I’ve selected a series of pictures from 500px, with Creative Commons licensing to show you the beauty of Mallorca seen though other lenses not just my own: More such compilations will be posted soon as there are a lot of photographers that fell in love with Mallorca and decided to share their pictures.
Port Adriano is one of the most (if not the most) exclusivist marina’s in Mallorca. Situated in the municipality of Calvia, Port Adriano neighbors the El Toro urban settlement and the Ses Penyes Rotjes beach which is commonly known as El Toro beach. Besides having a marina that displays one of the finest yachts in […]
Aires Vilafranquins is an artistic group which was founded in 1979 with the purpose of perpetuating the traditions of majorcan music and folk dances. Throughout the years the Aires Vilafranquins has sustained representations both across the Balearic islands but also on the continent, mainly in the Iberic Peninsula. In 2013 the group put up an […]
South of Cala Sa Nau, on the way to Cala Mitjana (Felanitx) there is a large rocky area with high peaks facing the sea. The landscape seen in that area is typical around the south-eastern coast of Mallorca where small beaches (calas) are bordered by rocky ridges. The gallery below shows the lovely areas known […]
Puigderos is a small urban settlement situated on the south east coast of Mallorca. Because of it’s positioning Puigderos does not count with any sandy beaches, but offers breathtaking landscapes due to it’s rocky coast and the surrounding wilderness. The Puigderos area has access to the sea through a steep road which ends up at the […]
The resort of Cala Bona and its nearest neighbour Cala Millor, are both part of the municipal district of Son Servera on Mallorca’s quieter east coast. Cala Bona is not a purpose built holiday resort, but more of a small traditional fishing village that has grown and adapted to cater for the islands tourist market. […]
The resort of Porto Colom is the principle coastal development of the municipal district of Felanitx, on the southern half of the east coast of Mallorca. Porto Colom still remains a small traditional fishing village, that has so far resisted full scale tourist commercialisation. A small amount of mainly residential building work is going on, […]
Cala Mendia is situated at three kilometres from PortoCristo. The cliffs keep the surroundings of this sea inlet which continues for 150 m toward the interior and finishes on a fine-grained, white sandy area, wide and large. The water is crystal clear and the beach is open to the winds from the northeast and east, […]