Participate in gastronomic workshops at the hotel or swim in shimmering azure waters. Pack a picnic and cycle through coastal roads flanked by the hills of the Llevant Peninsula Nature Reserve. Park Hyatt Mallorca is located within one kilometer of Canyamel Beach, the old Defence Tower and the famous caves of Artà, providing guests with plenty of opportunities to immerse themselves in the culture and natural beauty of Mallorca.
Every Monday at Tapas from 6 to 8 pm, we will select the right bottle for the right dish. Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or just love to sip, you will dive into the delicious world of Spanish food and wine.
There are over twenty hiking trails around our resort, duly indicated and suitable for all kind of public access. Most of the trails are very safe and well preserved and you will enjoy both mountain and sea panoramic views along the way.
The Bellver Castle (1300-1310) is the most splendid castle on the island, located in Palma. It was originally the residence of the kings of Mallorca and subsequently used as a residence for viceroys. Being an enclosed site, the castle has been used mainly as a prison since the end of the 14th century.
The Capdepera Castle is a strategic fortress from the 14th century built on the highest point of the hill of Capdepera, with privileged views of the inland region, the northeast coastline of Mallorca and the Menorca Channel.
Still a popular place of pilgrimage, the Sanctuary of Sant Salvador is located at the highest point of the southern part of the Chain of Llevant. Visit the church and the side chapel off the gatehouse, and enjoy the breathtaking views from the terrace.
The Roman Town of Pol·lèntia
Visit the remains of this ancient strategic Roman city, located in the coastal town of Alcúdia. Walk from La Portella, the residential area containing the remains of three houses, or domus, to the forum, and finally to the theater.
This ancient settlement was built more than 3,000 years ago and it is one of the most important archaeological sites in Mallorca. Located near Canyamel Golf, the site features a circular watchtower, defensive walls and the outlines of several rooms.
Discover a unique natural formation with spectacular surroundings and inner chambers up to 25 meters high with impressive stalactite formations. It was in these caves that Jules Verne found his inspiration for the novel, Journey to the Centre of the Earth.
Cala Ratjada lighthouse constructed in the late 19th century. The 18-meter tall Faro itself is not open to visitors, but it indicates the point closest to Menorca, whose coasts are visible on clear days.
This Bronze Age settlement near Artà is one of the most significant archaeological sites in Mallorca thanks to its size, degree of conservation and number of historical artefacts found. The highlights of this site are the protective walls and the watchtower.
Enjoy the charms of a typical Mallorquín garden on the alluring grounds of the March family. The Bartolomé March foundation was established to preserve and celebrate the beauty of this part of the island.
Take a break from the hectic city life by visiting this picturesque little hermitage built in the 19th century. Reachable after a light hour-long hike, this secluded monastery offers fascinating views of Sa Talaia Freda over the bay of Alcudia.
We offer, in collaboration with several equestrian companies from the area, wonderful horse rides along the north coast of the island. This service includes hotel pickup and transport to the starting point of the tour.
Park Hyatt Mallorca offers an unforgettable experience: to have a bird’s-eye view of the beautiful scenery of the island from a helicopter. You will be able to choose a flight between 15 minutes and one hour long with an accredited and experienced pilot.
We can help you organize a fantastic day on a sailboat (from 20 meters in length) or a luxury yacht equipped with the latest technology, and discover the island’s beautiful coastline at your own pace. You'll always be assisted by the required crew.
Live an unforgettable experience for the whole family – at a unique space in the world with the latest audiovisual technologies, the best sports simulators and interactive screens that will let you live your own sporting experience!
Son Sureda Ric is a former private house from the 15th century that opens its doors only for small groups of visitors and offers space for private functions. Three hectares of vineyards are cultivated for the production of signature ecological wines, which are also sold at the winery.
Finca Biniagual is part of the small village of Biniagual, which comprises 14 houses and a chapel, as well extensive farmland. It is a self-sufficient estate that is perfectly integrated into Mallorca’s marvelous rural surroundings.
The winery is part of the old Ca’n Ribas house that has been preserved in its original state since its construction in the 18th century. The estate where it is located includes its original and historic barrel cellar and the winemaking warehouse.
Canyamel Beach has a mixture of brown sand, pebbles and rocks, and is situated in Canyamel, Capdepera. The beach has crystalline waters ideal for snorkeling and swimming. Many tourists visit the area, but due to its size, it never gets very crowded.
The beach of Cala Ratjada, Son Moll is situated in the center of the town. It has white sand and transparent waters and is very well-equipped with sunbeds, restaurants and bars on the beach. Ideal for swimming, it tends to be busy during summer.
Cala Agulla is a stunning 500-meter sandy beach and a local favorite. The beach is very well-served with volleyball nets, sunbeds to rent, toilets, lifeguards, a beach bar, a restaurant, and paid car parking (all facilities cash only).
Located in the vicinity of Cala Ratjada, this 100-meter-long sandy cove attracts the most visitors in summer. The beach offers the possibility of hiring sunbeds and parasols; and its facilities include toilets, showers, lifeguards and parking spaces nearby (cash only).
Past the town of Artà, you will find the exit to Cala Torta, a wonderful beach in the Llevant Peninsula Nature Reserve. This beach offers long sandy shores and clear waters, as well as a restaurant and parking.
This 50-meter-wide sandy beach with small dunes, pine trees, shrubs and small palm trees is part of the beautiful Llevant Peninsula Nature Reserve. There is free parking and a restaurant (cash only), and the beach is easily accessed by road.
This beach is frequented very little and can be reached after a 20-minute walk from Cala Dèntol/Estreta. A small, fine-grained sandy area, the name of this beach comes from the round defense tower, Torre des Matzoc from the 18th century.
Cala Dèntol, also called Cala Estreta, is a lovely 7-meter-wide rocky cove located past Cala Torta and Cala Mitjana. This cove, accessible by car and walking, has places to park and is very unfrequented.
Very fast greens, undulations and perfectly kept fairways make this course a real challenge. Also, there are superb views to enjoy as well as the play. It is located 750 meters away with 18 holes and par 73.
Redesigned by José María Olazábal to satisfy the demands of international and professional golf. Pula Golf has hosted, among others, the PGA European Tour – Mallorca Classic Championships. It is 7 km away with 18 holes and par 72.
Located in Costa de los Pinos, it is the second oldest course on the island with views over the bay of Cala Millor. Their greens are large, undulating and true, making them a joy to putt on. It is 12 km away with 18 holes and par 72.
Enjoy playing golf with stunning views from every hole over the Bay of Alcúdia and the Alcanada lighthouse island, with their backdrop of the Sierra de Llevant. It is 45 km away with 18 holes and par 72.