Guides

Banyanlbufar: a bounty of views

Posted: Saturday, 26th November 2016

Views. Views. Views. This is what Banyalbufar is all about. Stunning terraced hillsides are the glory of this pretty coastal village. Steep cliffs are certainly not the ideal place to tend crops or livestock let alone build a village. Yet through ingenious terraced design, generations of Banyanlbufar residents have achieved...

Hiking Mallorca: El Camí des Correu

Posted: Thursday, 14th April 2016

Fancy soaking up sights spanning leafy oak groves, incredible coastlines and ancient church architecture all in one go? Take to your feet and tackle the fantastic El Cami des Correu hike. This scenic path is not for everyone as there are some steep parts with an accumulated uphill grade of...

Embrace all Alaro has to offer

Posted: Thursday, 10th March 2016

Alaro is distinguished by its towering twin peaks of Castell and s Álcadena. Such iconic landmarks are popular fodder for folklores involving the likes of kings and witches. Feast your eyes on these unmissable markers as you enter Alaro from Consell. Once within Alaro, be sure to conserve enough energy to...

Mallorca beaches: Port des Cononge

Posted: Sunday, 24th January 2016

Love a remote beach experience where you can simply be present in the coastal beauty with no distractions? Port des Cononge is a true treat. Lying close to Banyalbufar, this petite yet pretty port is a beautifully unspoiled retreat. Why not let your feet take you there. Certainly there is parking...