The list of places discussed below, to see in Mallorca will help you not skip anything on this island that brings together everything a traveler can dream of, making the most of time. The largest of the Balearic Islands is … Read More
Mallorca is the azure gem of the Mediterranian, and it’s highly popular among tourists who like to chill on the beach by day and party by night. During the summer, especially in mid-August, it can get super crowded, but not … Read More
Mallorca has been working hard to turn its back on the long-standing belief that it is simply a party-island. Instead of a hedonistic booze-fuelled haven for its Anglo-German neighbours, it aims to carve itself a new reputation as a cultural … Read More
Whatever the reason you are on holiday and whatever your age, the variety of experiences in Calvià in Mallorca are endless. Whether you are looking for peace or fun, you can enjoy the beautiful coastline dotted with blue sea and … Read More
Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands which include: Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera. A great place to visit for the entire family, Mallorca has a wide variety of things to do almost every day of the year. The capital … Read More
I love sports that can be enjoyed in the great outdoors, surrounded by nature so I was over the moon that our first full day of the blog trip would be spent trekking in the Tramuntana Mountain Range a (UNESCO world heritage site) which runs 90KM along the entire Northwestern coast of the island. About an hours drive from the seaside resort of Soller, we commenced our day trek with a warm welcome from the donkeys who were ready and waiting for us at the entrance to the Park.