The summer months in Mallorca see hundreds of thousands of tourists arrive, leading to near over-crowding in the busiest areas of the island: some neighbourhoods of Palma, the main tourist attractions and parks, and of course its most famous beaches. Although Pollença is renowned as a quieter area of the island, some holiday-goers sometimes prefer … Continue reading Searching for a quiet beach in North Mallorca?
If you love pristine beaches and hiking trips this post is for you: we explain which are the best outings to be enjoyed in Pollença, as a means of discovering incredible beaches! The best unspoilt beaches in Pollença: As any reward that is worth the effort, the following unspoilt beaches lie at the end of … Continue reading Unspoilt beaches in Pollença: discover them!
Further to a post we made on this blog a while ago, we’d like to ask a question on the Facebook page of JS Properties: Which restaurant would you recommend to someone visiting Puerto de Pollença for the first time? Restaurants recommended in Port de Pollença: Numerous tourists that visit Port de Pollença every year … Continue reading Restaurants in Pollença recommended by tourists
In “The little things” – that summer tv commercial by Estrella Damm – Laia Costa showed a bearish Jean Reno how to enjoy the little things in life: a boat outing with a pic-nic, a paella (and some beers) with friends… The brewery’s spot is an ode to the Mediterranean way of life that may be … Continue reading Pollença: a town full of “little things”
Visiting Port de Pollença is an unforgettable experience: enjoying its heavenly beaches, roaming through its surrounding nature on foot, discovering the culture and tradition held within its streets… But besides all this, the Port of Pollença is the ideal destination for treating our taste buds! Here you have a list with some of the best … Continue reading The best restaurants in Puerto Pollença
Mallorca is the favourite destination for European cyclists: year after year, thousands of cyclists come to the island to enjoy riding the roads. From enthusiasts of the two-wheeled experience wishing to explore new routes, to the many professional cycling teams coming to train and prepare for the championship season. Mallorca is the preferred cycling destination in … Continue reading Love cycling? You must come to Mallorca!
There are many reasons to buy a house in Mallorca and we could spend days listing them: 300 sunny days a year, world-heritage nature reserves, endless dream-like beaches… But we’d prefer to give you some advice towards buying it without regrets: 7 tips you need to know to buy a house in Mallorca: 1 Choose the area … Continue reading 7 tips you need to know to buy a house in Mallorca
The Pollença Craft Fair, known as the Fira de Pollença, is the quintessential Autumn event for this lovely town in the north of Mallorca. For an entire weekend, the town is filled with the lively hustle and bustle of crowds visiting the artisanal craft stalls and trade stands. GOING SHOPPING, STROLLS, TASTING TRADITIONAL PRODUCTS, VIEWING EXHIBITS… VISITING THE POLLENÇA … Continue reading Pollença Craft Fair: second weekend of November
Wheat, olives and vineyards were the main farmed crops that the Roman Empire exported to throughout the Mediterranean. It’s no wonder therefore, that in Mallorca these traditions are still kept, particularly the latter two. What can indeed come as a surprise is the quality and flavour of the island’s wines, as well as its oils. … Continue reading Mallorcan wines: enjoy it at vineyards!
Some decisions change your life: treating a girl to a drink, accepting a job… And buying a house in Mallorca is one of them. The day you decide to buy a house in Mallorca you are deciding to leave behind the cold of northern Europe and embrace the warm Mediterranean. You are trading a grey … Continue reading Besta areas for buying a house in Mallorca