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Son Bunyola: Get a taste of Mallorca

One of the best things about going on holiday, is trying local delicacies, and while Spain and its islands are renowned for Paella and Tapas, Mallorca also has its own distinct cuisine.

Mallorquin food is varied, colourful and full of flavour but more importantly it can only be found on the island! Our Head Chef, Samy de la Pena has shared some of his favourite traditional dishes which are all served at Son Bunyola.

Pa amb oli
This literally translates to bread and oil, and it’s simply delicious served with a spread of tomatoes, a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkling of flaked sea salt. It makes a great snack accompanied by cheese and cold meats too.

A cured spicy sausage made of minced pork, paprika and other spices. It is often served with crispy bread as a snack or used in cooking to add a bit more flavour.

Coca de trampò
Similar to a pizza or vegetable tartlet, but without the cheese, it features tomatoes, red and green peppers, onions and served on a puff pastry base – perfect with salad for lunch.

This sugar-dusted delicacy is a bit like a croissant. It’s been proudly produced on the island since the 17th century – want to live like a local? Start your morning off with a coffee and one of these!

Our Son Bunyola estate is available for inclusive or self-catering stays.

At Sa Punta de S’Aguila you'll enjoy daily continental breakfast (our chefs will prepare a selection of cold items for you to help yourself), then enjoy lunch and dinner for 6 days tailored to your tastes, and on one night we’ll assist you with a local restaurant reservation.

At Son Balagueretand Sa Terra Rotja you can have the place to yourself with our self-catering option - meaning you can eat and drink whatever you fancy and whenever. Don't forget to make the most of the local food markets near by.

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