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JoyRon Foundation Collaborates With Local Boat Club

JoyRon Foundation established in 2015 to “Help Children in Need in the Balearics”, is in the process of establishing an on-going collaboration arrangement with Catany Boat Club. The objective of the arrangement between the two entities is to provide regular day boat trips to the numerous number of underprivileged children …

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Asociación Ondine Update

Last year was big … this year looks bigger! Now that we are over the festive feasting and even the parties of San Sebastian are merely a memory, at Asociación Ondine we are well and truly stuck into the snowballing work load we created for ourselves last year! Let me …

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Mallorca Days Out: Santa Catalina

The suburbs of Es Jonquet and Santa Catalina are to the west of Palma’s old town. They were the first two areas of housing built outside the city wall and Santa Catalina is now a thriving centre of day time and night time entertainment. The inland area was given to …

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Bike Racing 2018

2018 brings a number of changes to the World Tour peloton… Life is already feeling different, before the season has even kicked off…   A Smaller Peloton  For starters, the Peloton will literally be smaller… the UCI rule changes mean that in the World Tour stage races & the Classics …

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Mallorca Hiking: January Walk Of The Month

A Remote circuit on the Victoria Peninsular The Victoria Peninsular is a very lovely part of the island and so much less frequented by walkers than other parts. This is one of our favourite walks – it offers a very special combination of remoteness, bays with tourquoise waters, breathtaking views …

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Mercat 1930

Mercat 1930 – Bringing Mediterranean Gastronomy to the Heart of the Paseo Maritimo Back in 1910, when the then imposing Grand Hotel Mediterráneo was built, the Paseo as we know and love it today simply didn’t exist. There was no Marina full of super yachts, no late-night bars, no road …

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