7 Fashion & Lifestyle Bloggers From Mallorca You Should Know

Palma de Mallorca | © Kim/Flickr
Palma de Mallorca | © Kim/Flickr
Photo of Leon Beckenham
29 May 2017

Mallorca may be small but there are still plenty of people blogging about their lives and experiences on the island. Whether you’re looking for inspiration, humour, holiday tips, or great photographs, we’ve come up with a guide to some of the best Mallorca-based bloggers for you to follow.

Luxury Taste Maker

If a lifestyle blogger’s aim is to make you aspire to a certain kind of life, then Joanna Cybulski has nailed that mission. Luxury Taste Maker shows Mallorca at its very best. The blog is the ultimate place for tips on where to eat, stay, and shop across the island. The collection of pictures on Instagram is particularly eye-catching. The sleek blog oozes luxury and to top it off you can book sailing, food, or vineyard experiences through the website. Luxury provisions for your villa stay or curated foodie boxes of Mallorcan goods are also available through the site. Keep an eye on the Instagram page for details of supper club events in collaboration with Joanna’s husband, Private Chef Mallorca.

Azahara Juaneda

As a costumier for the Teatro Principal in Palma, Azahara Juaneda is a creative fashionista. Popular with the 35-year-old plus crowd, this blogger likes to have fun with her style while keeping it low-key. Her motto is “fashion is the clothes you buy, style is how you put it together.” Azahara takes photos in and around Palma with her young son, and her blog and Instagram notes her musings on fashion, food, and motherhood.

Sweet Salty Kitchen

With a hunger-inducing Instagram feed and excellent blog detailing her recipes and creative process, chef and food blogger Maria Cañizares certainly knows what she’s doing. With a firm belief in eating fresh, organic and preferably local produce, Sweet Salty Kitchen produces colourful and delicious vegan and vegetarian food (as well as some interesting, experimental pastry recipes). The results are stunning. The photos on Instagram will make you drool but the text may test your language skills, as it’s all in Spanish. Thankfully the website has all the recipes in English too.


Rataiz blogs about interesting places to buy unique pieces, with the view that “fashion is a way of life.” A little edgier and somewhat different to most of Mallorca’s fashion bloggers—think beardy hipster with eccentric taste and crazy hair—Rataiz boasts an impressive Instagram following and collaborations with local brands Jord Watches and RockBeach.

Mallorca Momente

German sisters Natalie and Marlene Burba don’t actually live in Mallorca but they have found themselves spending more time on the island after their parents moved here ten years ago and opened a restaurant. As their excellent blog Mallorca Momente demonstrates, they’ve devoted their time to getting to know the island on an intimate level. They provide tips and recommendations on everything from food, fashion, hotels, and beaches—with posts in both English and German. If their Instagram feed doesn’t make you lust after life on a sunny island, then we don’t know what will.

Andrés Llompart (Mr Fashion Victim)

Mr. Fashion Victim Andrés Llompart is a colourful menswear and lifestyle blogger based in Palma. His Instagram page and I am a fashion victim blog detail his every move, and he is frequently photographed at events throughout the island with his trademark wide grin and flamboyant blazer. As ambassador for luxury leather goods brand Caladan, Andrés is a passionate advocate of the man bag and is usually to be found (and photographed) with a stunning leather bag by his side.

Mumma Mallorca

Mumma Mallorca, created by Mia Gray, is an invaluable resource for anyone living on or visiting Mallorca with kids. The blog follows the adventures of Mia and her daughter Frieda, while simultaneously providing tips on where to eat, play, and visit with kids (and where not to). A colourful and often hilarious Instagram feed, and a website that is a mine of useful information, make Mumma Mallorca the go-to destination for parents. It’s also the only site with a straightforward calendar detailing upcoming kid-related events on the island.

Es Trenc #beachday My Spanish friend told me that today I kept telling everyone how hot (as in sexy) I am, not how hot it is- MAJOR AWKWARD…should probably learn the language…anyway, I don't really get the whole Es Trenc thing, the water has always been super choppy and full of seaweed, and it's always really busy and it's a frickin mission from Palma when there's just as good beaches closer for us. BUT, what I do know now is if you have kids- don't bother with the Salinas entrance- the car park is €7 cash only and you might as well be dragging the buggy across the Sahara before you get to the beachfront (though you will look super brown and skinny by the time you arrive, bonus?). Ses Covetes is the one to go for- there's a free car park (if you get there before 11-fills up quick!) or pay and display- PLUS you can drive right up to the waterfront and dump everything and everyone before trying to park. There's a great well stocked supermarket and a few lovely, normal priced restaurants….we spent a good two hours during nap time supping refreshing €2 beers in the Ibiza-esque @baresperanza_sescovetes today 🌵👌🏽🍺 Definitely bring a parasol if you do not want to rent a bed, there's NO shade 😱 Oh and by the way, if your kid doesn't have a hat, shorts will do fine 😜 #parentscore #mummamallorca #balearicislands #balearicbaby #estrenc #baresperanza #sescovettes #beach #paradise #hats #balearicbaby

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