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.
Tag: Slow Living
If you’ve moved to Mallorca from abroad, you’ll know that it can take time to feel settled. Find out here our top tips to feeling better at home.
It’s not surprising that so many of us aspire to living a Mediterranean lifestyle, but what does that really mean?
With the climate clock ticking, we all – Mallorcan politicians, organisations, and individuals – need to cooperate to prevent ecological disaster and ruin.
Mallorca has committed itself to a model of sustainable development. We propose 10 actions you can take to help Mallorca become more eco-friendly.
With lockdown behind us, how will the corona crisis change how we live on Mallorca and the homes that we live in?
In this 2020 Slow Luxury Living magazine, Helen explains why the year was an important one in slowing down and appreciating where we are.
The locals on Mallorca have their own approach to property on the island splitting their time between the city and their summer family residence.
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.
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?
If it’s hot and happening, it’s in. Fuelled by love for the island, abcMallorca magazine has been a golden source of info for more than a decade.
Ever since Laura Buadas founded the Balearic branch of the worldwide Slow Food movement, she’s been helping people on Mallorca eat healthily and fairly.
Denmark gave us Lego, Pandora, and Bang & Olufsen, but its latest contribution to modern life – hygge – could be the best and simplest yet.
Instant gratification – I want it here and I want it now. Sound familiar? Today’s unrelenting pace of consumption, together with the short attention span for the new, perpetuated by ease of accessibility.
Resigning to spend more time with your family is one of life´s great euphemisms. But maybe now is finally the time to put family first for a change, suggests Adrienne Cullen.
Psychologist Isabella di Carlo examines how the attitude towards luxury is evolving and changing in these challenging times.