Etiqueta 'Majorca Christmas'


Christmas At Home

“This year a large number of British expats will be spending Christmas on the island...”

Jason Moore19/11/2020 10:28

Christmas lunch in Mallorca

Christmas lunch in Mallorca

This sort of gathering is not permitted.

Julián Aguirre 17/11/2020

Calvia, Mallorca.


No Christmas lights in Calvia

To make up for the lack of Christmas spirit in the streets restaurants in the Municipality will be decorated and they'll offer set menus every weekend.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter04/11/2020 11:01


What's on in Majorca: 24-30 December

Matins services and the Sibil·la chant on Christmas Eve at churches across Majorca. Handel's "The Messiah" at the Sant Francesc Basilica in Palma. Numerous Christmas concerts and ongoing Christmas attractions - markets, circus and ice rinks.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter23/12/2018 06:05


What's on in Majorca: 17-23 December

More Christmas markets and concerts across the island; Peter Pan, the Musical at the auditorium in Palma; special concert with the Lluc Sanctuary choir in Palma; ice rinks in Port Adriano and Puerto Portals; Llucmajor getting in events early for Majorca Day (which isn't until 31 December).

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter16/12/2018 07:33


What's on in Majorca: 10-16 December

A whole load of Christmas markets and concerts across the island. Among the highlights - the Balearic Symphony Orchestra and children's choirs on Thursday and the Teatre Principal children and adult choirs on Saturday. Swedish school children's choir at the Cathedral for Santa Lucia (Thursday). A Russian Christmas at Palma Auditorium (Saturday). "A Christmas Carol" (with carol singing) also at the auditorium - and in English.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter09/12/2018 16:55


Suckling pig shortage this Christmas

The shortage is mainly attributed to breeding operations that ceased because of the high cost of production.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter21/12/2017 00:00


What's on in Majorca: 18-24 December

In churches across Majorca on Christmas Eve there will be the chant of the Sibil·la, which was declared intangible cultural heritage by Unesco in 2010. A whole load more Christmas concerts, and the Christmas markets continue.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter17/12/2017 00:00