This is an idea that came into being in Paris based on making use of public spaces to hold a dinner during which the civic code of conduct will be strictly adhered to. Those attending are invited and do not all know one another. This June a thousand diners are expected to participate in Palma, and they will all have to wear white.
Text Info: In Palma Magazine N.38
This is when the clubs start to open in Mallorca. The beach resorts of Magaluf, Alcudia & Playa de Palma see an increase in holiday-makers and start to organize special events. Mallorca Rocks concerts begin at this time – every Tuesday night sees a big rock star name perform, and these concerts last until September.
The longest-running super yacht regatta in Europe – inaugurated in 1996 – this four-day event attracts prestigious sailing yachts from all over the world.
The participating craft are moored together in the Superyacht Cup Regatta Village and are a spectacular sight when out in the idyllic racing conditions of the Bay of Palma.
Superyacht Cup 2014
Moll Vell, Palma de Mallorca
20th of June Romeria de Sant Marcal
A market and exhibition of siurells and ornaments in Marratxi.
One of the most popular events of the golf calendar on the island: 2 shotguns, breakfast, halfway, dinner with prize giving ceremony…a great day on GOLF SON VIDA
Do not miss it! register now on 971 78 30 30.
23rd of June Night of Fire
One of the most popular festivals in Palma de Mallorca, called Nit de Foc (Night of Fire), takes place on the eve of Midsummer. The huge bonfires and fireworks displays, held each year in the Parc de Mar, mark the beginning of Mallorca’s summer fiestas.
23rd of June Night of San Juan
The fiesta of St John the Baptist (San Juan) takes place on the eve of the saint’s day, celebrating the summer solstice with music, food and fireworks. There are celebrations all over the island, but a favourite pastime is to head for a beach in the evening and party into the night.
28 & 29 of June Sant Pere Fiesta
Processions of fishing boats in Palma, Port d’Andratx and Port d’Alcudia in honour of the patron saint of fishermen.