The Rise of Coworking in Mallorca

More and more coworking spaces are opening in Mallorca for freelancers and solo business entrepreneurs

One big reason why so many freelancers and start-up entrepreneurs move to Mallorca is the flexibility that remote working provides. Since the pandemic, there has been a huge shift towards home-based work. More people can now run their business free from geographical constraints, connecting with talent on a global level. Creativity and community comes first, which we see reflected in the spaces in Mallorca. There are many coworking spaces springing up all over the island, and not just in the centre of Palma either.

NXT Boardroom

Situated in a charming, palatial-style space on Calle Sant Jaume is NXT Boardroom, run by brothers Valentin and Maximilian Weidl and their father, Bruno. They provide the setting for the best and brightest people in business to connect. Ideal for entrepreneurs looking to collaborate with like-minded minds that want to strive for better business.

Visit NXT Boardroom, C/ de Sant Jaume 19 (1), Palma


Occupying a beautiful building on the fringes of Palma’s historic centre, Palmapolitan represents the most stylish of working spaces on the island. Owned by Pilar de la Cuesta, chicly updated period interiors set the tone for a space that provides not only office facilities but a “networking hub for like-minded entrepreneurs”.

Visit Palmapolitan, C/ del Sindicat 74, Palma

La Guilda

La Guilda offers a two-floor coworking space with a focus on art and design. Set in the heart of Palma’s Calatrava district, they provide a quiet space and basic tools for clients to explore ideas or carry out artistic projects. A range of courses and workshops are also offered, including pottery, framing and sculpture.

Visit La Guilda at c/ Torre de l’amor, 2. Palma

Casa Planas

Set inside the Casa Planas Cultural Centre in Palma’s Es Fortí neighbourhood, this coworking community space offers a mixture of modern office and artist workshop environments. They also offer regular courses and masterclasses, together with meeting rooms and event spaces. Old school photographers can also make use of a darkroom.

Visit Casa Planas at Av. Sant Ferran, 21. Palma

The Hub

This Santa Catalina-based coworking space occupies a bright and airy building on the edge of the popular Palma neighbourhood. On the ground floor, the welcoming lounge space regularly hosts scheduled and ad hoc workshops, events and exhibitions, while upstairs offers fixed and flexible desk space.

Visit The Hub at c/ Caro 70, Santa Catalina. Palma

Cómodo & Co

As well as being one of the first, set on Palma’s La Rambla this coworking space offers one of the most central locations in the Mallorcan capital. As well as providing spaces with top-quality coworking facilities and 24/7 access, they also provide serviced and virtual offices for businesses.

Visit Cómodo & Co at La Rambla, 13. Palma