Mallorca, much like Ibiza, has its reputation of drunken party-goers and all-in hotels – which isn’t particularly my cup of tea when it comes to vacation. But if you look into what else this Balearic island has to offer, you’ll quickly discover there’s way more than that. Obviously, the stunning beaches and beautiful weather attracts most of the tourists (and I surely can’t blame them), but the charming picturesque towns and beautiful mountain range Serra de Tramuntana doesn’t look half bad either. Palma, the capital, is known to be beautiful and historic – and I can’t wait to explore the narrow streets and enjoy the Spanish life to the max. As per usual, we’ll be renting a car so we can go wherever and whenever we please – the plan is to basically enjoy the more authentic side of Mallorca, and find some of those secluded calas along the way. If you’re curious about the Mallorcan way of life and you’d like to see what we’re up to, follow me on Instagram or Snapchat (@brunettebloggin)!
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