After three years of redesign and input from designer Andrea Pussin and gardener Stephen Woodhams, Helen’s home in Son Vida is ready to be enjoyed.
Residents living in Mallorca are familiar with a healthy lifestyle rooted in Mediterranean cooking, outdoor sports such as hiking and cycling as well as socialising at local Mallorca events. The sunny Mallorca weather contributes to a high quality of life, with many people spending their weekends exploring the Serra de Tramuntana, sailing near the Cuevas del Drach and cycling to Cap de Formentor. The Mallorcan lifestyle also includes discovering Mallorca’s secret beaches, learning Spanish, shopping at food markets and supporting the local Mallorcan community. People from all over the world move to Mallorca for different reasons, but everyone can agree that the Spanish weather, cooking and culture are second to none.
The success story of how Juan Picornell established three successful restaurant brands in only thirteen years could be taken from a marketing textbook.
Designer Marlene Albadalejo from La Pecera in Mallorca creates stylish furniture designs that can be found all over the world.
A little playful presentation gives this super simple watermelon and feta salad the wow factor.
Tiny houses are becoming an increasing trend in Mallorca as more people opt for a life less cluttered but no less luxurious.
Meet Júlia Colom, the rising star bringing traditional Mallorcan music into the 21st century – and across the globe.
Bowls of strawberry gazpacho set onto al fresco tables always wins smiles. Delicate in colour and flavour, it’s easy to make, too.
Elisabeth Colom has created a timeless, sustainable and quality item. SANTAPALMA is not just a brand, but a philosophy of life dedicated to responsable consumption.
In 2014 Julià Panadès started making assemblages with ocean plastic, something that informs his larger practice and relationship to the world.
Find the recipes of some of our favourite dishes that capture the essence of Mediterranean cooking – healthy, fresh, delicious and best enjoyed al fresco.
Based in Santa Catalina, NU Market are pioneers on the island in offering sustainable, zerowaste and locally sourced shopping
Artist Cecilie Sheridan talks about her creative work at the Belmond La Residencia and the inspiring collection that fills its walls.
Sylvia Benito Ennis, a life mastery consultant on Mallorca reveals how she helps people overcome their fears and discover what it means to live life fully.
Taking a traditional paella as the base for this recipe, this seafood dish is made extra special with the addition of saffron alioli.
Prospect buyers were given the opportunity at this Open House event to see finished villas from E5 Living’s property development ‘Carpe Diem Camp de Mar’.
Lecturer Dr Suzanne Fagence Cooper delivered her lecture ‘Pop Goes the Artist’ on behalf of The Arts Society Mallorca at Son Muntaner in Son Vida.
Local artist Estefanía Pomar presents her work ‘Happiness by the Sea’ at Rialto Living, in which she plays with the bright colours of the ocean.
Biel and Pau reveal their story of turning beekeeping, an almost extinct profession on Mallorca, into a succes with Mel Vici, their pure Mallorcan artisan honey.
Lemon season on Mallorca means copious amounts of the yellow super fruit. Why not use them in this delicious Greek soup combining lemon juice, chicken and rice!
Classical concerts played in unusual, candlelit venues on Mallorca are alluring audiences across the island.
Sabrina Sassi, founder of Coaching Palma, wants to change the perception of what a personal coach does and explains how she can help you reach your goals.
The Steigenberger Golf & Spa Resort in Camp de Mar offers specialised ‘Medical Beauty’ treatments that rejuevenate the face and body.
At 81 years-old, María Gibert is showing the younger generation how it’s done with her famous Recetas Mallorquinas channel on Youtube.
Klas Käll and Barbara Bergman owners of Rialto Living, explain what it means to turn an interior design store into a place that feels like home.
Designer Tatiana Loona talks over her collection of princess dresses, teepees and giant beanbags amongst other products that children on Mallorca love.