A Luxury Collection Destination, Spain
The magnificent island of Mallorca, blessed with perfect weather nearly all year, is an explorer’s paradise. From the mountains of the north to the olive and almond groves of the south to the pristine beaches and fishing villages of the west, this Balearic isle breathes promises of tranquility and adventure.
As an island state, Mallorca has long been known as a sailing destination. Watch some of the world’s best sailors compete in its most famous regatta just off the shores of Palma.
Many of the world’s top cyclists train in Mallorca; watch them, or even join them, in one of the island’s most popular races, which includes two shorter routes as well.
A Palma institution, this acclaimed jazz festival brings some of the world’s top jazz musicians to the legendary Jazz Voyeur club, tucked away in the heart of the old city.
Listen to the sounds of some of the world’s foremost organists at these free, Sunday concerts held in Palma’s majestic cathedral in honor of composer Johann Sebastian Bach.
Every fall, Mallorca’s towns come out for vibrant festivals in honor of the island’s patron saint, Santa Catalina Thomàs. Palma celebrates in late October, while other towns celebrate on other days.
Palma’s renowned Teatre Principal brings contemporary, internationally acclaimed dance, opera, theater, music, and more to the island during its annual fall/winter season.
Despite being younger than other prestigious Mediterranean film festivals, Palma’s addition to the scene attracts an impressive array of films and notable attendees.
One of Mallorca’s most famous Christmas traditions, this Gregorian ritual held at churches around the island has been designated an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.
Named for the renowned writer who once lived in Mallorca, our wood-and-leather lounge treats whisky connoisseurs to the island’s best offerings.
Sample gourmet specialties from both Mallorca and further afield at this white tablecloth eatery whose floor-to-ceiling windows take full advantage of the hotel’s mountaintop perch.
Pay homage to the hotel’s aristocratic history with an afternoon tea or chocolate caliente service in this old-world salon.
Relax in this intimate, wood-paneled bar with an extensive cocktail and tapas list, walls decorated with historic arms from the hotel’s past, and a terrace overlooking Palma.
Hike between the stalactites and underground pools of the dramatic Coves de Campanet.
Mallorca’s golf course are world-renowned, and our championship Son Vida Golf Course and Son Quint Executive Course are two of the most magnificent, popular with novices and pros alike.
Built in the 13th century for a local aristocratic family, the castle has hosted international dignitaries and royalty throughout its history.
Soak up sweeping views of Palma and Mallorca’s coastline over refreshing drinks on the tiled deck of the palm- and pine-shaded, 248-square-meter swimming pool.