Welcome to the Mallorca Smooth Jazz Festival, the only smooth jazz festival in the European Mediterranean area. Actually, in Sa Coma, on the beautiful east coast of the Spanish island Mallorca.
In May, a music festival with unique live music awaits you in the exclusive ambience of the Protur Biomar Gran Hotel & Spa.
Mallorca Smooth Jazz Festival
The 5-star Protur Biomar Gran Hotel & Spa is also the venue and is characterized by an elegant and modern equipment, a full-equipped spa area as well as landscaped gardens and swimming pools (indoor / outdoor). Located only 300 metres from the beach, right on the Punta de n’Amer natural park.
This musical vacation is all about enjoying the finer things in life. Good music. Good food. Good wine. Good entertainment. Good weather.
Good prospects for recovery and a unique experience in the breathtaking scenery of the Mediterranean Sea.
On stage, we welcome some of the biggest and most successful international stars of the Contemporary and Smooth Jazz scene.
an unstressed weekend
Music lovers from all over Europe meet here in the sophisticated ambiance of the Protur Biomar Gran Hotel & Spa to an impressive, unstressed weekend.
With intense, passionate live performances and hilarious aftershow parties, celebrated by some of the biggest names in international Contemporary and Smooth Jazz scene.
Space to dance and firsthand contact with the musicians included.
All music events take place in the hotels’ facilities – Bar Salon (Theater), Pub Status (Club) and Bar Piano.
Palma de Mallorca Airport, located 8 km from the city, is the gateway for the millions of tourists who visit the island.
Airport traffic is primarily international and reaches its greatest levels during the summer season. There are also numerous connections to the mainland.
The most important connections are to Barcelona and Madrid-Barajas, with over one million passengers, and Düsseldorf and Manchester, each of which handles over 700,000 passengers per year.
By nationality, Germany accounts for the largest number of passengers, followed by Spain and the United Kingdom.