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La Fortaleza, Mallorca, Balearic Islands

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The incredible location and exclusivity.

What's So Special About Private Estate La Fortaleza?

Are you hunting for a luxurious, exclusive, one of a kind location in Mallorca to host your wedding (and money is not too much of an object?)

Well then, let us introduce you to private estate, La Fortaleza.

This historic fort was originally built in the 17th Century to defend the territory from outside attacks. After the region was designated a natural park, it underwent a series of renovations that turned the fort into one of Spain’s most exclusive private estates. You might even recognise it from BBC’s The Night Manager. Celebrities such as Rafa Nadal, Rudy Fernández and Gareth Bale have also wed here.

Price: From 40,000€‎ p/day

Nearest Airport: Palma de Mallorca (PMI) 60km / 45 minutes

Like this venue? For more information on hiring Le Fortaleza as a wedding venue, to request their pricing, check their availability or book a viewing use our contact form via the ‘contact venue’  button.

Want more? Check out our full guide, including legal requirements for Getting Married In Spain.

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A late night party on the terrace inside the fortress walls.

venue facilities

Exclusive Use
Accommodation On Site
LGBTQ Friendly

finer details

Exclusive Use
Accommodation On Site
Wedding Planner / Co-ordinator
Recommended Supplier List, Couples Choice
Recommended Supplier List, Couples Choice
Recommended Suppliers List, Couples Choice
LGBTQ Friendly
From 40,000€‎ p/day

Flight Duration

1.30 – 4 hours, depending on departure and arrival points.



Language Spoken

Spanish & Catalan but English is widely spoken and understood.




RENFE runs high-speed trains across the country and towns such as Madrid and Barcelona have their own Metro networks. Look for the green light if you want to hail a taxi in the street – Spanish taxis wont take more than four people at a time and they’re harder to find on Friday and Saturday nights. Most cities have plenty of buses with tickets available on board or at estancos (tobacconists).

Public Holidays

All the big religious holidays such as Easter and Christmas, as well as Three Kings Day/ Epiphany (6th January), Labour Day (1st May) and Hispanic Day (12th October). Many of the regions have their own local public holidays, such as Balearic Day in the Balearic Islands (1st March).

Good Time to Go

Late April - Early October

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Spain is recognised as one of the sunniest countries in Europe, with over 300 days of sunshine per year. That sounds like good odd's to us...

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07460 Pollença, Balearic Islands, Spain

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