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Top Choice Mediterranean in Port d'Andratx

Trespaís

With its sleek monochrome interior and tree-rimmed patio all aglow with candles, Trespaís is a flicker of new-wave romance, and chef Domenico Curcio with his Michelin-starred background has made it the top table in …
Beach in Port d'Andratx

Cala Llamp

What a difference a bay makes. Located 2km south of Port d'Andratx, beautiful Cala Llamp is where locals gravitate for silence and sparkling, bottle-green water. There's no sand, but you can lie on a shelf of rock t…
Beach in Port d'Andratx

Cala Blanca

This very small cove, following a shallow curve down a dirt track from the car park above it, is all small pebbles, boulders and serene views. Pinched between the two jaws of the headland, it's only around 100m wide…
Bar in Port d'Andratx

Gran Folies Beach Club

This bar-restaurant sits right above the rocky cove of lovely Cala Llamp and offers use of a saltwater pool to cavort in between frozen margaritas. It also does breakfast, tapas and full meals and runs events from M…
Seafood in Port d'Andratx

Restaurante El Coche

A slightly classier option than many along the waterfront, refurbished El Coche has been going strong since 1977, outlasting most of the competition in the process. Dishes are Mallorcan seafood classics with the occ…
Bar in Port d'Andratx

Tim's

Overlooking the marina, this buzzing bar can stay open as late as 4am at the height of summer. It's a fine spot to sink a beer or toast the setting sun with a mojito. Live football is shown on the big screen, and th…
Gallery in Port d'Andratx

Museo Liedtke

A synthetic meeting of landscape and architecture, the eccentric Museo Liedtke, 2km south of the port centre, was built between 1987 and 1993 into the cliffs near Cap de Sa Mola by German artist Dieter Walter Liedtk…