Monday's weather in Majorca
Mostly sunny on Monday, but with a yellow alert for coastal conditions still in place for some areas.
Where to go and what to see
Cruise ships in port, daily markets and films showing in English.
Events in Majorca on Monday / Tuesday
Music concerts and screening of two films in English.
Daily Bulletin goes live in London
A special edition to coincide with the World Travel Market in London is being distributed to airports, top hotels and restaurants today and the Bulletin will be coming live from the capital with regular updates on events in and around the largest travel fair in the world.
IAG agrees to buy Air Europa
IAG will pay 1,000 million euros, but regulators will be scrutinising the acquisition.
The love affair
“The British love affair with the Balearics stretches back more than fifty years and is ongoing...”
Palm trees being inspected following woman's death
The tree which fell on Sunday wasn't suffering from any disease.
Palma promoting itself as a sustainable destination
Palma is stressing its credentials as a "sustainable" destination.
Briton who was in Son Espases is missing
There is concern that, given his state of health, he could have become disoriented.
Majorca remains on yellow alert for high winds
The Emergency Services dealt with 126 incidents in the Balearic Islands over the weekend.
Alcudia Hotels close early due to Thomas Cook
An increasing number of tourists from Sweden, Norway and Denmark are choosing to visit Alcúdia.
Briton missing from hospital found in Palmanova
Missing Briton will be taken back to hospital.
Balearics highlighting "sentimental ties" with the UK
Over the course of the year, UK tourism has gone up two per cent and spending by 3.6%.
Angry family of attacked doorman take to social media
The victim had to have 17 stitches in his neck after the attack.
Britain gets a TASTE of Majorca
The Council of Majorca held a special Majorca experience at the Michelin Star Hispania restaurant in Lombard Street, London.
Food & Fosh
Here in Majorca, a local variety called “Esclatasangs” is extremely popular and they are in season right now.
Pa amb oli and Llonguets: original Majorcan fast food
Spaniards, like many other people, tend to think that fast food is synonymous with junk food. It is not and never has been.
Sweet side of a visit to Majorca
A break in a bakery for coffee and something sweet is a good way to rest.
Why you should drink a toast to Majorcan wine
Head to the wineries of Majorca to taste and enjoy its unique wines produced from the local grapes of the island.
ROIG Group a family business dedicated to road passenger transport
The ROIG group serves the whole of Majorca with offices in Cala d'Or, Palma Airport and other points on the island.
What's On in the Winter
You have to see the Christmas markets, the New Year's events, the Three Kings parade, the saints, the fairs, the cycling and the classic car rally.
What's On in the Spring
Fairs, Holy Week processions, Boat Show, Wine Days Mallorca, music festivals, cycling and a triathlon event that should not be missed.
What's on in the Summer
Summer parties and concerts, the film festival, tennis and the King's Cup regatta just to mention a few are the main highlights.
What's On in the Autumn
Themed fairs, musical concerts, tennis and marathon events, Film Festival and a food and drink route are the main events.
Calvia, your better choice
Calvia is committed, year after year, to improve the quality of services, visitor safety and environmental protection.
Calvia: offers a quality and unique Mediterranean experience
Mayor of Calvia, Alfonso Rodriguez, talks about the season, plans for the future and what makes Calvia so special.
With 35 kilometres of coastline it is no surpise that Santanyi has some of Majorca's most beautiful beaches.
Andratx, a unique place with an combination of mountain and sea
Andratx more than sun and beach, there are abundant opportunities to enjoy nature and activity.
Pollença where tradition, history, architecture and culture all combine
Pollença, where tradition, history, architecture and culture combine for those who visit us.
The New Magaluf, have you heard?
Meliá Hotels International have invested more than 250 million euros in the resort of Magaluf, which has become a centre of innovation for holiday experiences.
To be glorious! in the heart of Palma de Mallorca
Welcome to Glòria! is the phrase with which we great all our guests.
Hotel Gloria de Sant Jaume, here tradition and avant-garde find their perfect match
You can enjoy being part or Glòria and we will do everything to make your stay the best!
Meliá Hotels International have invested more than 250 million euros in the resort of Magaluf
From top to bottom, the entire resort complex encapsulates the idea of the "new Magaluf".
Hiking and biking around Majorca
Majorca is a paradise for both cyclists and hikers, as it offers most of the year the possibility of enjoying these two different sports.