Wine from Mallorca has a growing reputation for quality – the best wines winning medals at international competitions. Take a wine tour to see the numerous vineyards and visit some of the dozens of bodegas across the island. Enjoy some wine tasting and take home a bottle or two: wine from Mallorca is some of the best in Spain!
Today’s weather conditions, the last day of good weather in Catalonia before the arrival of a front that will bring rain and cold, meant that the coast of Mallorca could be seen from Barcelona without any problems, reported El Periodico.
With summer just a memory, it’s time to see Mallorca’s more soulful, quieter side. That is not to say you’ll find little to do on the island in November, however.
A Chinese rocket falling to earth caused havoc at Ibiza airport this morning with a number of flights being cancelled or delayed. At least eight flights were delayed at Palma airport. This is not the first time that a Chinese rocket has caused alarm. Back in the summer there were video images, taken over Ibiza, of another Chinese rocket falling to earth. It landed in the sea without causing any damage.
Like so many islands in the Mediterranean, Mallorca has seen it all. The history of the Great Sea has been played out on its shores, and it has rarely been far from the action. The island’s culture, its traditions, its language and its cuisine all bear witness to the comings and goings of numerous civilisations, occupiers, artists, writers and musicians
The British Ambassador to Spain, Hugh Elliott, told Spanish newspaper El Periódico De España that talks between the two parties over UK driving licences in Spain are advancing well and that a solution could be just weeks away.
After an extreme hot summer with so much bad news, it made me really happy to see an update from Christer Söderberg at Circle Carbon, the only biochar plant producer on the island. It was a short message saying “We will no longer open the weekly market to offer our vegetable products to the public…
Michael Schumacher is understood to begin a new life spending his winters at the family’s property in Mallorca which has recently been extended.
According to Hans Lenz, president of the ABINI real estate association, the United Airlines service from New York-Newark to Palma has led to increased American interest in buying properties in Mallorca. He says that the island’s real estate has always been attractive to Americans, but that it has now become more so.
Calle Sant Carles, in Calvia is the second most expensive street in Spain to buy a home, with an average price of 9.4 million euros, according to data from the real estate portal idealista.
Local residents would rather we kept these particular beaches secret – it’s not hard to understand why. Cala Llombards is a smart second-home community with a long narrow white sand cove tucked between cliffs.
With the arrival of the summer and the sunshine, Mallorca becomes one of the most popular destinations in the Mediterranean; its population multiplies and tourists fill the beaches and coastline.
The first wave energy power plant in Spain is to be built in Port Adriano by Eco Wave Power.
The Public Health Commission, in which the Autonomous Communities and the Ministry of Health are represented, has today “unanimously” agreed to reduce the quarantine of all COVID-19 positives to seven days, compared to the ten days currently set.
Francesc Mulet, president of the Aviba travel agencies association in the Balearics, says that cancellations of flight bookings to the mainland over the New Year period are currently running at around 20%.