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The warm and carefree spirit of the Balearic islands suits a wide variety of travelers. From the pulsing nightlife scene of Ibiza to the slowed down lifestyle in Formentera there's something for everyone at every beat. Though still small, relatively speaking, the largest of the islands, Mallorca, has an inviting sensibility and diverse landscape. We love it for its bright blue beaches, small fishing villages, beachside paella, and rocky cliffside drives.
THE JEWEL OF THE MEDITERRANEAN
01/ CATCH OF THE DEIÀ
Head North from the capital of Palma towards the Serra de Tramuntana, which forms the northern ridge of Mallorca. There you will find a string of small beach towns and fishing villages connected by winding cliffside roads. Deià is the epitome of Balearic charm featuring traditional stone architecture, bright flowering trees and the Cala Deià beach, home to Ca's Patró March, a popular beachfront cafe serving locally caught fresh fish during lunch hours.
02/ CHASING THE SUNSET
Begin one day exploring the area along Mallorcas Northwest coast enclosing the Alcúdia bay. Start at Cala Torta for a less crowded beach experience and make your way north up to Ponderosa Beach restaurant for delicious beachside Paella, a must-do while on the island. Make sure to leave in time to catch the sunset at Far de Formentor, a popular lighthouse attraction at the Northernmost tip of Mallorca. Although this site can get crowded during summer months, it is not to be missed. The slow rocky cliffside drive leads up to a view of crashing waves below with an incredible backdrop of the Mallorcan sunset.
03/ A CERAMIC HAVEN
Once the residence of ceramicist Maria Antonia Carrio, the forthcoming Potter's House Mallorca, located in Son Servera, is set to become an artist residency charged by creative atmosphere and enveloped in shifting light that transforms its architecture throughout the day. Master gardener, Luciano Giubbilei helped enhance the newly refurbished home with a serene exterior landscape fostering a dialogue between the home’s natural surroundings and its inquisitive inhabitants.