Welcome to the ESTRAGON restaurant 


Our guests tell us that “anyone visiting the “Estragon” feels completely at home”. 

Guests such as you visit our establishment to escape the stresses of everyday life and unwind while enjoying traditional Mediterranean cuisine.
Let your senses guide you. When it comes to good food, elegant surroundings and a relaxing atmosphere, your own palate, nose, eyes, ears and instinct are the best possible advisers.
We (Anna Fiehn and Germán de la Fuente) have been running the Estragon restaurant for over 22 years now. It is housed in an old town house on the Plaza Peralada in Felanitx, on the beautiful island of Majorca.

Felanitx is surrounded by the green and fertile landscape of Majorca, enfolded by ranges of hills and characterized by the island’s typical vineyards, almond trees and citrus plantations.

The town was once famous for its abundance of windmills, a few of which still remain to act as landmarks for tourists seeking to climb the nearby Puig de Sant Salvador hill and visit the Santuari de Sant Salvador church at the top, a former monastery and place of pilgrimage.

At a height of 509 m, visitors enjoy a  wonderful panorama of the surrounding peaks in the Tramuntana range. When weather conditions are favorable, you can even see as far as the former prison island of Cabrera.


The “Estragon” is located in a 200-year-old house only a stone’s throw from the town’s historic center. Mounted above an entrance door, flanked by laurel trees, the restaurant’s blue ceramic tile sign attracts connoisseurs and relaxation seekers from far and wide.

Depending on the weather, you can enjoy your food and drink in the restaurant's cozy interior or on the front terrace, surrounded by palm trees and roses.
Visit the “Estragon” and let our chef Germán spoil you with his delicious creations!
Specialties of the house: shoulder of lamb, roast duck, salmon in orange sauce.


We look forward to welcoming you to our Estragon restaurant in Felanitx.
Germán de la Fuente and Anna Fiehn 




Do something good for your body, so that your soul will desire to dwell there.
   - Teresa de Ávila 1515 - 1582

It is better to enjoy and regret than to regret that you have not enjoyed.

   - Giovanni Boccaccio