The Miró Mallorca Foundació – the museum in Palma which honours the life and work of Catalan artist Joan Miró – will celebrate its 25th anniversary with the renovation and re-opening of the ‘Taller Sert’ – (Sert’s workshop) in June 2018.
With the summer months coming to a close, the Balearic capital, Palma de Mallorca, is gearing up for the start of the city’s events season. Throughout September and October, Palma hosts a diverse range of cultural and sporting events, making it an ideal time for a short break. Here is just a selection of things […]
Staff and members at Mallorca’s number-one golf destination, Son Gual, got together to raise a glass to celebrate the venue’s 10th anniversary.
British Airways has announced new winter flights to Tenerife, one of the Canary Islands, departing from Heathrow. The route is in addition to BA’s existing Gatwick to Tenerife offering.
San Juan Gastronomic Market has opened in Palma de Mallorca in the emblematic S’Escorxador cultural centre. Originally designed at the start of the 20th century as the city’s central slaughterhouse, S’Escorxador has long been known for its design credentials winning recognition from the National Exhibition of Fine Art in 1906.
Having exited a six-year downturn, Spain is going through a particularly purple patch and is on course to become the largest economy in the eurozone overtaking the UK, and the United States outside. The nation has posted seven consecutive quarters of growth and its property market is mirroring this optimistic outlook.
The Mayor of Palma, Mateo Isern, and the president of the Association of Industrialists of Mallorca (ASIMA) Miguel Bordoy, signed yesterday (May 19 2015) the act of declaration of intent in which Palma City Council agrees to start work on the change of use for the old fire station located in Son Castelló Industrial Estate – repurposing […]
With property sales already up 29.2% in 2014 over the previous year, and foreigner buyers accounting for 11% of the total, the Balearics are enjoying a purple patch. However with new legislation to relax the requirements for a ‘Golden Visa’ and dramatic interest and exchange rate trends, 2015 is set to go down in history.
Balearics news selection from the last seven days and upcoming items including roundabouts in Ibiza, Hugh Laurie, a goodbye to a songwriter and Palma de Mallorca announced as the best place in the world to live. Published on Tuesdays.