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We live in a time of uncertainty. Unfortunately, COVID-19 seems to be a disease that will not be eradicated and that will become part of our lives. At the moment, the best thing we can do, according to the Ministry of Health, is to maintain social distance and make good use of the mask. 

The positive part is that the low tourist influx on the island means that many spaces are uncrowded and this allows you to visit places safely and have a unique experience that may not happen again. 

Here we leave you with 3 places to go during the COVID-19: 


Visit to Valldemossa 

It is a well-known town that is part of the most characteristic aesthetics of the island. In summer it is very pleasant to walk through its ancient streets and stop for an ice cream on one of its picturesque terraces. If you decide to visit this wonderful town, take a look at our post to find out what you cannot miss in Valldemossa. 


Cala Figuera 

If Mallorca is recognized as a world tourist center, it is, largely, thanks to its spectacular beaches. During this summer (2020), the influx of visitors will be limited practically throughout the island due to the global pandemic of the Coronavirus. The beaches, obviously, will not be an exception, so, the lucky ones who can enjoy them, we will do it like never before. 

Cala Figuera is a beautiful and unique cove located in the municipality of Santanyí, Mallorca. It is one of the narrowest on the island and also one of the most visited. Therefore, in post- confinement time and back to reality, it is a good time to enjoy a solitary and spectacular place. 

In this post that we dedicate to the beaches of Mallorca you will find beaches that are easily accessible and others where it is necessary to go for a walk. 


Sa Dragonera 

Located to the west of Mallorca, just off the coast of the municipality of Andratx, and very close to the town of Sant Elm, Sa Dragonera, as described on its website "is a discreet island, which has the beauty of homemade things ”. 

This island, which is an extension of the Sierra de Tramuntana, is a protected natural space 4km long by 1km wide. It is a very visited place in summer and it is very difficult to manage a visit. During these times of COVID-19 it is a good opportunity to visit it to discover all the beauty and interest that we mentioned in our dedicated post in this natural park. 

This is its official website but you can also find information in the section on protected areas of the Ministry of Environment and Territories. 


Whatever your choice, you can count on us to get you there, in an easy, comfortable and worry-free way of parking and other headaches.