Digital nomads now make-up a significant proportion of property buyers and renters in Mallorca. We look at why the island is one of the most popular locations in the world to work remotely.
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.
Set in a particularly pretty corner of the Tramuntana mountains, the traditional village of Deià combines picture postcard images with high-society connections.
Santa Catalina has it all. Find out everything you need to know about living in Palma’s buzziest neighbourhood in this definitive area guide.
Sóller has an abundance of good things. Discover them all; from hotels and restaurants to the event calendar, and what it’s like living there.
Palma de Mallorca is a city full of surprises. Move to Mallorca’s capital and discover the very best of what the island has to offer.
Local products 100% made in Mallorca are what many international second home owners are seeking, driving an increase in sales for the artisan design sector.
Find the best place to live on Mallorca. Get to know the unique characteristic of each region and which town or village could fit perfectly with your wishes.
Artà is full of surprises; naturally reflecting its seamless blend of nature, heritage, tradition and modernity, it really is a uniquely special corner of Mallorca.
Glamorous, opulent & elegant, the prestigious Puerto Portals in beautiful bay of Palma, just a 10-minute drive from the city, is one of Mallorca’s most luxurious marina complexes.
With its abundance of luxury villas, world-class golfing and air of serenity, the neighbourhood of Bendinat stands out as one of Mallorca’s most exclusive.
Discover Valldemossa, Mallorca’s most enchanting mountain town; it’s rich heritage and preservation of local culture makes it a truly inspiring place to live.
According to local residents, Santa Ponsa has the best weather on the island. Find out why people choose to move to this part of Mallorca.
Find out all you need to know about Santanyí in Mallorca. From living in the area to the town’s best hotels, restaurants and local events.
Did your favourite town in Mallorca make the list? Check out Helen Cummins’ selection of the prettiest towns on the beautiful island of Mallorca.
Only in Son Vida will you find Mallorca’s best golf courses and most exclusive villas. Find out more in this informative guide by resident herself, Helen Cummins.
Portocolom is lovely east coast fishing village with maritime spirit – attractive to many who wish to move to Mallorca for its slower pace of life.
Fornalutx, known as Mallorca’s prettiest village, lies in a declivity amongst the highest mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range in Mallorca.
Find out why Mallorca is the number one place to move to in the Mediterranean and why it continues to appeal to thousands of expats every year.
Travel over land and sea to each of Mallorca’s radiant regions, where you will find the best places to buy property and enjoy the Mediterranean lifestyle.
Take a wintery walk along a deserted, pristine beach or hike through still verdant mountains and countryside, catching some fresh air and January’s sunny rays.
Majestic mountains and picturesque villages form the Serra de Tramuntana, where many people choose to escape the rat race and enjoy tranquility.
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.
Step inside Alcúdia’s medieval walls and you’ll find a vibrant place to live with its huge cycling scene and buzzing restaurant life.
Those with a passion for wine and olive production love living in Esporles, given it has some of the best terrain the island has to offer.
If you are searching for an authentic town in which to live traditional Mallorcan culture, you will be hard pushed to beat what Llucmajor offers.
Mallorca in November is for taking a rucksack into the mountains and soaking up the fresh air. Clear skies make for a refreshing month outdoors.
While Formentor attracts a lot of visitors in the summer months, it is loved for its peaceful state, sheltered by Tramuntana pines and high rocks.
Enjoy a traditional Spanish Christmas filled with joy this year, take a look at some of the things that make Mallorca in December special.
Portixol and its El Molinar neighbourhood have evolved from their fishing heritage into one of the most buzzing and desirable seaside spots on Mallorca.
Port d’Alcúdia offers an active lifestyle for cycling and hiking types, providing the ideal location for families to move to and enjoy Mallorca.
Thanks to its UNESCO protection, living in Banyalbufar is like living in a time warp. A small but quaint Mallorcan village surrounded by mountains and sea.
Sol de Mallorca’s tranquillity, sublimely luxurious homes, beautiful virgin bays and sweet pine saturated surroundings offers an alluring life in Mallorca.
As well as being home to one of Europe’s most modern marinas, Port Adriano offers an outdoor lifestyle, cultural events and great dining on your doorstep.
Part of the dreamy appeal of living in Camp de Mar is the white sandy beach and its luxury properties situated on the hillside.
Your guide to Santa Maria in Mallorca. We cover all the highlights of living in this small town giving you insider tips from a locals perspective.
No longer just a sleepy little paradise, Canyamel has grown into one of Mallorca’s most luxurious place to invest in property.
The locals on Mallorca have their own approach to property on the island splitting their time between the city and their summer family residence.
Curious about seaside living in Mallorca’s Golden Valley? Our guide uncovers Port Sóller’s many charms, from hotels and restaurants to property.
Smell the pine trees and feel the soft sand between your toes. July in Mallorca is every postcard you ever saw of the Mediterranean.
From its low-key resorts to exclusive hilltop community, this lively coastal region benefits from proximity to Palma as well as a beautiful coastline.
Cala d’Or aces the average resort. Find out what’s good with our guide to hotels, restaurants and the property scene.
It’s not surprising that so many of us aspire to living a Mediterranean lifestyle, but what does that really mean?
Portals Nous is home to a friendly cosmopolitan community, whose town is livened up by the summer swell and luxury yacht marina on their doorstep.
June is awash with colour on Mallorca. Clear skies and clean sea mean that you’ll find all shades of blue and turquoise…
The summer sun tends to linger in Mallorca in September, so there’s no sign of that holiday feeling ending soon.
Pollensa is one of Mallorca’s prettiest towns where its residents enjoy a tranquil life, hiking up Puig de Maria at weekends and taking in beautiful views.
May in Mallorca is mellow, calm and tranquil. Picture yourself cycling along the promenade of Palma Bay in the early summer sunshine…
A family-friendly resort for many years, Puerto Pollensa has also attracted a growing population of ex-pats to its stunning shores.
Spring has sprung! Mallorca is beautiful this time of year with warm, pleasant afternoons sat in the sun and taking the time to relax.
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.