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Tripadvisdor Review – June 2019

Lovely hotel in Port Andratx

We have been to this hotel 4 times, it is outstanding in every area. The location is perfect. The quality is by far outstanding. The staff are extremely helpful and friendly.

Booking review – June 2019

Excellent spa hotel

Fantastic location everything about Monport is first class surrounded with beautiful maintained landscape.

Tripadvisdor Review – May 2019

Lovely hotel

Stayed here with my wife for four nights in May. The breakfast is outstanding. We had half board and evening meals were great. Staff and service lovely and our room was huge. Nice walk down to the port and nice little town.

Tripadvisdor Review – April 2019

Yet another Lovely Stay

This is a lovely, relaxing hotel with great facilities and within walking distance of the Port with its bars and restaurants. The pool and pool bar are clean and tidy and all of the hotel staff are friendly and will assist with any requests.

Booking Review – Sept 2018

Excellent hotel to stay

We traveled with our 4 month old baby, the hotel staff was very helpful throughout the stay. Breakfast was superb and other facilities such as pool, pool bar were excellent.

Expedia Review – May 2019

Wonderful and peaceful hotel

We stay at this hotel regularly. The pool area is great with brilliant lifeguard. Breakfast has everything you need. We feel very comfortable here.

Mallorca's most important cultural and historical festivities

Mallorca's most important cultural and historical festivities

Getting to know a place is like getting to know a person. It requires time, interest, a curious eye and, of course, discovering the reason for one's passions.

A person, just like a city, a neighbourhood or a country, is characterised by what they love. In Mallorca, apart from our landscape, our gastronomy, our villages and towns, we love above all our festivals.

Mallorca has an infinite number of cultural and historical festivals that are not only fun for the locals, but also welcome visitors who show interest and respect for the culture.

From Mon Port Hotel & Spa, we summarise the most popular and awaited popular festivals:

Firó de Sóller

This is the most popular festival in Sóller, a village on the north-east coast of Mallorca. This festival commemorates the sacking of the village on 11 May 1561 by Turkish and Algerian corsairs and the brave resistance of the Sollerics (inhabitants of Sóller).

Although the Muslims thought they had the surprise factor on their side and could disembark and ravage the village without further ado, the Viceroy of Mallorca already knew of their intentions and had sent as many men as possible to Sóller to fight for his interests. After a tough battle, the Muslims, who remained unharmed, left the island without having achieved their goal.

Nowadays, every second Monday in May, the battle is commemorated in Sóller with a great festival organised by the inhabitants of the village, half representing the Muslims and the other half the Christians.

Firó de Soller

Vermar in Binissalem

Wine is the real star of this festival, which is celebrated for most of September in Binissalem, a village in the Es Raiguer district. The cycle of the vine is coming to an end and the time of harvest begins after the year of laborious and passionate work. Wine is always the reward and the best way to produce it is a festival that brings together people from all over the island and also from abroad. Grape fight, outdoor dinner, Fideus de Vermar and the traditional grape treading competition. Without a doubt, a wonderful month to visit Binissalem.

Festes Vermar Binissalem

Sant Antoni and Sant Sebastià

Many places in Mallorca vibrate with this festival that is so deeply rooted in the island: Sa Pobla, Manacor, Artà, Pollença, Muro and even Palma are the places where Sant Antoni is most celebrated. Its origins go back to the island's agricultural roots, to the time when people entrusted themselves to Sant Antoni, the patron saint of all the animals that were essential for working in the fields. Every 16th and 17th of January, the demons, the foguerons (bonfires) and the Beneïdes come to the island. One of the most eagerly awaited moments is the departure of the demons, the original symbol of the festival, which marks the start of the Revetlla de Sant Antoni on the 16th. Traditional music, dances, foguerons where people gather around the fire, eat the local gastronomy and simply enjoy themselves.

Sant Antoni y Sant Sebastià

Fira Dolça Esporles

On the first Sunday in October, the island's most typical sweets flood this small village in the Serra de Tramuntana. Crespells, buñuelos (a sort of fritters) or rubiols that will delight those with a sweet tooth.

To make sure it's not all about the food, you can also visit the small craft stalls and dance to the sound of the popular music that plays in all the streets.

Getting to know Mallorca also means getting to know its festivals and celebrations, are you ready for that?

Events and Festivities