Living in Mallorca


Living in Mallorca 11/07/19

Do you dream of living in Mallorca? This Spanish Balearic island is one of the most sought-after destinations in the Mediterranean. It’s an area known for its beautiful beaches, sheltered coves and mountainous terrain. A life in Mallorca is one that’s sure to guarantee happiness. NANO MUNDO Properties is a real estate agency based in Mallorca and has been helping people to secure their dream home for many years. As experts on the local area, we know a thing or two about living Mallorca.

Why Choose a Life in Mallorca

There are many reasons why people from all over the world are attracted to Mallorca: its relaxed way of life, glorious weather and friendly locals being some of them. With an average of 300 days of sunshine a year and so much to see and do on the island, there’s no wonder so many people flock here. It’s a place bursting with natural beauty, but the practical side of things is also what draws people in. After all, why would you want to live in a place where it was impossible to get around or buy everyday essentials? Living in Mallorca doesn’t give you that predicament. Instead, there’s a first-rate and reliable transport network as well as supermarkets on every street!

Whether you’re temporality relocating to Mallorca, retiring here or seeking out a new life for you and your family, here’s an overview of what life will be like.

Things to Do in Mallorca

With so much to see and do in Mallorca, it probably deserves its own blog post. However, we couldn’t talk about living in Mallorca without mentioning some of the world-famous things to do here. From taking a stroll across one of the many sandy beaches to enjoying a local musical festival, here are some of our favourite things to do in Mallorca:

  • Wander around the old town of Palma
  • Visit a winery
  • Experience one of the many art galleries or museums
  • Take part in some thrilling watersports
  • Discover what’s on offer at the local markets

Work and Education

You may be relocating to Mallorca as part of your retirement plan. However, many people who seek a life here are coming at an age where they need to find work or a school for their children.

Finding work in Mallorca may be a little different to what you’re used to. And when you do, the hours could be long. But it’ll be worth it as you’ll be able to provide for your family.

When it comes to education, there are a number of state schools, subsidised schools and private schools available. Schooling is compulsory for all children between the ages of 6 and 16. There’s plenty to consider when choosing which school to put your children in, so it’s always worth doing your research.

Choosing Where to Live

On the island of Mallorca, there are a vast number of popular regions to call home. Even though it is a relatively small island, Mallorca’s regions are very different - which is obvious to see as you leave one and enter another. You’ve got to think about the kind of lifestyle you want, you can’t just seek an area that looks pretty. Some of the most stunning areas are bursting with life during peak tourist seasons, though they can practically shut down during winter. We offer some of the most exclusive and luxurious properties in Mallorca, with some of the most popular destinations listed below.

Properties for Sale in Cala D’or
Properties for Sale in Soller
Properties for Sale in Palma
Properties for Sale in Puerto De Pollenca

If you want to find out more about living in Mallorca, check out our area guides: https://www.nanomundoproperties.com/mallorca-guide