Living on Mallorca, for however long, provides an incredible and diverse range of social and leisure activities. Once you get settled on the island and find your bearings, it’s a great place to meet new friends and expand both your business and social network.
I have been living and working remotely here for just a year, and what an incredible year it’s been! This island is all about who you know, and by making the effort to speak to new people at social and networking events, my world opened up and the island became much bigger.
I’ve watched opera in a vineyard, the circus in a castle and I’ve sailed around Palma Bay at sunset on a 160 year old tall ship. I’ve sung on a super yacht for high profile guests, I’ve enjoyed wine tastings, exquisite gastronomy and a helicopter tour of this wonderful island. I’ve watched various arts performed in random people’s houses who kindly open their doors to strangers at an annual village event, I’ve kayaked into caves and listened to live music at concerts under the stars. I’ve walked with giants at a fiesta, watched the most breathtaking sunsets and discovered some of the most heavenly locations whilst enjoying my time in glorious nature. I’ve hiked in the heavenly mountains, eaten paella on the beach and whiled away the hours on long, lazy beach days, enjoying the crystal clear water on my skin and soft sands between my toes.
In terms of my working life here, that opened up too. The island is full of networking events which you can take advantage of, from restaurant lunches to boat trips, wine tastings to various MICE activities. By meeting new people at networking events, I’ve been able to create and implement new business ideas, as well as form some lovely new friendships along the way.
Working remotely in Mallorca offers fantastic advantages. On top of all of this, we have a minimum of 300 days guaranteed sunshine each year and a wonderful outdoors lifestyle, whether your preference is simple rustic pleasure or full blown high end luxury!
Mallorca sure is a paradise…