Mallorca’s gastronomic culture is another one of the many aspects that make the island so attractive. You can’t say you have experienced Mallorca until you have tasted some of the many dishes that it is known for and treated yourself to it’s local beers and wines. Even though Alcudia is a small town its gastronomic culture is extremely rich. It has a strong fishermen tradition but from fish it is also a great place to savour some delicious tapas and is home to lots of bakeries too.
In the old town of Alcudia wine from all over the island can be enjoyed in a great amount of charming patios. There’s also a passion for beer in Alcudia and you shouldn’t miss out on the opportunity of visiting the local brewery.
We have taken it upon ourselves to put together a selection of the best value options to taste and enjoy Mallorca's gastronomy and discover its rich wine culture.
The island is especially well-known for its wine, which nowadays has a growing reputation. We have organised a series of wine tours to help you discover the most famous vineyards in Mallorca, learn a little about the process of making the wine and, of course, the best part, enjoy taking part in some wine tasting.
On our wine tours we will also discover the inland villages where you can be charmed by Mallorca’s hidden corners away from the tourist buzz where most of the wine bodegas are.
As well as wine tours, in Mallorca, we have also created for those who consider themselves foodies a set of food tours to savour both Mallorcan and Spanish gastronomy in idyllic locations. So, if you would like to complete your visit to the island with a taste of Spain you can take part in one of our gourmet food tours around Mallorca. These tours will give you the chance to relish the island’s varied and appetising food culture of both savoury and sweet dishes as you learn about the rich history behind it. The opportunity to taste traditional and modern recipes at your fingertips!