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Inspire Me: Looking for something unique or unforgettable?

Over the years at Deliciously Sorted we have had some highly unusual requests from our clients - from the completely outrageous to the everyday and mundane. We like to think that this invaluable experience helps us to provide an inexhaustible range of services, insider knowledge and invaluable contacts.

So if you are looking for something unique or unforgettable and need some inspiration please select one of the categories on the left to view some alternative ideas for your holiday.

Alternatively contact us using our online enquiry form or pick up the phone and speak to one of our multilingual team direct on +34 971 702 749 and let us know how we can help you create your ultimate Balearic island experience.

And remember no request is too ordinary or too extraordinary!

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Travel: 5 Reasons to Travel to Mallorca This Summer

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Travel: 5 Reasons to Travel to Mallorca This Summer

Fine Food in Fine Settings

Few know as much about the island as luxury concierge company Deliciously Sorted Mallorca (www.deliciouslysortedmallorca.com).

Co-founder Tor Cooper-Evans shares some of her foodie secrets. 'Mandala, in the tiny protected village of Orient, is perfect for lunch in the sunshine,' she says. 'French owner Philippe and his wife have traveled in India and the food reflects this. If you didn't know it was there, you might never find it.'

'For seafood, Sa Foradada in Deià is one of the best. On a rocky outcrop in the sea, it's only accessible by boat or a very long walk down a mountain. There are these fantastic old Mallorcan chefs cooking the freshest seafood on open fires. Go for late lunch and sail back watching the sunset.'

'My favourite market is at Santa Catalina, in Palma. It's full of locals and you can buy your fresh fish from one stall and have it cooked at the next. Fish is bought each morning from the port, 100m away - you can't get fresher than that.'