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  1. Amy

    We are planning a family trip to Mallorca in August this year. We have a week in a villa in central Mallorca (near Inca) but are struggling to decide what to do with our first week. We will have a 1 year old with us but would like to do some beach days and some exploring and enjoy a little nightlife as the more central area seems likely to be quieter. How would you recommend spending our first week? Also, is car hire definitely necessary or are buses/trains/taxis readily available?

    • The Blonde Abroad

      Hi Amy! Oh goodness, that’s tough as I can only report back about the itinerary I experienced and I didn’t have a little one with me. I definitely found having a car necessary to get around in a timely manner, but do be aware that many of the cars available are stick shift. AND when we went, there were barely any cars available (we got one of the last ones), so definitely book in advance.

      You may want to ask in the TBA Travel Tribe on FB and see if they have any recommendations there!

  2. Connor

    Hey! My girlfriends and I all work remotely and are thinking about getting a place in Mallorca for the month of September and working from there! We are all between 23-26. I would love your recommendation for where our home base should be for the month? We plan on doing excursions every weekend as well, but definitely need a recommendation for a good home base. While we like to go out, beaches and fun places to explore during the day is more of a priority for us. Can’t wait to hear your thoughts 😊.

    • The Blonde Abroad

      Hi Connor! That sounds so wonderful. While Deià is gorgeous, if beaches/close places are your priority, you may want to base yourself around Ses Salines and the surrounding areas. As a note, all of the best beaches are in the southeast. 🙂