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June in Mallorca, events

TUESDAY 4TH JUNE is a special day for Cocos Deli in Portals. Not only will they turn 3, but they are dedicating this day to mental health awareness, something which has deeply touched their hearts recently after the sudden loss of a man very dear to Coco the owner. The cafe will be supporting and 100% of all profits made on the day will be donated to them. They want to bring together the whole Island community to spread more light and awareness on this topic. There is simply not enough help and awareness around, with suicide being the highest killer of white males under 35 in Europe. This has to change. Coco and the staff want everyone to know that “We ALL have our own battles and it’s okay to talk and feel vulnerable. We are all humans, all connected, and no matter who we are, or what we do, we all deserve that love and support.” So please go along and support them today.

Wine industryWine Industry will be at two different events in June. On Tuesday 4th Pechakucha, a creative evening with 9 different presenters showcasing their work. They will be serving wine, beer, soft drinks and some platters prior to the presentations and during the dustring 2 On the 27th June, they are collaborating with The Galley Club for a 5-course wine pairing dinner.

meditationOn the 6th June at 7.30pm there will be Meditation with Sacred Sound: Tibetan & Quartz Bowls. With Marie (medium and healer) at the  Pont d Inca. +Info/Booking: 675 359 989. 12€


Also on June 6th


elvisThis is a one-off event being run by ESRA (English speaking residents association ) South East on Majorca in conjunction with the Ajuntament de Santanyi. Steven Pitman is an American tribute artist who has won several European titles. He loves the island and is a regular visitor. Among his very busy concert schedule, has kindly donated his time for free because he knows Guy Watson and Andy O’Connor ESRA members and promoters of the concert. All proceeds from the event will go to needy local families.

ESRA south-east has a strong record of the English speaking community supporting local charities every year (4500€ last year) and this event should help even more.

There will be bars and food and a grand raffle.

The first prize being an Amethyst Geode Crystal a meter high – it is currently on display in the ance to the Ajuntament offices in Santanyi. Tickets are only 5€ and children under 12 free. Tickets are available on the door, from the Ajuntament in Santanyi, or ESRA southeast.


FlaMallorca daytime Flamenco Experience at the Arena in Alcudia on Tuesday and Sunday at 11am, 12 and 1pm and FlaMallorca evening Flamenco Experience in Alcudia on Thursday and Sunday at 9pm


dogs8th June Dog parade in Son Reus, looking for forever homes for their dogs and cats

From 9:30am – 12:30pm.

3th of June the summer season opening kicks-off with the Nikki Beach White Party 2019,  live music acts, guest DJs and secret surprises. Dress code: Strictly white. Doors open at 6PM and will close at 09:30PM. Flip-flops or beachwear are not allowed. Smart white dress code – applies strictly

14 June in Muro Correfoc

15 June SUP race in Port Adriano

Mar Balear SUP Center, is already getting ready for the SUP Race of 2019. This race will bring the best of European paddle boarders to the shores and marinas of Mallorca. You can still register to race with all the details on my website. For registrations, send your full name and category (Senior, Sub18, Sub16, Sub14, Sub12 or Sub10) to Registration payments will be made on the day of collection of starting numbers (Friday, June 14th).

WTA Mallorca Tennis Open, Santa Ponsa

International WTA Tournament in Santa Ponça

17th to 23rd June

With five natural grass courts, the competition is set to be high and will bring some of the biggest names in international tennis to Mallorca ahead of the world-famous Wimbledon. Toni Nadal, Rafa Nadal’s uncle and trainer, is the Tournament Director for the event and his famous nephew usually makes an appearance.

23 Jun 2019, evening Brutatlo Andrat a crazy obstacle course in fancy dress

23 Jun 2019 The largest Nit de Foc of the year and in Palma. It is celebrated on the eve of Sant Joan fiesta, and includes street parties, bonfires, fireworks, pop concerts, devils & demons and the infamous ‘correfoc’ – the fire run, where the ‘devils’ run through the streets with firecrackers and fireworks – not for the fainthearted!  The main action is in Palma’s Parc de Mar by the cathedral. From around 22:00 there will be a correfoc (fire run) and then a concert at 23:30. Bring your dancing shoes and be ready to party!

24 Jun 2019

Fiesta of Sant Joan, Mallorca Time to purify yourself after the excesses of the night before. Wearing white, burning candles on the beach and walking into the sea backwards at midnight are all part of the fiesta. As is wine.


Sant Pere Festes, Andratx

10 June to 8 July Traditional fiesta in Andratx celebrating Saint Peter with parties, live music and activities for all ages. The entertainments include concerts, dancing, sporting events, children’s activities, parades and markets.

What’s on in November 2017

So, let’s start with some free curry! Tomorrow evening at Bindi’s in Santa Catalina in Palma from 7pm they will be serving complimentary Indian street food, playing good music and welcoming everyone. It sounds like a great chance to get to meet some new people.

On Thursday 9th from 5 to 7pm you can hang out and enjoy music and drinks at the Estudio 3 Christmas preview in Portals Nous village.  

On Friday the 10th there will be a soul, funk, rock and blues night featuring the saxophonist Norbert Fimpel at Finca Can Corem in Campos. The night starts at 9pm and entrance is 12 euros. Finca Can Corem is also the venue for a flea market on this coming Sunday, November 12th from 10am. And the following Friday, November 17th there will be a disco night.

Pray for clear skies this Saturday morning as it is the EL FENÓMENO at 8am in Palma Cathedral. The sun shines through the 12m eastern window and lights up the back western wall above the western round window, to form a perfect 8. It only happens twice a year.

This weekend coming there will be a big Wedding Fair at Finca Son Termes in Bunyola. It runs daily from about midday to 9pm. There will be exhibitors for everything bridal on Mallorca so if you’re thinking of getting hitched or you work in the industry it is a must see. There will be a fashion show on the Saturday evening featuring many of the dress shops in Mallorca.

Next week is TaPalma which is a fun food event in Mallorca.  You can try out tapas and cocktails on various routes around the city from November 15 to 19 . on Monday, November 13, two days before the start of the tapas and cocktails route, the 2017 TaPalma Contest will take place at the Escola d’Hoteleria de les Illes Balears. A professional fair aimed at professionals in the sector and the general public will be held in the same venue. You can get more info on my website.

If you want to support a local artist then please go along and see “Tramuntana Lines” by Lesley Woodward which is at the Aina Pastor Art gallery on Costa de Santa Creu in Palma.  The exhibition is on until November 18th.

Thursday 16th Mallorca has its biggest fair of the year. Dijous Bo in Inca. It is enormous and features a great range of different agricultural supplies, animals, crafts, foods, and much more. You can get the train to Inca for the day which might be better than trying to park.

Every Saturday there is a car boot fair at the Jolly Roger in Alcudia

The first of the Christmas Fairs will be at the Anglican Church in Palma on November 18th from 10.30am to 1.30pm. There will be plenty of gift options to purchase, like handmade items, candles, and jewellery. This may also be your first mince pie of the season. There will also be games and a raffle to take part in. Christmas songs will be performed by the British International College choir and Father Christmas will be there as well!

18th of November A ma Maison Restaurant in Santa Catalina will be celebrating their 6 year anniversary. Tickets are on sell at the restaurant. Price is 45 euros include drinks food and entertainment. Places are limited.

This is also the weekend for the Caimari Olive Fair  which runs over Saturday and Sunday. It’s in Caimari which is one of Mallorca’s prettiest villages.  There will be displays of olive oil making, local products, a wide range of market stalls, folk performances, pony rides and loads of things for children.

On Sunday the 19th there is the Honey fair in Llubi, and the following weekend on Sunday November 26th there is the Mushroom fair at Mancor de la Vall.

On Wednesday 22nd November I am organising a friend making networking event in Palma, go and join the Mallorca Matters Meet Up Facebook group for more information.

On the evening of Wednesday 22nd November at the Boathouse from 7.30pm there will be a fundraising pub quiz for the Palma Dogs group organised by Caroline Stapley.

And finally, at Thursday 23rd the Christmas lights go on in Palma. Get to the Borne about 5.30pm for the warm up fun with circus performers.