The image of Mallorca as an island blighted by beer-swilling, uncultured yobs is not, and never has been, realistic. True, there are small pockets of over-indulgence – but the largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands attracts inquisitive and debonaire visitors in far greater measure. They have consistently discovered a thriving gastronomic scene that includes bustling tapas bars, hearty Mallorquín dishes and world-class fine dining. Here are Mallorca’s best places to eat out.
This is an updated rewrite of an article originally by Melissa RJ Mills.
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