3. The Food
Try the new San Juan Gastronomic Market, which has recently opened in Palma in a 1900s period building, converted to hold food stalls, cafes, sunny terraces and areas for wine tastings and cookery courses. There is truly something for everyone in this original setting.
There are also seven Michelin-starred restaurants on the island so why not pick one and treat yourself?
Hotel Predí Son Jaumell (Capdepera)
Simply Fosh (Palma)
Es Molí d’en Bou (Sa Coma)
Zaranda, Hotel Son Claret (Es Capdella)
Jardin (Port d’Alcudia)
Es Racó d’es Teix (Deia)
Es Fum, St. Regis Mardavall (Costa d’en Blanes)