Top things to do

Tower in Banyalbufar

Torre des Verger

One kilometre out of town on the road to Estellencs, the Torre des Verger is a 1579 talayot (watchtower), an image you'll see on postcards all over the island. It's one of the most crazily sited structures on Mallor…
Mediterranean in Banyalbufar

Pegasón y el Pajarito Enmascarado

Stone walls, checked tablecloths and cobbled-together vintage furnishings give this button-cute bistro a distinctly boho feel. It's tucked into the corner of a narrow backstreet just under the main road, with a plan…
Mallorcan in Banyalbufar

Ca'n Paco

On the road leading down to Cala de Banyalbufar, this traditional haunt stays true to its Mallorcan roots with generous portions of arroz negro (black rice cooked in squid ink) and grilled fish. Its gató con helado …
Beach in Banyalbufar

Cala Banyalbufar

A steep 1km walk downhill past terraced slopes from Banyalbufar brings you to this rugged shingle and pebble, seaweed-scattered cove, where you can swim or sip a cold one at the beach shack on the rocks and look out…
Mallorcan in Banyalbufar

Son Tomás

This classic place at the west end of the village draws cyclists seeking snacks to its streetside tables, while the upstairs restaurant is first class. Both the lechona (suckling pig; €16.90) and fish Mallorcan styl…
Wine in Banyalbufar

Malvasia de Banyalbufar

This shop run by a cooperative of local wineries was set up to promote the locally grown malvasia grape. As such, it's the perfect place to pick up a bottle of wine for a picnic or to take back home.
Winery in Banyalbufar

Bodega Son Vives

High on the hill at the southern entrance to the village, this small winery has cellar-door tastings and sales in summer. It offers a number of fusion wines, but its best drop comes from the locally grown malvasia g…