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The best Majorcan cuisine for your cycling vacations

Here are the best spots to taste the traditional cuisine of one of the best islands in the Mediterranean, Majorca.
 1- Ca’n Marron

Celler Ca’n Marron offers a menu with the most traditional dishes of Majorcan cuisine. If you are passing through Inca, this is a must stop, and your palate will surely appreciate it.

The price is not high for the quality of the product, we recommend to reserve a table as it is usually full. It’s a good sign, isn’t it?

In its menu you can find dishes such as; Majorcan fries, Majorcan soups, stuffed pig’s trotters, snails …

2- Celler de Can Font

El Celler de Can Font is one of the oldest on the island. Its interior is preserved with the appearance it had in the seventeenth century, adorned with eleven oak and olive barrels. Since 1950, the kitchen in the cellar has been essentially “del pla”, that is to say, traditional cuisine.

In its menu you can find typical Majorcan dishes such as; Majorcan fried, suckling pig, varieties of pamboli, rice …

Control your appetite and read on!

3 – Celler Sa Vinya

Celler Sa Vinya is located near the center of the picturesque town of Binissalem and offers an excellent menu of Majorcan cuisine. The decoration is rustic with elements of wood and stone, a real traditional atmosphere.

Homemade dishes and quality products highlights its menu; homemade croquettes, raw rice, roast chicken, loin with tumbet …

If you pass through Binissalem on your cycling vacation, do not hesitate to regain energy at Celler Sa Vinya.

4- Celler Sa Travessa

Sa Travessa is a former 19th century winery, located in the center of the town of Inca, in the heart of the island of Palma de Mallorca. It offers a full menu of typical Majorcan dishes and high quality local products.

Delicious dishes of Balearic cuisine are cooked in its stoves, such as; tumbet, porcella, cabbage fillet, arros brut … In addition, a daily menu at a reasonable price, with good value for money.

If you enjoy this route, take the opportunity to stop to eat!

5- Celler Sa Premsa

Celler Sa Premsa opened in 1958 and is one of the best known on the island, highlighting its traditional Majorcan cuisine. It takes on a rustic atmosphere typical of the island. The most traditional dishes on its menu are; Pork entrecote coated with cabbage with raisins and pine nuts, stuffed eggplants, lamb …

Their prices meet the quality of the products they offer, in addition to a daily menu.

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