If you’re getting married in Mallorca, you need to see the best venues for weddings on the island

If you are getting married in the largest of the Balearic Islands, you cannot miss the best wedding venues in Mallorca. You will love them!

Are you looking for the best wedding venues in Mallorca? It’s your lucky day! Because the largest island in the Balearic archipelago, where more and more foreign and Spanish couples want to get married, has magical, chic and charming corners to say, “I do”.

In Mallorca destination weddings are becoming increasingly popular, since this island is for everyone: for the glamourous, for the avant-garde, for rural people, for family, for partygoers, for romantics…what you are looking for, you have!

So, if your body asks you for a wedding among the heat, the so blue and crystal-clear Mediterranean Sea, good gastronomy, incredible wines, nature, warm sunsets, etc. give it what it’s asking for and organise your wedding in Mallorca.

Do you know the reasons for getting married on this island?

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1. Mallorcan weather, one of the best that exists

The island has one of the best Mediterranean climates of all of Spain, and with 300 days of sunshine a year…why not!

A destination that invites you to visit it at any time of year, since its winters are not cold at all and it has very little rainfall, and in summer the temperatures do not exceed 30ºC. Get your suitcase ready!

2. More than 300 coves and dream beaches

Mallorca has a privileged coast, full of coves and idyllic beaches of crystal water and golden sand beaches, far from the stress and the noise of the city, encouraging calm at all times.

Like the beach of Palma, the beach of the capital, which is 4,600 metres long and has a blue flag every year, in addition to Cala Varques., Cala de Sa Calobra, Cala Torta, Playa de Muro, Caló des Moro…Take note of them all! 

3. Mallorcan gastronomy, with a reputation

Yes, the island also is full of gastronomic delicacies with which you will want to have a second helping of, such as, for example, one of its specialities, ensaimadas and cocas, the star dishes of Mallorcan pastry. 

The sobrasada also stands out, known all over the world because it is incredibly good, so don’t forget to put it among the starters of your wedding!

And for the main dishes…rice and soup in any version! Because in the Balearic cuisine hare rice, brut rice and lobster rice can’t be missing…and neither the stir fry soup, bread soup or soup with spinach and bread.

4. A sublime artistic-cultural heritage

Now the island is a cosmopolitan, modern environment full of proposals for all tastes, but the best thing is that it combines this avant-garde with a rich cultural and artistic heritage, housing patios, museums, art galleries, emblematic buildings, a majestic religious architecture….not everything is sun and sand!

5. The city of Palma hypnotises

Did you know that the Palma, the capital, is considered one of the best cities in the world to live in? In this city, despite not being big, you can find everything.

In its corners, the old is combined with the modern, the rural and the Mediterranean to perfection.

Some of the things that you cannot miss when travelling to Palma is its impressive cathedral called La Seu, as well as the bay located directly in front, the Palau de La Almudaina, the bustling Santa Catalina neighbourhood, the Meseu Es Baluard, Sa Faixina, the well-known James III street or the Passeig d’es Born.

6. Natural landscape

As we have previously mentioned, Mallorca is not only sun and beach, but there is also cultural and… natural heritage! Like in Soller, where there is a radiant Botanical Garden full of native Mediterranean flora.

Also of great attraction is the S’Albufereta natural reserve in Pollença or the Sierra de la Tramuntana, declared a World Heritage Site as a cultural landscape due to human and natural union.

The Natural Park of S’Albufera, Sa Dragonera and Sa Mondragó and the caves of Drach and dels Hams are other places that nature lovers cannot miss.

7. Enoturism (wine tourism)

And not just any wine tourism, but with a Denomination of Origin. So wine lovers can also take advantage of their wedding stay to enjoy different tastings.

Among the Mallorcan red varieties, the most abundant is the black mantle, the basis for the production of most of the island’s red wines. Some of the most popular wineries that are worth visiting are the José Luis Ferrer Winery, the Ribas Winery and the Ángel Wineries.

8. Summer nights

At night the island invites you to go out to dance, walk and have a drink because its streets are full of life thanks to the rigorous live jazz performances, the excellent venues and the terraces full of people ready to disconnect and enjoy.

A very summer atmosphere that also occurs in the old town, with a much more bohemian environment but that also witnesses great couples and friends dining and toasting.

When we say that it has everything, it is because it does!

And now, these are the best venues for weddings in Mallorca

Sa Cala Rotja

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The Sa Cala Rotja estate is located in the touristic center of Canyamel, more precisely in the Capdepera’s town hall in the Balearic Islands. The estate is easy to access to and has amazing seaviews, perfect to celebrate a wedding in  Palma de Mallorca or any type of event such as birthdays, congresses, incentive travels or product presentations.

Hotel Honucai

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Located in Colònia de Sant Jordi, this hotel is perfect for an intimate wedding and for the most cosmopolitan bride and groom, who seek to celebrate a different and very urban chic wedding. The venue has two terraces on the roof of the hotel with panoramic views of the sea, where you can celebrate the ceremony and the cocktail, and the Salicornia restaurant, with a terrace and the option of celebrating the cocktail or the reception full of seafood cuisine.

Sunset Club

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The Sunset Club is a luxurious and exclusive venue that is located in the upper part of the Porto Pi Shopping Centre, next to the Port of Palma, far from the hustle and bustle thanks to its location. That is why it has beautiful views of the bay of Parma. Both the premises and its terrace are available for you to celebrate your wedding with an exclusive dinner and enjoy the Night Club.

La Fortaleza

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Arguably the most breath-taking and exclusive locations on Mallorca to host your wedding is, unquestionably, the infamous privately-owned, La Fortaleza estate. Starring as a stunning location in the prize-winning series, ‘The Night Manager’, this fortress built in the 17th century is the priciest real estate in Mallorca, and lucky for you, it can be hired for events. The venue consists of the fort itself, with an additional seven villas, two swimming pools, and a studio included in its 11,840sqft of landscaped grounds complete with olive trees and palm trees, and the fort’s 15,360sqft of terraces. Mallorca’s favourite sportsman Rafa Nadal said I do with his long-time partner Xisca Perelló at La Fortaleza last October in a luxurious ceremony attended by the world’s biggest tennis stars, as well as the former king and queen of Spain.

Nikki Beach

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If you are envisioning a lavish beach club ceremony, then the world-renowned Nikki Beach is the one for you. There is plentiful space to hold the wedding of all your dreams whilst looking out over the Mediterranean Sea at this gorgeous venue. One of our top picks from the venue is the crisp and clean white décor which is ideal for an extravagant wedding. Nikki Beach is also famous for its lively and vibrant entertainment, from live performances to fire shows – there isn’t a beach club in the whole world that can compare with the tailored entertainment and opulence of a Nikki Beach event. With customised decoration and classic entertainment, they are a blank page that can transform into every possibility! Whether you want a live DJ, a violinist, a saxophone player, or a percussionist to get people on the dancefloor, name it and they’ll sort it. There are an array of packages on offer – you can choose signature canapés, a cocktail reception, and a number of menus to suit every single budget and tastes. Regardless of the size of your wedding, Nikki Beach will be able to tailor your experience to your needs.

Son Marroig

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Owing to the beautiful marble temple on the side of a cliff with 360° views of the sea, Son Marroig has transformed into a quintessential lavish wedding venue in Mallorca. Previously owned by Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria who first visited the island in 1867. He spent a lot of time in Mallorca and published books about the ethnography and nature of the Balearic Islands. He adored the Tramuntana mountains and bought many villas and estates between Deìa and Valldemossa with the objective to preserve the region from being built on and over-developed.

The Archduke was a futuristic thinker with his ideas of conservation and is well-regarded by the Mallorcan locals. Son Marroig has been converted into a museum including a number of his personal photos, artwork, furniture, and pottery.

In the beautiful gardens you’ll find the luxurious white marble temple in a neoclassical design which the Archduke constructed as a location to admire the enchanting view of the sea and the peninsula of Sa Foradada. It’s not hard to understand why the temple is a captivating setting for a wedding, however a wedding here requires bringing all the equipment and seating, so we’d recommend enlisting a wedding planner to help.

It is a 45-minute drive from Palma and has a maximum seating capacity of 120.

Finca Son Togores

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If you’re seeking a wedding location that has historical connections and exudes traditional Mallorcan appeal, Finca Son Togores could be the right venue for you. Located only 20 minutes from Palma city centre, Finca Son Togores hosts exclusive venues while being accessible from the airport. As a huge estate, it has an array of spaces on offer to choose from for your ceremony, wedding breakfast, and evening reception. There are various packages available to fit every budget, and the venue has catering companies who will help you (even from afar) and make your wedding planning a simple process.

Carrossa Hotel Spa Villas

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5* Carrossa Hotel Spa Villas and its gardens make a grand and extravagant wedding venue. Not only is the historical manor in an immaculate setting with stunning views over the North-eastern coast and the Serra de Llevant mountains, but you and your guests can choose from a number of fincas, rooms, suites, and villas to accommodate you. There is an in-house events team who will help create your dream wedding. The top-class restaurants, gorgeous terraces, glamorous bar, and the ultramodern swimming pool and spa will attract your interest if you’re searching for a hotel with exceptional facilities for your wedding.

Castell Son Claret

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Have you always dreamed of being married in a castle? We have the perfect place for you! Castell Son Claret Hotel is the fairytale venue you’ve been looking for. It’s almost as if the magical terraces and courtyards of this elegant hotel have been built for the sole purpose of hosting weddings. To top it off, Michelin-star chef Fernando Pérez Arellano is in charge in the kitchen which means the food at the venue is out of this world.

Máxime Restaurant

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The Máxime Restaurant is located in a privileged enclave on the coast of Portocolom de Mallorca. It has amazing views of the Mediterranean Sea and is surrounded by the amazing Vall d’Or golf course. This restaurant for weddings in Mallorca has the capacity to welcome 200 guests. It has two terraces, a pergola and a glass interior room. It is the perfect place to celebrate an unforgettable and romantic ceremony in the Balearic Islands.

St Regis Mardavall

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For the greatest luxury hotel experience for your wedding, you can’t go wrong with the St Regis Mardavall Hotel which has established itself as a trustworthy venue and brand, notorious for providing amazing weddings time after time. Located near to the esteemed Puerto Portals marina, this hotel promises you a premium experience with customised touches. It’s fantastic grounds are the ideal location for every wedding, from a huge extravagant event, to an intimate ceremony.

Cap Rocat

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The absolute elite of hotels in Mallorca, Cap Rocat is a traditional military fort converted to a lavish hotel on the outlying east side of Palma’s bay. Meticulous planning is a signature trait of this hotel with each and every element of the former fortress being wholly exceptional and of the best quality. As to be expected, there’s a large price tag that accompanies this truly opulent wedding experience, so get ready to splash the cash – it’s definitely worth it!

 S’Església Nova

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Have you ever attended an open-air wedding in a church before? Dazzle your guests with a wedding in a beautiful roofless Neogothic Church with input from architect Antoni Gaui at S’Església Nova. Although the 20th century building remains unfinished, this makes it more stunning and definitely gives a setting you’ll never forget. Just envision the wedding photos! It’s situated near Son Servera, so there are numerous hotels and fincas in close proximity where you and your friends and family can carry on the celebrations.

Formentor Hotel

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As well as its incredible location, Formentor Hotel is a symbolic place for the Mallorcan people, as it has remained the chosen meeting point for decades for international celebrities like Audrey Hepburn, Hugh Grant, Charlie Chaplin, Halle Berry, and Grace Kelly, who visited for a part of her honeymoon.

The hotel grounds, with vibrant greenery and nature, views over the Mediterranean and Port Pollença’s harbour, require very little décor to make the environment look magical for your wedding.

Son Brull hotel

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Son Brull is a 5* hotel situated in Pollença in the north of the island and is one of the most lavish wedding venues in Mallorca. Son Brull Hotel is enclosed in 40 acres of fruit and olive trees that further enhance the beauty of this place. While the setting and grounds are beautiful, the services that the hotel offers are unmatched anywhere else. The hotel offers 23 rooms and is available for wedding receptions throughout the whole year; and you can use the venue exclusively outside of June to September. The hotel can host up to 70 seated guests for receptions and also offers numerous indoor and outdoor spaces to choose from. The food is delicious, and the professional staff encapsulate the reputation of this luxury hotel.

Hotel Villa Italia

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Hotel Villa Italia has a unique feature that very few Mallorcan hotels can offer you; Italian-style architecture, a touch of 50s charm in the setting and the view of the seafront that witnesses your ceremony, topped off with fantastic cuisine. The Villa Italia has its own small church by the port that is ideal for your ceremony and the happy couple can then walk back to the hotel with everyone watching them. Or, the hotel terrace is a perfect ceremonial setting, from there you and your guests can feel the breeze of the Mediterranean Sea and enjoy the incredible view. The décor is perfect for weddings and arrangements can be made for every detail and element.

Belmond La Residencia Hotel Deià

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The dreamy and exclusive situation amid olive and citrus orchards, has appealed to those in high society to this Orient-Express boutique hotel in the enchanting village of Deià. Singer Robbie Williams and his fiancée stayed here prior to their wedding, and Princess Diana once visited.

La Residencia is an imagined fusion of casual elegance and romantic privacy. The hotel has a striking backdrop of an amphitheatre of dramatic mountain cliffs and provides a spectacular panoramic view over the turquoise sea below. The hotel comprises of various buildings: a 14th century watchtower, two manor houses – Son Canals and Son Moragues – whose first written records are from the 16th century, though Son Canals, fixed to the ancient watchtower is the oldest of the two, constructed in the 15th century: Son Fony, built in the 18th century, and Son Fony II, a 20th century build designed in accordance with the other three. The buildings were primarily converted into a hotel in 1984, preserving as many previous details as possible.

Gran Hotel Son Net

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The Gran Hotel Son Net is very well located in the well-known Sierra de Tramuntana, just a few kilometers from the center of Mallorca. Since 1672 it has a lot of work done in order to become the modern and welcoming space that it is today. Of its construction it conserves part of its stone walls and impressive beams. The hotel has a spectacular interior patio, its own restaurant and a variety of spaces with a pool.

Mhares Sea Club

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A beach club with a huge pool and access to the sea which permits adults only.

When it comes to the history of Mallorcan beach clubs, Mhares Sea Club possesses its own chapter. Mhare is on the original site of the previous Beach Club Delta, which was one of the first clubs to open on Mallorca, when it launched business 38 years ago.

The new club has been the subject of a huge renovation development in which no details were left untouched. Hours of planning went into the project from the name – Mhares is a synthesis of mar (sea) and the sandstone – to the precise colour shade of the furniture (when one couldn’t be found, one was created). The two primary colours are blue and beige, signifying the sea and the stone.

Juan Carlos Ávalos, the Argentinian head chef provides gourmet meals that revolve around flavour, and which portray the Mediterranean spirit. His go-to dishes include steak tartare, paella, and tuna tartare. There is a set menu for certain days, so make sure to check before you go.

Hotel Santos Nixe Palace

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With its desirably unique location on the beachfront in Cala Major, the symbolic Nixe Palace Hotel is the ultimate seaside setting. With an indoor and outdoor pool, spa, and three restaurants, it fulfils all your hotel requirements, and is only five minutes from central Palma.

Balneario Illetas Beach Club

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A hotel rich in history with a hundred reasons to fall in love with it.

Constructed in the 1950s with an initial project by the architect Francisco Casas Llompàrt, Balneario Illetas has transformed itself from year to year, keeping up with modern times whilst retaining its historical features and reputation.

The space has all the aspects required for a special day at the sea. From brunch or breakfast by the waves, rejuvenating dips in the turquoise Mediterranean Sea, lunch with all your closest friends and families, to an intimae dinner watching the bright lights in the bay of Palma, all the while encircled by soft sand and tall pine trees. Balneario Illetas, a location visited by residents and tourists who are seeking a quiet corner to relax and enjoy all the facilities the beach club offers.

San Carlos, Historical and Military Museum

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In the initial months of 1600, members of the merchants’ union began to discuss the necessity of a fortress to guard and defend the port of Palma to the west of the island, in the location of what was an ancient Roman port called Porto Pi. In 1610 it is suggested that building finally began at the selected location. It was given the name San Carlos because the Viceroy at that time was Don Carlos Coloma, Marquis of Espinar. In 1981 it was converted into a military museum. Protective fortification of the mole of Portopí, built in the 17th century, and a military museum containing military and war items from the Middle Ages up to the 20th century.

Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa

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Jumeirah is a contemporary hotel nestled in a stunning location with 360° mountain and sea views from their lavish facilities and rooms. The 5* hotel is only a 15-minute walk from the harbour and provides three restaurants, a fitness centre, an infinity pool, in addition to the prized Talise Spa including a sauna and pool. Breath-taking views can be found from the modern rooms and suites which are furnished with wooden features and bold yet refined.

You probably already knew that Mallorca is one of the most charming destinations in the Mediterranean, but now you will also know that it is perfect for the walk down the altar with your partner.

The advantages are endless! What do you think about the venues we have shown you? Come and tell us at Perfect Venue Manager and whilst at it, we will organise your wedding!


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