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How to Plan Your Perfect Getaway to Rural Mallorca

Are you looking for a getaway that disconnects you from the hustle and bustle of the city and connects you with nature? Rural Mallorca is the perfect destination for a relaxing holiday full of authentic experiences. In this post, we'll give you all the tips and recommendations you need to plan your perfect getaway to rural Mallorca, highlighting the wonders you can find at Finca Son Roig.

Carnival of Majorca 2024 in Sa Rua

In the heart of Mallorca, the magic of Carnival comes alive with an awakening full of strength and joy. This 2024, the celebration will reach its peak in Sa Rua, summoning the community to participate in a tradition that amalgamates history, culture and a vibrant spirit.

El Canto de la Sibila de Mallorca: An encounter with spirituality and tradition

In the heart of Mallorca, the Balearic island that exudes charm and cultural diversity, lies an ancient tradition that has endured through the centuries: The Song of the Sibyl. This song, performed on Christmas Eve, carries with it the essence of the spirituality and rich cultural heritage of the region.

Exploring the Mallorcan nature: Three incredible hiking trails

Mallorca, la joya del Mediterráneo, es conocida por sus paisajes impresionantes y su rica diversidad natural. Para los amantes del senderismo, la región ofrece tres rutas espectaculares: Son Frigola, Camí des Puig y Puig Blanc.

All Saints Day in Mallorca: A festival of sweet flavors

Mallorca, the picturesque Balearic island of Spain, is known for its rich culture and traditions. The Feast of All Saints, celebrated on November 1, is one of the island's most beloved holidays, not only for its religious significance, but also for the delicious delicacies that accompany it.

Sant Bartomeu in Montuïri: A Mallorcan Festivity

Mallorca, the Balearic island known for its pristine beaches and rich cultural heritage, continues to celebrate traditions and festivities throughout the year. At the end of September, Mallorcans and visitors have the opportunity to immerse themselves in one of the island's most enchanting festivities: Sant Bartomeu in Montuïri.