Visiting Mallorca during the low season? Here’s your list of the best cosy and romantic restaurants serving-up delicious cuisine in 2020. […] Restaurants open during winter 2020
Palma honours the city’s patron saint, Sant Sebastià with music and dancing in a series of events leading up to January 20th.
[…] Sant Sebastià festival
Sant Antoni week in Mallorca is very special and another good reason to visit Mallorca in January. Join the locals for bonfires and BBQ! […] Sant Antoni on Mallorca
Traditional celebrations, music, markets and much more – find out what Palma has to offer all year round! […] Traditional events in Palma de Mallorca during 2020
You could go to a local festival every week during January in Mallorca, and each event would have its own unique character and customs. Find out more! […] Local Festivals in January on Mallorca
Forget the freeze and take a break in Mallorca this January. Yes it can be cold – but when the cloud clears the sun feels lovely and warm. […] Mallorca Weather in January
The beauty of being in Mallorca in January is that the festivities continue way past Christmas. Straight after New Year’s Eve, there’s great anticipation for […] Mallorca in January
Experience the buzz of Palma at one of these exciting annual events. Great music, food, sports and art are all on the agenda! […] Annual events in Palma during 2020
Find out in advance all the major events, fiestas and festivals taking place during 2019 on Mallorca with the abcMallorca What’s On Guide. […] What’s On Guide to Mallorca 2019
Mallorca is a cycling paradise – for both amateurs and professionals. Here’s an important annual event that any serious cyclist would be interested in.
[…] 29th Playa de Palma Challenge Ciclista Mallorca
Street dancing in traditional Mallorcan costumes feature in this popular island-wide event held on the day of Saint Honorat. […] Ball dels Cossiers
Held in the second week of January, this local festival celebrates Sant Julià, the patron saint of Campos with mass and barbecues. […] Festes de Sant Julià
The harvest festival on Mallorca, Fiesta del Quarteró, is named for the measure of wine given to labourers at the season’s end. Come celebrate with locals! […] Fiesta del Quarteró
The night after the villages of Mallorca are lit with bonfires and burning effigies of demons, the animals are paraded into the town square to be blessed.
[…] The blessing of animals
The Three Kings is celebrated on the eve of the Epiphany, January 5th, throughout the villages of Mallorca where gifts are distributed to excited children.
[…] The arrival of The Three Kings
Johann Strauss´s traditional Viennese New Year´s concert will be performed by the Strauss Festival Orchestra and Dance Ensemble in Palma, Bones Festes! […] Johann Strauss Grand New Year Concert
Your abcMallorca What’s on Guide 2018 published for the first time ever…. Now you can find out in advance all the major events taking place during 2018 on Mallorca. […] THE What’s On Guide to Mallorca 2018