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There are 3 castle hotels in Mallorca: Castillo Hotel Son Vida, Castell Son Claret and Cap Rocat in a former military fortress.

Castle hotels in Mallorca are 5 star boutique hotels with prime location. Those hotels are better suited for couples, weddings and special events.

Castillo Hotel Son Vida is a Luxury Collection Hotel located in the 13th century castle. Located 5 km from Palma and has spectacular views of Palma Bay. Hotel offers free SPA, 4 swimming pools. Son Vida Golf Club is located next to the hotel. Castillo Hotel Son Vida also welcomes families with kids as it has kids pool, seasonal kids club and entertainment program.

Castell Son Claret is a restored 19th century castle hotel located the Mallorcan countryside 30 min drive from Palma city. Hotel is situated next to UNESCO protected La Tramuntana mountains. It features Michelin-starred restaurant, indoor SPA, pools, tennis court.

Cap Rocat is a 5 star luxury hotel in Mallorca situated in a former military fortress, 17 km from Palma city. It has prime location in the most secluded area of the Bay of Palma with direct access to the sea. Hotel offers free SPA for guests, outdoor swimming pool and sun terrace, tennis courts and a fitness center. Cap Rocat welcomes guests 15+ for safety reasons.
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1. Castell Son Claret

Set just outside Es Capdellà in the Mallorcan countryside, Castell Son Claret is a restored castle, made of 7 different historic buildings, with a Michelin-starred restaurant. It boasts an outdoor swimming pool with stunning views. Each room at the Castell Son Claret, has a unique design and size. All the stylish air-conditioned rooms and suites have Egyptian cotton bed linen and a flat-screen TV. The luxurious bathroom comes with a large shower, bathrobes, slippers and free designer toiletries. There is free Wi-Fi and free wired internet in each room. The elegant suites feature a separate living area with a dining table and sofa, as well as a private terrace or garden. Bellesa de Claret Spa offers a range of treatments, including massages outside in the beautiful hotel gardens. The Castell Bar, set in the former chapel, serves unique cocktails and a large selection of whiskies. There are 2 restaurants at the hotel, Olivera and the Michelin-starred Zaranda. Castell Son Claret also has meeting rooms, inside a restored mill in the grounds. Puerto Portals is 14 km from Castell Son Claret and the centre of Palma de Mallorca is 25 km away.

Castell Son Claret

2. Castillo Hotel Son Vida, a Luxury Collection Hotel

Hotel Son Vida offers spectacular views of Palma Bay and is set in a 13th-century castle. It features a free spa, 4 swimming pools and luxurious accommodation with free Wi-Fi. Castillo Hotel Son Vida, a Luxury Collection Hotel has elegant rooms with flat-screen TVs and garden views. All rooms come with a bathrobe and slippers, and there is a DVD player and music system. Guests at Hotel Son Vida have a choice of several fine restaurants, bars and lounges. There is 24-hour room service. The hotel also provides a free shuttle to nearby luxury hotel restaurants. The hotel is set next to Son Vida Golf Club and the nearest beaches at Illetes are 15-minute drive away. Palma and its airport are 11 km away.

Castillo Hotel Son Vida, a Luxury Collection Hotel

3. Cap Rocat

Cap Rocat is a former military fortress, carefully restored to offer 5-star luxury accommodation. The hotel offers wonderful views of the Mediterranean Sea and the Majorcan countryside. Hotel Cap Rocat is set in a quiet area of Palma Bay, near Cala Blava. The hotel has direct access to the sea. There is also an outdoor swimming pool and sun terrace. The hotel offers a Spa which guests can use for free, and a Hammam at an extra cost. There are also tennis courts and a fitness centre with a personal training service. Outdoor yoga and pilates classes are also offered. Rooms at the hotel offer a private balcony, air conditioning and a minibar. They also come with a bathrobe and slippers, as well as a CD and DVD player. Cap Rocat’s restaurant serves fresh Mediterranean food. The hotel also offers large public lounges and patios. Free Wi-Fi access is available in all areas. For safety reasons due to the unique architecture of the fortress, Cap Rocat cannot accommodate children younger than 15 years old.

Cap Rocat


Mallorca Events

Sant Joan celebrations in Palma de Mallorca

The festival, Sant Joan is one of the biggest, most wildly celebrated event on Mallorca, and especially in Palma. Loud bangs sound throughout the streets, masked figures run through the park underneath the Cathedral wielding large poles emitting sparks into the crowds and people are spotted jumping over bonfires with bandanas pulled up over their mouths and noses. To anyone looking on that wasn’t aware of this festival it would look practically apocalyptic but for those who are familiar with this crazy festival they know that it is probably the most fun and exhilarating festival to participate in.

Crowds descend upon the Parc de la Mar underneath the Cathedral waiting for the hooded devils to enter through the old viaducts and light their torches. These devils then run through the park whilst onlookers choose to either duck and run away from the flying embers or jump up and down with the devils in the shower of sparks to the cacophony of drums. Small bonfires are lit throughout the park adding to the haze and colour of this electric festival.

Once the chaos of the correfoc subsides (normally around 11pm) the hordes of slightly charred and vaguely smoked participants head to the various beaches and coves around the island to bathe in the sea and make a wish to welcome the summer solstice.

Date: 23 June 2019
Address: Palma de Mallorca, Palma de mallorca, Spain
Sant Joan around Mallorca

A slightly tamer version of the festival occurs island-wide in which everyone sets up camp on the various beaches and coves – be it a picnic blanket or a full dining set – and light hundreds of candles all around. Under the flickering of this candlelight the wine and the beer flows and mountains of food are barbecued or prepared. People play music and chat amongst themselves as the children weave in and out of the groups in excitement. At 12 o´clock everyone runs down into the sea en masse to reset the previous year and make their wishes for the year ahead. It is interesting to note that tradition states that you should bathe on your back looking up with a candle in your right hand to make your wish but this seems to get forgotten in all the excitement.

It is a festival that should be experienced at least once although it is important to dress appropriately and know what you are letting yourself in for – plenty of fun, heaps of chaos and smoke-scented hair for a few days!

Date: 23 June 2019
Address: Mallorca, Mallorca, Spain
Artdemossa Fair

Mallorca's famous village of Valldemossa annual artful festival

Valldemossa celebrates its cultural heritage with the one-day feast of art, music, handicrafts, and gastronomy, known as Artdemossa.

The festival is part of the beautiful village’s summer fiestas, and attracts visitors from across Mallorca.

The full festival programme is usually available a week or two before the event.

The fair will be structured into four sectors: a space dedicated to the exhibition of sculptures, paintings and photographs; a musical area with jazz, rock, ethnic music and the local Music School; the gastronomic area with all the restaurants, medieval bakeries and other food-stores offering home-grown gastronomy; and the artisan area, where the local artisans will be showcasing and selling their own products.

Date: 20 July 2019
Address: Valldemossa village, Valldemossa, Spain
Pollença Patrona

August 2nd, a yearly epic battle reenactment in Mallorca

On the day of Pollença’s Patroness Saint, the locals take to the streets to re-enact the epic battle between Moors and Christians.

Date: 2 August 2019
Address: Pollença, Pollença, Spain
Mare de Deu d‘Agost & Sant Roc

Week-long festival in Puigpunyent with activities for all ages

The small town of Puigpunyent celebrates summer with week-long celebrations that include a full programme of activities of all kinds.

Expect events for both children and adults, ranging from arts and crafts to sports and music.

Date: 10 August 2019 - 17 August 2019
Address: Puigpunyent, Puigpunyent, Spain