1. Jardines de Alfabia
Located amid the picturesque beauty of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains of Mallorca, the Jardines de Alfabia is a tranquil haven that transport you to Spain's Moorish past. The Arabic influence in these stunning gardens is obvious, but it's mixed with elements of English landscaping and Rococo finery, giving the grounds a unique charm and beauty.
The architecture of the main building is similarly a blend of Arabic, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Roman, and Rococo styles – and all told, it's one of the most spectacular cultural treasures in Mallorca. So give the beach bar a break, and be swept away to this fairy-tale location.