November month of fairs!

November month of fairs!

Fairs in November in MallorcaAutumn in Mallorca means it's time to fairNobody does a fair  like Mallorca in November you're spoilt for choice. Everyone is welcome and there's something to appeal to all. Connect with the flavours of autumn at one of these seasonal fairs which centre around local-grown pumpkins, mushrooms  or visit artisan stalls to get ahead with your Christmas shopping. Pollensa; Fira d'Artesania in Pollença . The Fira d'Artesania in Pollensa is a fair dedicated to selling local artisan products made on the island. Ideal for Christmas shopping! Inca ; Dijous Bo . The largest festival on Mallorca takes place this November in Inca where the island comes together to celebr...
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MUSEUMS

MUSEUMS

Mallorca is very well known. Sun and beach tourism, rest and relaxation are its main protagonists during the summer months.The island is a paradise in the hot months, although it remains so when winter arrives and temperatures drop.There are many alternative plans to do at that time, such as visiting museums. The island has many of them. Each one has its own particular characteristics; from the building to the art form.In addition, all of them take into account the linguistic needs of each one since all the texts that we find during the tour are in several languages.Some of the most representative are Es Baluard, the Fundació Miró Mallorca and, if we want to go closer, the Museu de Pollen...
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The cost of living in Mallorca very cheap compared with the UK

The cost of living in Mallorca very cheap compared with the UK

The cost of living in Mallorca very cheap compared with the UKHow expensive is it to live in Mallorca? Not very...As you might have expected, life in Mallorca is very cheap. Even so, it is important to spend some time analysing the cost of living before you decide to buy a property in Mallorca, whether you plan to live there or just want to buy a holiday home. In the end, you will soon find that Mallorca has one of the lowest costs of living in Europe.Most everyday products cost much less in Mallorca than in the UK, although items imported from home explicitly for foreigners, like baked beans, will obviously be more expensive. Fresh produce is less expensive at the many markets and often act...
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 Coronavirus in  Mallorca

Coronavirus in Mallorca

Coronavirus in Mallorca Mallorca Enters Phase 2 Mallorca enters Phase 2  of the de-escalation of state of alarm measures and the beaches beckons from Monday. Local councils will be able to enforce access limits and control the number of people on beaches, to guarantee the two metres of social distancing. Here are the main points about Phase 2: - We can now be in social groups of up to 15 people.- We can go to the beach, but, the municipalities will make their own specific rules regarding time limits etc.  - Exercise can be done at any time, except between 10h to 12h and 19h to 20h – periods reserved for those over 70, or people accompanied by a career.  - Public swimming pools can b...
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June is here, Living in Pollensa!

June is here, Living in Pollensa!

June is here! Summer started, and the air is getting warmer by the day, slowly heating the sea and the pools around the island. Mallorca is one of Spain’s top destinations. The dreamy Balearic island manages to pack a stunning variety of pleasures. Temperatures are just about perfect and good vibes reign. Everywhere across the island in June, locals and visitors are out and about making the most of the great weather. outdoor terraces at cafés and restaurants are alive with chatter and village plazas are packed. Life on Mallorca in June centres around the great outdoors. Whether it’s walking under perfect blue skies, discovering the city in summer clothes or relaxing on a sandy beach, t...
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A WEEKEND IN PALMA MALLORCA.

A WEEKEND IN PALMA MALLORCA.

A WEEKEND IN PALMA MALLORCA Palma Mallorca is the vibrant capital city of Mallorca, a diverse and breathtaking island located in the Balearic islands of Spain. Mallorca offers wonderful Mediterranean experiences that boast rustic retreats, hiking trails, luxury resorts and more. Palma Mallorca, the city has seen a huge rise in boutique and luxury stays in the last few years, and this teamed with traditional artisan places, Michelin star eateries and contemporary museums, makes the city a place more than worthy of visiting. The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca (Majorca) is all about magnificent blue hues, golden sun rays, excellent food and remote areas to bask in the Mediterranean...
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