September 2, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

The historical records of Valldemossa go back to the 14th century, when the asthmatic King Sancho built this palace in the mountains to make the most of the clean air. In 1399, the palace was handed over to the Carthusian monks, who remodelled it as a monastery. The Real Cartuja de Jesu de Nazaret (Royal […]


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This quiet little town in the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains is the administrative centre of Calvia Province, which includes the resorts from Ses Illetes to Santa Ponca. Standing on a hill in the centre of Calvia is the church of Sant Joan Baptista; its forecourt provides a fine view over the surrounding […]


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Santanyi old town is full of stone houses built from the local honey-coloured sandstone. The same sandstone was used in the building of the cathedral in Palma and Castell Bellver.


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From a distance, the busy little town of Felanitx looks as though it is surrounded by a wall with many turrets. As you approach, it becomes apparent that these are windmills built on the outskirts of town. Felanitx is the birthplace of the outstanding medieval architect Guillem Sagrera (1380–1456) and the highly original 20th-century painter […]

Why Mallorca

May 6, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Welcome to one of the most beautiful Island in the Mediterranean, spectacular views and countryside make this Island a holidaymakers delight. With beautiful beaches, sunshine and a wealth of mouth watering local and international restaurants, offering simple or sophisticated cuisine. Exploring the island you will discover a wealth of coves, mountains and secluded beaches, picturesque […]


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Founded by the Romans in the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana, Pollen has retained much of its old-world charm with narrow, twisting streets, some good restaurants and a lively Sunday market. The remains left by the town’s founders include Pont Romu, a bridge spanning the banks of the Torrente de Sant Jordi river, at […]


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Inca, the last stop on the train journey from Palma, is the third largest town on the island. A modern industrial place, visitors come here nevertheless, attracted by the cheap leather goods in Avinguda General Luque and Gran Via de Colon. Thursday, market day, is Inca’s busiest time. The stalls lining the streets and squares […]

Street-by-Street: Palma

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In 1983, Palma became the capital of the newly created Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands and transformed itself from a provincial town into a metropolis. Today, it has over 300,000 inhabitants and captivates all visitors as it once captivated Jaume I, who, after conquering it in 1229 described it as the “loveliest town that […]

Mallorca golf holidays

March 11, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

There are 18 golf courses in Mallorca hence, a true paradise for golf lovers. Each course is set in a natural, serene environment with sensational land-scapes around, from the mountains to the sea. 

Mallorca conferences & incentives

October 17, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

At Mallorca Mallorca we specialise in Conferences and Incentives, and have seen this market double in the last 5 years. Mallorca has so much to offer in this market, with Luxury hotels Restaurants and International shopping all just moments away.