With the climate clock ticking, we all – politicians, organisations, and individuals – need to cooperate to prevent ecological disaster
Mallorca is one of the most visited Mediterranean islands in the Balearic Islands for fantastic summer holidays and weekend breaks. Holiday-makers and second home owners are not only attracted by the promise of 300 days of sunshine but also the 246 sandy beaches, the finca and boutique hotels, 24 golf clubs, the modern ports, and the excellent infrastructure of international schools, world-class lawyers and banks. This makes living on Mallorca highly desirable for the luxury real estate and travel markets. From the vibrant capital of Palma to the Serra de Tramuntana and the Northern tip of Formentor – each area of Mallorca has its own distinct landscape and character.
Mallorca has committed itself to a model of sustainable development. We propose 10 actions you can take to help Mallorca become more eco-friendly.
Spring has sprung! Mallorca is beautiful this time of year with warm, pleasant afternoons sat in the sun and taking the time to relax.
Set in a particularly pretty corner of the Tramuntana mountains, the traditional village of Deiá combines picture postcard images with high-society connections.
Discover all the must-see places in Deià in this exclusive insider’s guide from editor Helen Cummins who shares her local knowledge.
Another year, another release of great books inspired by Mallorca. Find out which ones made the cut in this list of the best books of 2020.
Mallorca is gripped by spring fever in March, as a succession of great events attract islanders and visitors alike.
Find out all you need to know about Alaró in Mallorca. From living in the area to the town’s best hotels, restaurants and local events.
It’s a colourful life on Mallorca! Here you’ll find the photos that made the top 101 hc/ photo album. Not an easy task given how many amazing photos there are!
Port Andratx is home to some of Mallorca’s best seafood, an international sailing club as well as fantastic restaurants. Find out more in this hc/ guide!
Only in Son Vida will you find Mallorca’s best golf courses and most exclusive villas. Find out more in hc/’s definitive area guide!
Did your favourite make the list? Check out hc/’s selection of the prettiest towns on the beautiful island of Mallorca.
Mallorca’s capital is picture perfect. From cobbled streets to swaying palm trees, Palma is set to become one of Europe’s hottest city-break destinations.
Palma is full of surprises. Find out everything you need to know about living in the capital in this area guide by resident Helen Cummins.
Palma’s mayor José Hila Vargas reveals his plans for 2020 as he hopes to create a city that is innovative, sustainable and open all year around.
Another year, another release of great books inspired by Mallorca. Find out which ones made the cut in this list of the best books of 2019.
Looking to get rid of old furniture? Find out where you can recycle your old items on Mallorca and donate them to places that repair, resell and recycle.
Mallorca in November is full of tradition and heritage, offering visitors a rich variety of local festivals and island delicacies.
Santa Catalina has it all. Find out everything you need to know about living in Palma’s buzziest neighbourhood in this definitive area guide.
In our increasingly chaotic world, The Slow Movement is gaining in popularity with many choosing to live on Mallorca and enjoy a more tranquil life.
The month of October on Mallorca offers visitors a rich variety of autumn activities and events, both cultural and sporting across the island.
Dr Helen Cummins, editor of abcMallorca’s premium Slow Luxury magazine explains how the project came together and what makes it special.
Hotels on Mallorca are responding to mass tourism and making the island more sustainable through introducing plastic-free initiatives.
International artists, musicians and designers come to Mallorca to celebrate its creative history and tradition. It’s a magnet for cultural enthusiasts!
Cleanwave is an initiative by German entrepreneur Philipp Baier which offers a solution to the daily deluge of plastic bottles which are used on Mallorca.