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Beach Spotlight: Cala Tuent

cala tuent

The most magnificent road on the island winds past unimaginable views to arrive at a soft, pebble stone beach, where the water is clear, snorkeling superb, and rugged mountains spire above. Cala Tuent exemplifies Mallorcan exceptionalism. Many flat, sandy coastlines in southern Mallorca make for postcard beach vacations. But Cala Tuent sits in the north, […]

Beach Spotlight: Platja Port des Canonge

platja port des canonge

Nowadays, Mallorca may have no hidden destinations, but Platja Port des Canonge is a gem. Less than 10 kilometers from the fresh, chill town of Esporles is this natural port favorited by the mountain town locals.  The incredibly steep, narrow road full of hairpin turns keeps the unwilling away, but when you reach the bottom, […]

The Complete Santa Maria del Camí Travel Guide

santa maria del cami

I was excited to write this guide to Santa Maria del Camí. It’s the place I’ve called home for going on a decade now. Quaint and picturesque yet easily accessible, this authentic Mallorcan village bordered by vineyards and backdropped by mountains is the perfect place to take a step back and appreciate the best of […]

Beach Spotlight: Es Coll Baix

es coll baix

Mallorca has 262 beaches. Some are long, sandy, and lined with restaurants and bars, like Platja de Muro. Others are small, rocky, and hemmed in by steep cliffs, like Sa Calobra. Some, celebrities like to frequent, such as Cala Deiá. But Es Coll Baix is my favorite type, a virgin beach that is adventurous to reach. Es Coll […]

Beach Spotlight: Sa Calobra

sa calobra

Forbes recently ranked Europe’s most beautiful beaches, and the top spot didn’t go to a Greek island, the Almafi Coast or even the Côte d’Azur. It went to Sa Calobra, right here in Mallorca. Anyone who’s made the winding trip there can tell you why. From the moment you top the Tramuntanas and begin descending […]

The Complete Deià Travel Guide


Where rugged, limestone mountains roll through terraced olive groves and fall into the sea sits a tiny village clinging to the cliffsides. “Deià is perhaps the most beautiful place in the world,” said one friend. “This is really special,” said another. Robert Graves – the late prolific author and longtime Deià resident – professed that […]

The Complete Port De Sóller Travel Guide

Port de Soller

Port de Sóller is a stunning bayside town easily accessed from Palma. Due to its breezy accessibility, the port hums with life in the warmest months of the year. Its crescent shaped beach is bordered by a promenade and lined with restaurants, bars and ice cream shops. The bay sits low below the steep Serra […]

Get Away From the Crowd: The Best Virgin Beaches in Mallorca

Don’t listen to the internet. Google “best virgin beaches in Mallorca,” and you’ll find the same list repeated a hundred times: Cala Llombards, Cala Barques, Cala Deia. While these beaches are beautiful, they’re far from virgin. I’ve lived in Mallorca long enough to know just how crowded they get on your average August weekend. If […]