Southern Europe is full of destinations that promise beautiful stretches of sand and bright turquoise waters, but few can compare to the laid-back bohemian charms of Mallorca (Majorca). The jewel of the Balearic Islands, Miró was once drawn to its "pure Mediterranean light" and today artists, hikers, and dreamers can catch a legendary sunset from Serra de Tramuntana's limestone bluffs or a gold-tinged dawn from the steps of a stone-carved hilltop monastery. From Palma de Mallorca to Pollensa, Majorca is an ideal destination for a honeymoon (or second, or third…) explore Mallorca’s legendary coves before sitting down to a feast of Mediterranean nouvelle cuisine, paired with locally grown wine. After, you can then enjoy one of the island’s many festivals, concerts, literary events, or simply soak in the culture that has made this a favourite haunt of creatives ranging from Chopin to The Rolling Stones.
Created back in 2001 in Barcelona, this is a Spanish fashion house that has already attracted international recognition. In the hot seat is the talented designer Rosa Esteva, who having left her native Mallorca, graduated in Barcelona and started her own distinctive label, CORTANA.
Barcelona may be the obvious destination for devotees of fashion, design, gastronomy and fine wine, but it would be a mistake to only stop there on your trip to Spain. Let us take you on a revealing journey around the surrounding regions where ‘living well’ is a fine art enjoyed by connoisseurs of the good life as selected by us for you.read more
French designer Philippe Starck, himself an avid fan of sail and designer of super yachts, turned his hand to creating a new Port Adriano Marina in Mallorca – an architectural masterstroke and ‘Starck’ beautiful with not a parking lot in sight.read more