The month of October on Mallorca offers visitors a rich variety of autumn activities and events, both cultural and sporting across the island.
This Balearic jewel set in the shimmering Mediterranean sea is the island that Helen Cummins is proud to call home. From its countless stunning coves and sweeping golden bays to the majestic Tramuntana mountain range that skirts the northern coast, the enchanting isle is as beautiful as it is beguiling.
Hotels on Mallorca are responding to mass tourism and making the island more sustainable through introducing plastic-free initiatives.
Discover all the must-see places in Deià in this exclusive insider’s guide from editor Helen Cummins who shares her local knowledge.
The shoe company Yuccs is bringing Slow Fashion made on Mallorca to Europe. Founder Pablo Mas talks about the “most comfortable shoe in the world”.
International artists, musicians and designers come to Mallorca to celebrate its creative history and tradition. It’s a magnet for cultural enthusiasts!
The sun does not yet want to leave Mallorca in September, and with that summer feeling still going strong, neither do we.
Banc de Terres de Mallorca is a network which brings together Mallorcan landowners who are interested in cultivating the land and looking after it.
The locals on Mallorca have their own approach to property on the island splitting their time between the city and their summer family residence.
Property expert Andreas Botas moved to Mallorca with the help of Living Blue’s Mandy Fletling where she advised living in the centre of the island.
Mandy Fletling, property expert for Mallorca’s central region, talks about living in the area of Alaró and what makes it so attractive.
Experience the perfect pairing of nature and food this August in Mallorca, when life is lived out of doors and you’ll eat al fresco all summer long.
June is one of the nicest times to find yourself on Mallorca. Find out why with this collection of ravishing snapshots of what’s on offer.
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.
On the surface, May in Mallorca is mellow – that’s until you witness a battle reenactment, or see first hand the passion at a local food and drink fair…
Did your favourite make the list? Check out our editor’s selection of the prettiest towns on the beautiful island of Mallorca.
Mallorca is gripped by spring fever in March, as a succession of great events attract islanders and visitors alike.
When northern Europe is dull and dark, escape for some winter sunshine and a spectacle that is only available for 3 – 4 weeks of the year. Visit Mallorca in February!
From the mini-fridges in each room to tiles lining the stair- way everything was found and fixed up for this unique, “veggie” hotel, tucked away on a tranquil side street off the main plaza in Sóller.
Enjoy beautiful views of Soller valley as you hike the surrounding hills, followed by a healthy brunch at the vegan hotel – Ecocirer. Book now!
Mallorca in December is a real treat if you want to enjoy sipping hot chocolate in the winter sunshine al fresco and experience a traditional Spanish Christmas filled with joy.
Various developments on Mallorca are pushing towards drawing more upscale quality of visitor to the island.
Mallorca in January brings a fascinating succession of festivals held to honour tradition and illuminate the darker days.
During the month of November, the locals take ownership of the streets again as the number of tourists drops dramatically. Local festivals, celebrating local delicacies, happen all over the island. Mallorca in November is full of tradition and heritage.