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Vall d’Or

Vall d’Or (Cala d’Or, Portocolom, km. 7.7, S’Horta, Mallorca)- Vall d’Or Golf was opened in 1986 as a 9 hole course (which is today played as the back nine) on the estate of “Es Turó”, property of the first club President Mr. Antonio Lladó. In 1991 work to extend the course began and in the […]

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Port des Torrent

Port des Torrent (Ibiza) – this beach is just a short drive away from the popular beach town of San Antonio (on the west side of Ibiza island). The white sandy Ibiza beach has calm, tranquil waters for swimming, and the amenities are endless – several beach bars, restaurants and hotels offer plenty of food […]

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Son Vida Golf

Son Vida Golf (Urbanización Son Vida, Palma de Mallorca) — opened in 1964, this was the first golf course in Mallorca (located in the luxury residential area of Son Vida, just northwest of Palma). Meandering through the villas and residences, it challenges with narrow fairways and its hilly landscaping. Outstanding is the view from the […]

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Playa D’En Bossa

Playa D’En Bossa (Ibiza) – located just 5 minutes south of Ibiza Town, this is perhaps the most popular beach anywhere in Ibiza. It has the longest stretch of beach in Ibiza. Although it has its share of sunbathers, swimmers, and water sports enthusiasts, the real draw of this beach is the music. Nearby beach […]

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Salinas Beach

Salinas Beach (Ibiza) – this beach is just 10 minutes south of Ibiza Town. The very long, wide crescent of pale sandy beach is bordered by pine woods. The water is crystal clear with super breakers that appear on windy days, perfect for body-surfing. Good for adventure walks as the surrounding terrain is Ibiza’s Wildlife […]

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Xoriguer Gin Distillery

Xoriguer Gin Distillery (Moll de Ponent 91, Mahón, Menorca) – the British presence in Menorca goes back to the 18th century (well before mass tourism enabled UK tourists to visit the Balearic Islands en masse). This gin distillery, launched in 1784 to cater to the Britons present at that time, still has vintage copper stills […]