The hottest foodie destinations of 2015

With Danish dining in Asia and Michelin star-spotting in Europe, there were some exciting contenders for the best foodie destination of 2015. Here are five places that pushed boundaries to become celebrated dining hotspots

Spain: Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel and Spa, Mallorca

The Spanish island has shrugged off the lazy tourist clichés of previous decades, not least with the arrival of such a luxury big hitter. Sophy Grimshaw is impressed

Bradley Wiggins on cycling in Europe

The Tour de France champion and Olympic Gold medallist on why Majorca is his favourite cycling destination, his favourite climb in Provence, and the challenges of competing in the world’s most famous cycling race

Five of Mallorca's best restaurants

Whether it's a fine dining twist on traditional Mallorcan food, hearty homemade tapas or surf-inspired, pan-Pacific cuisine, Mallorca has all the ingredients for a foodie road trip, says Katie Gatens

Five great stops on a road trip along Mallorca's west coast

Stunning panoramas from winding hairpin bends along the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, quaint seaside towns and hidden shingle bays... Mallorca's west coast is ideal for a four-wheel adventure, says Katie Gatens

Mallorca: Hotel Cort, Palma

This new city-centre hotel in Palma de Mallorca has a series of beautifully-designed suites, a great mix of modern and traditional décor and a fabulous restaurant to boot, says Lucy Thackray

Mallorca: Gran Hotel Son Net

Set in the rich green valleys and hills outside of Palma, Mallorca, Gran Hotel Son Net is a classic, luxurious getaway just three hours from London, says Lucy Thackray

Video: Sol Wave House, Mallorca's Twitter hotel

Sol Wave House hotel claims to 'create a virtual community' and connect its guests through Twitter in a new interactive experience

Mallorca: Balearic boutique boom

With a crop of chic new openings, Mallorca is getting the luxe treatment. About time, says Isabel Dexter