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7 reasons why Mallorca is the best destination for digital nomads.

Posted by Hugo Grange on 30/06/2020
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The world is slowly re-opening up and Spain’s borders now open to UE countries since 22 th June. I guess a lot of people are eager to start traveling again either for holidays either for working remotely. If you’re reading this article is because you are thinking about your next trip. Are you ready to discover the 7 reasons why Mallorca is the best destination for digital nomads.

If you’re a digital nomad and wondering about your future in Spain for your next mid-long term stay, I am confident that you’ll find almost all you need in Mallorca to live inspiring experiences. Rugged coastline, sandy beaches, clear sapphire waters like in the Maldives, sunny days all the year… Mallorca is a real corner of paradise, a destination you can’t miss for many reasons…

Here are the top 7 reasons why Mallorca is the best destination for digital nomads:

  • More than 300 days of sunshine a year.

From March to October, temperatures are between 25 and 35 degrees. So, get ready to be outside and live your best life. Mallorca is ideal for relaxing beach naptimes, outdoor sports, and hiking.

The perfect day would be enjoying the mountains and the sea in the same 24 hours with an aperitive in the old town. Guess what? It’s doable..

With all of Mallorca’s beaches (around 350 beaches), there are plenty of opportunities to experience a huge variety of sailing, snorkelling and diving expeditions.

Cala Formentor in the north of the island
Es Trenc beach between pine trees and exotism
  • A paradise for nature lovers.

Even if you love walking into the city and you’re a nightlife addict, it might not be long before you’re going for some adventure on the island.

For nature and hiking lovers, the most iconic hiking route in Mallorca, the ‘Ruta de Pedra en Sec’ or GR221 follows 168.4km of signposted trails through dry stonework terraces. Amazing decor in the middle of nature between olive trees, pine, and forests.

I would also recommend visiting Serra de Tramuntana above all for his cultural landscape and his snow during the winter.

From North to South, Mallorca is simply a paradise for walkers, beginners, or confirmed. Also, the island is known as the perfect playground for cyclists for a long time.

Serra Tramuntana
  • Palma is full of life and nightlife

Palma De Mallorca, situated on the south coast of the island, is known for its side stylish, sophisticated and intimate.

It is often compared to Barcelona for its architecture and atmosphere, with restaurants and nightlife.

There’s an eclectic mix of lovely cocktail bars and clubs to be found around Palma to accommodate diverse people. You have a few options: a party on the beach, on a boat or in the city. Mallorca has nothing to envy to Ibiza and the season is especially festive.

In the same vein, Palma has district areas renowned for its nightlife. Restaurants, bars and enjoying live music are all part of the city’s vibrant social scene. La Lonja is a popular area to go out.

Social club rooftop
  • A cultural and artistic vibe

Although Palma has made its reputation as a tourist destination, it is nevertheless a cultural, architectural and gastronomic destination known in all the world.

For many, Mallorca is considered to have a bohemian vibe such as Ibiza, attracting artists from all over the world. Moreover, the island has a distinct Catalan culture, which adds even more charm.

For the record, Chopin and Georges Sand used to live in Valdemossa during the winter of 1838. A little tip: walk around this wonderful village at the end of the day in order to avoid massive tourism.

Valdemossa
  • Take a breath and live slow

While today’s world is increasing “fast,” slow tourism is a reminder of how nice it is to take your time. The other side of Mallorca is more relax and quiet: this is one of these destinations where time stops. Go off to explore the creeks, the monasteries lost in the mountains.

In short, there are wonderful seaside and mountain landscapes, an untouched natural environment where you can relax and enjoy the present moment. Also, some wellness retreats will be organized from September in one of Lucky Paradise’s Mallorcan houses. Stay tuned

Meditation Time
  • You’ll fall in love of mallorcan food

Mallorca is full of culinary specialties, present only in the Balearic Islands. Everyone should taste it at least once in their life.

You could find for example in your breakfast some Ensaimadas, a brioche pastry sprinkled with icing sugar and often stuffed with dried fruit or custard.

Mallorcan cuisine is a Spanish-style cuisine, the fruit of a long history that combines Latin and African influences. Of course, you still have the choice to eat the best tapas made by Mallorca, essential to integrate yourself into the Spanish food culture.

Not so far from Palma, Mhares club is deeply recommended to enjoy your diner with an exceptional view: https://www.mharesseaclub.com/en

Ensaimada
  • A very good digital nomad ecosystem

In this paragraph, I’m going to discuss about the era of the web and the century of digital nomadism. Digital nomads are always looking for the best destinations across the world. Spain is one of the most popular destinations when it comes to the digital nomadic lifestyle. Balearic islands seem to be on a roll, especially Mallorca.

In conclusion, Mallorca is an excellent destination for those nomads who want to enjoy the sun and spend maximum time living on the island. Conditions are ideal for them, there is a vibrant café-culture and environment.

Lucky paradise team is gathering a community of digital nomads into the island. The first coliving-coworking is opened since August and proposes a housing experience with comfortable rooms, swimming pool. If you’re interested in our project, please follow us and register right here https://luckyparadise.co/properties/colivingmallorca/.

Of course, different offers are proposed to answer digital nomads’ needs. All is included in the price with services and amenities except digital nomad retreats which is a new service I will describe in another article. The only thing you have to do is to jump in the plane to join us.

A digital nomad community in Mallorca

I hope you enjoyed reading my article: 7 reasons why Mallorca is the best destination for digital nomads. If you have any questions about the island, it would be a pleasure to get back to you. For any tips or recommendations, feel free to contact us! https://luckyparadise.co/contact-us/.

We are waiting for you in the Balearic islands!!

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