic capital, we find Puerto de Portals, one of the Mediterranean’s most prestigious luxury marinas.
To find out where to eat in Majorca trust your instincts and also these recommendations about not-to-miss restaurants.
The countless attractions of the beautiful town of Deià, north-west of Majorca, have captivated artists, artisans and famous faces.
There are dozens of wineries in Majorca, which makes it patent that this island has a special link with the fascinating world of wine.
Majorcan cuisine is pure Mediterranean: here, the local products are absolutely the leading figures in the menus, offering some truly unforgettable flavours.
The Tramuntana mountain range is full of oil mills where the oil from centenary olive trees was made. Oil is an essential element of Mediterranean cuisine.