A superb refurbishment of an impressive 19th-century fortress has resulted in a captivating and singular, adults-only boutique hotel overlooking the Bay of Palma. Set in 88 acres and stretching along the coastline for two kilometres, Cap Rocat – Cala Blava, Mallorca, Spain is a spectacular hotel providing a collection of stunning rooms and suites, a selection of magical dining venues, private rock cliff beach with direct access to the sea, jetty and salt water pool.

Both the architecture and setting of Cap Rocat is sensational. Wonderfully secluded with a drawbridge, bunkers and suites in former shooting buttresses, the atmosphere is both historic and romantic. Decorated with a clever blend of contemporary and classic furnishings, suites have their own private patio with beautiful sea views.

Wake up to the sound of the sea and enjoy breakfast on your terrace. Play a game of tennis or take a cycling trip and explore the coastal region. Spend your time here enjoying water sports, fishing, diving, sailing and horse riding. In the evenings, dine in Cap Rocat’s Fortress Restaurant or in the open-air Cala de la Reina on the waterfront.



Alongside the guard posts that supervise the great entrance and the defensive moat, the double fortaleza rooms are located.
This very special rooms master the charm of sleeping in a fortified citadel in which its patios, streets and battlements have been carved on the rock.
The double Fortaleza rooms offer a king size bed, elegant en-suite bathrooms and a furnished terrace, allowing you to experience the mild Mediterranean weather.


The rare experience of sleeping in a former military fortress goes to a higher level with the Cap Rocat Suites.
These large rooms located in the first inner circle of the fortress, occupy a series of coastal defense batteries within the perimeter of Cap Rocat. The suites have a unique interior design that blends an elegant bedroom with a living area and a spacious bathroom with vaulted ceilings.Every Cap Rocat Suite has three different terraces, at different levels, where guests can savour breakfast, rest on its hammocks or gaze upon the boats that wander the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean from each private gazebo.


Hidden in the rock, on the edge of the cape’s cliffs where Cap Rocat was built.

These three very rare rooms, carved like watchtowers in secret enclaves, have now been splendidly transformed from surveillance points that controlled the entrance to Palma Bay in to elegant rooms that blend the uniqueness of ruff rocky walls with delicate woods, refined rugs, soft mediterranean fabrics and large mirrors that reflect the golden light.

Feel the mediterranean blue when you wake up or whilst you lie in the total privacy of the infinity plunge pool.

Welcome to the experience of being one of the fortress sentinels, in constant vigil of the magnetic Mediterranean sea.


This splendid suite takes its name “El Cabo”, from the cape where Cap Rocat was built.
The room, where white Mediterranean tones and vaulted ceilings enhance the serenity of the elegant bedroom and the quaint living area, that share a unique space that used to be one of the bastions of the former fortress.
Its extensive bathroom, designed for wellness, creates the sensation of being in a private spa, offering its guests the ideal setting for pure pampering.The outdoor spaces of the El Cabo Suite, are a true sanctuary of relaxation, that invite to enjoy the private pool and three different terraces, crowned by a gazebo where to enjoy scintillating sunsets.


Restored with the utmost careful and refined design, this quaint houses, with mesmerizing sea views, offer the privacy and charm that distinguish Cap Rocat’s signature style.A Mediterranean garden surrounds the suite creating the sensation of being in a cozy villa with outdoor spaces, both in their plunge pool overlooking Palma’s bay and at the salty breeze kissed terraces for total surrender while sunbathing or star-lit dining.



The luxury of the Mediterranean gastronomy essentials created by our chef Víctor García, while the magic of the nights in Cap Rocat enchants the restaurant La Fortaleza.

A wide range and intensity of flavours in the design of the two menus: Un Paseo por Mallorcaand El Producto. Exquisite dishes inspired by the roots of Majorcan cuisine, applying new culinary techniques for a magnificent experience, always using seasonal fresh products.

Enjoy the best gastronomic encounter in a privileged setting.


The Spa has been carved on the depths of the fortress, it is located where the former deposit of water was.
The focal point is a dramatic saltwater swimming pool, sunk 12m below ground level – yet wonderfully bright. A wide conservatory-style glass ceiling will allow the brilliant Mallorcan sunshine to flood the space by day, while by night, the clear star-filled skies will create a mesmerizing place to swim. The vast exposed limestone walls add a touch of drama to the experience.



As was customary among the monarchs of the XIX century to have luxurious private boats for recreational and official duties … the new Cap Rocat Spa, offers to take you onboard as a guest of honor on a journey of the senses.
The beautiful tearoom will be the antechamber of the trip where the spa team will guide you …through the experience of the magic hammams, reminiscent of ancient Mediterranean colonies.  Discover the exoticism of the Philippines and its powerful Asian techniques.  Indulge yourself in the exotic techniques and sumptuous spices of India to achieve inner well-being.
These three experiences should be enjoyed with closed eyes, they combine healing techniques derived from the timeless knowledge of three distinct cultures to help renew your mind and body.


Despite being within whistling distance of the beer gardens of the Platja de Palma, Cala Blava is altogether different: it’s residential rather than nakedly touristic, and offers a few quiet coves (several rocky; one sandy) to test the waters. It’s really absurdly close to the hubbub of S’Arenal – just a few kilometres south on the Ma6014, then a short side road to Cala Blava. Just beyond is Bella Vista: part of the coast here is protected, and off-limits, but you can still slip down to the Calò des Cap d’Alt for a swim in crystal-clear waters.


Lyrical Landscapes

For Miró it was the pure Mediterranean light. For hikers and cyclists it is the Serra de Tramuntana’s formidable limestone spires and bluffs. For others it is as fleeting as the almond blossom snowing on meadows in spring, or the interior’s vineyards in their autumn mantle of gold. Wherever your journey takes you, Mallorca never fails to seduce. Cars conga along the coast in single file for views so enticing the resort postcards resemble cheap imitations. Even among the tourist swarms of mid-August you can find pockets of silence – trek to hilltop monasteries, pedal through honey-stone villages, sit under a night sky and engrave Mallorca’s lyrical landscapes onto memory.

Return to Tradition

Mallorca’s culture took a back seat to its beaches for decades, but the tides are changing. Up and down the island, locals are embracing their roots and revamping the island’s old manor houses, country estates and long-abandoned fincas (farmhouses, estates) into refined rural retreats. Spend silent moments among the olive, carob and almond groves and you’ll soon fall for the quiet charm of Mallorca’s hinterland. Summer is one long party and village festes (festivals) offer an appetising slice of island life.

Coastal Living

Mallorca tops Europe’s summer holiday charts for many reasons, but one ranks above all others: the island’s stunning coast. Beyond the built-up resorts, coves braid the island like a string of beads – each one a reminder of why the island’s beaches have never lost their appeal. Go west for cliff-sculpted drama and sapphire seas, or head north for hikes to pine-flecked bays. Scope out deserted coves in the east, or dive off bone-white beaches in the south. With a room overlooking the bright-blue sea, sundown beach strolls to the backbeat of cicadas and restaurants open to the stars, you’ll soon click into the laid-back groove of coastal living.

Mediterranean Flavours

Eating out in Palma has never been more exciting, with chefs – inspired as much by their Mallorcan grandmothers as Mediterranean nouvelle cuisine – adding a pinch of creativity and spice to the city’s food scene. Inland, restaurants play up hale-and-hearty dishes, such as suckling pig spit-roast, to perfection, pairing them with locally grown wines. On the coast, bistros keep flavours clean, bright and simple, serving the catch of the day with big sea views.

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