ESTILO PALMA

By Katrin Caterina Bury | Mallorca Magazine

It’s all about people: Café con Rosi

<i>Rosi Andrade, owner of a guesthouse in Caimari and teacher of Spanish as a foreign language, about the adventure of learning and her trick with the</i> …

rosi

From Paris with love: Carré Royal

Whenever I visit an exhibition I am also curious to stop by the museum store. They are sometimes just as well curated as the splendid show I came to …

France

Hot stuff: Badal Burger

Mouthfeeling has always been my favorite word when it comes to something really delicious. The sensation of your first bite in a burger, for …

Pulled Pork

Ciutadella vs. Maó: Menorca (II)

People often wonder whether to stay in Ciutadella or Maó. The former capital of Menorca and her successor are about the same size. But they are …

Balearic Islands

The discovery of slowness: Menorca

Menorca is often described as Mallorca’s little sister. In fact their names already hint at that. However, as we all know, siblings can be quiet …

Balearic Islands

Best Ice Cream in Palma: My Top 5 Heladerias

Summer without ice cream is possible but senseless. Actually, I love it all year round. In winter I prefer the cold sensation together with a hot …

Ice Cream

The pleasures of reading: BiblioJardí

As much as I love Mallorca’s countryside, the sea and the mountains I’m a real city dweller. That’s why I live in Palma. Yet, every once in a while I …

Balearic Islands

Comeback: Katarsis

On my way back from Algaida to Palma I had passed the location many times by bike. But it was only when Raúl García opened his restaurant Katarsis …

Twin Peaks: Puig de Massanella

Occasionally every cyclist on Mallorca aims for Coll de sa Bataia, the highest point on the way to Santuari de Lluc. If you wear hiking boots …

The happy place: 10 years Plaer Natural

The 10th anniversary of Plaer Natural feels like the birthday of a family member. I have spent countless days on their terrace or inside the …

The Real Thing: La Almudaina

A friend of mine used to study in Berlin. When he moved back to his hometown he decided to spend his next vacation in Berlin. Weird? Maybe so, but he …

Friends and family

Next to the tasty food it is Sibil.la’s casual, easy-going atmosphere that I come here for. The bright, slightly 60’s vintage interior, the beautiful …

O Atelier: Summer Pop Up

Once a year, Christine Roelandt opens up her studio to the public. What usually is her private workspace turns into an intimate showroom. From today …

One more cup of coffee: Rosevelvet Bakery

<i>Cafe solo</i> and <i>cafe con leche</i> have a long tradition in Spain. The bar or cafeteria around the corner is an essential part of the day to day life in …

Amigos: Maricastaña

If you are looking for an outfit that puts you in high spirits have a go at Maricastaña. The bright colors and fabulous pattern instantly cheer up …

Lost and found: Don Pedro

A friend recommended Don Pedro when we talked about Port de Sóller last year. While he usually gets there by boat in the summer I love the …

A day out: Finca Pública Galatzó

On Mallorca Sundays and holidays are usually spent with the family. You get together for a long lunch at home or you pack the kids and some food for …

Imagine: Museo Sa Bassa Blanca

Huge granite animals line the shady paths of the declared wildlife sanctuary. A group of rams, a camel and a dromedary, an elephant and a rhino. And …

Culinary remix: Amaya

Some friends of ours in Berlin are real foodies. They always know about the latest openings and the places to go in Germany’s culinary capital. Two …

The Look: Óptica Toscana

There are probably more sunglasses shops in Palma than cafés. Yet I couldn’t convince my sweetheart to trade his old aviators for a new pair of …

Journey through the past: Semana Santa

The sound of haunting drums and solemn trumpets fills the streets of Palma. Silent figures in long robes with pointed hoods are slowly walking …

Purple rain: Art Palma Brunch 2018

„Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life“, as Pablo Picasso put it. Once every year in early spring Palma’s contemporary galleries …

Here comes the sun: SURO Pop-up store

Blue has always been my favorite color so I was excited about the new shades of <i>azul</i> in the SURO collection 2018. For three days only, Margarita …

Men at work: Panadería S’Estació

Have you ever been on a glass bottom boat? Or on a platform with a see-through floor? Just look at the people’s faces entering the Panadería …

Café con Joan: Mallorca on your plate

<b>Joan Marc, renowned chef in Inca, about dedication and an open kitchen</b>Joan Marc had been working with famous chefs in great restaurants before he …

The lightness of being: Braez

No matter what time of the year, a bright cotton dress or a light blue shirt always put me in a summery mood. When I step into the Braez store in …

Sa Gerreria alla Milanese: Tagomagos

It’s been a year since Tagomagos opened its doors in Sa Gerreria. The <i>barrio</i> is famous for its lively bar scene and a few restaurants. Tagomagos adds …

La casa possible: Can Balaguer

Have you ever wondered how life looked like behind the ancient walls of the medieval buildings in Palma’s <i>casco antiguo</i>? Travel back in time to the …

Veni, vidi, veggie: Bon Lloc

Sometimes I just have this craving for a burger. Fortunately there have been some great additions to the burger scene in Palma like Raimundo, Lemon …