Find out which cruise ships are in Palma's port today
No cruise ships are scheduled in port.
Former British boxer arrested in Alcudia for assaulting his partner
Stephen Kinnersley has convictions for violence in the UK.
Foreign immigration keeps Balearic population growing
The Balearics is one of only a few Spanish regions that registered population growth in 2021.
Barcelona? Bayern? PSG? For the moment Mallorca is just fine
"Should I stay or should I go..."
War of words over island's top beach
"Should be stripped on national park status...."
A beautiful yacht with a very long history cruises Mallorca waters
"She has had numerous owners over the years..."
20-year sentence upheld for driving into a group of people outside a club
The incident occurred in Arenal in April 2019.
Cristiano Ronaldo promises to pay for all damage caused by Bugatti accident
A "very polite man and woman" told the property owner to keep the bills.
MUMIT Jewellery brand opens its first boutique in Palma
From their sophisticated colours to their carefully chosen decoration, MUMIT seeks to transport their customers to a paralell universe where elegance, sophistication and modernity reign.
To fable is to invent wonderful things
In addition to being wonderful writings, it highlights the temperament of the Mallorcans and the weight that the matriarchy has had on the islands.
Can Picafort, the cultural reference of the north of Mallorca
The whole town has been revalued as a tourist destination and the culture and art it offers, which is unique in Mallorca, has been expanded.
Ancaeus in The Orange Garden
Ancaeus is abandoned ont he sandy ocast of southern Mallorca and is taken to the high priestess and governor and tells his story.
Fable of the island’s poet
The foreigner believed, for example, that stories and tales were more important than figs hanging on the branches of trees in the belief that this would favour their fruiting, or the fertilisation of fields and masses.
Britain tries to ease airport nightmare
The change is aimed at letting passengers find alternative routes ahead of time if their flight
Flying low in Europe. The latest developments
Strikes and staff shortages are forcing airlines to cancel thousands of flights and causing hours-long queues at major airports,
Wednesday's weather in Mallorca
Probability for rain on Wednesday varies across the island.
Queen's College Infant Sports Day
Over the last 20 years this has been traditionally organised by the oldest primary students, Year 6.
Rafa is back to his winning ways on grass
On Friday, Rafa is scheduled to face Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime.