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Mallorca has attracted both ornithologists and amateur bird watchers for many years. Being a fairly small island but with diverse habitats, there's easy access to a wid...
Much of Mallorca's rock is limestone and sandstone, ideal for the formation of caves. There are literally hundreds of them on the island, either below ground or underwa...
Our guide to Food & Drink in Mallorca by our Mallorca local expert - Mallorca has been at the crossroads of the Mediterranean for centuries, so local cooking is mainly a result of a fusion between foodstuffs that were available locally and the gastronomic heritage of those people who, for whatever reason, passed this way, such as the Romans, Arabs, Jews and Catalans - crossover at the crossroads!
Our guide to Mallorca Beaches by our Mallorca local expert - We’ve stopped trying to count Mallorca’s beaches because we get a new figure every time – certainly there are more than 200, and most of these feature fine white sand. They range from the massive Playa de Palma between Ca’n Pastilla and s’Arenal – 5 kilometers of sand packed with tourist facilities and attractions – to tiny get away from it all coves, accessible only by foot, boat or helicopter!
Despite its small size, Palma de Mallorca is one of the great cities of the Mediterranean with loads of variety and interest packed into a small central area. Known loc...
Our guide to Sa Calobra by our Mallorca local expert - One of the most spectacular natural places in Mallorca, and therefore one of the most visited, is the stony beach where the Torrent des Pareis (Twin Rivers) finally reaches the Mediterranean sea, having carved a path through the limestone cliffs and gorges of the Tramuntana mountains. The whole area, including the 8 kilometre canyon, has been a declared National Monument since 2003, and it's home to several hundred species of specialised flora and fauna.
It’s easy to feel uncomfortable or insecure when visiting a spa - let’s face it, we’re not all gods or goddesses! Good spas are all about you, and they start re...
Truly traditional music and dance in Mallorca has been through some tough times, but revival is well under way. During the Franco years and the first part of the tourist boom, local culture was generally supressed in favour of centralist versions of ¨folk¨ music and dance. That´s all changed and the old traditions, musical instruments and dance have re-emerged, greatly enriching island life, for locals and tourists alike.
Our guide to Viewpoints around Mallorca by our Mallorca local expert - It's pretty obvious that most of the popular viewing points around Mallorca are around the coast or in the mountains, but we hope to bring you a few from other areas, as well as some lesser known places where you can enjoy the beauty of this jewel in the Mediterranean Sea.
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