9 Things to See on Mallorca

Although I travel pretty much permanently and am on the road non-stop, always drifting from place to place - a lifestyle I am grateful to have with full-time remote work - it is rare that I find myself actually on…

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Visiting Mondragó Natural Park

Out on the eastern coast of Mallorca is an exceptionally beautiful natural reserve. Mondragó Natural Park lies near the town of Santanyí, and is easy to get to by bus and car from Palma, where most people are based -…

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Cala Pi, Mallorca’s Prettiest Beach

Maybe I'm biased because I didn't get to visit every single beach in Mallorca so can't really compare this and declare this the best, but let me tell you - Cala Pi is one of Mallorca's most beautiful little spots. The 505…

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Sa Dragonera Hike

Continuing my adventures around Mallorca, one of Spain's Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea and home to exquisite azure waters and breathtaking island views, I met up with a colleague from work who is lucky enough to live out here and…

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Sóller to Fornalutx Hike

I'm spending a week in Mallorca for a proper holiday - even though I travel pretty much non-stop with my remote work, I rarely get to just have a real holiday. While I'm here, I'm going to be spending as much time…

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A Guide to Barcelona

My final city in Spain on this current three-month long visit is Barcelona, a place I've heard so much about and have dreamed of visting for so long. After a beautiful stay in Sevilla and then a sunny slow month…

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How to Spend a Day in Girona

The final place I visited outside of Barcelona, after a beautiful month being based out of here and falling deeply in love with the region, was Girona, the heart of Costa Brava. The Costa Brava region is nestled against France's…

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Besalú, Spain’s Fairytale Town

The Costa Brava region north of Barcelona, nestled against France's southern border, is one of the most idyllic in the country. Tiny cobblestoned towns filled with ancient architecture, little buildings tucked in to each other, friendly chatter, lively plazas, darling…

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