Experience the best of Majorcan culture with our guides.

A guide to Bellver Castle Palma de Majorca

Bellver Castle Architecture The Bellver castle is of Gothic styling, dating from the early 14th century. The castle is located to about three kilometres from the centre of Palma de […]

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A Guide to Puigpunyent Majorca

The name Puigpunyent comes from the sharp shape of the UNESCO World Heritage Galatzó Mountain, which is in the Tramuntana area and is the highest mountain in the region. However, people […]

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Majorca’s Music Awards

holidays majorca

This year, during the 26th and 27th of June 38, groups and singers participated with their own written songs in the 1st edition of the Mallorca Music Award. The concerts […]

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Guide to Raixa Estate Gardens Near Bunyola Majorca

Raixa gardens water feature near Bunyola Majorca

The house and gardens of Raixa have Arabian origins. With the abundance of water and the fertility of territories of this privileged place, the Moors founded the Araixa farmhouse here […]

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Easter (Semana Santa) Food in Majorca

Mona de Pascua for Semana Santa

Mona de Pascua are figurines and sculptures made of chocolate that are traditionally eaten during Easter (Semana Santa). They can be in the shape of a rabbit, an egg, a […]

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Concerts at the March Foundation in Palma de Majorca

Art at the March Palace (Palacio March) Palma de Mallorca

Every year, classical concerts are organised as part of the cultural activities of the March Foundation. During spring and summer they prepare a cycle of concerts with great variety including […]

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Semana Santa History

Religious floats in the Semana Santa parade Majorca

Easter in Majorca is a customary religious celebration. In Spanish, Easter week is called Semana Santa. The liturgical events begin on Palm Sunday, along with the ‘Procession of the Entrance […]

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Deia Town Guide Majorca

Deia's terraced houses in Majorca

Deia is a village in the northwest of Majorca half an hour from Palma, between Valldemossa, Soller and Bunyola. It is surrounded by the Tramuntana Mountains with its church on […]

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Felanitx – A little history

Felanitx church and long walk up the steps

As well as the twice weekly market, Felanitx is also a town of historic interest. The imposing church of San Miguel has it’s main entrance at the head of a […]

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Trip to the Monastery at San Salvador – Majorca

Sant Salvador monument and steps in Felanitx Majorca

Situated inland from Majorca’s East coast, the monastery of San Salvador sits on the top of a mountain overlooking the surrounding countryside. It can be visited by taking the road […]

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