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At a time when we are becoming increasingly aware of the need to be more environmentally friendly, we have made a conscious decision this year to renounce one of our beautiful traditions: sending Christmas postcards to clients all over the world. In return, we used the money for something that we believe made a bigger impact.
Engel & Völkers Mallorca Central & South has entered a partnership with Aldeas Infantiles SOS in Palma's Son Gotleu district since 2018, and for the first time, we have organized something very special alongside with the team of Mallorca Southwest and Duke Catering.
We wanted to give the children, who have so little, some Christmas spirit and a joyful Christmas season. Therefore, we organized a Christmas party for the children of the centre last 17th of December, where they got the Christmas presents they asked for in their Christmas wish list, have some cookies and drink hot- chocolate provided by the Chef Ronny Portulidis from Duke Catering in Santa Catalina. A celebration with plenty of decoration, surprises, tables with all kinds of sweets and the most important thing: giving the kids a special Christmas time that they will always remember.
The planning started months in advance in order to prepare everything in time. At the beginning of December, we went to collect everyone’s wish list and made sure every kid would get a present they were really looking forward to.
After collecting all of the wish lists, the hardest part was yet to be done. Buy every single personal gift for everyone to receive exactly what they wished for – a total of 34 gifts were bought: from plasticine to sneakers with wheels, playmobile, different types of dolls and much more, which then had to be wrapped up and put in a Christmas bag.
Thankfully, we counted with the help of the great Christmas Elves helpers: the Mallorca Southwest team, who got every single gift and then beautifully wrapped them up.
On the morning of the 17th, the fun part came: to decorate the dining room and make everything look more Christmassy for the kids, prepare the hot chocolate alongside with the team, and get everything ready for 16:00 o’clock, that was when the kids came into the celebrations room to spend a wonderful time.
As the start time began to come closer, you could already hear the excitement from the other side of the building, and once they got to the dining room all you could see were big bright smiles and their jaw-dropping once they saw all of the Christmas presents. We then spent the afternoon having hot chocolate, sweets, laughing and taking instant-pictures so the kids could take something home which they will always remember.
There’s no doubt that the children enjoyed every second of it, and we truly believe that they will remember it as a very special day. That’s one of the reasons why we want to do this every year as we believe that we can make a small difference to our community. Without the help of the team of Mallorca Southwest and Duke Catering, this would have not been possible and we appreciate their commitment to this special project.
Please remember that you can also help the kids at the centre, whether it is with used children's clothes, games or toys: every little thing helps. Feel free to drop it off at our Inca, Santa Maria or Llucmajor offices and we will happily take it to the centre.
Monday to Friday (Weekends on request)
09:30 - 13.30
14:00 - 18:00
When a Mallorquin speaks of "the heart of Mallorca" he is not referring only to a specific geographical area, nor to all cultural expressions that define a very own way to understand identity.
This area of Central Mallorca, unknown to many tourists who visit the island during the summer, has managed to combine tradition and modernity and maintain its character and customs to become an ideal place to stay and live forever.
The villages of the centre of the island such as Santa María, Alaró, Algaida and Selva, to name a few, continue to preserve their personality despite the passage of time, an identity linked to the fields and the proximity of the mountains. In addition to that, they have taken on the beneficial influence of the coastal air and the currents of modernity and progress that arrive from the city in the form of a determined commitment to leisure and relaxation.
With a view of the beautiful landscapes of the Sierra de Tramontana, a unique scenery filled with almond blossom, ancient olive groves and rich vineyards, peaceful life goes by on the streets and squares that remain faithful to the traditional architecture.
The character of the people and the unique combination of the orography with the mild climate that prevails throughout the year, have achieved the perfect balance between tradition and modernity, the greatest treasure of those who live in Central Mallorca.
The Mallorquin of inland, lover of good food and excellent wine, enjoys buying local products at the weekly markets held in different villages, and has preserved the ancient gastronomy recipes of dishes giving exceptional flavour to daily life.
Every town or village in the interior celebrates each year its bustling traditional festivities. It is the true soul of Central Mallorca showing in the lively gatherings of neighbours and friends sitting on the sidewalk, enjoying the breeze on summer nights. It is like time has stopped and nothing has changed.
Do you want to buy a lovely country house in the centre of Mallorca? Or do you want to find a nice plot of land where you can build the house of your dreams? Or do you prefer buying a beautiful villa or townhouse inside one of the lovely villages of the centre of Majorca? Do not hesitate to contact us, we are very pleased to help you with your request!
Starting in Algaida or Sineu, passing through Alaró, Santa María and Binissalem until Marratxí, Llubí or Selva: the centre of the island is ruled by the “other” Mallorca, with its typical regions a world away from the crowded tourist centres.
Here you can find charming country houses, private fincas, majestic manor houses, modern villas, apartments or unique estates. Vineyards, windmills, weekly markets, romantic villages, homemade delicacies, traditional trade, as well as views over the surrounding Tramontana mountains, sometimes reaching the sea.
The centre of the island is the right place to be if one wants to learn about the authentic, “true” Mallorca. And if you want to enjoy the flair of a capital city, most villages are only 10-20 minutes away from Palma and Inca.