The month of October on Mallorca offers visitors a rich variety of autumn activities and events, both cultural and sporting across the island.
Author: Luxury Lifestyle Mallorca
During the month of November, the locals take ownership of the streets again as the number of tourists drops dramatically. Local festivals, celebrating local delicacies, happen all over the island. Mallorca in November is full of tradition and heritage.
Try out some of these delicious picnic recipes, inspired by the autumn season and best enjoyed surrounded by nature.
Rialto Living hosted the opening night of Barcelona-born artist Francesc Roca’s latest works, exhibited under the title ‘Càlcul d’estructures’.
Knox Design celebrated its 15 year anniversary with a party on the terrace of their Son Bugadelles showroom, just outside Santa Ponsa.
Couscous is often best served simply, and in this recipe pomegranate seeds provide delicious pops of sour sweetness.
These savoury tartlets are filled with sautéed red pepper, paprika, tomatoes and basil, all encased in delicious shortcrust pastry. Try out our recipe!
Closely related to the pumpkin, the sweet and earthy flavours of the butternut squash are the epitome of autumn.
Furniture and interiors store Kare Mallorca hosted a glitzy event with a mix of design and fashion at their Son Bugadelles showroom.
The Morano Clinic celebrated its 30th anniversary with a party made up of family, friends and colleagues in their Palma practice.
There’s no need to tinker with this classic bean salad, which combines white and red kidney beans with red onion, cucumber and mustard vinaigrette.
Enjoy a trendy alternative to eating out in a restaurant on Mallorca: gourmet pop-up dining in an exclusive venue, offered by Charlie’s Kitchen.
Cool contemporary art space Altair Gallery was the venue for the ‘Urban Oasis’ Pop-Up Store event organised by Espacio Bang & Olufsen.
Award-winning design and communication specialist, Nina Wiemer, spoke to us about the inspiration behind her her flat in Palma’s historic old town.
Palma-born artist Toni Salom is showing his latest exhibition ‘Pretending Life’ at the Rialto Living gallery until September 19th.
Set in a charming centuries-old building, Stick No Bills gallery sells genuine vintage and retro-style poster art inspired by the golden age of travel.
Once again international VIPs, industry professionals, yacht owners and crew attended Copa del Rey’s Fiesta de Armadores glitzy annual party.
The Can Axartell winery provided a fine setting for this presentation event organised by the pioneering Swiss medical centre, the Clinique La Prairie.
If you are looking for a quiet retreat on Mallorca, we recommend spending time in the valley of Sóller at one of Ananda’s meditative yoga retreats.
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