Summer has arrived, the weather has started to improve and the beach days and coming back around. Mallorca has over 200 different beaches and coves across the whole island and some of them are famous worldwide. Whether you’re looking for a small cove or a long sandy beach, you can find a bit of everything. Even from the centre of the capital city, Palma de … Continue reading 5 Paradise Beaches less than 30 mins from Palma de Mallorca
I for one, love to eat breakfast out in Palma. There are so many lovely places to head out to get a bite to eat and if the sun is shining, which it often is, what better way to start your morning than with some vitamin D and a cafe con leche. Whether you want just a typical toastada con tomate or a full on brunch, I’ve made a list of … Continue reading 5 Local Places to Enjoy Breakfast in Palma de Mallorca
I was wandering down the streets of Palma the other day and I came across a new shop which really caught my eye. It seemed like a souvenir shop but with really quirky and unique products like a sobrassada magnet or an ensaimada cushion! The shop I found was called Spaint and its now one of my favourite independent shops in Mallorca. Why? Because they … Continue reading Discover The Extraordinary Arts Souvenir Shop in Mallorca
Many universities in the UK and around the world give their students the opportunity to study abroad. For me it was very difficult to find out about our study abroad program and once I had, even more difficult to get all the papers signed and get my place confirmed. But in the end I did it and I got my place in Madrid for the second … Continue reading 10 Reasons You Should Study Abroad
You may have already noticed, the fancy new shop in Calle San Francesc, in the Calatrava neighbourhood of Palma’s old town. Urban Drivestyle is pretty self explanatory; urban driving, in style. Think of Bikes, Scooters, Motorbikes and any other form of urban driving, but electrical, quiet, smooth and fast. Cars Cannot Drive in the centre of Palma As recently the old town of Palma has … Continue reading Urban Mobility is Revolutionising the City of Palma de Majorca
When I moved to Palma after living in Madrid, I thought there was a real lack of roof terraces which is a shame because I love sitting on a rooftop with a cocktail in the evenings… Over the last couple of years there have been a few new rooftop bars popping up and I’ve managed to discover some which were a little harder to find … Continue reading 9 Rooftop Bars You Should Visit in Palma de Mallorca
Winter is getting closer and the days at the beach are coming to and end. But don’t worry, the fun doesn’t stop here! The famous Saturday Vermut bar crawl or Vermut Cultural de Canamunt is returning to Palma’s old town! They offer a local vermut and a small tapa/snack for just 2.50! The Vermut Ruta is similar to La Ruta Martiana but rather than a Tuesday … Continue reading Vermut Cultural de Canamunt Returns to Palma de Majorca!