Serra de Tramuntana

Declared World Heritage by UNESCO in the category of Cultural Landscape, is a corner of Balearic nature where you can find unique places in the world, essential to understand the island. The winemaking activity in this area possibly began with the Roman settlement, whose first vines may have landed around the fifteenth or sixteenth century from Italy.

El Migjorn

South of the island where you can fall in love with its coastal area with the most exclusive beaches and coves of white sand and turquoise waters.

La Serra de Llevant

Natural spot where we find extensive crops of olive, almond, fig and carob. An area where the vineyards grow practically at sea level in a Mediterranean landscape, with the benefits of the influence of sea breezes.

El Pla

One of the areas with the longest wine-growing tradition, dating back to Roman times. In it we can find wineries and cellers with their ancient objects related to rural life or winemaking.

El Raiguer

Area of beautiful vineyards and bucolic places. Discover its hidden cloisters, noble mansions, ancient Arabian mills and off-road villages with their traditional inns in old wineries of several centuries, some converted into restaurants.

Palma

The capital of the island is known for its architecture and fusion of cultures, the great Gothic cathedral of the thirteenth century, the Arabic-style fortress converted into a royal residence and the castle of medieval origin.