Sa Foradada Restaurant - Mallorca

Paella with sea views at Sa Foradada Restaurant

Today we would like to tell you about a very special restaurant in Mallorca: The Sa Foradada Restaurant.

Special for several reasons: its privileged location overlooking the sea and the rock of Sa Foradada itself, special for its rich Mallorcan cuisine based on wood-fired rice and local fish, and special for the way we propose you to get there: by making a boat trip, enjoying a day at sea in the Serra de Tramuntana landscape.

Are you ready to live this great little adventure in Mallorca? Let’s go!

How to get to Sa Foradada Restaurant?

Our recommendation is obvious: rent a boat with MaksyBoats (with or without a license) in Port de Sóller and enjoy a wonderful boat excursion to the small jetty located under the Sa Foradada Restaurant.

Undoubtedly one of the best plans to enjoy the north coast of Mallorca is to rent a boat in Port de Sóller, and enjoy a day of sailing, with your friends or family, swimming and diving in the crystal clear waters, and then replenishing forces in this unique restaurant.

Sa Foradada boat trip, Mallorca

It is possible to get to Sa Foradada using a boat without a license, so this is a perfect excursion for beginners, people who have never sailed before.

Recommended Boat for this Trip

MaksyBoats, boat hire in Mallorca, Port de Sóller

Rib Tarpon 470 Luxe

  • No license needed
  • Up to 8 people
  • Mercury 15HP outboard
  • Sun canopy
  • Bathing ladder
  • From €200 / day

Why visit this restaurant?

At Sa Foradada Restaurant you can enjoy a simple but delicious cuisine: paella and fish, accompanied with salads, good desserts and good wine. All this while enjoying incredible views of the north coast of Mallorca, where the Serra de Tramuntana ends abruptly on incredible cliffs.

Sa Foradada Restaurant
Sa Foradada Restaurant © photo: abc-mallorca.com

 

Sa Foradada Restaurant
Sa Foradada Restaurant © photo: abc-mallorca.com
Sa Foradada Restaurant
Sa Foradada Restaurant © photo: abc-mallorca.com

Sa Foradada Restaurant, as its name suggests, is located next to the famous rocky peninsulal, one of the island’s main tourist attractions.

And yes, it’s true, you can also walk to the restaurant, it’s a nice walk that starts in Son Marroig. We, however, prefer to go by sea, especially in summer 😉

And you, have you already known Sa Foradada Restaurant?

Almond Blossom in Mallorca

February, the month of the almond trees in bloom in Mallorca

With the arrival of the month of February, the fields of Mallorca undergo a beautiful transformation. The natural spectacle of flowering almond trees transforms the landscape of the island, making it more beautiful if possible. It is the phenomenon known as the “Mallorcan snow”, which today we invite you to discover.

Almond Blossom in Mallorca

Almond tree cultivation is one of the most important in Mallorca, with more than 7 million trees scattered throughout the island. These beautiful trees are scattered throughout the Mallorcan geography, but the central area of Mallorca is surely the most ideal to enjoy its flowering, which anticipates the arrival of spring.

Where to see the almond trees in bloom in Mallorca?

✔️ Serra de Tramuntana. Mountain crops give rise to a beautiful landscape, where the steep mountains of Tramuntana are the backdrop for almond fields.

✔️ In towns like Selva or Caimari, at the border of the Serra de Tramuntana we can also enjoy almond trees.

✔️ Throughout the center of Mallorca, with towns like Bunyola, Santa Maria, Llucmajor, Porreres, Felanitx …

✔️ In the eastern part of Mallorca we find towns such as Son Servera, which every year a festival is celebrated on the occasion of the flowering of almond trees.

Almond Blossom in Mallorca
Almond trees in bloom with the "Castell d'Alaró" in the background.

To say goodbye to this article, we would like to share with you a video with beautiful images of the almond trees in bloom in Mallorca.

We invite you to enjoy this show, and we take this opportunity to remind you that we will begin the season on April 1st. We wait for you!

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