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Mallorca’s top Asian Restaurants

Mallorca’s top Asian Restaurants

Mallorca is home to numerous restaurants and some of them serve extraordinary oriental dishes. Whether you’re into seafood or meat, sushi or Mediterrasian fusion cuisine, we have selected Mallorca’s top Asian restaurants for you to choose.

Cala Ratjada

Cala Ratjada

Cala Ratjada attracts numerous visitors every year thanks to its white sandy beaches with crystal-clear water. Surrounded by rugged cliffs and forested mountains the bustling town offers loads of restaurants, shops and activities. Let us help you find the best ones!

Alcúdia & Puerto de Alcúdia Guide

Alcúdia & Puerto de Alcúdia Guide

One of Mallorca’s most sought-after destinations boasts with a charming authentic old town, a lively harbour and a kilometre-long sand beach. You will never get bored in Alcúdia and Puerto de Alcúdia.

What to do in Canyamel

What to do in Canyamel

A quiet oasis surrounded by lush hills with stunning sea views. Canyamel is a small but charming resort located in a privileged enclave on the eastern coast of Mallorca. Discover what makes this place so special!

Llucmajor

Llucmajor

Llucmajor is a beautiful, authentic town that offers romantic cafés and restaurants, a luxurious golf course and one of the oldest historic settlements of the island.

25 best Beaches in Mallorca

25 best Beaches in Mallorca

Summer is in full swing now, temperatures begin to rise and all we want is take a dip in the inviting turquoise sea. But where? We have created a guide of the best beaches in Mallorca.

Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca

There is no city like Palma. Excellent restaurants and cafés, glamorous hotels, galleries and museums, infinite shopping possibilities, a fabulous beach and harbour make Mallorca’s capital the place to be.

What to do in Formentera

What to do in Formentera

The closest you get to the Caribbean without going there. Turquoise magical sea and crispy white sand dunes. Formentera, Ibiza’s hip sister, is a true paradise. Escape the bustle of daily life and spend a few quiet days on this wild, romantic island. We will help you get the most of your stay, find out what to do in Formentera.

Port de Sóller

Port de Sóller

A beautiful harbour in a horseshoe bay with one lighthouse at each end, a nostalgic tramway, orange groves and lots of romantic cafés and shops – Port de Sóller is one of Mallorca’s most visited yet surprisingly relaxed coastal resorts.

Banyalbufar

Banyalbufar

Banyalbufar, a traditional, romantic, almost magical town hidden in the mountains of Mallorca’s Serra de Tramuntana. A place that wows both locals and visitors with its cozy and narrow alleys, pretty houses and cafés, picturesque terraces and its stunning sea views.

Vista_de_Sineu

Sineu

Sineu, this small town geographically located in the center of Mallorca, is known for its famous weekly market. There is an abundance of cafés and restaurants to explore. Stroll through the cosy streets, enjoy a great coffee or meal, shop some souvenirs and breathe in Mallorcan history.

Santa Catalina

Santa Catalina

These days Santa Catalina is an exciting mix of cultures. Stroll down its streets and you can eat and shop around the world.