The best for very little

Who says you have to spend loads of money to discover a destination? At Itinerem we know that’s not true. That’s why we have selected some really interesting experiences for which you don’t have to empty your pockets. Discover them all!

Almost 3,000 endangered fig trees from 1,308 different varieties. Son Mut Nou, an estate in the heart of the Marina de Llucmajor in Mallorca, is committed to conserving and analysing all the different types of fig trees. That is the aim of Montserrat Pons y Boscana, a pharmacist from Llucmajor, whose love for fig trees and research on their importance in Mallorcan life and history led her to begin a project which is the only one of its kind in the world.

Son Mut Nou is an experimental area where fig trees are grown so they can be studied and better known scientifically. This also allows an analysis of their importance in the development of Mallorcan society, founded on the land and agriculture.


Nature and art, two very powerful words that make the Sa Bassa Blanca Museum / Yannick and Ben Jacober Foundation a very special place. The Museum is located in a very unique environment in the heart of nature in Alcúdia. A commitment to promote art within a rural natural environment, the essence of Mallorca, bringing a clearly defined identity to this artistic project.

In 1993, the artists and collectors Yannick Vu and Ben Jakober joined with the philanthropist Georges Coulon Karlweis to create a foundation in an old underground water deposit on the Sa Bassa Blanca estate near Alcúdia. 25 years later, this project to promote cultural development and respect for the environment has become a multidisciplinary venue with different spaces and buildings where art and nature are in perfect symbiosis. A sensory experience that you must not miss during your visit to the island.


Environmental education is fundamental for raising awareness and informing society about all the good that the earth provides us. The people of Mallorca are experts in caring for and protecting the environment, and during your stay on the island you should not miss this experience. At the foot of the Mallorcan Sierra de Alfabia mountains, Sa Vinyassa Orchards is a place where flora, orange and lemon trees abound.

The one thing that really stands out about this estate is its respect for its products. The estate used a controlled ecological agriculture process to make delicious orange and lemon jams. They also cultivate aromatic herbs and orange blossom and make candied lemon and orange peel. Culinary jewels grown on their 18,000m2 of land.


To discover the origin of Suau brandy, you have to go back to the middle of the 19th century, when Don Juan Suau, also known as “The Mallorcan”, began to grow a business making aniseed liqueurs and other spirits in the Americas. On a trip to Mallorca he fell in love with a young woman that came from a family which was also involved in the drinks business. Don Juan decided to stay in Mallorca and founded Bodegas Suau.

This company makes five different types of superior quality brandy, a London dry gin and a rum which combines the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. The bodegas are almost 200 years old and are located within a protected building which has enormous artistic and cultural value. Time stands still in the bodegas, combining with ageing and patience to create a unique and very special brandy.