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.
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.
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!
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’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.
Enjoy a traditional Spanish Christmas filled with joy this year, take a look at some of the things that make Mallorca in December special.
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.
International artists, musicians and designers come to Mallorca to celebrate its creative history and tradition. It’s a magnet for cultural enthusiasts!
Ever more people are looking to what is seen as the simpler and sunnier climes of life in the Mediterranean. But why are so many drawn to Mallorca?
Experience the perfect pairing of nature and food this August in Mallorca, where life is enjoyed outdoors all summer long.
Various developments on Mallorca are pushing towards drawing more upscale quality of visitor to the island.
Camper van rental company Lazy Bus is spreading the slow tourism movement on Mallorca, with its emphasis on the journey and taking time to enjoy your surroundings.
As the environment struggles to cope with the relentless rise in the number of visitors coming to the island, are we doing enough?
Join us on a visual journey of Mallorca’s spectacular northwest. Beloved of artists, writers and those seeking escape, it’s a part of the island begging discovery.