Castell Son Claret          

 Road Es Capdellá-Galilea, km 1.7 07196, Calvía  es Capdella (Mayorca) − Spain

Member of Leading Hotels of the World

Castell Son Claret is the leading independently owned luxury hotel in Mallorca, located at the foot of the UNESCO protected  Tramuntana mountains, surrounded by a lavish park and gardens in unspoilt nature. The meticulously renovated 19th century castle welcomes international guests to a unique experience: Michelin rated cuisine, premium cultural events and luxury Spa treatments, combined with the team’s deep passion for excellence and effortless hospitality. Castell son Claret is member of The Leading Hotels of the World, the prestigious luxury hospitality organization  that represents one of the largest collections of luxury hotels in the world. The property offers 38 spacious rooms and suites, a couple of which have exclusive private pools; a Spa with indoor pool, Moorish hammam and treatment rooms; Bar (the former chapel); Zaranda (the only Restaurant in the Balearic Islands with two Michelin stars) and Olivera restaurants; meetings facilities, large outdoor pool surrounded by the unspoilt nature of the Serra de Tramuntana, and a small library.

Castell Son Claret

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A hotel with History in Mallorca

The Castell’s first official mention in 1450 describes five separate properties. When Don Gabriel Claret owned the estate in the late 1800’s, he decided to unite all these properties into one estate – Castell Son Claret – which remains at its current size of 132 ha. 100 years later, stables and smaller buildings were added; the Castell’s current blue print, as well as its iconic façade, was then established. After the affectionate restoration and reconstruction by its owners Christine and Klaus-Michael Kühne, the Castell was opened as a luxury hotel in May 2013.

Castell Son Claret is located at the foot of the peak “Puig de Galatzó” (1,026 m), in the heart of the Tramuntana Mountains, “ Serra de Tramuntana”, declared World Heritage by Unesco in the category of Cultural Landscape. This acknowledgement is based on an uninterrupted symbiosis during centuries between the action of human being and nature in Mallorca. A difficult relationship to find nowadays, which provides us with happiness and pride of having the opportunity of contemplating its majesty every day. We are looking forward sharing with you our natural piece of paradise in Mallorca, where you can still enjoy of a 360 degrees vision of unspoilt nature. A fact that encourages us to continue working in the best possible way´s to preserve Mallorca´s nature and its wild life. Overcoming difficulties based on the intelligent use of resources, without destroying the environment and always promoting its sustainability .

  • The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, runs for around 90 km. of the northwest of Mallorca, with a maximum width of 15 km.
  • Castell Son Claret is settled on the territory of 20 municipalities, being Calvía ​​one of the largest.
  • The Tramuntana mountains occupy almost 30% of the island territory and more than 1,000 km2.
  • A majestic Mountain range, “Sierra”, with several peaks that exceed 1,000 m in height.
  • Highlighting the Puig Major (1,443), the Puig de Massanella (1,348 m), Teix (1,064) and the Galatzó ( 1,026 m),etc.
  • The Serra de Tramuntana is the perfect setting for practicing sport in Mallorca, countless of healthy activities and sustainable sports.
  • Hiking, Climbing, Trail Running, Mountaineering, Trekking, Coastering, Cycling, Speleology, Mountain Bike or BTT, Canyoning.

Mallorca is...

Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic archipelago, which, together with Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, forms a uniprovincial autonomous community (Islas Baleares), the easternmost of Spain. The island has 3640.11 km², which makes it the largest island in Spain and the sixth largest in the Mediterranean. It is the most populated island of the Balearic archipelago, with more than 859 289 inhabitants and the second most populated island of Spain after Tenerife. Mallorca has a population density of 240.45 inhabitants / km². In the past, due to its calm atmosphere, it was also known as La isla de la calma, but now it is a very important tourist destination, both nationally and internationally. Mallorca is located geographically in the central area of ​​the Mediterranean Sea, which translates into the blessing of a pleasant climate with more than 2,700 hours of sunshine per year. With an average temperature of around 26 ° C between May and September, they rarely fall below 13 ° C in early spring.


Without any doubt one of the pillars of the splendor of Mallorca are its beautiful beaches and “calas”. No tourist leaves the island without enjoying the splendor and calm of the Mediterranean Sea. The offer is wide and varied: in the 550 kilometers of coastline there are more than 340 beaches, from small stone coves to long sandy beaches, some accessible on foot and others only by sea, making the same authentic natural treasures to discover.


The Mallorcan relief is formed by the Tramuntana Mountainrange or “Serra de Tramuntana”, with the highest mountains, the “Serra de Levante” (Levante Mountainrange), with more modest heights, and other minor mountains. The Serra de Tramuntana, that stretches all along the northwest, forms impressive cliffs and rocky coves that contrast with the sandy beaches of the rest of the coast. The “Pla” is the fertile central plain. To the west of this plain and in the center of the bay of Palma is the capital, Palma.

The main mountains are:

Puig Major (1445 m)

Masanella (1364 m)

Puig Tomir (1102 m)

Puig de l’Ofre (1090 m)

Puig del Teix (1064 m)

Puig de Galatzó (1027 m).

Puig de Morell (562 m)

Bec de Ferrutx (519 m)

Puig de Sant Salvador (510 m).

Mallorcan Gastronomy

One of the most popular dishes is the Mallorcan fried (frit mallorquí), which consists of a liver fry with chips and peppers; It can be blood and / or roast lamb, pork and sea fennel. Another option is also the “Marinero”, with mixture of fish cut into small pieces and accompanied by fried potatoes and sea fennel. It is also worth mentioning the “escaldums or guisat of piles”, the Mallorcan soups, the “Tumbet”, with or without “esclatasang” (the most tasty variety of the rovellón mushroom found in the Iberian peninsula), and stuffed aubergines. There are several ways to prepare rice, the most typical is the so-called “Arròs brut”, which consists of a rice soup with mushrooms, snails, pork, rabbit and poultry and vegetables, although the “Arroç sec” is also very traditional, similar to paella. The “pa amb oli”, typical of some dinners or as a simple accompaniment to other meals, is one of the most traditional dishes on the island. The sausages are also one of the main elements of its cuisine; sobrasada, llonganissa, butifarrón, camaiot and blanquet among others.

Local Pastries

The most famous pastrie is the Ensaimada that is usually taken at breakfast, but also made in familiar size filled with cream, “Cabello de angel”, chocolate or with sobrasada pieces and candied pumpkin. In Easter, empanadas, stuffed with lamb, are essential. They can be made of sweet or salty pasta, although salty pasta is more common. Also typical are “Crespells and Robiols”, stuffed traditionally with cottage cheese, “Cabello de angel” and jam. It is also very common to call the vegetable coca, the “Trempó”or roasted red peppers, along with the “Cocarrois”, which are a kind of empanadas of Arab origin in the shape of a half moon stuffed with vegetables and raisins. The “Espinegades” are also typical. Mallorcan wines have been well received in other parts of Spain and Europe in recent years. Mallorca has two appellations of origin: D.O. Binissalem-Mallorca and D.O. Pla i Llevant, as well as with a geographical indication Vino de la Tierra Mallorca.

“We extend the same cordial welcome to our guests as we would to friends in our own home”

We receive every guest with great anticipation and when we say “we look forward to your visit”, we really mean it. We want you to feel like you’re being welcomed into a private home. It’s what makes our approach to hospitality so different. Every Castell team member shares our passion to fulfil your wishes, to exceed them, and to surprise you. Whether it’s our barman, Roberto’s quest to create your favourite cocktail, the reception team helping you plan your excursions around the estate, or the dedication that goes into our Michelin-starred cuisine; we take great pride in our professionalism and our commitment to make you feel special and truly at home.

Björn Spaude

Managing Director, Castell Son Claret

+34-971-138 620   Fax: +34-971-138 621

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The beauty of the Majorcan countryside is reflected in the lovingly created gardens that surround Castell Son Claret. In the extensive grounds a small paradise was created, that will immerse guests into the history of this enchanted place.
The roughly two century old olive trees El y Ella are witnesses to the turbulent past and stand beside each other like an old couple. Island typical trees like almond, olive and orange as well as bergamot, vetiver, jasmine, coriander and roses all come together to create a very special scent that drifts through the entire estate and that activates all senses.
Small discreet sitting areas in the Moorish garden entice and invite one to enjoy and daydream. The characteristic scent is also available as our ‘Jardi de Claret’ fragrance in cooperation with Gaia Products.

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