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17 specialised travel 'Bloggers' in Calvią

 

 Calvià 22nd October 2018


17 SPECIALISED TRAVEL BLOGGERS VISIT CALVIÀ


During 3 days they have been able to discover the municipality's offer in the middle-low season

Seventeen specialised travel bloggers, coming from different countries, have visited this weekend different scenarios offered by Calvià in the middle-low season. Organised by Calvià Town Hall and the Fundación Calvià, with the collaboration of Melià, Momentum Plaza, Port Adriano, UMI restaurant in Port Adriano and Jungle Park. These national and international bloggers started last Friday a route that began in the traditional area of Calvià, where they made a historical route, and in the Santa Ponça Cross where they were able to contemplate the sunset. 

On Saturday, they witnessed the start of the V edition of Challenge Peguera Mallorca, one of the most outstanding sporting events of the end of the season that this year has brought together 1,200 participants and about 2,000 visitors in Peguera that, with all the hotels open, has had an occupancy higher than 90%. The bloggers attended the start of the event in which the mayor Alfonso Rodríguez Badal welcomed them. 

Afterwards, they attended the Travel Bloggers of the Balearic Islands Association's meeting, at the Melià Calvià Beach hotel, who celebrated their first anniversary with a day of traveling talks by travel bloggers and representatives of the tourism sector. One of the 17 members of the Calvià group, Sarah Dodd of 'Normandic Dreamer', offered a motivational conference in which she explained how she decided to change her life to fulfill her dream of traveling to all the countries of the world. At night, they enjoyed a dinner and a subsequent party at the OD Port Portals hotel.

The Galatzó public estate was another Calvià scenario they visited. On Sunday, they had a guided visit to the house of the public estate where they tried Mallorcan food products. Throughout their stay, they have been in Calvià village, Port Adriano, Illetes, Santa Ponça, Peguera, Port Portals and Magaluf.

With this visit, the purpose was to make known the wide and varied offer that Calvià has during the middle-low season, as well as the gastronomic, cultural, sports and natural proposals that people who visit the municipality can enjoy throughout of the whole year.


The 17 people who have visited the municipality come from different countries: Spain, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, Poland, United States, Holland and Puerto Rico.