Jane Stanbury of Balearic Discovery suggests Cala Vista for great dining on the water.
“In the south of the island, try the restaurant at the Yacht Club in Cala D’or. The chefs have been selected from the Alain Ducasse Training program and serve fresh Mediterranean food cooked superbly. This is open to non-members in the evening only.”
Among the most authentic of the city’s seafood spots, according to locals, Casa Fernando is located in the Ciudad Jardin district. It still operates in the traditional manner: guests pick their meals not from a menu, but from a water tank holding the day’s catch, which is then grilled to perfection. In customary fashion, the price of the meal is calculated by the weight of your chosen fish.
Don’t miss having a meal at one of Palma’s rustic fish restaurants scattered along the bay. This local favorite is located near the Portixol Hotel. In customary fashion, the price of the meal is calculated by the weight of your chosen fish.