Discover Mallorca on a private luxury tour, one of Spain's most beautiful islands and a dream destination for wine lovers

Mallorca is the ultimate Mediterranean pleasure island, with a captivating turquoise coastline full of hundreds of coves, a thriving yachting community, and glorious rugged mountains punctuated by quaint, stone hamlets, colorful village markets, and ethereal monasteries. The more than four million almond trees offer an annual visual treat of spectacular almond blossoms, on a fairy tale scenery par with Kyoto’s cherry blossom “sakura.” This much-cherished Spanish island is the largest of the four Balearic Islands (the others being Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera). It is also a very serious up and coming wine tasting destination. While in the last two decades, Mallorca became infamous for a saturated package-tourism market in certain beach resorts, in recent years, the island has gone decidedly upmarket and today attracts movie stars and jet setters from around the globe. Some of Europe’s best luxury hotels and food and wine experiences can be found on this fascinating, perfect weather isle. For coast loving wine lovers, Mallorca is a major revelation and the best combo of beach and deluxe wine tourism!

The wine country here is still off the beaten track and unspoiled, and full of passionate young winemakers (many of them second and third generation winemakers) reviving interest in local grape varietals like Mantonegro (also spelled Manto Negro), Callet, Gorgollassa, Prensal Blanc and Giró Ros as well as finding the perfect terroir for international varietals like Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Viticulture was introduced here by the Ancient Romans and catapulted to fame in the 1st century AD when the philosopher cum wine critic Pliny the Elder waxed lyrical about Mallorcan wines, which were exported to Rome and incredibly popular. Despite this heritage and pedigree, it was not until the last few years that premium Mallorcan wines have started to get noticed outside of the island, even by mainland Spain. Times change, though, and the world’s most renowned wine journalists and wine lovers have finally embraced these exceptional wines, whose vineyards benefit from the moist sea breeze (called “embat”) and unique microclimate.

This luxury wine adventure starts in the enchanting capital, Palma. You will be whisked away to a welcome lunch at the most famous Michelin starred eatery in town where chef Marc Fosh creates inspired and memorable culinary creations. Stroll around town with your private guide, visiting the most remarkable architectural gems and taking in electrifying viewpoints. Over the next ten days, you will be utterly pampered, wined and dined, and take in unforgettable experiences like sailing and swimming in sublime, hidden coves.

As on all of our luxury wine tours, we love to show you a contrast of winery styles, from larger, chic operations to cozy, family-run cellars. You will be welcomed by many winemakers themselves on exclusive tastings of top tier bottles, and soak up the views from gorgeous tasting settings. Enjoy convivial meals of Mallorcan specialties like Coca, Tumbet, and Ensaïmada- right in the vines. Admire the jaw-dropping views of the coastline at the mythical Béns d’Avall restaurant and the lush mountain views at Son Net, set in a majestic valley.

Taste mouthwatering fresh Arbequina olive oil and meander around ancient, silvery olive groves. Let your captain prepare a delicious BBQ for you while you sip wine on a private sunset cruise in a dreamy, aquamarine bay. And visit charming historic hamlets on the coast and in the mountains, including Sóller, Fornalutx, and Pollença. You will sleep in magical retreat hotels, including a palatial, gourmet spa hotel; an ultra-luxury stone villa-style hotel set in the most idyllic hamlet in Spain (Deià); a rural sanctuary Relais & Chateaux located in a converted monastery; and a unique historic fortress hotel in a secluded and utterly hidden location right on the sea. Contact us for more info on this ultra luxury food, wine, and coast themed vacation on magnificent Mallorca island!

Mallorca Wine Tour Highlights:

  • Private Luxury Winery Tours and Top Class Tastings
  • Premium Olive Oil Experience
  • Private Sailing Excursions with Snorkel, Paddle Board, Wine on board
  • Exclusive Luxury Retreats and Special Suites
  • Professional, friendly English speaking Chauffeurs & Mercedes
  • Visit wonderful villages Sóller, Deià, Fornalutx, Pollença

Below is a suggested Itinerary for your private Mallorca Wine Tour

  1. Palma de Mallorca airport - Palma Historic Old Town

    ¡Bienvenidos! Welcome Michelin starred Lunch at Marc Fosh, Discover Palma

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    Palma de Mallorca
    • 5* Luxury, Historic Fortress Hotel
    • Welcome Michelin Starred Lunch with Wines
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    Arrive at Palma de Mallorca airport. Your charming personal chauffeur will be waiting for you and will escort you to your luxury hotel by comfortable Mercedes, where you will have some free time to freshen up before lunch. Your driver will then meet you in the lobby again and take you on a short drive through the well-kept, historic center to the romantic venue where your elegant but unfussy Michelin starred lunch awaits. Marc Fosh is Mallorca’s most famous gourmet chef, and over the last 20 years, since he arrived from the UK, he has helped transform the food scene on the island. This restaurant is in a very atmospheric converted 17th-century convent (now a trendy hotel). Enjoy a chef’s tasting menu with wine pairings and tantalizingly beautiful dishes such as wild sea bass with saffron and potato-leek terrine; smoked tomato consommé with fresh tuna tartar; and peach with acacia & coconut-aloe vera sorbet.

    After lunch, your local private guide will take you on an entertaining walking tour of the marvelous old town’s highlights to help you shake off the jet lag. You will start with a visit to the Gothic Cathedral of Santa Maria (called “La Seu”). Construction on the architectural gem was begun in the early 1200s but only finished just under 400 years later. It’s truly a wonder, and your guide will share fun anecdotes and curiosities with you, show you the Gaudí designed baldachin, and a peculiar art masterpiece designed by local artist Miquel Barceló. Admire the world’s largest Gothic rose window and finish off with fantastic views over the bay from the terraces and bell tower, where you can see as far as Bellver Castle. Carry on to the Palau de l’Almudaina, just across from the cathedral, for a short visit. This 10th-century Moorish fortress (wholly renovated in Gothic Palatial style by King Jaume II of Mallorca in the early 1300s) features stunning, vaulted rooms full of ancient tapestries, Knight’ armor and antiques, as well as Moorish style gardens complete with swans. Weave your way through the medieval streets of “El Casco Antiguo” next and conclude a terrific afternoon with a glass of wine on a rooftop terrace like the Sky Bar with exceptional views over the entire Bay of Palma or in a cozy tree-lined plaza.

    The evening is yours to enjoy your luxurious, 19th-century mansion hotel right downtown. You can watch the sunset on your hotel’s rooftop bar with its panoramic view of the Sant Francesc Basilica, and either grab a light dinner on-site or head to the marina for a seafront supper. We love El Nautico at the Royal Nautical Club, with perfect views and, of course, nautical décor. The club is run by the famous Tast Culinary Project and is an “on trend” spot to enjoy baked monkfish and seafood rice while enjoying a view of the yachts moored in the harbor.

  2. Palma - Algaida - Manacor - Canyamel - Capdepera - Campos

    Al Fresco Wines, Sea View Asador Lunch, Capdepera Castle

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    Oliver Moragues Wine Estate
    • 5* Luxury Retreat Spa Hotel
    • Full Breakfast, Wine tasting with gourmet snacks, Full lunch with wine pairings
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    After breakfast, your friendly chauffeur will meet you at the hotel, and you will hit the road for the wine country. You’ll be driving east, and the first stop is at the evocative Oliver Moragues Vineyard estate, a hidden countryside gem surrounded by forests rich in biodiversity. This prestigious property is as pretty as a picture, featuring a historic stone manor house, tidy organic vines, and fabulous private corners for wine tasting. Carlos Moragues, the descendant of the original owners (founded in the early 1500s), is the young, friendly winemaker in charge. He has gained international fame for his small production high-quality wines under the IGP Mallorca appellation like “La Faula” (made with Gorgollassa, Callet & Cabernet Sauvignon grapes) and Somera nº1 (made with 100% Manto Negro). You will spend a lovely morning here, learning all about the estate’s history and winemaking techniques, and then sit down to a convivial alfresco wine tasting of the full range, overlooking the vines and soothing panorama. Along with the wine, your host will provide sumptuous snacks such as savory pies, figs, local cheese, salted almonds, and more.

    It is a short drive then to the next wine experience at Bodega Vins Miquel Gelabert, the most highly awarded Mallorcan winery. Run by the effervescent, self-taught vinous genius Miquel Gelabert Fullana, this artisan estate is, without a doubt, making some of the best wines on the island. Enjoy a short visit to their wine cellar right in town, dating back to the early 1900s, and sit down to an engaging, educational, and fun, private tasting session.

    After a busy morning tasting new and exciting Mallorcan wines, you will be looking forward to lunch next, which is overlooking the sea in an idyllic location. Breathe in the fresh sea air while unwinding over grilled aged steak and fresh seafood, served with wine pairings at Restaurante Foc Asador de Mar at the Pleta de Mar nature resort. Enjoy the views of wild olive groves, pine trees, and the sparkling Mediterranean. It is then a ten-minute drive to a terrific fortified village and castle where you will have some free time to stroll around, stretch your legs, grab a coffee or pick up some gifts. You’ll be visiting Capdepera, whose castle is straight out of a movie set. Constructed in the 13th century over the remains of a Moorish settlement, this impressive and striking fortress citadel is an architectural highlight of the trip. Your chauffeur will take you to your retreat 5* spa hotel at your preferred time in the early evening, where you will have a free evening. You can enjoy a spa treatment before dinner if you like. For fine haute-cuisine, we recommend your hotel’s chic Tess de Mar restaurant. For something more casual and easygoing, don’t miss the bohemian Es Pinaret restaurant with a lovely garden setting and unfussy but excellent fusion style cuisine.

  3. Camí de Son Fangós, Manacor - Marina Cala d'Or - Campos

    Premium Olive Oil Experience, Private Sunset Sailing Trip with BBQ

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    Private Sailing Experience on the Vita Bel II
    • 5* Luxury Retreat Spa Hotel
    • Full Breakfast, BBQ Lunch on board boat, Gourmet Dinner with wines
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    You have a wonderful day in store, with a combo of pristine countryside and azure sea coves. Start with a private olive oil experience at Finca Aubocassa, the most high end and exclusive producer on the island. Owned by the elite Rioja wine producer Roda (who also own Bodegas La Horra in Ribera del Duero), the noble estate is dreamy and dates back to the 12th century. Apart from the ancient olive groves, the property features a gorgeous country manor house, fig, almond, carob trees, and a Renaissance chapel. The property makes two super-premium brands of extra virgin olive oils with the protected appellation “Oli de Mallorca” – Aubocassa (100% Arbequina olives) and L’Amo Aubocassa (made from Arbequina and Picual olives) – and there is no wonder they call these luscious oils “liquid gold”! Your hosts will give you a private tour of the Finca and the olive press, and then you will sit in a sun-soaked corner where you’ll taste the olive oils with other gourmet snacks, accompanied by fine wines from their Rioja and Ribera del Duero estates.

    The coast beckons next, and you’ll have free time to enjoy lunch at the Yacht Club Cala d’Or (Golden Cove) before embarking on your sailing adventure this afternoon and evening. Meet your friendly captain Nigel and board the elegant Vita Bel II, a handsome, classic yacht with a 16-meter teak deck, and make a Cava toast as you sail towards the pine-forested Cala Mondragó. This afternoon and evening, you will reach secluded, ultramarine coves for swimming and snorkeling, sip stellar Mallorcan and mainland Spanish wines under the sun on the deck, and have a great time while your captain barbecues for you right on the boat at sunset. The best way to see the coast is definitely from the sea itself and this evening is one to remember. Your driver will take you back to your luxury retreat after dinner; hope you had a fantastic day!

  4. Campos - Camí de Inca - Alaró - Pollença

    Charming Wines, Mythical Roast Lamb, Historic Pollença, Luxury Retreat

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    Your luxury Relais & Chateaux overlooking the vines
    • 5* Relais & Chateaux Hotel and Spa
    • Full Breakfast, Rustic Lunch with wine
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    You will visit the wine country today, and head to the northern coast after a rustic lamb restaurant in the mountains that TV celebrity chef Rick Stein said was “the best lamb he’d ever tasted.” Your adventure begins near Inca, Mallorca’s shoe and leather capital, with over 100 shoe showrooms and luxury leather outlets (if you wanted to allocate time for shopping, let us know). The first winery of the day is Finca Son Bordils, making some of our favorite Mallorcan wines. Vineyards have been cultivated on this property for wine production since the 1400s. Still, it was not until the late 1990’s that the owners (Pedro and Ramón Coll) rejuvenated the estate, planted native varietals and international varietals on their 34 hectares, and made significant investments that helped catapult their wines onto the international stage. They make a range of mono-varietal wines and blends under the “Vi de la Terra Mallorca” appellation, using Muscat, Chardonnay, Merlot, Manto Negro, Callet, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah. You’ll enjoy a private tour and extensive tasting, and if you’re lucky, owner Rámon might be on site for a chat. He is a history buff and a great character. After your late wine “breakfast,” the pouring will continue next at the boutique, family-run Son Prim wine estate.

    The Son Prim winery was founded in the early ’90s by one of Mallorca’s wine visionaries, Jaime Llabrés. He began with one small plot where he tested the terroir conditions with native grape varietals like Prensal and international grapes like Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot, and Syrah. Later they incorporated Tempranillo, Northern Spain’s noble red grape, into their successful red blend “Cup.” In the early 2000’s they decided to go for high level/low yield winemaking approach, and today they are considered one of the best wineries on the island. You will enjoy a private tour of the stylish winery and a tasting of their full range, accompanied by Mallorcan canapés, on their inviting terrace overlooking the vines. Then it’s time for a special lunch! Today’s lunch is rustic, no-frills, authentic in a kitsch 1970’s tacky kind of way (think paper napkins and farm utensils decorating the walls), and yet it is “a must” while in Mallorca- slow-cooked lamb shoulder roasted on a wood fire, at Es Verger. Your chauffeur will sweep you away into the hills going up towards the Castell Alaró, taking in jaw-dropping views of the mountains as you wind your way up the curvy, James Bond-esque road. You will be very happy to have a private, experienced chauffeur, so you can sit back and relax. On arrival, apart from “those views!” you’ll be hit by the aromas from the “horno de leña” (wood-burning oven). You will swiftly sit down on the terrace with spectacular mountain views to a satisfying lunch of ‘paletilla de cordero’ (the famous lamb shoulder), roast potatoes, garlicky alioli, and salad, with homemade almond tart to finish. Simple pleasures. This is the good life!

    The quaint town of Pollença is your last stop today, very close to your luxury rural hotel retreat, and you’ll have free time to enjoy a digestive stroll, glass of wine, shopping, and photo ops. This enchanting small town dates back to Ancient Roman times and is a delight to visit with its narrow cobblestoned streets, sculptures, gardens, villas, medieval towers, Templar churches, and 15th-century sanctuary. If you want to rev up your appetite for dinner, you can climb the flight of 365 cypress-lined, stone steps (one for each day of the year) up to the chapel, where you will be rewarded with an outstanding panoramic view over the sea. When you are ready to head to your hotel, your chauffeur will take you on the short drive there and get you all settled in. You will feel so pampered at this exquisite Relais & Chateaux Hotel and Spa located in a former monastery and now one of Mallorca’s best countryside luxury hotels. You can enjoy a spa treatment or massage, go for a walk through the gardens, enjoy a drink by the pool at sunset, and dine in their superb restaurant.

  5. Pollença - Ctra. Alaró - Lloseta - Consell - Biniagual - Pollença

    Top Mallorcan Wine estates & Michelin Starred Dinner in Alcudia Port

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    Bodega Ribas
    • 5* Relais & Chateaux Hotel and Spa
    • Full Breakfast, Private Wine estate lunch with wine pairings, Michelin starred dinner with wine pairings
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    Taste some of the best wines of the trip today, and visit three of the most beautiful estates on the island. Your morning begins at Castell Miquel, set right in the sublime, lush, green Tramuntana mountain nature reserve, referred to locally as the Garden of Eden. There is a soothing feeling of seclusion and a sense of peace here, and the views of the peaks of the picturesque valley and Castell Alaró are astonishing. Being German owned (by a famous pharmacist & botany expert Professor Michael Popp who also cultivates medicinal plants on the property), there are some quirks you don’t usually find at Spanish wineries that appeal to the German market, such as their unique glass bottle tops (the Vinolok system). There is a significant focus on wine and health that they will emphasize to you on your private tour and outdoor tasting of their delicious wines, such as their “Stairway to Heaven” and “Owners Edition” lines of wines. The oldest winery in Mallorca is next then, Bodegues Ribas, dating back to 1711. Over 300 years later, the original owner’s descendants still run this jewel and have maintained the refined 18th-century manor house, original barrel cellar, and of course, the tremendous family legacy. Ribas has 40 hectares of old vines (over 60 years) of native varietals like Prensal Blanc, Mantonegro, Gargollassa, and Callet. They have also incorporated Viognier, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Merlot in the last 30 years.

    They make a wide range of highly rated, enticing wines like Sió Blanc; Sió Negre; Sió 300 2013 (an extraordinary wine made for their 300th anniversary); and an unusual, tasty treat- a 100% Viognier. After a private guided tour of their scenic vineyards, you’ll visit the historic cellar. At the same time, your gracious hosts explain their family’s fascinating history and their winemaking philosophy, such as their pioneering hand selection practice. You will then sit down to a festive, private wine pairing lunch, served right in the garden or in the family villa if the weather does not permit. Taste delicacies like “Suquet de Peix” (Fisherman’s stew) and traditional Mallorcan Suckling pig “Porcella Mallorquina”- all served with the best estate wines, of course.

    After a superb morning and lunch, the fun continues at Bodega Biniagual. Just when you think the landscapes and wine tasting venues cannot get any better, you arrive at this ancient stone hamlet surrounded by olive groves, vineyards, palm trees, and cypresses. The entire ancient hamlet is owned by the Biniagual wine estate who has transformed it into a real-life fairy tale—making top tier, outstanding wines within the Binissalem appellation (a region that has been cultivating vines since the 2nd century BC!). You will be swept away on a private tour of the entire hamlet and winery by a passionate member of their team. You then conclude with a tasting of their handcrafted wines like their mouthwatering Finca Biniagual Mantonegro (so good!) and their extravagant Finca Biniagual Gran Verán (a sophisticated blend of Syrah and Mantonegro, one of the best wines in Mallorca). Head to your resort next for a much-deserved siesta, and you will have free time to freshen up and rest before dinner. Your driver will escort you on a short 20-minute drive to the coast for dinner tonight. You will be tucking into a light and creative, Michelin starred cuisine at Maca de Castro in Alcudia’s port, a lovely airy contrast to the farmhouse style lunch. What an unforgettable day!

  6. Pollença - Fornalutx - Biniaraix - Deià

    Boutique Wines, Beautiful Fornalutx, Sóller & Romantic Lunch

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    Lunch over the sea at Bens d'Avall
    • 5* Ultra Luxury Belmond Hotel
    • Full Breakfast, Gourmet Lunch tasting menu with wine pairing
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    Drive west to the wild, dazzling coastline of Deià, but first, one more wine stop! Just outside of Pollença, you’ll arrive at the Xaloc wine estate, named after the sultry, southeast winds that help cool the hot summers in Mallorca. This boutique winery is owned and run by German-born Christine Schallock, who will welcome you herself on a private tour of her gorgeous property Finca “Can Puig.” Afterward, you will then sit down for a cozy, open-air wine tasting of some excellent wines from her collection. On a warm morning, sipping a tasty rosé while overlooking the vineyards is hard to beat! Switch gears then, and before lunch, you will visit two of the most darling villages on the island- Fornalutx and Biniaraix. Located at the base of Puig Mayor (the highest peak in the Sierra de Tramuntana) in the valley of Sóller, Fornalutx was the first Mallorcan hamlet to win the coveted “most beautiful village of Spain” award. The pleasure here is simply strolling along the cobblestoned streets lined with stone villas covered in bougainvillea and taking advantage of all the photo ops and Mediterranean “slow living” vibe. The backdrop of the mountains over this romantic village is awe-inspiring. Biniaraix is similarly lovely, an idyllic, medieval village seemingly trapped in time that you will be happy you came to see. Soak up the atmosphere and take in those views. There are fabulous walking trails in this area, and we can gladly weave in a guided mountain walk today if you wanted to mitigate some of the gourmet excesses of this wine tour.

    Speaking of gourmet, lunch today is a foodie highlight of this vacation. Your culinary adventure awaits at the mythical Béns d’Avall, who have been teasing food lovers’ palates since 1971. Chef Benet Vicens took over the family restaurant from his mother and grandmother. Today works with his son, creating exceptional high-end cuisine served in an unstuffy environment on the coast between Sóller and Deià. Lunch here is fun, inspirational, gastronomic, and the views are on a par with the Amalfi Coast. You’ll enjoy the chef’s tasting menu with wine pairings, and this will be a two or three-hour affair, so let your hair down and enjoy this to the fullest- the sea views, food, wine, and exemplary service are impeccable. And then, your driver will take you on to your final destination today- Deià, Mallorca’s most charming village. It has long attracted artists and celebrities, including Ava Gardner, Picasso, and Robert Graves, who all spent a considerable amount of time here. Perched in the mountains just about a mile from the coast, it is almost impossibly perfect, quiet, and supremely comforting and life-affirming to stay here. You will be checking in to the best hotel in Mallorca, an ultra-luxury Belmond hotel whose magnificent grounds spill out over the green hillside. Everywhere you look, you see beauty and charm, and this is a haven of peace. The late afternoon and evening are free for you to take advantage of the report’s facilities like their spa, jacuzzi, indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, and various dining options. Welcome to heaven!

  7. Deià - Sa Calobra - Cala Tuent - Cala Deià - Deià

    Unforgettable Sailing Experience & Gourmet Dinner with Views

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    Sailing in Sa Calobra
    • 5* Ultra Luxury Belmond Hotel
    • Full Breakfast, Michelin starred Dinner with wine pairings
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    The northwest of Mallorca’s Serra de Tramuntana (UNESCO World Heritage Site) has THE most breathtaking, unspoiled, and sensational coast, and you can’t miss the opportunity to explore it by boat. The shore is characterized by rocky coves, pine forests, rugged hills, and tranquil half-moon bays. Many coves are only accessible by boat, which also offers the possibility to snorkel, swim, and paddleboard in privacy in crystal clear turquoise water so clean you can see the sea bed. Today we will organize a private sailing experience for you to show you the “best of.” Meet your jovial captain in the pretty port of Sóller and board your elegant, 16-meter wooden sailboat. For the next few hours, sail lazily north along the coast towards the striking Sa Calobra cove. This iconic section of the Mallorcan Coast has been declared UNESCO patrimony and is a visual spectacle. The boat and captain are at your disposal, and you can sunbathe and sip bubbly, go swimming, cruise around on the boat’s paddleboards, go snorkeling, or even stop along the coast and go for a sightseeing hike. At lunchtime, then we will reserve a great table for you at Es Vergeret above Cala Tuent, a wonderful, remote, leafy cove that feels very “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Sit on the shady terrace facing the beach and order succulent seafood paella; this is bliss!

    After lunch, enjoy more sailing, photo opportunities, and swimming. Your captain will take you back south to Cala Deià, called “the artist and painters’ cove.” Your driver will meet you there and take you back to your luxury resort for a few hours of free time to relax, explore the grounds, utilize the facilities, etc. Dinner tonight is at Michelin starred Es Racó d’es Teix, just next to your hotel. This welcoming and friendly restaurant located in one of Deià’s many stone villas offers guests incredible views of Deià from the terrace and whimsical, colorful, and decadent cuisine. Owners Nori Payeras & Joseph Sauerschell have lovingly run this “Culinary Nirvana” since 1999, having previously worked at some of Europe’s best gourmet restaurants, including Le Manoir Aux Quatre Saisons in Oxford, Four Seasons in Munich, Le Beau-Rivage Palace in Lausanne, and indeed your hotel’s restaurant. The best table on the flowery terrace will be reserved for you, and you will be spoiled with their tasting menu and top Spanish wine pairings. Dinner here is a foodie fantasy, enjoy!

  8. Deià - Puigpunyet - Deià

    Aristocratic Wine Estate and Gourmet Lunch with Breathtaking Views

    Your dreamy lunch venue in the hills at Son Net
    Your dreamy lunch venue in the hills at Son Net
    • 5* Ultra Luxury Belmond Hotel
    • Full Breakfast, Gourmet Lunch with wines
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    The morning is yours to sleep in, swim, get a workout in the gym, hit the spa, explore the village of Deià on foot, or sit by the glorious pool and read. At noon, your driver will collect you. You will drive south towards the photogenic village of Puigpunyent, resting in a fertile valley of the Tramuntana amid evergreen oak and pine woodland almond and olive groves and carob trees. You will be visiting one of our favorite winemaking families on the island, the super friendly Alaberns who own the divine Son Puig winery. Their aristocratic property is remarkable with a historic villa, winery, and semi-tropical flora. Wine has been produced commercially here since the 1500s and nowadays is run by retired Raimundo and his daughter, winemaker Isabel who make a terrific team. They will welcome you through their cobblestoned and arched gateway to their corner of paradise, where you will tour the estate and finish with a casual and fun wine tasting of their full wine range. They use Prensal Blanc and Chardonnay for their whites and Cabernet Sauvignon, local Callet, Merlot, and Tempranillo for the reds. You’ll have an excellent time here, tasting great wine with great people.

    At this stage, you will be looking forward to lunch, and we will have it arranged for you at the outstanding Oleum restaurant at Hotel Son Net, the best restaurant in this corner of the island. The name “Oleum” is Latin for olive oil and is in homage to the converted 17th-century olive press, where their dramatic main dining room is located. They also have a spacious terrace overlooking the extensive vineyards and grounds. Expect a memorable and happy lunch with local Mallorcan and Mediterranean dishes are given a creative twist and fancy presentation, and served by their amiable staff. The wine will flow, and the smiles will follow, and after a long Spanish lunch, your driver will take you back to your resort in Deià for one last, precious night. The evening is yours to dine on-site or out of the hotel, with our suggestions. You won’t be terribly hungry!

  9. Deià - Valldemosa - Cala Blava

    Olive Oil Experience, Dreamy Valldemossa, Private Moonlight Dinner

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    Historic Valdemossa
    • 5* Luxury, Historic Fortress Seafront Hotel
    • Full Breakfast, Private Gourmet Dinner served on the seafront, with wine pairings
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    Today is your last day for discovering Mallorca’s countless treasures, and we have saved some unique experiences for the end of your journey. The day begins at Son Moragues, a stunning and incredibly stylish olive oil estate dating back over 700 years, nestled right under Valdemossa hamlet, which you will visit afterward. The visit and tasting this morning complement Finca Aubocassa, and you will be so glad you visited both. It is not an exaggeration to say that Mallorca’s premium olive oils are some of the best in the world, and by the end of your private workshop this morning, you will taste like a professional. You will also enjoy trying some of the other estate’s products like their olives, naturally, as well as a cheeky gin tasting and their organic preserves (yummy tomato and basil jam, purple onion jam, quince, and orange jelly). After an enjoyable morning with cheery hosts, your chauffeur will take you on up the hill to the heritage village of Valdemossa. This sophisticated little town has enchanted artists and musicians for centuries. It became home to pianist Frédéric Chopin in the early 1800s, and he composed his famous preludes here. You will love the quaint streets, cute boutiques, historic bakeries, and flower-covered balconies. You can visit Chopin’s home if you had an interest, as well as the Real Cartuja (Royal Carthusian Monastery), which houses a 14th-century palace, cloisters, and an old pharmacy. We will make recommendations for lunch and can reserve a table for you. There are a ton of charming little restaurants in and out of town.

    After lunch, then head to your final destination, Cala Blava, in the Bay of Palma. You will be spending your last night in an exceptional property, reminiscent of an ancient Moorish palace, and located steps from the water in a completely private marine reserve that you can access. You will feel like you have entered a dream world! The afternoon is free to enjoy the facilities, order a massage, go for a swim, grab a pre-dinner cocktail, or hang out with a glass of wine and a book in your suite’s private terraced garden. Dinner tonight will be the grand slam of this trip, a private, utterly romantic, indulgent, and luxurious affair set up for your right on the seashore under the moonlight. Major wow!

  10. Cala Blava - Palma de Mallorca airport

    ¡Buen Viaje! Safe journey onwards

    Adios y Buen Viaje
    Adios y Buen Viaje
    • None
    • Full Breakfast
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    At your preferred time this morning, your driver will take you to Palma’s airport for your outbound flight. We hope you have had a fantastic time on this ultra-luxury food and wine adventure on the beautiful island of Mallorca, safe travels!

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If you would like us to customize an exclusive, luxury tour for you, get in touch with us and let us know your travel plans. We offer luxury food and wine tours for private groups of minimum 2 guests. All of our private, chauffeured tours are available year round upon request.

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Cellar Tours Private Luxury Food & Wine Tours

Cellar Tours

Cellar Tours is a Luxury Travel Specialist, operating since 2003 and offering exclusive Mercedes chauffeured Gourmet Vacations in Chile, France, Italy, Ireland, Portugal, South Africa, and Spain. We specialize in luxurious custom designed vacations, events and incentives related to food and wine. We are proud members of Slow Food, UNAV (Travel Agency Association in Spain), and the IACP (International Association of Culinary Professionals).

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