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Mallorca – Your island in times of crisis

The world is changing, and the news are full of terrible information. Sometimes it is hard to focus on the positive events in life. The Corona pandemic and the war in Ukraine have made many people think. Self-sufficient and free living has gained so much value. Everything in one place Amidst the chaos, Mallorca seems […] Read More

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Petra – Charming wine village

The authentic village of Petra in the center of the island conveys peace and serenity. his is the place to be if you are looking for a slower pace of life and are on the path to finding yourself. The picturesque village convinces with its original and traditional atmosphere. Typical mare’s stone houses and narrow […] Read More

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Lydia Hoffnungsthal – freelance artist from Porto Cristo

“Feeling, emotion and spontaneity are more important to me than perfection, reason and regimentation,” says painter Lydia Hoffnungsthal with a bright glance and her typical, cheerful smile. A life marked by art She grew up in an artistic home and the artist friends in this environment awakened in her an insatiable curiosity for colours, forms […] Read More


The lighthouse of Capdepera

History of the “Far de Capdepera” The lighthouse of Capdepera, built in 1861 and about 18 metres high, the “Far de Capdepera”, is situated in the headland “Punta de Capdepera” at the most eastern point of the island of Majorca. It is one of a total of 5 nowadays still active lighthouses on Majorca. The […] Read More


Barbara Radinger

Freelance artist, painter, sculptor “In the painting process itself, in the movement of the brushstroke, in the change of the structure of the work, in the adding and taking away, or overpainting, lies the sensuality that always makes me want to get involved in a painting.” This is how Barbara Radinger describes her artistic work. […] Read More


Cala Agulla – Paradise in the northeast of Mallorca

Cala Agulla beach, with crystal clear waters, is located in the northeast of Mallorca, in the popular tourist destination of Cala Ratjada. It is the largest of the three beaches that belong to Cala Ratjada. With a length of about 520 metres, you will always find a place, even in summer, despite the good number […] Read More


Son Serra de Marina

The small, beautiful coastal village of Son Serra de Marina (formerly a fishing village) is located in the bay of Alcudia on the northeast coast of Mallorca. Its between the towns of Can Picafort and Artà and belongs to the municipality of Santa Margalida. Perfect for nature lovers, sports enthusiasts and those seeking peace and quiet, […] Read More


Almond Blossom In Mallorca

The almond blossom in Mallorca is something very special. While Germany is still in the grip of winter weather, spring is already beginning in Mallorca. Every year, the almond blossom in Mallorca heralds the beginning of spring. It offers its observers an extraordinary natural spectacle. As early as December, around Christmas, the first scattered blossoms can be […] Read More


Moratorium – What It Means For Some Building Plots In Mallorca

What Does Moratorium Mean? A moratorium is currently in place in some areas – mainly housing estates – on Mallorca. In simpler terms, this is a stop of construction. This means that no building permits will be issued for new buildings or extensions. In the northeast, the residential areas affected include Costa Canyamel, Els Pelats in […] Read More


Processionary Moth In Mallorca

In Mallorca, processionary moth caterpillars are found in pine trees and pines. In spring, they leave their cocoons and crawl towards the ground in search of food. They line up in long chains to forage for food, among other things, to keep predators away. This is where the name processionary moth (Spanish: procesionarias) comes from. Normally, […] Read More