Mallorca

Find ideas about places to eat, things to see, what to do and meet some of the unique characters who live and work on the island.

Bohemian Beach House

Bohemian Beach House

Mallorca meets Bali, a perfect description for this beautiful oasis. Stepping inside the doors of this bohemian beach house, the first sensation that hits you is the feeling of being in a luxurious spa. The music is soft and the air is touched by a scent of soft cashmere and mint with a hint of pineapple.

Holistic Retreats

Holistic Retreats

Mallorca invites you to slow down, take time to admire its natural beauty and to rediscover yourself. The island has become more and more attractive for holistic retreat all year round. Sometimes a break from daily routine can be a life changer.

Port de Sóller

Port de Sóller

A beautiful harbour in a horseshoe bay with one lighthouse at each end, a nostalgic tramway, orange groves and lots of romantic cafés and shops – Port de Sóller is one of Mallorca’s most visited yet surprisingly relaxed coastal resorts.

Flying in Helicopter

Flying in Helicopter

From Palma to Dragonera in a Robinson 44. “Have any of you ever been up in a helicopter before?” asks Johnny Greenal, our pilot for the afternoon. The three of us sheepishly shake our heads which seems to please him immensely. Flying in helicopter is a totally new experience for all of us. 

Banyalbufar

Banyalbufar

Banyalbufar, a traditional, romantic, almost magical town hidden in the mountains of Mallorca’s Serra de Tramuntana. A place that wows both locals and visitors with its cozy and narrow alleys, pretty houses and cafés, picturesque terraces and its stunning sea views.

Top 10 Cafés in Palma

Top 10 Cafés in Palma

From small, cozy coffeeshops where hipsters sip their lattes to elegant, traditional cafés that have been serving the best classics for many years – Mallorca’s capital has many attractive cafés that will amaze you. We have created a list of the top cafes in Palma.

11 Places to find the best local Beers in Mallorca

11 Places to find the best local Beers in Mallorca

The global craft beer revolution has not yet found its way to Mallorca. But things are changing; there are treasures beyond the mainstream thirst quenchers, one just needs to dig a little to find them. Beer Sommelier Malin Norman shows where.

Macia Batle

Macia Batle

For more than 150 years the award winning winery Macià Batle in Santa María del Camí has been home to some of Mallorca’s most exquisite wines. Every bottle is an homage to their love for wine and art.

Why Mallorca should go organic?

Why Mallorca should go organic?

There is a growing awareness for the value of organically grown food, both for personal nutritional purposes, as well as for the safeguarding of our environment. Here are some reasons why Mallorca should go organic.

How to Get Married in Mallorca

How to Get Married in Mallorca

Find here a complete guide to celebrating your dream wedding on Mallorca, a hotspot with plenty of professionals on hand to make your day perfect. Check out our wedding tips to get married in Mallorca.

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Sineu

Sineu, this small town geographically located in the center of Mallorca is known for its famous weekly market. There is an abundance of cafes and restaurants to explore.

Santa Catalina

Santa Catalina

These days Santa Catalina is an exciting mix of cultures. Stroll down its streets and you can eat and shop around the world.