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Bring it on, baby! How to enjoy Mallorca when you're (nearly) one years old

A two-hour flight to Palma is entirely bearable with a young tot in too and life just gets better for young families when you land, writes Jane Fryer, after a serene villa stay in beautiful Pollensa.

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Bring it on, baby! How to enjoy Mallorca when you're (nearly) one years old

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from Traveller

Where to eat out in Palma

Read Condé Nast Traveller's guide to the best restaurants and local eats in Palma

Where to eat out in Palma

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from the Guardian

10 of the best restaurants in Palma de Mallorca – on a budget

Savouring the best cuisine in the Balearics needn’t be costly, especially if you go for the lunchtime menú del día. Richard Eilers hunts down the best bargain restaurants in Palma de Mallorca

10 of the best restaurants in Palma de Mallorca – on a budget

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