A guide to the best Mallorca hotels from great value apartments to the ultimate in luxury on this picturesque Spanish island in the Mediterranean.
With delicious vegetables, meats and cheeses and superb wines, beers and cider, you’ll not go hungry or thirsty when you visit the Spanish Basque Country.
Fabulous food, great wines, a stunning cathedral, picturesque hill-top villages and dramatic cliffs plunging into electric blue seas; there are so many reasons to fall in love with Mallorca. Here is my top 12 of things to see, eat and drink in Mallorca.
From finding the right hotel to embracing the local culture, here are my top tips for enjoying an eco-friendly honeymoon.
With sumptuous seafood, great wine and gin, a fascinating ancient history, miles of stunning coastline and more beaches than Mallorca, the unspoilt island of Menorca has it all.
What can you see in 50 km? We went to Girona to find out in the new Prius Plug-in Hybrid, and drove 50 km emission free!
My guide to finding the best food and drink in Menorca from the freshest seafood and delicious cheeses to the finest wine and traditionally produced gin.
The Traveller’s Table is a wonderful collection of recipes from some of my favourite Mediterranean cuisines – Mallorca, Corsica and Greece – each of which I have waxed lyrical about here on my blog in recent years, plus another that I would very much like to get better acquainted with, Turkey.
The university town of San Cristobal de La Laguna is the cultural centre of Tenerife with many historic buildings, cobbled street and charming courtyards waiting to be discovered.
Hotel Illa d’Or, by the water’s edge, with a stunning view of the bay of Porto Pollensa, this is the perfect base from which to explore northern Mallorca.