Once you have settled into your new home and work routine here in Mallorca, your attention is bound to turn to how best to spend your free time. For a relatively small island, Mallorca is bursting with many experiences and you might be spoiled for choice of what to do and where to go when you’re not working.

The best places to visit in Mallorca also offer some of the best scenery in all of Europe! A hike or bike in the mountains really refreshes the mind, body and soul. Whiling away the hours on one of the many idyllic beaches, swimming, sunbathing or enjoying water sports activities is pure heaven. Shopping in Palma is an enjoyable and easy experience, with so many offerings in a relatively small space and all accessible by foot, and a visit to one of the local markets never disappoints any of your senses!

If we were to write a list of ‘Top things you must see and do while working remotely in Mallorca’, we are certain that it would be very long. However, if we were to recommend some of the best ‘must sees’ to you, here are just a few… The magnificent Serra de Tramuntana mountain range (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), that runs along the length of the south west to the north with its GR221 dry stone route to explore. The charmingly picturesque mountain town of Valldemossa which sits upon tumbling ancient Arab land terraces and where Chopin spent a winter composing in its Carthusian monastery. Beautiful Alcudia Bay in the north with the longest beach on the island, caressed on one side by a gently sloping shoreline and pine forests on the other. The cosmopolitan capital city of Palma, steeped history, culture, exquisite architecture, designer shopping, world class gastronomy and acres of yachts and super yachts moored in its beautiful bay. And of course, you must see one of the island’s many fiestas which take place through the year and feature fireworks, dancing, concerts, street food, devils and giants!

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