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Whatever your reasons for visiting Manacor – and there are quite a few good ones – chances are that you’ll want a coffee/cold drink/something to eat while you’re in the town. But, with numerous cafés and bars in town, which do you choose? Our recommendation is El Palau. This bright and smart café sits opposite Manacor’s imposing church and an ancient olive tree. It has shaded terrace seating and a spacious interior with attractive décor. […]
The day has arrived when foodies on Mallorca can find out what’s on offer at the new Mercado Gastronómico San Juan. Palma de Mallorca’s first market of its kind echoes similar projects in cities like Madrid, Barcelona, Berlin, and others. It’s a place where you find stalls selling different types of cuisine, which you can take away, eat on the terraces outside, or within the beautifully designed market – perching on stools or standing at […]
The Boss and I recently celebrated our anniversary and marked the occasion with a stay at the rurally located Son Brull Hotel & Spa, near Pollensa in the north of Mallorca. It was the third time we had stayed here, and each stay has been off-season. One day we will get to swim in their large outdoor pool and relax afterwards on the surrounding terraces with a long cold drink, wearing one of the Son Brull straw hats they […]
Gourmet goodies, a world of wines, and a cornucopia of kitchen paraphernalia, are all available in Palma de Mallorca - if you know where to look.
As someone who enjoys experiencing different flavours, aromas, and textures of food, I’m a big fan of eating tapas. The Boss shares this enjoyment, so we’ll be heading off to Inca this Sunday (October 26th) for Peccata Minuta – a gourmet tapas route in the setting of the Cloister of St Domingo. We went to this event last year and thoroughly enjoyed trying the creative tapas prepared by some of the island’s notable chefs. The event is […]