Es Rebost is dedicated to creating high-quality products on Mallorca. We meet CEO Helmut Clemens who explains more about his business model and how he took it from simple idea to a popular Mallorcan franchise.
Thinking of moving to Mallorca? Embarking on your new Mallorcan lifestyle can take time, from the moment you look at properties to buy or rent to meeting real estate agents, finding a job, choosing a school and opening up a bank account in Spain. Living on Mallorca is a Mediterranean dream, with first-class interior designers, architects, developers, builders and construction companies available to make your Mallorca luxury villa or countryside finca a reality. The fine Mallorca weather adds to the healthy Mediterranean lifestyle, whether you’re living in Alcudia, Deià or Palma de Mallorca, wake-up every morning to some of the best beaches in Mallorca on your doorstep.
Since leaving the white sands of the West Indies behind, the Horsman family have found contentment on Mallorca, surrounded by nature and local culture.
Living in Alcúdia is nowhere near as busy as being in the city but nor is it as quiet as life on a finca in the countryside. That’s an attractive balance.
Peter Markham, a former editor at the BBC, shares the highs and lows which come with modernising a house in a medieval Mallorcan town.
With lockdown behind us, how will the corona crisis change how we live on Mallorca and the homes that we live in?
Hamlet Ramírez Marqués, creator of Saranna Café & Gastrobar talks about natural selection in the gastronomic sector on Mallorca.
After fleeing a war zone Zahraa Kareem was offered a scholarship at Palma College, a unique opportunity that inspired her to become an artist.
Looking to get rid of old furniture? Find out where you can recycle your old items on Mallorca and donate them to places that give them a new lease of life.
With the climate clock ticking, we all – politicians, organisations, and individuals – need to cooperate to prevent ecological disaster.
Mallorca has committed itself to a model of sustainable development. We propose 10 actions you can take to help Mallorca become more eco-friendly.
Iberostar continues to strengthen its commitment to responsible tourism with hotels that are free of single-use plastics, serving responsible fish, and the protection of the seabed.
Want to know where artists and media moguls gather in Mallorca? Find out what makes living in the mountain village of Deià so special.
The Tramuntana region on Mallorca offers plenty of countryside and natural landscape. Find out what it’s like to live in the sweet town of Alaró.
Property expert Andreas Botas moved to Mallorca with the help of Living Blue’s Mandy Fletling where she advised him to live in the centre of the island.
Co-founder of Chocolate & Love, Richard O’Connor, shares the ethos behind the company, and how a daily indulgence of chocolate can be a good thing.
Port Andratx is where millionaires flock to buy pretty sea-side villas and humble apartments making it one of Mallorca’s most attractive places to live.
What’s it like to living in Mallorca’s most exclusive area? Son Vida is home to beautiful villas and the best golf courses in the Balearic Islands!
British writer David Coubrough shares the release of his new book ‘Death in Deià’ where he explains how he found inspiration in Deià’s natural landscape.
Knowing which area of Palma to live in can be tricky given the variance in style and surrounding ambience – take a peek at the best areas to live in.
For many Til Schweiger is considered Germany’s most international actor, having worked in Hollywood and produced a catalogue of successful films.
Hotels on Mallorca are responding to mass tourism and making the island more sustainable through introducing plastic-free initiatives.
Mallorcan-born actress and artist Rossy de Palma talks about her new photography exhibition at the Kaplan Projects Gallery in Palma.
Management Turístico provides their clients with the experience, knowledge and tools to help boost their businesses on Mallorca and gain profit.
BIC Baleares International College consists of two campuses, both offering their students a plethora of opportunities from languages to sports to sailing.
ESERP Business School is ranked one of the best schools in Spain by Forbes, not surprising given the range of courses on offer.