Vespa, a classic without borders

he first Vespa was presented in Italy in 1946 after the end of the Second World War. The name Vespa (which means wasp in Italian) originated from the comparison made by the brand’s owner Enrico Piaggio, between the insect and the rear part of the scooter body as well as the wing mirror brackets and handlebars that resembled a wasp’s antennae.

Mónica Armani

“You should always have a mirror in your home” Geometric perfection and a “less is more” philosophy characterise Italian architect […]

Saint Sebastian stripped bare

The Legenda Aurea (Golden Legend) is a collection of hagiographies written by Blessed Jacobus de Varagine in the 13th century. […]

The Symphonic Vertex

There are three defining moments in the history of the music of the Balearic Islands of the last half-century that […]

Josep Planas

Planas, portrait of the tourism boom

The photographic legacy of Josep Planas Montanyà is a faithful testimony to Mallorca’s fast-growing international tourism during the 1950s and […]

Exclusive oases of relaxation

Grupo Zhero offers two select establishments for chilling out on the island next to the beach at Cala Major and in Magaluf.

Flanigan restaurant and catering

With a 30-year history, Flanigan is one of the most iconic restaurants in Puerto Portals. Flanigan restaurant offers traditional Spanish cuisine reminiscent […]

Ola de Mar

With a long track record in the hospitality sector, restaurant Ola de Mar was opened by Guillermo Cabot and his […]