The travel guide “111 Places in Mallorca That You Shouldn’t Miss” is a must-have if you want to discover Mallorca’s unknown gems, away from the tourist hordes. Here are tips for everything from nature and cultural experiences to small local shops and fincas. “Mallorca is much more than sun, beach and pig parties”, says the […]
Culture, architecture, nature, beaches and delicious food and wine. Mallorca’s charming towns have something for everyone and the island is no bigger than you can get to them all in a short amount of time.
Seasoned hikers and travel bloggers Toni and Helle give you their top tips for the popular GR221 hiking route in Mallorca.
In Mallorca’s largest city, Palma, Easter is celebrated with processions throughout the city, masses in the famous La Seu cathedral and a theatre performance about the death and resurrection of Jesus.
Menorca is full of delicious local specialities that are worth trying when you’re on the island. Some of them you can also put in your suitcase and take home. Mahón-ost Queso Mahón er kendt langt udenfor hjemøen, og den er blevet en specialitet på højde med franske oste. Mahón-osten er lavet af komælk fra øens […]
Mallorca’s largest city is made up of cosy narrow streets, beautiful architecture, exciting art, charming squares and good food. Here’s a travel guide to what’s worth seeing in Palma de Mallorca. 1. Palma Cathedral Palma’s giant Roman Catholic cathedral, known as the Cathedral of the Sea, is the city’s landmark and main attraction.The cathedral towers […]