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Puerto de Alcudia


The gastronomic tradition of the island is very rich; it has a homemade flavour which has been transmitted from generation to generation through culinary knowledge, resulting in popular recipes that acquire subtle differences in each home.

The local cuisine is distinctly Mediterranean in each of its ingredients and cooking methods. The island’s typical diet is based on simple food, but with a big helping of creativity and ingenuity. For special festive days the recipes are more elaborate, with exquisite and refined combinations and stuffings.


From Viva Hotels we’d like to share our selection of restaurants, combining more traditional places with the most avant garde ones.

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  • Gastronomic Routes

    Oli Solivellas. Passeig Marítim, 28, 4 t Alcúdia (971 545 722).

    There are also trekking routes through the most emblematic sites for the production of oil.


    Ca’n Vidalet Winery in Pollença with free guided tours
    Mortitx – Escorca.
    Butxet Wine Producers – Muro.
    Ca’n Barrigo Winery – Búger.
    Xaloc Winery – Pollença. Private wine tastings for 2 to 20 people can be organised.
    Galmés and Ribot – Santa Margalida.
    Divins – Selva.

  • Port d’Alcúdia

    Miramar Restaurant: Located on the sea promenade, with fabulous views over the Alcúdia Bay, and with over 140 years of history. It specialises in Mediterranean cuisine, fish and seafood. Average price per person: €30, wines and VAT not included.


    El Jardín: Its chef, Macarena de Castro, has a Michelin star. Tasting menu: €70.


    Bogavante Restaurant: With an extensive menu specialised in fish and seafood, it also has a children’s menu. Located on the harbour’s promenade, it offers wonderful views of the Mediterranean. At midday it offers a menu for €18; à la carte, the price is usually a minimum of €35 per person.


    Bodega el Mosquito: Next to the horse roundabout. The bread with oil is especially good and the prices are very reasonable.


    La Casa Gallega: The tapas place at Alcúdia Harbour. It also offers a day menu: €11.30, and a menu for evenings and festive days: €15.50.


    Can Punyetes: A tavern that offers a wide variety of tapas; the quality:price ratio is very good. They don’t take bookings so it’s advisable to go early. Average price: €15 - €20.

  • La Victòria - Es mal pas

    Mirador de la Victòria Restaurant: In the middle of Cape Pinar, overlooking Pollença Bay, this restaurant has been serving Mediterranean and Majorcan food for a quarter of a century. À la carte price from €25.


    Cinco Oceános Restaurant: Located at the Cocodrilo Harbour in Es Mal Pas, this restaurant opens –including the kitchen- non-stop between 12 noon and 2am. It offers signature cuisine for main meals and a selection of snacks in between to ease your appetite. À la carte price from €30.

  • Alcúdia

    Can Costa: Family business with a 30-year tradition, specialised in local food; they also serve international dishes and fresh fish. Average price per person: €23


    Cas Capellà: A coffee shop known for its bread with oils. Average price per person: €15.

    Es Convent Restaurant: A restaurant half hidden down an alley, it offers Mediterranean cuisine; table bookings are advisable. Average price: €80.


    L’Arca d’en Peter Restaurant: Located in the historical centre of Alcúdia, it features a small private garden. Market and signature cuisine, the ingredients used are according to the time of year. Booking is advisable. There’s a daily menu; à la carte menu from €20.


    Sa Forqueta: If you fancy tapas, then this is the ideal place.