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Happy Easter!

Happy Easter! From the heart of rural Majorca, the Monnaber Nou team wishes you very happy Easter holidays and hopes you enjoy these days with your family and friends, the wonderful Easter luncheons, the good weather and of course the delicious Easter eggs, etc If you are in Majorca you will also have the chance…

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Fira del Ram Mallorca

Fira del Ram Mallorca On February 23rd the Fira del Ram opened its doors one more year to entertain children and adults until April 14th. The Fira del Ram, situated in Son Fusteret in Palma, offers from fair stands with games, raffles, etc. to the most adrenaline-pumping rides, or more calmed attractions like bumper cars,…

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Rafa Nadal wins again

Rafa Nadal wins again After many asked themselves whether Nadal would ever be at his best again, the Majorcan tennis player won again at Indian Wells, showing a version of himself that no doubt reminds of his best times. Having eliminated Berdych in semifinals, Rafa beat the Argentinean Del Potro in an extremely exciting final.…

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Bird Watching Majorca

Bird Watching Majorca Bird watching is a very frequent hobby in Majorca. In the north of the island, nearby our rural hotel Monnaber Nou, there are several bird-watching points from which a great variety of species can be observed. Majorca is one of the few places where black vultures can be seen, an endangered species…

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Torrent of Pareis

Torrent of Pareis The torrent of Pareis is one of the many treasures of the Tramuntana mountain range. It is a stream that runs through the mountains and flows into the Mediterranean Sea in the magical beach of Sa Calobra. The torrent, declared a Natural Monument in 2003, hosts endemic species such as the “Ferreret”…

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Tramuntana Majorca

Tramuntana Majorca The Tramuntana mountain range, Unesco World Heritage since 2010, is one of Majorca’s greatest treasures. It extends along the northern coast of Majorca, from Andratx, in the northwest of the island, to the Cape of Formentor, at the norh end of the island. The mountain chain covers approximately 90 km length and between…

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