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  • Big party for the opening of renewed Mallorca football field

    Big party for the opening of renewed Mallorca football field

    Celebrating the Grand Reopening: A Spectacular Big Party at the Mallorca Football Field The Mallorca football field has undergone a remarkable transformation, and the grand reopening is set to be celebrated with a spectacular big party, it will be on the 13th of January. This event promises to be a momentous occasion for football fans…

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  • The first snow has arrived to Mallorca

    Exploring the Magic of Mallorca’s First Snowfall The first snowfall of the season has arrived in Mallorca, and with it comes a sense of magic and wonder. For many residents and visitors, this is a rare and special event, as the island is known for its warm Mediterranean climate. The sight of snow-covered landscapes and…

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  • Roscón de Reyes

    Roscón de Reyes

    History and Origins of Roscón de Reyes Roscón de Reyes, also known as King’s Cake, is a traditional Spanish dessert that is typically enjoyed during the holiday season. This sweet treat holds a special place in Spanish culture and is often associated with the celebration of Epiphany, which commemorates the visit of the Three Wise…

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  • The three holy kings arrive to palma (Cabalgata de reyes)

    One of the most important customs during the three kings’ visit to Palma is the Cabalgata de Reyes, or the Three Kings Parade. This colorful and lively procession attracts thousands of locals and tourists alike, who line the streets to catch a glimpse of the kings and their entourage. The parade features elaborately decorated floats,…

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  • The environment friendly Boat Show

    Palma International Boat Show 2023 The President of the Government of the Balearic Islands, Francina Armengol, attended the inauguration of the Palma International Boat Show, organized by the Vice-Presidency and the Ministry of Energy Transition, Productive Sectors and Democratic Memory, and the Balearic Yacht Brokers Association ( BYBA). The fair has 271 companies and around…

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  • Seventh edition of Llonguet Fair

    The ‘Fira del Llonguet’ is a traditional and craft fair organized by the Es Pil·larí Neighborhood Association with the collaboration of the Palma City Council and the Association of Bakers and Pastry Chefs of the Balearic Islands. An influx of up to 15,000 people is expected and it will have around seventy sales and exhibition…

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  • Mallorca 312 race

    Next Saturday, April 29, the thirteenth edition of the Mallorca 312 OK Mobility will be held, one of the most important sporting events on the island that has three alternative routes of 167, 225 and 312 kilometres. Due to the logistics that this event requires, cuts and restrictions will be produced on a large part…

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  • 15 Years without bigger ports

    The Government Council has approved the General Plan for Balearic Islands Ports, which prevents the construction and expansion of new ports on the islands for the next 15 years. The plan has been prepared with the consensus of the nautical sector and the administrations involved and proposes concrete and low-impact solutions to rearrange the moorings,…

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  • High temperatures in Majorca.

    Mallorca will experience higher than normal temperatures in the coming days due to a mass of warm air coming from Africa. Temperatures could reach 30º on Thursday, 34º-35º on Friday and Saturday, and then decrease on Sunday. These exceptional numbers are expected to be 13-14 higher than usual by the end of April. Regarding the…

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  • Forecast Palma de Mallorca Mayor elections

    Juanma Gómez, Cs campaign coordinator, is the one that the results show an upward trend. Carles Cabrera, candidate for the PI, believes that they will be decisive in electing mayor. Javier Bonet, general secretary of the PP of Palma, assures that the survey makes it clear that Palma is calling for a change after a…

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