These are the fabulous restaurants in Mallorca with a Michelin Star or two. And one of them is in Deia!
1.Racó d’es Teix in Deia– German chef Josef Sauerschell’s and wife Leonor have their wonderful restaurant in Deià. www.esracodesteix.es/en/
While in Mallorca these are some of the top Museum’s to visit… according to ABC Mallorca
According to ‘El País’ the Spanish newspaper over 27.000 residency permits have been issued to individuals and their family members, under the ‘Golden Visa’.
The Spanish government introduced a legislation offering these residency permits to large investors and highly qualified individuals.
Since it all started in 2013, it has brought 2.16€ billion in investment to the country, 72% of this which has gone into property.
As the Housing Law is linked to property transactions, it affects us from day to day in a personal and professional manner.
The new draft of the Housing Law of the Balearic Islands, even though not published or in effect yet, is undergoing some very important changes.
After Christmas & The Three Kings the fiestas are not over… The island celebrates San Sebastian, the patron saint of Palma, one of the largest celebrated festivals of Mallorca.
The program of the Sant Sebastian festivities in Palma will start the 13th of January.
Brexit, an abbreviation for “British Exit”, is implying the June 23rd 2016, a referendum where British citizens chose to exit the European Union.
This was one of the most discussed events of 2016, as a result of which the resignation of British Prime Minister David Cameron took place, as he who was supporting the UK & EU partnership, and Home Secretary Theresa May became Prime Minister.
One of the most popular sports practised by the islanders as well as the tourists is definitely tennis. A significant addition in Mallorca’s tennis world is definitely the new tennis school founded by the island’s most famous tennis player. The Rafa Nadal Academy had its inauguration this past October.
As yearly Mallorquin tradition in the small town of Deia, they just celebrated its Patron Saint, San Juan or Sant Joan, which is one of the biggest & longest local fiestas of the year. It takes place the last two weeks of June, with a multitude of events, such as fishing contests, tennis & petanca tournaments, theatre, Las Habaneras evening which is held at Cala Deia, the Verbena an all night long music festival with different local bands and much more.