Location

AN ISLAND ON IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

Porreres

A PEACEFUL PLACE

Porreres is a small town in the South-central fertile, plains of Mallorca, a prime location to reach all corners of the island. Mallorca is locally referred to as the “illa de sa calma” –  the calm island. And Porreres, with its golden-ocre sandstone, the surrounding vineyards and almond-tree fields, a 15-minute drive away from the most stunning stretch of undisturbed beaches on the island, and its off-the-beaten-path status, make it the quintessential peaceful retreat. An enclave to experience the Mediterranean peaceful vibe.

However, this is not just a sleepy town!

With a population of just 5.000, Porreres is thriving with local life. It holds the honor of being the town with the most cultural and social associations on the island (roughly 50), providing it with a steady pipeline of social and cultural activities. With its weekly markets, poetry recitals, art and wine tasting soirées, and even with its own symphonic orchestra and auditorium, Porreres keeps itself entertained

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Time to chill

WINE AND BREEZE

Getting hungry? Thirsty? Looking forward to hanging out with a glass of wine while soaking in the local evening bustle and the gentle Mediterranean breeze? Just a couple streets away from s’Herència you will find over 10 terraced restaurants and cafés, all lined up in the beautiful pedestrian stretch between the city hall and the lit up church (and a car-safe park for kids to play).

This is your spot to marinate in the pleasures of Mediterranean life.

Mallorca

THIS IS NOT JUST A BEACH

That’s right!
There are mountains too. The kind with mountain refuges, and world-class rock-climbing. Where there are mountains, there is cycling. And in Mallorca, this is world-class cycling. Team Sky and other professionals train in Mallorca in the off-season, given its cycle-friendliness, the good weather (only 50 days of rain per year) and amazing routes.

There is culture too. Palma, the capital, is the 8th largest city of Spain. You can visit the Foundation Pilar and Joan Miró, who spent most of their life here. Es Baluard is the island’s Modern and Contemporary Art Museum, where you will find interesting works but also activities and talks. Miquel Barceló, the creator of “The Sistine Chapel of the 21st century” at the United Nations Geneva office, is the author of a chapel in Palma’s breath-taking gothic Cathedral, “La Seu”. Next to it, he exuberant Almudaina palace is the most riveting heritage of the Ummayad Arab reign era, more reminiscent of exotic Marrakesh or…Game of Thrones. The pre-Roman Talayotic culture’s ruins, with towers and enclaves scattered across the island, will make the delights for the archaeology and history buffs.

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Local events

AND BEACHES, OF COURSE

Local summertime festivities like Sa Mucada or Porreres’ own Festes de Sant Roc are unique live traditions of the Mediterranean cultural landscape.
And of course, Mallorca is also about great food. Not only fish and paella. You can get adventurous and try out trampó, tumbet and sopes with some local wine.

Did we mention there are crystal-clear turquoise beaches?

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