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Fresh Produce from this Manacor Farm

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Eat / Mallorcan produce

Anyone for plump, juicy tomatoes, recently harvested? Glossy peppers or aubergines? A thirst-quenching, cooling watermelon? These and more are among the summer vegetables and fruit grown in the beautiful, fertile valley in Mallorca near Manacor, known as Sa Vall. This peaceful Mallorcan valley is home to the rural hotel Reserva Rotana, which has its own private nine-hole golf course. But most of the rest of Sa Vall is given over to agricultural activities. We know […]

Where to eat out on Mallorca if you’re a veggie

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Eat / Food / Mallorcan produce / Michelin / Restaurants / Vegetarian/Vegan / Wine

Vegetarians used to get a pretty rough deal eating out on Mallorca, but things have improved immensely for those who choose not to eat meat or fish (and also for vegans). It’s a far cry from our first experience – in 2004 – of taking some island-visiting veggie friends out for dinner. The two Mallorcan women who ran the coastal village restaurant we visited had always been friendly and helpful in the past and, as […]