The MummaMallorca blog is written by Mia Gray who moved to Mallorca last year with her daughter Frieda.

Mia says: “We moved to Mallorca from London looking for a better outdoorsy and wholesome way of life. Palma is an amazing city in which to bring up kids and Mallorca offers families so much: beaches, mountains, culture and all within a short distance. With so many enriching activities on the doorstep and a lack of online information for families in English, I decided to start my own blog featuring upcoming events and inspiration for those visiting or living on the island. I hope that it becomes a useful source of information!”

Here are her latest posts:

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    on 17th July 2017 at 19:01

    From July 15th to September 10th, you can watch 35 movies in the Parc de La Mar, opposite the Cathedral in Palma. During the month of July, the projections will begin at 10:00 p.m.; In August, at 9.30 pm; And in September, at 9:00 p.m.July 15thThe […]

    on 14th July 2017 at 22:12

    A few cinemas in Mallorca show films in English. Keep your eyes out for the following annotations that let you know if  the film is in its original language or not:VO (Versión Original)VOS (Versión Original Subtitulada) VOSE […]

    on 13th July 2017 at 18:39

    Suprisingly lots of people have contacted me about schooling options on the island, bit of a maze as Mallorca isnt really up to speed with useful internet info/websites etc. I'm no expert at all, but, this is what I discovered myself when we were […]

    on 27th June 2017 at 11:48

    Palma Aquarium, Playa de PalmaIn addition to enjoying the facilities of Palma Aquarium and helping caregivers prepare the food of the inhabitants of the aquarium, monitors also organize bilingual outdoor activities such as games on the beach, paddle […]

    on 19th June 2017 at 14:13

    With the weather ramping up a notch, I give in quite quickly to requests for ice cream! Here are a few of my favourite pitstops in Palma...RivaReno HeladeriaLocated on the lovely Plaza de La Lotja/Lonja, I can never resist going in when passing by […]