Along the Valldemossa and Deià coast, the pine and olive grove covered Serra de Tramuntana gives way to spectacularly colourful and beautiful coves.
“Tourists should get to know our countryside and our people” The President of Mallorca Council, Francina Armengol, believes that the model of sun and sand will never lose its appeal because, what with today’s stressful pace of life, it constitutes the perfect antidote for both mind and body.
In the world of art and specifically painting, we have always known techniques such as oil painting, water colours and drawing, but from these a new, completely unknown style emerges, and this is where we find Toni Benassar, born in Manacor, master and defender of this technique, a real fighter in a desert full of well-defined oases, a true pastel tuareg.
Interview with Miquelina Lladó
In 1981, she founded Musica Nostra and nearly 30 years later, the band is now a point of reference for lovers of traditional music. However, Miquaela Lladó’s career is rather more vast. she started in 1967 and has built up a successful solo career with periodical collaborations with distinguished bands. In 2004, the Mallorcan singer-songwriter found herself in the album “Com un ventall”
Luis Salom 39
Luis Salom was born in Mallorca on 7 August 1991 and made his debut in the 125cc World Championships in 2009.
Mallorcan Joan Llaneras, gold-medal winner for indoor cycling at both the 2008 Olympic Games in Peking and the Sydney Olympics in 2000, is an expert in the best areas to go cycling in Mallorca. Now 39 years of age, when he was younger, ‘Porrerenc’ never thought that his passion for ‘two wheels’ was anything more than a hobby.
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