Tour the wineries of Mallorca

The extensive area of vineyards on the island offers us a different landscape for each season of the year. From winter rest, rebirth in spring, to the summer harvest then to the return to rest in autumn. The vineyard has different colours and smells that change with each season.

Given the fantastic Mediterranean climate to be enjoyed and the short distance between wineries, Mallorca is the perfect enotouristic destination for lovers of great wine.

Some of the most traditional wine-producing villages in Mallorca are found in the north-central area of the island. The wine route in the Raiguer region can be done by train, on foot, by car or by bike, and a map will guide you through its vineyards and a visit to one of its wineries. In this region, you can also enjoy gorgeous views of the Serra de Tramuntana, and the experience of sipping a glass of Mallorcan wine overlooking the Serra will not leave you indifferent.

Don´t forget to book a wine tasting, a tour of the winery, or to buy a bottle of local wine from Mallorca. Binigual, Jose Luis Ferrer and Tianna Negre are just a few of the wineries that you can find in Binissalem.

In Santa Maria del Camí you can visit a number of wineries: Jaume Puntiró, Ramanyà or Macià Batle. In Consell you´ll find Ribas winery, and in Senselles, Son Prim.

The wine that comes from Binissalem isn’t the only wine you can taste in Mallorca; in the Pla i Llevant region in the central-eastern part of Mallorca there are also a number of traditional wine-producing areas. There are numerous wineries here, and we encourage you to visit and stop to enjoy at least one of them. In Porreres for example you can visit Mesquida Mora, in Algaida Oliver Moraques, in Manacor Pere Seda and in Felanitx, Ànima Negra.

You can finish off your wine route by enjoying lunch or dinner at one of the luxury restaurants in Mallorca, topping off the perfect day and turning it into a gastronomic travel experience.

The wine culture is a millenary tradition, which was brought to the island by the Romans. However, in the last decade, the wineries of Mallorca have opted to turn wine into a cultural product. We hope you enjoy Mallorcan wine!