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The Ultimate Guide to Studying Abroad in Spain

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

If you're considering studying abroad in Spain , you're in for a treat. Home to mouthwatering tapas, captivating Flamenco dancing, entertaining bullfights, and rich art, literature, and architecture, this warm... keep reading

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Valldemossa: A Peaceful Town in Mallorca (by Clara Copano)

By CIEE Palma at CIEE

Nestled in the beautiful Serra de Tramuntana (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Valldemossa is a town that combines history, culture, and natural beauty. From its famous Coca de Patata to its... keep reading

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Exploring the Magnificent Cathedral of Palma de Mallorca (by Clara Copano)

By CIEE Palma at CIEE

The Cathedral of Palma de Mallorca, or La Seu, as it's locally known, is a majestic structure on the Spanish island of Mallorca that offers an awe-inspiring journey through time... keep reading

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Mallorca Travel Guide: Everything You Need to Know

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

For students looking for a unique study abroad experience, we have just the thing at CIEE: Island life. And what better place to bask in island life than on Mallorca... keep reading

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Discovering the Paradise of Mallorca: 5 Unmissable Beaches (by Clara Copano)

By CIEE Palma at CIEE

Mallorca, one of Spain's Balearic Islands, is known for its stunning beaches. If you're planning a visit to this Mediterranean gem, make sure to include these five breathtaking beaches in... keep reading

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Balearic Islands Day: Celebrating our Rich Culture and History (by Clara Copano)

By CIEE Palma at CIEE

By: Clara Copano Now that February has come to an end… let’s learn more about one of the biggest local ‘fiestas’ that take place in March: the Day of the... keep reading

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The Ultimate Guide to Studying Abroad in Palma de Mallorca

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Basking in Spain’s island life would be a fine way to study abroad. Don’t you think? Not only can CIEE make it happen, but in Spain’s captivating Palma de Mallorca... keep reading

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Your Go-To Spain Study Abroad Packing List for Every Season

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Excited to study abroad in Spain , but less excited to pack for your international adventure? We know the feeling, which is why we’ve put together a CIEE-approved, go-to study... keep reading

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EAT, DRINK, EXPLORE: PALMA DE MALLORCA

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

EAT Palma de Mallorca is known as “the foodie epicenter of the Balaeric Islands,” and Mallorquin food is just what you’d expect from an island surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea... keep reading

Meet Antonia and Susan- The Superstars of CIEE Palma

By Sydney H.

I could list a million reasons why you should study abroad in Palma, but these ladies are two big ones. They are great at their jobs- Susan ensuring our homestay... keep reading

3 Stunning Sisters: The Balearic Islands

By Sydney H.

Okay, so technically there’s four Balearic Islands but I only made it to three, so I’ll leave Formentera up to you to explore. Here is a quick rundown of three... keep reading

Ana & Helena, My Homestay Heroes

By Sydney H.

The idea can sound quite daunting: living in a stranger’s home in a foreign country for four months? Not ideal. Well, actually it turned out to be much more than... keep reading

Hiking in Mallorca: It's SpecTREKular

By Sydney H.

I know… that pun was terrible. But I promise hiking the Tramuntana Mountains is way more captivating than my puns. After the beach days of summer are over, a new... keep reading

Travel Solo: Take it from an Introvert!

By Sydney H.

Some people were born to travel alone, backpacking from city to city and country to country. I can tell you that I am not one of those people- in fact... keep reading

La Isla de Cambiar

By Matthew W.

I ought to preface this post by saying that I knew absolutely nothing about the Balearic Islands prior to my study abroad experience. I first heard of the island of... keep reading