Mallorca: The Med.’s Paradise

More than 500km coastline. To be precise, Mallorca has 554kms of coastline with some of the most gorgeous beaches in the Med. But not only beaches adorn the coast: mighty cliffs rise majestically out of the sea! The island offers everything, there for you to choose how you want to spend your holidays. Favourite Mallorca […]

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Mallorca & Kids, what to do in Mallorca with children?

When we talk about Mallorca, we inevitably think of paradisiac beaches, sunsets and unequaled terraces on Mediterranean landscapes. In addition to all this, the island is a perfect setting to spend an incredible vacation with the whole family. The following are just a few of the many options to enjoy Mallorca offers the smallest of […]

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Eating Out: Dinner With A View in Mallorca

It’s a well known fact that Mallorca boasts some of the best restaurants in the Mediterranean. Whether it’s traditional Spanish cuisine, Michelin-starred, international cuisine, or simply a tasty pizza, you really are spoilt for choice. But with such a beautiful island to explore and enjoy, isn’t it something just that extra bit special that makes […]

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Top 10 Must do Things in Pollensa

The ancient town of Pollensa, sitting in the shadow of the Tramuntana Mountains in the north of Mallorca, is one of Europe’s most popular destinations – both for holidays and for looking for properties for sale. And it’s hardly surprising: the town is really beautiful and its nearby port, Puerto Pollensa, has everything you need […]

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Mallorca foodie, places you must visit

The different areas of Palma Old Town as well as the most emblematic villages of Mallorca become perfect locations of the best restaurants on the island among which we find fun places to go for tapas, restaurants with traditional cuisine, Michelin stars, gourmet shops and author cocktails. Mallorca has become in the last years an […]

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Rainy days in Mallorca: try these activities!

Rain in sunny Mallorca? Surely not! Yet, due to Mallorca’s fascinating micro climate and the need to keep the island’s water supply at a sustainable level, it does occasionally rain and many residents are grateful for it. The good news is the rain doesn’t usually last long, and once gone, Mallorca does look rather beautiful […]

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