Best Mallorca Wedding Venues
Planning the biggest day of your life? Mallorca, the star of the Mediterranean, is a popular wedding destination for couples set on marrying abroad. Rich golden sunsets, honey-coloured hills, azure waters, and endless beaches are just some of the picture-perfect backdrops you can expect.
Steeped in history, the island is adorned with Roman, Moorish, and Spanish architecture, from lavish hotels to ancient castles. These are just some of Mallorca’s wedding venues. There’s nowhere more romantic to say your vows in front of all your friends and family – it’s the wedding no one will forget.
Mallorca’s wedding season lasts from April to October, with the high season in June and September. The island has dozens of potential wedding venues, each as beautiful as the last. However, we’ve compiled the nine most breathtaking locations scattered across the length and breadth of the island.
Our list of favorite Wedding Venues
1. Son Togores
Ships glide by in the background, and two-thousand-year-old ancient holm oaks frame the scene as your friends and family sit eagerly for the service. Son Togores is among the top Mallorca wedding venues – its terraces, squares, cobbled patios, and gardens have played host to some of the most spectacular yet intimate weddings on the island.
Just a short drive from Palma and nestled among fields of almond, carob, and olive trees, it’s one of the most elegant and picturesque wedding venues anywhere. You’ll also gain access to the cosy music room, bar, dancefloor, and more in the neo-baroque estate.
Just as the Tramuntana mountains fall into the sea, you’ll find the Hotel Ca’s Xorc: a vast 13-room venue with two cottages and enviable views.
Once a luxurious 18th-century country manor, today it can host up to 100 guests and run weddings that last up to three days. Expect a spectacular wedding amidst the smell of lemon and olive groves – Ca’s Xorc is a nature-lover paradise complete with gardens, vegetable gardens, and an idyllic pool to soak up the sun.
“A happy marriage is a long conversation which always seems too short.” — Andre Maurois
Not everyone wants a big ceremony; some dream of a smaller, private affair. For those couples, there’s L’Avenida – an “adults-only” hotel in a 100-year-old mansion in the heart of Soller’s historic centre. Expect a fusion of stately architecture and warm, modern rooms.
Plus, after the ceremony, your friends and family have the perfect hub to explore Soller, the beach, the port, and the rest of the island.
Did you have a childhood dream of getting married in a fairytale castle? Meet the Castell Son Claret Hotel, a sprawling 19th-century castle with 38 guest rooms and suites, two restaurants (one of which holds 2 Michelin stars), and a beautiful, sun-soaked central courtyard.
The castle can host up to 120 guests, serving up some of the most delicious food of any of Mallorca’s wedding venues. And after the meal, your guests can explore the terraces, fountains, and groves of almond, olive, and orange.
Castillo Hotel Son Vida is among the largest wedding venues in Mallorca: twenty-one event rooms, 30,000 sq. metres of space, 18 smaller rooms, and the main terrace with its jaw-dropping view of the city and the bay of Palma de Mallorca.
The hotel prides itself on its culinary excellence. Using the finest local ingredients and selecting from 400 Mallorcan wines, the chefs will create an exquisite menu for your guest’s palate.
6. La Fortaleza
After appearing in the drama ‘The Night Manager,’ La Fortaleza, a 17th-century fort, is now among the sought-after wedding destinations – even tennis legend Rafa Nadel tied the knot here.
The estate includes a spectacular fort, seven villas, two swimming pools, and a labyrinth of terraces, gardens, and palms. It’s one of the most expensive Mallorca wedding venues – however, if you’ve got the money, this historic masterpiece is worth every cent.
“A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.”
You won’t find a better sunset in Mallorca. Sat atop a cliffside overlooking the crisp, blue waters is Son Marroig. Formerly the mansion of the Archduke of Austria, this coastal location, set between the villages of Valldemossa and Deia, is a top choice for intimate weddings.
Capable of hosting up to 150 people and with panoramic views, it’s the best venue to soak up the day and watch the sunset beyond the horizon. As the day ends, the stunning mansion is lit up with lights and candles, ready for your guests to party the night away.
Another location from ‘The Night Manager,’ the Son Julia Boutique Hotel is a 15th-century restored mansion located in the south of the island. Complete with rambling gardens, inviting terraces, and two swimming pools, it’s a wonderful venue to spend your wedding.
Inside the Majorcan manor are 25 bedrooms and suites, a restaurant, a bar, and the star of the show: a beautiful Arabic-inspired ballroom. Oh, and there’s even an adorable little chapel.
“Keep love in your heart. A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead.” — Oscar Wilde
9. S’Esglesia Nova
Unlike any other Mallorca wedding venue, S’Eglesia Nova is an open-air Neogothic roofless church: Son Servera’s most emblematic building.
Don’t mistake it for a ruin – started in the 20th century, the beautiful church was never completed, creating a memorable wedding location. Just think of the photos! The local town has numerous venues and hotels to host the reception.
In Mallorca, couples are spoilt for choice. Almost every inch of the island boasts a selection of venues the envy of the world. From the lemon groves of Ca’s Xorc to the cliffside of Son Marroig, there’s a Mallorca wedding venue for all budgets, tastes, and dreams. Whatever you picture, the hardworking staff will bring to life a day your guests will talk about for the rest of their lives.