Iberostar continues to strengthen its commitment to responsible tourism with hotels that are free of single-use plastics, serving responsible fish, and the protection of the seabed.
With the climate clock ticking, we all – Mallorcan politicians, organisations, and individuals – need to cooperate to prevent ecological disaster and ruin.
Find out how hotels on Mallorca are responding to mass tourism and making the island more sustainable through introducing plastic-free initiatives.
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 light of this year’s Slow Luxury Living magazine, Helen explains why this year has been an important one in slowing down and appreciating where we are.
Based in Santa Catalina, NU Market are pioneers on the island in offering sustainable, zerowaste and locally sourced shopping
The locals on Mallorca have their own approach to property on the island splitting their time between the city and their summer family residence.
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.
It’s not surprising that so many of us aspire to living a Mediterranean lifestyle, but what does that really mean?
Looking to get rid of old furniture? Find out where you can recycle your old items on Mallorca and donate them to places that give them a new lease of life.
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?
Yerbabuena in Palma is the city’s leading health store with an extensive selection of organic products and natural therapies.
Banc de Terres de Mallorca is a network which brings together Mallorcan landowners who are interested in cultivating the land and looking after it.
Designer Margarita Payeras’ Suro is a swimwear brand that uses recycled fabrics from nylon fishing nets lost at sea to create luxury swimwear and bikinis.
Various developments on Mallorca are pushing towards drawing more upscale quality of visitor to the island.
A clever architectural solution helps create a unique dwelling brimming with innovation and simple charm in Palma.
Ananda is the Sanskrit word for ‘bliss.’ It’s the sensation you’ll doubtless sink into on a yoga and wellness retreat at the magical finca Son Salas. Emily Benet met the founder, Nadine Hawa, who admits she didn’t always love yoga.
A new movement making an impact is Slow Design, inspired by the Slow Food- and Slow City-movements – it is more than a choice, it’s a way of life.
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.