Puerto Pollensa has long been one of the island’s most popular family-friendly resorts, but with a dining scene to appeal to locals as much as tourists.
Restaurants on Mallorca are serving-up some of the best dishes in Europe, led by international chefs with experience in Michelin-star restaurants. The best restaurants on Mallorca are found all over the island whether that be sea-view restaurants, romantic restaurants or traditional restaurants serving-up Mallorcan cuisine. Every type of cuisine can be enjoyed, particularly in Palma de Mallorca in the area of Santa Catalina where it not unusual to find international cuisine, including Asian, Indian, Mediterranean and Italian food. Seafood restaurants with terraces overlooking the Mediterranean Sea are the most popular restaurants in Mallorca, enjoyed with a glass of local Mallorcan wine and starter of Spanish tapas.
Dining in Alaró focuses on hearty traditional Mallorcan cooking as well as drawing inspiration from around the Mediterranean.
The Deià dining scene leans heavily towards Mallorcan and Mediterranean flavours with a focus on fresh local produce and top-quality ingredients.
Sea-food lovers rejoice! Port Andratx is home to some of the best paella and fish dishes on the island, alongside many other cuisines.
Helen Cummins gives us her pick of the most romantic restaurants on the island. Love is in the air all year round on Mallorca!
Beautiful views and high quality cuisine can be expected at Son Vida’s top restaurants, many of which are set within its three golf clubs and two luxury hotels.
You’ll never be short of a place to eat with Helen Cummins’ tried and tested list of recommended restaurants in Palma. Bon profit!
Enjoy cuisine from all over the world in Santa Catalina with HC’s list of the best restaurants in Palma’s hippest neighbourhood.
Italian restaurateur Marco di Loreto explains the success behind his restaurant Mar de Nudos and why he is a promotor of quality on Mallorca.
Astir restaurant in Portals Nous serves-up a menu that uses ingredients only from Mallorca in its commitment to sourcing food locally.
Port Calanova is Mallorca’s hotspot for watersports. From traditional sailing to flyboarding the complex provides a wide range of water-based activities.
The family-run Macià Batle winery uses traditional grape growing and winemaking techniques to produce Mallorcan wines of the finest quality and character.
Sandro Putignano – former maître d’ of Tristán – has crystallised everything that is great about Italian dining into his Sandro restaurant in Palma.
Zhero Boathouse in Magaluf offers a sun-kissed experiece by day offering menu of healthy and hearty dishes and then by night, a cool club with resident DJs.
Salicornia restaurant serves up incredible seafood including fresh lobster and tuna tartar with the stunning Mediterranean sea for a view.
Overlooking the promenade of Port de Sóller, Randemar restaurant offers good, old-fashioned Mediterranean cooking in a stylish environment.
Hostal Cuba isn’t just a stylish boutique hotel for visitors; its buzzy restaurant, rooftop Sky Bar and lively club are open to everyone.
Flanigan in Puerto Portals epitomises traditional Spanish cooking using only fresh, local ingredients and following Spain’s much-loved recipes.
Minimalist surrounds create the chic backdrop for Japanese-Peruvian fusion cuisine with sea views at Restaurante Sumailla in Port Andratx.
The Royal Beach story is a compelling one; rebuilt after an epic storm, it has now entered a new chapter – with the help of Michelin chef Andreu Genestra.
In the centre of Palma is Fera, a restaurant that obeys no rules when it comes to creating its wonderful Asian-Mediterranean fusion style.
Overlooking Palma bay, Bahía Mediterráneo offers culinary magic paired with an elegant interior that transports you back to luxury in 1930s.
Bodegas Xaloc makes incredible award-winning wine in the beautiful setting of North Mallorca. Visit the vineyard yourself to sample the wine and delicious local tapas.