Mallorca by Day

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Explore Mallorca By Day...

For a day spent ashore, these are the places to be pampered, the sights to see, the shopping districts to delve into, and the activities to indulge in.

Casa Soleada
For a gorgeous Mediterranean resting-place, the Casa Soleada ticks every box. Built in the Ibiza style, this tranquil white villa is one of the original homes within the affluent Cala Serena area. Along with a mesmerizing waterfront position and view of the marina, the Casa Soleada is fully-staffed and equipped with every amenity: swimming pool, terraced grounds and house yacht all luxuriously maintained to a high-standard.

Son Julia
Set in a 15th century estate deep within the Mallorcan countryside, Son Julia is a supreme luxury hideaway. Boasting one of the largest suites in Europe, the Imperial suite, at 400 square meters, has its own living and dining area, along with a state-of the art gym. Combined with the Son Julia’s extensive wellness area, you will be pampered and cared for to the highest-standard: mind, body and soul.

Son Brul Spa
The spa within the chic Son Brul hotel was the first on the island and as such retains an authentic, Spanish atmosphere. Making use of Mallorca’s natural resources, the treatments on offer are as beneficial as they are exclusive.

Es Baluard
Set within an old military fortress, the Es Baluard museum of art is a unique experience. Take in works by Miró and Picasso as you stroll along the battlements.

Palau March
For a statuary garden with breath-taking Mediterranean views, the Palau March is the only choice. This private art and sculpture collection of business man Joan March includes pieces by Rodin, Moore and Alfaro set against a stunning maritime backdrop.

The art of shopping is alive and well on Mallorca, with Palma as its capital. Stuffed with antique and contemporary treasures in equal share, Palma is truly a shopping paradise.

Shopping Strips
Corner on Paseo del Borne and Custo on Calle San Miguel are two fantastic venues to search for established and up-and-coming designers.

A Saturday market is held on the Avenida Gabriel Alomar I Villalonga, and should not be missed. To see and sample some precious Mallorcan pearls, Perlas Majorica on the Avenida Jaume III boasts a fine selection.

Home to 20 golf courses, 4 of which have been built in the past 3 years, Mallorca is truly a golfer’s paradise Spread throughout the island, all offer well-maintained grounds and challenging holes. With so many greens available, an avid golfer could play for three weeks without repeating a single one.



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