We’re getting married next May on the island of Mallorca and we’d love for you all to join us! Mallorca holds a special place in both of our hearts. Frankie first visited while still in nappies, learned to waterski at eight and celebrated the end of GCSE’s in Port de Pollenca’s only nightclub Chivas! And Dougal has embraced Spanish life on the island (eating jamon and Manchego), loves playing hours of tennis and hiking amongst goats.
The estate of Son Termes occupies a very important place in the history of Mallorca. It was founded by Oliver de Termes, Knight of King Jaime I, who during the 13th century took part in the conquest of the island.
Located at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, the venue offers incomparable panoramic views of the entire Bay of Palma.
Formal: Morning dress / Scottish dress preferred, or black tie.
Ceremony: 17.30 – 18.00
Aperitifs & canapés: 18.00 – 20.00
Supper/speeches: 20.00 – 22.00
Band: 22.00 – 01.00
Coaches will collect and return guests from a designated point in Port de Pollenca
You’re most welcome to join us for lunch and leftover wine on Saturday in the Pollenca area! Venue and timings TBC.
The wedding will take place near the town of Bunyola 20km from Palma.If you’d rather stay close by, there are plenty of lovely hotels in Valdemossa (10 mins), Soller (20 mins) or Palma:
High-end 3 – 4* hotels and apartments in Port de Pollença:
Some rooms have been reserved with a discounted rate for a minimum of two nights at the Hoposa Group hotels of the Daina, Illa D’Or, Pollentia and Uyal. Fill in the booking form below and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your room. If the allocated rooms have already been booked, or you would like a different room option, contact the hotel with this booking form and they will offer you the same conditions, dependent on availability.
Mid-range hotels and apartments in Port de Pollença: https://www.cabot-hotels.com/
While we’d love to have your little ones celebrate with us, the wedding doesn’t start until early evening and will run on late into the night! We can, however, suggest some child care options on the island and we’d love you to bring your children for the party the following day.
Hiking – Castell d’Alaro is a good two hour climb with a great restaurant halfway up
Cycling – Rent a bike in Port de Pollenca and take on the hills!
And loads more!
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Specific details will be confirmed closer to the time but hopefully this gives you enough of an idea to be able to book flights/accommodation. If you’re unsure of anything please just get in touch.