Mallorca Property, Lifestyle and Information

On the Rise: Sóller Townhouses with Pools

Many people are discovering that Mallorca is more than a place for a quick holiday getaway. It is becoming a popular place for people to relocate, on their own or with their families, or to purchase a holiday property. And many are turning west to the Tramuntana to the beautiful town of Sóller. The area surrounding Sóller is filled with...

Where to stay in Mallorca – East

The next chapter in our blog series “Where to stay in Mallorca” is all about the East of the island. East Mallorca has a pretty coastline. There are nice medieval towns like Arta and Capdepera. In the East you find the well-known caves. Felanitx is famous for its wine production. And Manacor is the biggest city in this area and...

9 Things You Should Know Before Buying a Home in Mallorca

Whether you're looking for a private getaway, a permanent home, or a new source of revenue, buying a home in Mallorca may be the best decision. Mallorca is a beautiful beach town full of wonder and beauty. It's a popular tourist destination that hasn't been so commercialized that it's lost its authenticity. There is a historical district, museums, beaches, walking...

The Many Reasons Why You Should Buy a Villa in Spain

Imagine what it would be like to wake up in your own villa, jump into your pool for a morning swim, and then head to the market for fresh produce on a warm Meditteranean day. It sounds like the life of the rich and famous, but this goal is actually much easier to obtain than you might think. The spectacular...

Where to stay in Mallorca – South

We continue with our Blog-series “Where to stay in Mallorca”. This week we talk about Mallorca South region. The southern part of Mallorca runs from Cala Blava up to Cala Figuera. It is the less developed area of the island. Llucmajor, Campos and Santanyi are the bigger towns. There are many stunning beaches in the South. So beautiful that you...

Where to stay in Majorca – Central Discover the other Mallorca

Our fourth blog in the series “Where to stay in Mallorca” is about Central Majorca. Central Mallorca, along with the northwest of the island, is the most authentic. Central Mallorca is less visited by tourists than the northwest. But this region is particularly popular with cyclists and hikers. The centre of Mallorca is rural. Here you find the large agricultural...

How to Choose and Purchase Your Dream Holiday Home

Many people dream of buying a second home in another country. Whether you want a house for relocation, family holidays or as an investment/rental property, there are many issues to consider before making such a purchase. Today, we're sharing our best tips for buying a holiday home.  Choosing a Location As in anything, choosing a location is perhaps the most important...

Where to stay in Mallorca – Palma

Our third blog in the series “Where to stay in Mallorca” is about Palma, the capital of Mallorca. Staying in Palma means an urban holiday in a trendy and elegant metropolis. Palma is unique; a city next to the Mediterranean Sea with a lot of history. Nice beaches, many shops, cafes and restaurants. And many things to see and do....

Everything You Need to Know About Buying Property in Spain in 2020

Is a quarantine lifestyle changing the way you think about the future? Have you ever dreamed of owning foreign property? Has your mind begun to wander through afternoons on cobblestone streets, complete with tapas and a bottle of wine? Believe it or not, 2020 is an excellent time to think about buying property in Spain. A lifestyle of elegance in...

Moving to Spain? Why Soller Mallorca Should Be at the Top of Your List

If you are looking for a more laidback lifestyle for your family or a place to enjoy retirement, the seaside village of Soller Mallorca is a perfect choice. Perhaps you are looking for a permanent or holiday home and want to know if Soller is the place for you. Keep reading to see why Soller Mallora should be at the top of your list....

Where to stay in Mallorca South West

Our second Blog in the series “Where to stay in Mallorca” is about the SOUTH WEST. The South West runs from Cas Catala up to Sant Elm. It consists of 2 municipalities: Andratx and Calvia. The contrast between the traditional inland villages and the beach resorts is big. Beautiful nature surrrounds inland villages like Calvia and Es Capdella. All very...

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