A quaint town in north-west Mallorca, where the journey is all part of the experience. Sóller consists of two parts. Nestling in the foothills of the Traumuntana mountain range of Mallorca, among the orange groves and olive trees, you have the town of Sóller. About 3km away, … [Read more...]
These sun-kissed islands are one of the most popular destinations in the western Mediterranean. Explore enchanting coves, perfect sunsets, gorgeous nature, and memorable landscapes by day, and party hard through the night, if that's your cup of tea.
Mallorca’s only city holds something for everyone. It may be small by normal city standards but Palma packs a lot into its compact size. Founded by the Romans in 124BC on the site of a former Bronze Age settlement, all the way through Byzantine and Moorish rule before being … [Read more...]
Explore Mallorca’s very own wine country. If you like wine, then a trip to Binissalem is a must. Mallorca produces some excellent wines though they export very little, so the chances are, unless you’ve been living it up in some of Mallorca’s bars and restaurants, you’ve … [Read more...]
How to plan a day trip to an ancient Mallorcan town that’s off the beaten track. You’ll get the most out of a day trip to Artà if you plan in advance. By far the best day to go is Tuesday, market day, as the general, farmers and crafts markets are well worth the … [Read more...]
This beautiful island offers so much more than its reputation as the world’s clubbing capital suggests. Ibiza (Eivissa in Catalan) is a name synonymous with excess. Throughout its history, Ibiza has attracted thrill-seekers and hedonists looking for an escape from normal … [Read more...]