We've teamed up with Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç and Classic Collection Holidays this April to offer you the chance to win a week's stay for two on the beautiful island of Mallorca, plus a £500 hush wardrobe.
The lucky couple will spend seven nights at the stunning Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç, nestled between the mountains and the sea of the island's north west coast, enjoying breakfast on the terrace looking out over lush gardens, relaxing by the outdoor swimming pool beneath a striking stand of palm trees, and exploring the nearby beaches, restaurants and vineyards.
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With its idyllic white-sand beaches, soaring mountains and - more recently - seriously chic side, Mallorca is the ultimate Instagram-worthy destination. Head to the island's untouched northern coast for a chilled-out escape of near-empty beaches (the best on the island), old towns steeped in charm and an infectious, laid-back attuitude to life.
W H E R E T O S T A Y . . .
Hotel Cala San Vicenç sits in the heart of a sleepy resort in north-east Mallorca with three beaches, where early rising holidaymakers can see local fishermen repairing their nets. The hotel has a lovely outdoor swimming pool, beneath a striking stand of palm trees, and a terrace overlooking lush gardens and the rugged mountain scenery that is typical of this part of Mallorca.
B E A C H E S . . .
The north-west is where you'll find the best beaches on the island - from miles of sun-bleached sands to tiny pebbled coves. Think sapphire seas, a back drop of pine-filled forests and coves that can only be reached by foot, but are worth it to experience the tranquility. Stroll down the winding road from Deià to the prettiest pebbled bay - this is where you'll find the fish restaurant Ca's Patro March, renowned from its appearance in the BBC's The Night Manager.
H I D D E N H A U N T S . . .
The soaring mountains (with the requisite breathtaking views) of northern Mallorca are dotted with hamlets and small fishing villages. But don't be deceived. Deià, a small village in the Serra de Tramuntana, hidden amongst olive and lemon groves, is a beautiful haven of bars, cafes, chic hotels and a Michelin-starred restaurant. Further along the mountain roads, you'll find Valldemossa, with its winding cobbled streets and flower-covered cottages. Head to Sóller (you can even travel there on a vintage tram) for blissful sunny afternoons spent watching the world go by in the postcard-pretty cobbled old town square lined with cafes and terracotta rooftops.
E X P L O R E . . .
For the more adventurous, there are numerous hiking pathways, cycling routes and pathways winding through the Tramuntana mountains. If you're after a more relaxed option, potter around Pollença or sleepy Artà (the little capital of the region), where the pace is set to relaxed and the charm levels are high.
V I N E Y A R D S . . .
Pollença has three main vineyards; Can Vidalet, Mortitx, and Xaloc on the outskirts of Pollença. Xaloc was founded by Christina Schallock, a German woman who fell so deeply in love with the island she decided to quit her day job and set up what has since become an award-winning vineyard.
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