If there is a musical instrument that defines the sound of Majorcan culture it is the ximbomba, a traditional, rustic drum-like instrument.
Puerto Portals was born in 1932 on the table of an artist. The difference it has with natural ports is that it is not used for the loading and unloading of merchandise and therefore
Not every day is a good day. But you can be sure that the second or third Thursday of November on Majorca will be a “good Thursday” – or at least it is in Inca. Dijous Bo, …
Fritters can be eaten at any time of year on Mallorca but are most popular during the “festivity of the virgins” at the end of October when the famous “day of the virgins” is celebrated
Blue Hour in Port Adriano, Norbert Fimpel on Saxophone and Teleweb+ there with the camera – a successful combination! Watch the Interview with Norbert Fimpel here in Teleweb+ …
On Good Friday, on the stairways of the Cathedral of Palma, La Seu, you may see a very particular play of Christ’s “Via Crucis” or Way of the Cross, the dramatic moments on the road to Calvary and the crucifixion of Jesus..
In Great Britain was Susan Boyle and in Germany was Freddy Scholl, known as Galileo, who won the very-well known german “Got Talent 2010”. In this video Galileo sings for us his famous “Carpe Diem”…
During Mallorca’s white winter from the end of January until the middle of March the beautiful almond blossom covers the fields and mountains of Tramuntana as well as the Eastern Llevante Coast of the Island..
Holy three kings, Reyes Magos, arrive on the 5th January by the ship in a lot of harbours of the island but the pageant is extremely worth seeing in Palma.