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The Other Mallorca Travel Blog

  • 03/01/2018

    Always in search of the best ways to have fun and see the most beautiful parts of Mallorca, we fixed our helmets, jumped on our bikes and headed off down 18 miles of cycle track from Manacor to Arta. 

    Via Verde Manacor Arta Mallorca

    The Via Verde (Green Way Cycle Path) is an...

  • 02/01/2018

    While the island slows down during the winter months The Other Mallorca is still busy researching the best new places and revisiting some of our old favourites. Here's some great new places that we have recently added to our list of recommended places to stay:

    FINCA GOMERA

    Finca Gomera, Mallorca

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  • 22/06/2017

    Sa Foradada in Mallorca: a beautiful stroll with the enticement of Paella from a wood fired oven and amazing sea views at the end of it.

    Sa Foradada, Mallorca

    Sa Foradada is a distinctive and emblematic rock formation that juts out of the Northwest coastline. It’s marked on century...

  • 06/06/2017

    If it’s time to treat yourself, then it may be worth taking a look at these amazing new rooms with private pools that some of the best boutique hotels in Mallorca have added to their collections.

     Cap Rocat Hotel Sentinel Suite, Mallorca

    Luxurious boutique...

  • 05/06/2017

    Mallorca has many spectacular places to visit, however a visit to the Torrent de Pareis and Sa Calobra should be on everyone’s 'to do' list.

    Torrent de Pareis, North West Mallorca

    Set beneath the impressive UNESCO World Heritage Site Tramuntana mountain range you can...

  • 05/06/2017

    Fancy combining a hairpin mountain drive with some of the most succulent slow roast lamb? Then head to the rustic Es Verger restaurant, home to UK chef Rick Stein's favourite lamb.

    Es Verger Lamb Restaurant, Alaro, Mallorca

    This is...

  • 20/03/2017

    If you’re heading to Mallorca, one of the most photogenic areas to visit has to be the Tramuntana mountains. 

    Deia village, Tramuntana Mountains, Mallorca

    The coastal road spans the whole of the Northwest coastline from Andratx to Pollenca and you can access this...

  • 01/03/2017

    Palma de Mallorca is a laid back yet vibrant city, where children and families are welcome. Below we've given some top tips on what to do in Palma with kids.

    View from Calatrava Hotel, Palma de Mallorca

    The city has a good selection of green spaces and parks to keep kids...

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