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In this link you can find more and better information about the Law of Cookies.

Wine Routes Mallorca

Furthermore, we organize events in the own wineries of Majorca, such as company breakfasts, lunches, dinners, events, wine-tastes, incentive activities…

Check out our rates filling the reservation form in or directly in our e-mail