Carrer de Jaume II, 19 (map link)

In the central and commercial street of Jaume II in Palma, the main store of Agua de Baleares is located next to our offices on the upper floors.

Carrer de Jovellanos, 6B (map link)

One of the most beautiful towns in Spain and the birthplace of Santa Catalina Thomás. In it is La Cartuja, residence of artists such as Chopin, Rubén Darío, Jorge Luis Borges or Santiago Rusiñol.

C/ Major 28, 07400 Alcudia (map link)

This town gives its name to the large bay in the north of the island, full of impressive beaches. With Roman origin, it hosts the ruins of Pollentia and medieval walls that surround a very well preserved old town and where our shop is located.

Carrer de sa Lluna, 51A (map link)

Sóller is located in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is connected to Palma by a tunnel but you can also get there on a classic train that is over 100 years old.

Carrer de Ciutat, 37 (map link)

Located in the extreme northeast of the island, Artà stands still in time. It combines inland tourism with agricultural activity and has several Talayotic sites. Its Sant Antoni festivities are famous in winter with its demons and its “foguerons”.


Carrer de sa Guàrdia Civil, 19 Santanyí (map link)

Santanyí is a small town located in the southeast of Mallorca, which has retained its original Mallorcan charm to this day.
The old town of Santanyí is still partially enclosed by the remains of the medieval wall.
It is essential to visit its weekly market, on Wednesday and Saturday mornings.