Venture north of the bustling southern resort of Cala d’Or, and you'll find yourself in a world where tranquility reigns. The North East of Mallorca, a stretch that starts from Portocolom and encompasses the inland towns of Manacor and Artá, all the way up to the northeastern coastal town of Colonia de Sant Pere, is one of the island’s best-kept secrets. While the south indulges in vibrant parties and the north and west maintain their stylish allure, the east humbly carries on with its daily routine of fishing, cultivating the juiciest sun-ripened produce, and basking in its natural beauty.

This region, known as the Serra de Llevant, is a serene, verdant area where secluded beaches and undulating mountains merge with authentic Mallorcan towns and family-friendly holiday resorts.