Don´t fail to discover the cultural diversity and landscapes of perhaps one of the most beautiful islands in the world. I love to drive across “my” island where I keep discovering new things all the time. It is exciting to follow the footsteps of the ancient Romans in Pollença or Alcudia. Impressive: the Cap Formentor in the northernmost part of the island.
Sóller, Fornalutx, Deià, Valldemossa, Calvià, Caimari, Santanyi, Ses Salines, Artà, Alarò and Porto Colom have a very special – although completely different – atmosphere which, I am sure, will fascinate you. Pay a visit to some of the island’s most beautiful wineries and taste some of the most delicious wines from local grapes such as “Prensal blanc” and “Manto Negro”, which have gained international recognition.
Inhale the aroma of the big wide world at the stylish marinas of Port Adriano and glamorous Puerto Portals, the laid-back Port d´Andratx, the Royal Club Náutico de Palma, the idylllic Marina de Cala d´Or or the noble Real Club Náutico de Pollença.
And whenever you visit Palma you never grow tired of visiting the Cathedral and the charming little alleyways around the Plaza Mayor. In the centrally located Lonja and trendy Santa Catalina areas, you can shop and eat to your heart´s content. For those who like to take long walks along the beach, Portixol offers a beautiful seaside promenade and you can relax body and soul in one of the restaurants or beach clubs with a glorious view of the sea.
Text: Eva von Oheimb