The best plans for April 2024 in Mallorca

por Xarxa · 28 Marzo 2024

April arrives with the sun shining high and the sea breeze caressing our shores. On this island full of charm, there is always something new to discover and enjoy. Get ready to live unique experiences as you explore the best that Mallorca has to offer this month, and we'll tell you all about it!


From Friday 29th March to 6th April

SAR Princesa Sofía Trophy Event

The SAR Princesa Sofía Trophy is a prestigious event held annually in Mallorca, attracting the best sailors in the world. Set against a backdrop of crystal clear waters and Mediterranean sunshine, the competition offers a thrilling and adrenaline-filled spectacle.

In addition to the regattas, the event includes complementary activities such as nautical exhibitions and equipment demonstrations. Set in the beautiful bay of Palma, the The SAR Princesa Sofía Trophy provides a unique festive atmosphere and the opportunity to enjoy the maritime atmosphere of Mallorca while experiencing the thrill of sailing first hand.


From Tuesday 2nd, to Friday 5th April

Tecnoaprendo: Easter Workshops

Tecnoaprendo has prepared something amazing for children between 5 and 14 years old. From the 2nd to the 5th of April, various workshops will be organised at Tecnoaprendo's headquarters.

From Lego Wedo to Minecraft, through Code Spark, Code Land, Artificial Intelligences, Scratch, 2D Animation in Flipa Clip, and 3D Animation and Modelling in Blender (with a special Funko Pop modelling workshop!).

You can check all the information here.

Saturday, 6th April

Opportunities Fair in Sa Pobla

During this fair, the streets of Sa Pobla will be filled with stalls and stands offering a wide variety of products and services at irresistible prices. From fashion and accessories to household goods, technology and much more, here you will find everything you need and more!

Saturday 6th, and Sunday 7th April

April is the month of fairs in Mallorca and we are here to tell you all the details of the best fairs of the month!

Andratx Fair

This is an event that reflects the essence of Andratx, where you will find a variety of craft, livestock, industrial and gastronomic products. It is the perfect opportunity to get to know and enjoy local life in Mallorca.

You can explore the handmade products, from pottery to textiles, which showcase the skill and tradition of the region. You can also admire the beauty of the animals and learn about the importance of livestock farming in the area.
Don't miss the opportunity to sample the delicious local food, ranging from traditional dishes to new culinary creations.


Sant Francesc Fair in Muro

After the first Sunday after Easter, the traditional Fira de Sant Francesc takes place in Muro. This event, rooted in Mallorcan history, has been held since the end of the 18th century, making it one of the island's most beloved traditions.

Agriculture, livestock and crafts are the undisputed protagonists of this fair, where high-quality local products are the centre of attention. In addition, local commerce also plays an important role in the fair, with the support and active participation of the Muro Traders' Association.


Sunday, 7th April

The Fira del Ram comes to an end

April 7th marks the end of a much-loved celebration on the island: the Fira del Ram de Mallorca! It has been days full of fun, excitement and, of course, delicious gastronomic delights that have delighted visitors and locals alike.

But there's still time to enjoy the attractions, food stalls, games and exciting activities on offer at the Fira del Ram. Don't miss the chance to immerse yourself in this unique traditional fair before it comes to an end! You have all the information here.


From Friday 12th to Sunday 14th April

Nautical and cuttlefish fair in Port d'Alcudia

This vibrant event, much loved in the region, revolves around the different preparations of cuttlefish and combines water sports with exceptional gastronomy. It is a unique opportunity to explore the creativity of local chefs and how they use cuttlefish in their exquisite dishes.

The fair takes place on Port d'Alcudia's Paseo Marítimo, where you can enjoy tapas tastings served from stalls under a large marquee. It is an excellent opportunity to try new flavours from local restaurants that you may never have experienced before.

In addition, companies from the nautical sector exhibit their products and services on stands during the two days of the event.


From Saturday 13th to Sunday 14th April

Sóller Orange Fair

This is an annual event that celebrates the region's delicious and juicy oranges. This fair is a unique opportunity to enjoy this emblematic fruit of Sóller, known for its exceptional flavour and quality.

During the fair, oranges are at their best, and visitors have the opportunity to sample a wide variety of products made from local oranges. From fresh juices to jams, cakes, ice creams and cocktails, there is something to satisfy all tastes and cravings.

Sunday, 14th April

Sheep and Goat Fair in Calvià

This fair celebrates the livestock tradition and local culture in the municipality of Calvià, on the island of Mallorca. This fair is a unique opportunity for lovers of rural life and agriculture to enjoy a sample of the diversity and richness of sheep and goat production in the region.

During the fair, visitors have the opportunity to get up close and personal with local livestock farmers and their flocks, as well as to admire the variety of sheep and goat breeds present in the area. There are also exhibitions of products derived from sheep's and goat's milk, such as artisan cheeses, yoghurts, sweets and other dairy products.

Sunday, 14th April

International Triathlon Portocolom

This is one of the most outstanding sporting events on the island and attracts athletes and triathlon enthusiasts from all over the world. This exciting competition combines swimming, cycling and running in a spectacular setting, making it a unique experience for participants and spectators alike.

The location in Portocolom, on the southeast coast of Mallorca, provides a stunning backdrop for the event, with crystal clear waters for the swimming part and scenic routes for the cycling and running. Participants have the opportunity to test their skills and endurance in a challenging but rewarding environment.


Thursday, 18th April

International Day for Monuments and Sites

In Mallorca, we have an unparalleled wealth of historical monuments and sites that deserve to be discovered and appreciated. From the majestic city walls of Palma to the ancient and well-preserved archaeological sites of Talaiots, there is something for all tastes and preferences.

Why not use this day to visit some of Mallorca's impressive monuments? You could explore the imposing Bellver Castle, which offers panoramic views of the city of Palma and houses a fascinating history within its walls. Or perhaps you could immerse yourself in the past at the fascinating archaeological site of Puig de Sa Morisca, where you can marvel at the remains of ancient civilisations that inhabited the island thousands of years ago.

Whether it's exploring ancient churches, medieval castles or fascinating archaeological sites, there's plenty to discover in Mallorca on International Monuments and Sites Day - take this opportunity to immerse yourself in the island's history and culture and make this day truly special!

Sturday, 20th April

Half Marathon Magaluf

With a perfect combination of athletic challenge and breathtaking scenery, this race attracts runners from all over the world looking to enjoy a unique experience in a spectacular setting.

The Magaluf Half Marathon route takes runners through some of the most picturesque areas of the island, with panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and the enchanting Mallorcan landscape. Participants have the opportunity to run through the streets of Magaluf and the surrounding area, while enjoying the lively atmosphere and spectator support along a 10km or 21km route.

If you're up for it, here's all the info!

Saturday 20th, and Sunday 21st April

Long Course Weekend

The Long Course Weekend DUO is an extraordinary sporting event that takes place in Europe and will be held for the second time on the 20th and 21st of April 2024 in the town of Colònia de Sant Jordi, Mallorca.

The event attracts hundreds of athletes from all over the world to compete over two days in the swimming and running disciplines. Race options include swim distances of 1.9km or 3.8km, as well as running options ranging from the full Marathon (42.2km) to shorter distances such as the half marathon (21.1km), 10km or 5km. Participants are free to register for the distance and discipline of their choice.

In addition, for those looking for an even greater challenge, there is the option of the FULL Long Course Weekend DUO, which combines the maximum distances in both disciplines: 3.8km swim and 42.2km run. You can sign up here.


Sunday, 21st April

Santa Eugènia Fair

The Fira de Santa Eugènia de Mallorca is an annual celebration that pays tribute to the patron saint of the village of Santa Eugènia, located on the island of Mallorca. It is a special occasion for residents and visitors to the area to enjoy cultural, gastronomic and traditional activities.

The fair offers a wide variety of attractions and events for all ages and interests. Visitors can explore local craft stalls, where handmade products, from pottery to textiles and jewellery, are on display.

One of the highlights of the Fira de Santa Eugènia is its gastronomic offer. Visitors have the opportunity to sample a wide variety of traditional Mallorcan dishes, as well as local specialities such as sausages, cheeses, wines and typical sweets. In addition, culinary competitions and tastings of local products are often organised.

Monday, 22nd April 

World Earth Day

In Mallorca, we are surrounded by breathtaking nature, from the beautiful beaches with crystal clear waters to the majestic mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana. World Earth Day gives us the perfect opportunity to get out and explore the island's natural beauty, while reflecting on our role in protecting our environment. World Earth Day gives us the perfect opportunity to get out and explore the natural beauty of the island, while reflecting on our role in protecting our environment - take this opportunity to make a difference and show your love and respect for our wonderful planet!

Tuesday, 23rd April

Book Day (Sant Jordi)

Every April 23rd, Mallorca dresses up to honour the tradition of Sant Jordi, a festivity full of history and romance. This celebration, which dates back centuries, is a special occasion to celebrate love, literature and culture.
On Sant Jordi, the streets of Palma and other towns and villages on the island fill with colour and life. The main tradition is to give a rose and a book to your loved ones, symbolising love and knowledge. It is a day to stroll through the streets decorated with stalls of roses of all colours and fragrances, as well as books of all genres and authors.

From Thursday 25th to Sunday 28th April

Palma international boat show

The Palma International Boat Show is one of the most important nautical events in Europe and takes place in the city of Palma de Mallorca, the island's capital. This prestigious show attracts boating enthusiasts and professionals from all over the world, making it a key meeting point for the nautical industry.

During the Palma International Boat Show, a wide range of boats are on display, from luxury yachts to racing sailboats, as well as a variety of state-of-the-art nautical equipment and accessories. Visitors have the opportunity to explore the latest innovations in the world of boating up close, as well as to meet the sector's leading manufacturers and distributors.

Saturday, 27th April

Mallorca 312

This exciting long-distance cycling event attracts cyclists from all over the world to take on a demanding and spectacular course.

The Mallorca 312 offers different distances to suit different levels of ability and fitness. The most iconic distance is 312 kilometres, which gives the event its name and provides an epic challenge for participants. There are also options for shorter routes, such as the Mallorca 225 and Mallorca 167, which allow cyclists of different levels to enjoy the experience.

The Mallorca 312 route passes through some of the island's most impressive landscapes, including the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cyclists have the opportunity to ride along winding, mountainous roads, enjoying panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and the island's lush nature.

Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th April

Wine Fair in Pollença

This fair is a celebration of wine culture and brings together local wine growers, wineries and wine lovers from all over the island to enjoy a variety of Mallorcan wines.

During the Wine Fair, attendees have the opportunity to sample a wide selection of wines made in Mallorca, from fresh and fruity whites to robust and complex reds. Local wineries often set up stands where they offer tastings of their best wines, allowing visitors to discover the unique flavours and aromas of the region.


Sunday, 28th April

Llonguet Fair in Es Pil·larí

This gastronomic event pays tribute to one of the most beloved symbols of Mallorcan cuisine: the llonguet. This traditional roll, with its elongated shape and crispy crust, is an essential part of the island's culinary culture and is enjoyed in a wide variety of ways.

During the Fira del Llonguet, which takes place in the charming village of Es Pil·larí , local bakeries, patisseries and food producers come together to offer a variety of fresh and delicious llonguets. Attendees have the opportunity to sample different types of llonguets, from the classics with Serrano ham and cheese to more creative options with local ingredients and unique flavours.
In addition to llonguets, the fair usually offers a variety of complementary products, such as sausages, cheeses, olive oils and other artisanal products from the region.


Sant Joan Fair

During the Sant Joan Fair, in addition to the exhibition of local businesses, cultural and recreational activities are often organised for the whole family. These may include live musical performances by regional folklore groups, demonstrations of traditional crafts, popular games and sports competitions.

In addition, gastronomy plays a prominent role in the fair, with the presence of food stalls offering a variety of typical Mallorcan dishes. Visitors have the opportunity to taste

April in Mallorca has been a whirlwind of emotions and events that have left us with unforgettable memories. From nautical competitions to gastronomic fairs, sporting events to cultural celebrations, the island has vibrated with a unique energy. As we bid farewell to the month, we carry with us the promise of new adventures and special moments to come in this land full of charm. Thank you for joining us on this exciting journey through Mallorca!


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