From its rich and healthy lifestyle to its cosmopolitan and creative community, Mallorca has proven to be a safe haven for digital nomads.
Here we lay out the basics on how to apply for the Digital Nomad Visa and become part of this thriving international community.
Unlike its closest seaside neighbours, Puerto Pollensa and Cala San Vicente, living in Pollensa is quieter offering families a slice of Mediterranean luxury.
Find out how you can stay longer in Mallorca with a Golden Visa! See where to get it and how to apply easily here.
Want to know where artists and media moguls gather in Mallorca? Find out what makes living in the mountain village of Deià so special.
Living in Artà offers an abundance of opportunities, through its rich cultural heritage and deeply rooted traditions, find out more here!
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.
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.
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!
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.
A unique way to earn income from your holiday home is to register with a production location agency who will offer it for photo and film shoots on Mallorca.