Some of the best things in life are free. Everyone knows that, and in our cities and neighbourhoods we know how to find and enjoy these things, but that is not always the case when we go travelling: we always end up getting our wallet out and paying due to a lack of experience. Therefore, … Continue reading 5 thing you should do in Mallorca… For free!
Mallorca has a lot of incredible hidden spots, some of which are “like something out of a film”. That is not surprising as an endless number of films have been shot on the island. Some were shot entirely here, and others only had certain scenes filmed in locations on the island. In 1913, Films Arte … Continue reading Mallorca: an island of cinema
Holy Week is here already It begins this Sunday, 20, with Palm Sunday and lasts until 27, Resurrection Sunday. During the entire week, processions, the Passion and the Nazarenes flood the streets of Spain, and Mallorca is no exception: processions are held in Palma and many towns along with other events to commemorate the death and resurrection … Continue reading Holy Week in Mallorca
Notaries are one of the figures that we have to avail of when deciding to purchase (or sell) a house. Notaries are the people that “attest” to the signature on your papers that are needed to purchase your future home. They are crucial figures whose involvement in the buying and selling process is obligatory, however, fortunately … Continue reading Notary: How he can help me buying a house?
Thanks to its climate, beaches, culture… However you look at it, Mallorca is a paradise. And the large number of natural spaces on the island make it a natural paradise. Mallorca’s natural riches are one of the most repeated reasons put forward by the thousands of tourists that visit the area each year. Here are … Continue reading Mallorca: natural paradise
Everyone knows about the love story between the British and Spain. It is an open secret. The aim is not to hide it: love should not be hidden. One of the places where this love is felt the deepest is in Mallorca. The British have enjoyed a love affair with the sunniest areas on the … Continue reading The British love Spain and Mallorca
What documents do I need to buy a house in Spain if I’m a foreigner? The answer to this question is very simple: it is compulsory to have one’s Número de Identidad de Extranjeros, commonly called a “NIE” (pronounced “nee-ay”). What is the NIE? The NIE is the identification number for foreigners, a personal, unique and exclusive … Continue reading What documents do I need to purchase a house in Mallorca?
The 14th of February is quickly approaching and we’d like to help you ensure a success on one of those few days of the year you mustn’t forget about: Saint Valentine. If you wish to definitively conquer that special person you just met, or if what you wish to do is enliven the flame of … Continue reading Saint Valentine’s in Mallorca
In 2015 The Times named Palma de Mallorca as the best city in the world to live in, because “it has everything” and “in an accessible manner”. We of course already new that the island of Mallorca was one of the favourite destinations of British people, but what has now led them to crown its capital as … Continue reading Palma de Mallorca: 7 reasons to enjoy it
Pollença is a municipality in the north of Mallorca located between the sea-line and the mountain range Serra de Tramuntana. It is this setting that gives the town its character: its well-preserved nature, its old town-centre, its mannerisms, accent and of course, its traditional festivities. It is during those celebrations most deeply-rooted in Pollença, that one … Continue reading Sant Antoni and Sant Sebastià: Traditions in Pollença