The best place to stay in Mallorca
The island of Majorca is one of the most popular destinations in Spain for its idyllic beaches with crystal clear water, its sunny Mediterranean climate and its exquisite gastronomy. But that's not all, the largest Balearic island is also the most complete and, therefore, the perfect choice to disconnect from your daily routine, have fun and reconnect with yourself. We want to help you discover the best place to stay in Mallorca, where you can enjoy your experience to the full.
How to get started in slow life | Slow hotels and tourism
The Slow Life movement is a holistic philosophy of life, a way of understanding the world around us and how we can live it day by day.
Yoga holidays in Mallorca
We all feel the need to recharge from time to time. And we must do so, not only because it is pleasant, but for our physical and mental health. That’s the reason why Finca Serena Mallorca offers different options for the well-being of its guests.
How to have a luxury vacation in Mallorca
Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands, is one of the favorite tourist destinations because of its exclusivity and beauty.
Golf Park Mallorca Puntiró Tour
Siendo un deporte en plena naturaleza, una escapada de golf es necesaria para disfrutar de todas las bondades que nos ofrece Mallorca.
Soller, Spectacular natural beauty, authentic traditions
In the heart of Mallorca’s Tramuntana mountain range, known locally as the ‘Valley of Gold’, you’ll find a glorious jewel that is the little town of Sóller. Situated on the north-east coast, it was developed during the 19th century when the region was completely cut off from the rest of the island by mountains. What it did have was a deep, natural harbour that was used for exporting the oranges that grew abundantly in the valley, and which ultimately put the little town on the map.
The origins of paradise, archeological remains and legends
The Balearic Islands guard secret corners filled with history and legends where one can imagine oneself in times gone by, and how our prehistoric ancestors lived. Archaeological remains, prehistoric fortifications from the acclaimed Bronze Age that stand testament to the authentic places that today define Mallorca’s prehistory.
An island of paths to be explored and enjoyed by bike
The authentic Mallorca is characterised by its unique culture, filled with history that is etched in its craft and gourmet products, views and beaches. But the island is also an especially attractive place for lovers of trekking and particularly bicyclists.
Algaida, three villages in an idyllic landscape
Algaida is a municipality located in the centre of Mallorca, a collection of three separate villages; the eponymous Algaida, Pina and Randa. Its roots are Arabic (words starting with Al normally denote a Moorish root in Spain), founded in the early 13th Century.
Discovering the charming villages of Mallorca’s interior
Spain is in reality a collection of different regions that offer varied landscapes, cultures, cuisines (and in some cases languages) to be discovered by the contemporary traveller. Mallorca is no exception, in fact with its extraordinary location in the Mediterranean Sea the island has been colonised by successive waves of invaders who have left their mark on the natural and man made landscape.