Blog

Blog

Blog

14th Annual Pollença Wine Fair

This weekend brings the annual Pollença Wine Fair to the town, an event popular with locals and tourists alike. Now in its 14th year and taking place in the Santa Domingo Cloister in Pollença, the fair is one of the largest on Mallorca and the best to be held in the north of the Island. Doors are open from 10am …

Continue reading  

Ten Hotels and Aparthotels in Port de Pollença you could consider for your next trip to Mallorca

For those visiting the north of Mallorca the resort area of Port de Pollença is an ideal base from which to tour the region. At the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana, the mountainous UNESCO World Heritage Site which stretches across the north coast of the island, Port de Pollença looks out across Pollença Bay and towards the Formentor Peninsula. …

Continue reading  

Serra de Tramuntana, Mallorca features in the Country Walking and Bird Watching 2017 Calendar

Last year’s 2016 Bird Watching and Country Walking Calendar Competition was a huge success. The Calendar Competition concentrated on the amazing birdlife to be found on the beautiful Island of Mallorca, particularly within the wonderfully scenic north of the Island where birders and hikers alike can base themselves in the ideally situated picturesque towns of Pollença or Port de Pollença and …

Continue reading  

10 Luxury Hotels in Mallorca

The largest island of the Balearic Archipelago and arguably the jewel of the Mediterranean, Mallorca is able to boast some of the finest hotels in Europe, many of which are set in iconic surroundings. We have included within this blog 10 of the Island’s finest examples of luxury, tranquillity, gastronomy and service. These hotels are listed in no particular order …

Continue reading  

Hiking and Walking in Mallorca

Mallorca has, for a long time appealed to those who enjoy walking and hiking. It is not only the lure of the beautiful mountains and passes of the Serra de Tramuntana that attracts visitors but also the wonderful natural parks and wildlife reserves that can be found around the Island. The reasons for walking are not confined solely to those …

Continue reading  

Serra de Tramuntana

The Serra de Tramuntana Mountain Range is the largest natural park and nature reserve on Mallorca and is well known for its indescribable beauty and spectacular scenery. It stretches from its most southern point on the west coast at Sant Elm to the most northern point on the north east coast at Cap de Formentor. The region covers an area of …

Continue reading  

Out and About in Mallorca

I am sure we all recognise that an easy way to negotiate ourselves around tourist destinations or from one sightseeing hotspot to another is by hire car, taxi or even bicycle. Public transport systems are often overlooked as being either too inconvenient or difficult to use. On Mallorca this couldn’t be further from the truth! Mallorca has an excellent, efficient …

Continue reading  

A brief history of Pollença

Situated on the northeast coast of Mallorca, Pollença is made up of three areas of population, Pollença itself, Port de Pollença and Cala Sant Vicenç. It is one of the most beautiful areas on the Island comprising steep mountains and deep valleys, beautiful beaches and sea views, wonderful countryside and quaint cobbled streets with medieval architecture. The region is rich …

Continue reading  

Enjoy Mallorca