June 4, 2021
The fig trees radiate a lush green, the turquoise blue waters shimmer and an azure blue sky arches over the horizon as the picturesque backdrop at the fjord-like bay of Cala Figuera.
May 31, 2021
The small hamlet of Orient is located on one side of the Puig de Alaró. The sheer beauty of the mountain scenery is reason enough to come here.
May 22, 2021
Located in the fishing town of Porto Cristo, the Caves of Drach (dragon caves) are a collection of four caves extending to a depth of 25 metres. This underground expanse of sandstone, stalactites and stalagmites leads to one of the world’s largest underground lakes, Lake Martel. Here, classical musicians on boats serenade visitors for a ten minute concert – an unforgettable experience for anyone visiting Mallorca.
May 21, 2021
A deep canyon splitting Sa Calobra and leading out into the Balearic creates one of the most picturesque natural highlights of the island. This is wild Mallorca, and if you’re hiking, we recommend bringing a guide with you: there’s fascinating history you’ll want to hear about pirates and smugglers as well as stunning views.
May 20, 2021
Nothing beats a Mallorcan sunset. On an island of towering limestone cliff edges and endless vineyards, there’s plenty of competition for the most picturesque way of watching the sun go down, but a spot at Sa Foradada is hard to beat.