Charter a boat for the day and pop round for lunch at Ca’s Patró March, a gorgeous fish restaurant in Cala Deià that also featured in The Night Manager (it’s where Roper’s son Danny supposedly gets kidnapped). Book early.
tel: +34 971 63 91 37
Sa Foradada is another great restaurant with stunning sea views. It’s fun to lunch there after swimming from a boat, but you must reserve a table.
tel: + 34 616 08 74 99
A must for dinner in Deia is the wonderful Sebastian.
tel: +34 971 639 417
Cap Rocat in Cala Blava (20 mins from Palma) is a must-visit for lunch. The sensational boutique hotel is actually a decommissioned military fortress built in the 19th century overlooking the Bay of Palma. Now a national monument full of unique architecture, it offers fabulous sea views from its highly acclaimed restaurant.
tel; +34 971 748 070
If you’re making a trip to Palma to go shopping, don’t miss Rialto Living, a gorgeous concept store selling everything from books and fashion to art and interiors.
Carolina Herrera will help you achieve that chic Spanish look.
After all that shopping, stop for coffee or a copa de vino at Cappuccino.
Carrer de Sant Miquel, 53, 07002 Palma
Got to Soller for morning coffee, with a freshly squeezed orange juice and the papers, on the wonderful main square in the shadow of the Baroque church, then explore Calle de la Luna and its many boutiques.
Take the old electric open tram dating from 1913 that runs regularly between the town of Soller and Puerto Soller – great fun and well worthwhile, especially for children. We suggest you take a ride, have lunch in the port (delicious fish at Es Canyis) and then return to the main square in Soller.
tel: +34 971 631 406
You’ll get the best massage with Mei Hong in Gran Hotel Soller.
tel: +34 971 638 686 – mob: +34 669 522 346