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A Guide to Wellness in Mallorca
06 Dec 2018

A deep sense of wellbeing infuses the island of Mallorca. Perhaps it’s the fact that it’s soaked in sunshine for most of the year. Or it could be the pervading fragrances of wild rosemary and citrus, which are commonly used in aromatherapy treatments to refresh and rejuvenate. But more likely, it’s Mallorca’s pristine landscapes and oceanic panoramas that uphold the island’s palpable sense of peace. Complementing its relaxing surrounds, Mallorca’ wellness scene is blossoming. From state-of-the-art yoga studios to organic juice bars and sumptuous spas, follow our guide to Mallorca’s wellness hotspots for a truly relaxing break.


Ziva To Go

The philosophy at Ziva To Go, located in the bustling Plaça de la Navegacion in Palma, is to serve up plant-based fare in a state as close to natural as possible. The food they serve is raw and vegan, mostly locally sourced, and contains all the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants you need for a shining bill of health. In lieu of a latte, try the Golden Milk—steamed milk muddled with turmeric that’s said to reduce blood pressure.



A wildly popular spot among Palma’s yogis, Zunray is must for visitors aiming to spend a little time on the mat while they’re away from home. The studios are spacious, the yoga classes varied, and sessions delivered in English and in Spanish. On certain days classes are held in the open air, the sound of the wind in the palms a peaceful soundtrack to your savasana. Find Zunray tucked away in a small courtyard on Carrer de Sant Feliu.


Talise Spa

Set in the luxurious five-star Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa, Talise Spa’s indulgent treatment menu is served alongside spectacular panoramas of the Tramuntana mountains and Balearic Sea. With 10 treatment rooms, an open- air heated hydropool and relaxation room, as well as a salt steam bath and ice foundation, this spa in the Mallorca’s well-heeled north takes wellness very seriously.


Simple Smart Food Bar

Cold-pressed juices, vibrant salad lunches and decadent vegan desserts: expect to leave Simple Smart Food Bar feeling fantastic. The menu is all- natural and locally sourced, and the team ensures that the fruits and vegetables are of the highest organic quality. If you’re in El Jonquet, a stone’s throw from the waterfront in Palma, pick up a delicious Yellow Antiox—a fresh blend of kiwi, pineapple, orange, lime, lemon and apple. Feeling low on energy? An energising ginger shot will put a spring back in your step.


Hot Yoga Mallorca


On an island as clement as Mallorca, heated yoga studios are understandably few and far between. Step in, Hot Yoga Mallorca in Son Dureta, offering a hot yoga fix. This studio in the western suburbs of Palma is huge, and there’s a class for anyone who wants to break a sweat as they stretch. Combining a variety of styles in a heated environment, the classes enhance fitness, strength, flexibility and—most importantly—relaxation.


Stay at Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa to make the most of Mallorca’s burgeoning wellness scene.

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