The St. Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort

Carretera Palma-Andratx 19, Costa d'en Blanes, Palma de Mallorca 07181 Spain
+34 971 62 96 29

Activities & Experiences


An arbiter of the island’s most distinctive flavors, The St. Regis Mardavall offers myriad experiences from extravagant island explorations to disruptive epicurean adventures. Graced with superior destination knowledge, our Concierge Team provides personalized recommendations and above-and-beyond insight that will enhance each stay, from crafting bespoke tours and recommending celebrated restaurants to sharing little-known local intelligence.

For reservations please contact: Mallorca.Butler@stregis.com | +34 971 62 96 29

Exploring Mallorca

Cycling and Bike Tours around the island

Cycling is extremely popular in Mallorca and renowned for its extensive labyrinth of mountain tracks, countryside roads, and winding mountain passes where cyclists test their limits and explore the island. The year round mild temperatures and roads catering to all fitness levels make it a fantastic day out experience.

Wine Tours

The central area of Mallorca is well known for its wine. Local bodegas produce some exceptional wines that are becoming increasingly popular in the international routes. Our team can organize for you a visit to some of the main wineries, while the most popular tour includes a ride on a small train visiting the oldest vineyards and wineries in Mallorca. José L. Ferrer Winery in Binissalem being the starting point, continuing to two prestigious wineries with more than 300 years of history. Relish tasting eight to nine wines accompanied with delightful local tapas.

Water Sports

Be close to the magnificent nature of Mallorca, as you set out on exclusive, guided watersports adventures. Choose among a great variety of sports among scuba diving, fishing, kayak, paddle, jetski and flyboard. Explore the coves and nearby shores, or stop over in a local beach bar for a drink or snack, and enjoy an active day on the water while admiring the beauty of the coastline.

Local Cuisine and Markets

Discover the authentic local culture and produce by visiting one of the numerous markets that take place every day at different locations all over the island: Sineu, Santanyi, Arta, Sóller, etc. Can Pedro located in Genova and Can Torrat in Calvià offer rustic Mallorquin cuisine and are set in old “Mesones”, which are old countryside houses and specialize in local gastronomy. Make sure to try the “pa amb oli”, “arros brut” and the traditional roast suckling pig.

Tennis

Your St. Regis Butler or concierge will be more than happy to make court reservations at our nearby tennis club and arrange for a shuttle service to your tennis game—certainly not to be missed is the Rafael Nadal’s museum and tennis academy. Located 50 minutes’ drive from the hotel.

More Activities


Hiking

Mallorca is a paradise for walkers, and there are many well-maintained and sign-posted hiking paths for all abilities along the Sierra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO world heritage site. Whether you are looking for a peaceful stroll in the countryside or something more challenging and rigorous, there is something for everyone.

Coasteering

Cliff jumping, abseiling, zip lining and much more along the spectacular coastline of Mallorca. Test your limits and overcome your fears with experienced guides at your side, prioritizing the highest safety standards. No better way to feel the adrenalin rush, whilst living an adventure of a lifetime in harmony with the elements of nature.

Sea Caving

The Caves of Campanet are the least known on the island but well worth a visit. They made up of various cavities with suggestive names as “romantic room” or “enchanted city”. The Drach Caves, the most famous ones, were formed by water being forced through the entrance from the Mediterranean Sea, and some researchers think the formation may date back to the Miocene era.
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