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 […]

Mallorca attractions

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Alcúdia Set between two huge bays, Badia de Pollença and Badia d’Alcodia, this busy town was once a Roman settlement. Although you can see remnants of its ancient past, the town has a slightly sanitised feel and most of the medieval walls encircling it are a modern copy. Just outside the walls are the remains […]

Mallorca family vacations

February 11, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

One of the ever-popular Balearic Islands, Mallorca is the perfect location for a quiet romantic holiday or full-on family fun. Where is it? Mallorca is the middle, and largest, of a set of islands set in the Mediterranean off the east cost of Spain. It has a varied terrain, which means that although the majority […]

Colonia de Sant Jordi

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The town of Colonia de Sant Jordi lies on the southern end of the island. It has a handful of modest hotels, a few restaurants, a pretty beach and an interesting harbour.

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 […]

Arta

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This hilltop town was built on the site of an Arab stronghold; its name is derived from the Arabic word jertan (“garden”). Much of its medieval walls and fortifications have survived to this day. The town’s most interesting structure is the hilltop Santuari de Sant Salvador. It can be reached from the mid 13th-century parish […]

Andratx

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Andratx has ancient origins and was known as Andrachium by the Romans. It lies in a valley of olive and almond groves, at the foot of the Puig de Galatzo(1,028 m/3,400 ft). The local architecture is typical of the inland settlements that used to defend the island against raids by pirates. Old ochre-colour houses with […]

Mallorca golf holidays

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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.