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Palma's Best Wine Bars

October 26th, 2017

The Best Wine Bars in Palma

One of the best things about traveling to a foreign destination is the chance to try new things. And that's certainly the case when it comes to the wine bars in Palma, Spain. While a wine bar isn't a new concept, many of the wine bars in Palma provide an experience that's unique unto themselves.

Of course, you don't want to visit any ‘ole wine bar when you travel to Palma. You'll want to visit the best watering holes where you can sip your tried and true favorite vintages and sample varietals you haven't tasted before. Here is a list of some of the best wine bars in Palma:

  • Gaudeix
  • La Vinya de Santa Clara
  • Bodega Bellver
  • Wine Industry


Located near the perennially packed eatery, 13%, in Calle San Feliu, Gaudeix is a wine bar where you'll discover plenty of wine choices, fantastic food and friendly service that tends to your every need. Like the wine you'll sip at this popular establishment, Gaudeix's tapas and pinchos are out of this world. Unlike the tapas you'll find at other local eateries, the tapas at this haunt has very little bread.

Instead of filling up on bread, you'll fill your belly with the good stuff when you order tapas at Gaudeix. From scallops drenched in artichoke cream to squid-stuffed prawns, goose liver and more, you'll have plenty of options when it comes to matching the perfect food with the delicious wine you're drinking at Gaudeix.

Gaudeix has an unmistakably cool vibe that stems from the staff's positive, cheery attitude, the menu selections and even the wine bar's decor. When you're sipping wine and dining on scrumptious food in an environment that has lamps made out of kitchen utensils like you will at Gaudeix, you're guaranteed to have an unforgettable time.

La Vinya de Santa Clara

La Vinya de Santa Clara is a wine bar where everyone will quickly know your name. From its Argentinian owner, Esteban, to the local crew that frequents this haunt to the exceptionally friendly and accommodating staff, this wine bar is simply a delight.

La Vinya de Santa Clara has a wine menu that includes selections from various locations throughout the world. You can easily pair your favorite vintage with a tasty cheese and charcuterie plate that will complement your wine perfectly. If you want something that's even more filling, consider ordering the beef empanada or the carpaccio.

Wine isn't the only adult beverage served at this establishment. Esteban is well known for making a wonderful Mojito. You may want to keep this in mind if you're traveling with someone who doesn't love wine as much as you do.

Bodega Bellver

Bodega Bellver offers many different varietals for you to try. Whether you like red, white or blended wines, you'll have a generous number of vinos to choose from when you visit Bodega Bellver. This popular wine bar offers locally crafted liquors like rum and gin in addition to a long list of different wines.

While the Bodega Bellver doesn't serve tapas, it does serve incredible sandwiches that are as visually appealing as they are delicious. Just like you'll find tasty, satisfying food and wine at Bodega Bellver, this wine bar is also where you'll encounter friendly locals who welcome tourists warmly and sincerely.

Wine Industry

What would you expect from a wine bar named “Wine Industry?” If you'd look forward to having more than 120 bottles to choose from, mouth-watering food, friendly service and a cozy environment, the Wine Industry in Palma won't let you down.

Whether you're a wine aficionado or a new sipper, you'll enjoy the fresh atmosphere at the Wine Industry. Decorated with warm hues and wine bottles lining the walls, the Wine Industry has a physical location that's as alluring and enticing as its wine and food selections.

For a real treat, we suggest you order your favorite bottle and pair it with the wine bar's beetroot hummus and dried tomato tapenade. This combination is a great option if you're looking for a dinner that's sure to satisfy without weighing you down.

Heading to Palma? Let us know what your favorite wine bars are when you get back home.