What better way to spend a gloomy day than with an afternoon in a day spa? The one at Pure Salt Hotel in Port Adriano is one of the best on the island and it's been refurbished this winter. Indulge yourself and book one of their luxury treatments, if it costs more than €50 you'll get free access to the spa complex which has a jacuzzi and various types of sensation showers as well as an indoor pool. If you feel like following up with a cocktail afterwards, you can watch the rain from the stylish Chakra Bar in the Santa Catalina area of Palma and order one of their Indian-inspired concoctions such as the 'Maharani', a combination of gin, watermelon liqueur, cranberry juice and a hint of vanilla... delicious!
Wine tastings are another popular thing to do on the island and, lucky for you, there are quite a few vineyards open year round. Bodegas Angel near Santa Maria del Camí is open Monday-Saturday and you can enjoy a tour of the bodega and a tasting for just €15 per person. If you are in Palma, there is also a cool bar called Wineing in La Lonja, they have a concept where you take a card and can try a variety of wines, mainly from Spain and Mallorca. At the end, you just take your card to the cashier and pay the bill for what you have had.
If gin is more your thing, then a trip to Mallorca Distillery should be on your hit list. They provide distillery tours, cocktail masterclasses and you can even make your own gin. If the weather forecast is bad, we would recommend booking these activities up in advance as there is limited availability.