Reasons to visit Mallorca in autumn
Reasons to visit Mallorca in autumn
Mallorca is known for its beaches and warm weather most of the year. However, today we would like to introduce you to the island in autumn: an idyllic place full of tranquility and breathtaking landscapes.

Palma de Mallorca

Visiting the capital without the typical summer crowds is a good starting point. The streets of the historic neighbourhood become quieter and more welcoming. Local restaurants welcome you with ease, with no need to make reservations weeks in advance. It's also the perfect time to capture Palma in your photographs, without having to deal with long lines at museums and monuments.

Golden beaches and soft waters

Although many visitors tend to think that Mallorca's beaches stop being attractive after September, nothing could be further from the truth. The truth is that the water temperatures remain pleasant until November, being warmer in October than in the months of May and June.

We recommend Caló des Moro, located 6 kilometres from Santanyi, in the southeast of Mallorca

Hiking in the Tramuntana mountain range

For nature lovers and hikers, autumn in Mallorca is the ideal time to explore the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. This mountain range in the north of the island has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Don't miss the opportunity to visit villages such as Valldemossa, Deià, Sóller and Fornalutx, which are on the route. One of the most recommended parts of the route through the Sierra is the 4 kilometer descent to the cove of Sa Calobra, a beautiful and natural landscape that consists of a path of rock walls up to 200 meters high.

Wine route

Mallorca is also a booming wine destination, and autumn is the perfect time to explore the Wine Route. With more than 70 wineries opening their doors to visitors, you'll have the chance to taste local wines and learn about the island's wine culture.

Let's go mushroom picking!

If conditions are favourable, with adequate rainfall and pleasant daytime temperatures followed by warm nights, you can find a variety of edible mushrooms. This is especially attractive if you're travelling with your family, as it allows you to enjoy the beautiful scenery and is a fun activity.
Mallorca is home to more than a hundred species of edible mushrooms, with the “esclata-sangs” being one of the most appreciated in the region. This mushroom flourishes in pine and holm oak forests, and the ideal months for harvesting are October and November. Other varieties such as boletus, trumpet mushrooms and chanterelles are also found in abundance on the island.

Hotel Sant Jordi Mallorca

To secure a stay during your autumn trip to Mallorca, consider the Hotel Sant Jordi. Situated on the seafront in Playa de Palma, our 4-star hotel offers a relaxed atmosphere and a privileged location on the island.

Our hotel is the perfect combination of comfort and style. Here, you can enjoy all the comforts you need for an exceptional holiday in Mallorca, with well-equipped rooms and friendly, attentive service.