Mallorca, the largest island of the Balearic archipelago in Spain, offers a beautiful blend of cultural and landscape highlights that make it a perfect destination for celebrating a wedding.
Of course, the beaches are stunning, but that is not all. The Capital, Palma de Mallorca, is known for its amazing architecture: the iconic Palma Cathedral, Bellver Castle, and the Royal Palace of La Almudaina are must-visit cultural sites. Serra de Tramuntana, the Mallorca mountain range, has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It offers picturesque landscapes, quaint villages, and historic monasteries, making it a unique cultural experience. And don’t forget something you can only find here: their underground caves, featuring unreal stalactite formations and subterranean lakes, out of a fairytale.
Mallorca locals enjoy celebrating culture, tradition, and art. That’s why many cultural festivals throughout the year can add a vibrant touch to a wedding celebration. The Nit de Foc, celebrated in Palma, features firework displays, bonfires, and traditional music. Sant Joan, celebrated in June, is known for its lively street parties and fireworks. You can enjoy the almond blossom season in late winter and early spring, adding a pinch of romance to your ceremony.