A Winter in Mallorca
No; it’s not the famous autobiography written by George Sands describing her experience in Mallorca. Mallorca may be a small island, but it can’t be overlooked if you’re looking to have a mild winter and connecting with lovely people in the winter season.
Mallorca has a lot to offer during the winter aside being warmer than most parts of Northern Europe; it is also the perfect spot for a winter getaway. If you’re looking to swap the winter of Northern Europe for Northern Mallorca, then Mallorca is the ideal location to fulfill all your expectations and much more.
If you’ve ever visited Mallorca in the summer, then you should come in the winter because it is even better as the beauty of the island radiates even more in the winter season.
St. Antoni Abàt’s Eve
Music and Singing! Dancing! Eating! Bonfire! This is what the St. Antoni Abàt’s festival is all about and much more.
A festival that is is steeped in history, St. Antoni Abàt’s Eve has been celebrated in Mallorca for a long time, and is one event that is keenly anticipated after the New Year celebrations. Named after St. Antoni, the patron saint of farm animals, this festival attracts guests from all around the world and is held on the 16th of January before St. Antoni Abàt’s Day on the 17th of January each year.
As a new summer season springs into life, we begin to fully embrace the fortuitous gift that is nature, a force which unquestionably defines and encompasses the Pollensa way of life. The municipality of Pollensa has long-treasured the land on which it lies; all opportunities whether social, economic or cultural have arisen largely due to the vast disparities in the landscape.
Privileged to only be an arm’s length from the mountains, countryside, beaches and sea, Pollensa is a haven for activity and the perfect retreat for holiday makers. We present a late June issue for those wishing to similarly connect with the surrounding environment, to learn, experience and appreciate what makes the Pollensa region in particular so special.