[Ca´n meaning "the home of"]

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"I live where I would like to live. I live in Mallorca, Spain,   and I am not sure there are better places"
  Rafael Nadal

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Island Life

Meet the hardworking people of Mallorca during a well-earned rest in their natural habitat - a traditional outdoor restaurant, café con leche in hand

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Lunch Date

Cecillie and John head down to Taquero Mucho on the Paseo Maritimo to check out some authentic Mexican food and are not disappointed! 

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VINTAGE SCOOTER

TOURS

El Terreno

Garish graffiti next to beautiful wall paintings, drugs and squalor next to Swedish architect gentrification  

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Gallery

Come into the fabulously elegant world of Ana Stan, Palma based event and lifestyle photographer

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Cycling in Mallorca covers all the bases: warm weather, smooth tarmac, consistent gradients, challenging but manageable ascents and flatter routes to recover on. 

All the latest news from our Resident Cycling Expert Geoff Harper

Alive & Kicking

Can't travel? Can travel! Can travel - in Mallorca! Become a tourist on your own island and explore Mallorca as a staycationer! We review three of the tenacious hotels that are surviving against all the odds. 

The

Marton

Hotel

Valldemossa

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Palma 

Suites

Palma

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Palacio Sant Salvador

Artà

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Cala Bóquer 

Property 

This beautifully renovated finca with many authentic features has been turned into an amazing place in which you can feel the love of the owners 

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Motivate

Are you struggling through these strange times? Let Transformational Coach Agnes Lukacs help you move forward and make sense of it all   

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Shot of the month

Serra de Tramuntana

Two mountain ranges enclose the island in the south-east and north-west, the Serra de Tramuntana and the Serra de LLevant. The highest peaks on the island are Puig Major (1445m) and Puig Massanella (1348m)

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