Stay in a stylish villa, boutique hotel or head to a fitness retreat.

From the cosmopolitan chic of Palma, an often bypassed city that deserves a look, to the rugged, pine clad Tramuntana mountains; from the tiny turquoise bays inviting you to drop anchor, to traditional stone villages from another era, Mallorca is an island that reveals more of itself each time you visit.

The warm, dry climate makes it a destination to visit earlier and later than many others in the Mediterranean, and its rich cultural past has left no end of places to explore. Head to Palma for gothic cathedrals and medieval castles, sitting next to striking modern architecture, or explore the national parks and varied and beautiful coastline. The island has undergone an extraordinary food revolution over the past few years, with many chefs returning home with their internationally gained reputations and talents, creating exquisite dishes and taking traditional tapas to new levels.