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The Complete Porto Cristo Travel Guide

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Nestled along Mallorca’s eastern shores lies Porto Cristo, a quaint fishing village embraced by a natural harbor. For those seeking a serene, family-friendly getaway filled with an array of activities, look no further. During the summer months, this charming portside town is packed full of lively restaurants and bars with both international and local cuisine. […]

The Complete Santanyí Travel Guide

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Santanyí is a charming, rustic village located in the southeast of Mallorca that dates back to at least the 1300s. It is a picturesque, golden town full of Mallorcan charm. Best of all, it’s a prime location to reach many of the island’s best beaches. It’s the hub of the southeastern part of the island […]

The Complete Artà Travel Guide

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If you want to embrace slow and mindful travel, come to Artà. Artà is a small, residential pueblo in the northeast of the island that has largely escaped tourist development. It’s a traditional and historic town that has the distinction of being the first in the Balearics to be certified a Cittaslow municipality, meaning that […]

The Complete Binissalem Travel Guide

binissalem

Imbibe in Binissalem. It is a culture unto itself. Drink it in. It’s the Matryoshka doll of history and culture. It is Spanish; it is Mallorcan; it is Binissalem. It is Talaiotic, Roman, and Moorish. It was once the very heart of European wine production. It is now at the heart of Mallorca’s wine production […]

The Complete Deià Travel Guide

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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 Valldemossa Travel Guide

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UNESCO declared the Serra de Tramuntana Mountain Range a world heritage site in 2011. The massif, stretching from the west to east coast across northern Mallorca, is a confluence of natural and cultural significance. To understand why, take a trip to Valldemossa. Former Valldemossa resident and composer Frédéric Chopin called Valldemossa “the most beautiful place […]

The Best Boutique Hotels and Fincas in Mallorca

finca in mallorca

It’s hard to put into words the magic that Mallorca holds. To me, it’s a place where every experience feels like stepping into a storybook. And when it comes to choosing a place to stay, there’s no shortage of options that fit that fairytale. From rustic fincas nestled in the countryside to charming boutique hotels […]

The Complete Guide to Mallorcan Wine

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Drinking wine in Mallorca, like drinking wine around the world, is highly enjoyable because it is an intoxicating experience that connects the people to the environment that surrounds them. Since the environment of Mallorca is exceptional, what follows is an exceptional wine drinking experience. For thousands of years, writers have referred readers to Balearic and […]

Where is Mallorca? A Guide to the Mediterranean Gem

Flight over Mallorca

Mallorca, also known as Majorca, is a famous island in the Mediterranean Sea off the east coast of Spain. With stunning beaches and easy access to the rest of Europe, it has become the tourist capital of the continent, arguably the world. Nevertheless, it’s less known to Americans, who are often unsure of where Mallorca […]

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 […]